|Who can learn:||English veterinarian|
|Scheduled place:||1. year 2. semester|
|Evaluation:||1) Participation on each laboratory practical is compulsory and the attendance will be recorded each time. Students who are unable to take the laboratory exercise(s) are obliged to give a satisfactory oral review of the subject(s) missed during their excused absence (make-up lab). Students who missed more than five labs, have to re-take entire Chemistry II course (with a new, unfilled Lab Manual 2) from February, 2014.*
2) A thorough theoretical preparation is required to a successful laboratory work! Therefore, a precise study of the related section of the laboratory manual and the thematically relevant chapters of the lecture prior each laboratory exercise is a must. The preparedness of students can be checked at any time during the lab course and an unsatisfactory result will be considered as a missed lab-exercise.
3) Wearing an apron (lab coat) and safety goggles is compulsory in the laboratory. At the first exercise every student has to choose a permanent place at one of the lab desks. The laboratory experiments should be done individually (except group-experiments). The observations, experimental data, and answers to the questions should be documented instantly in the Manual in the course of the laboratory exercises. However, it is highly advisable to write the reaction equations in the Manual prior the given lab (at home). The right-hand pages of the Manual are left for that purpose. At the end of the exercise the students have to clean the glass vessels and other tools and set back the reagents’ flasks of to their place. Before leaving the laboratory students have to get a valid signature in the Manual from the supervisor.
4) The quality of the lab’s protocol will also be checked and will be evaluated with 0 - 5 points. In case of two or more checks the average of these points will be used in grade calculation.
5) In order to help the students’ work consultations will be organized. Dates of the consultations will be announced later, as agreed with the students. The consultation is not a simple repetition of the given subject but it can assist to its better understanding.
6) The laboratory exercises No. 4 13 are devoted to organic chemistry. In organic chemistry part of laboratory exercises the preparedness of the students (i.e. thorough study of the laboratory manual and the related subjects of lectures) will be tested in written form (midterm tests).
Two midterm tests (45 min./test) will be written in the Spring-term:
April 10, 7:15 Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Halocompounds, Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers, and Amines, Carbonyl Compounds (Organic Chemical Practice 1-3; Test 1)
May 8, 7:15 Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives, Hetero-, and Alicyclic Compounds (Organic Chemical Practice 4-6; Test 2)
May 15 , 7:15 Make-up test(s)
Students who missed the midterm test(s) due to illness (the medical certificate must be shown to Dr. T.R. Varga within 7 days after recovery) will have one chance to write make-up test(s). The make-up test(s) topics include the subjects of the missed test(s). Further possibilities for the retake will not be given.
The results of tests will be known for the students in 7 days from the writing date.
The written tests are evaluated on a 0 10 scale and these points will be added as well as the lab protocol’s points to the final exam’s points (see next page).
Completion of the Spring-term and the student’s right to sit the Final Examination is recognised by the Head’s (prof. Dr. P. Nemes) signature if all the obligations prescribed have been fulfilled:
- all laboratory exercises have been completed
- attendance at lectures