CH 108 Intro to Chemistry Lab I
SP 2013 HOB
Weigand, Jimmie L.
BA Graceland CollegeMS University of Kansas
Science 209 A
W-T 10-12 AM and by Appointment
August 20-December 14
2:25 - 5:15 PM
High School Algebra - Corequisite: CH108
Textbook: No text book required
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Late Submission of Course Materials: All Laboratory reports will be turned in before leaving the lab. Excused absences will be made up before the next regular lab session. For an excused absence the instructor must be notified before the class by email.
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