O1 - Knowledge and understanding
The students will be able to discuss the fundamental concepts of general and inorganic chemistry in an accurate and functional way for the laboratory. He/she will also be able to critically read and replicate the laboratory protocol. The students will become familiar with the use of glassware and simple laboratory equipment
O2 - Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
The students will be able to balance reactions, calculate the quantities of reagents needed, qualitatively and quantitatively predict the results of the proposed experiences.
O3 - Autonomy of judgment
The students will be able to evaluate their own performances by comparing their results against the average results of their classmates.
O4 - Communication skills
The students will be able to find information and discuss any problems associated to the laboratory experiences. The students will be also able to write a report to communicating the results.
O5 - Learning skills
The students will be able to continue to independently study general and inorganic chemistry by expanding on the concepts discussed in class.