Core Chemical Concepts and Techniques
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Very intense unit. Lots of thermodynamics and a tonne of maths which is hard and painful to work through (worth half the course). Assessments started immediately with no real guidance on what to do - Lab report due every week starting from the very first lab :( Enjoyed the last couple of weeks when it moved to chromatography the most. Exam and tests were really hard.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Very demanding unit, with weekly lab reports it requires a lot of time. The thermodynamics section is not very well prepared and unclear when being taught in the lectures. The exam was very difficult and required a lot of study throughout the semester which felt unachievable with the labs running consistently. Chromatography and UV/Vis as well as is probably the most well laid out part of the unit. Starts off very difficult. Was a good experience overall just poorly organised and pretty much threw you into the deep end with lab reports.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
One of the craziest units I have done so far. With 12 labs that runs starting from week 2 to week 13 and having the lab reports due exactly a week after it was carried out, the workload is extremely heavy. I would advise you to not do it unless you are majoring in Chemistry. I found the lecturers somewhat unenthusiastic in teaching, which made it less enjoyable to learn. The workload makes it hard to juggle with that of other units.