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Bath chemistry question for current students

Hi, weird question but does anyone know if you have access to simulators for practical work for chemistry at Bath? I know other unis use this website below:
https://www.learnsci.com
Original post by Anonymous
Hi, weird question but does anyone know if you have access to simulators for practical work for chemistry at Bath? I know other unis use this website below:
https://www.learnsci.com

Yup, students here use that website, at least for Biochemistry. πŸ˜„
Freshers Week, University of Bath
University of Bath
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Original post by DemarcusIV
Yup, students here use that website, at least for Biochemistry. πŸ˜„

Brilliant, thanks for letting me know!
Reply 3
Original post by Anonymous
Hi, weird question but does anyone know if you have access to simulators for practical work for chemistry at Bath? I know other unis use this website below:
https://www.learnsci.com

I study chemistry at bath and we use proper equipment so don't really rely useless online stuff. Before you do you labs in first semester of year 1 you do online interactive tutorials in you own time, then in the lab you essentially have lab skills that you get ticked off on by a demonstrator. I think there are 15 and you have to pass 12 of them or you have to redo labs over the summer to complete them all to get to second year. From my experience the skill doesn't come from being able to do the skill, literally anyone can do a rotovap or TLC its knowing when to do them especially when troubleshooting like knowing what solent to use in a liquid-liquid extraction, as some lecturers like to use gapped practical methods or use ones written out like a patent or lab report
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Original post by Cyion
I study chemistry at bath and we use proper equipment so don't really rely useless online stuff. Before you do you labs in first semester of year 1 you do online interactive tutorials in you own time, then in the lab you essentially have lab skills that you get ticked off on by a demonstrator. I think there are 15 and you have to pass 12 of them or you have to redo labs over the summer to complete them all to get to second year. From my experience the skill doesn't come from being able to do the skill, literally anyone can do a rotovap or TLC its knowing when to do them especially when troubleshooting like knowing what solent to use in a liquid-liquid extraction, as some lecturers like to use gapped practical methods or use ones written out like a patent or lab report

Thank you so much for all that information!

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