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General Chemistry I General Chemistry I CHM120 CHM120 Alexander Shekhtman Alexander Shekhtman January 28, 2008 Lecture January 28, 2008 Lecture
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Time and Place of Lectures Time and Place of Lectures MW 2:45 to 4:05 PM in LC-1 (call# 1722)
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CourseCompass CourseCompass CourseCompass is a new Internet based course management system we are using. The Course ID is shekhtman96796 You will receive an access code with the new book you purchase at the University bookstore. Access codes can be purchased at the bookstore. On Course Compass - Announcements will be posted PowerPoint lectures will be available. Lecture and Chapter Assessment Quizzes will be taken. Many other resources are available.
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Center for Electronic Learning Center for Electronic Learning (CELL) (CELL) All students in CHM120 will have an account in the CELL, room CHM 215 Your username is: CHEM Your password is: SNYDER
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Labs (CHM124) Labs (CHM124) Labs will start on the week of Jan 28th
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Syllabus Syllabus Text Lectures Homework Assessment Quizzes Examinations and Grading Attendance Honesty
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Professor Alexander Shekhtman Professor Alexander Shekhtman Interests Education Career Path Teaching Research Other
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Poetry Poetry William Blake 1757-1827 William Blake 1757-1827 To see the world in a grain of sand To see the world in a grain of sand And a Heaven in a wildflower And a Heaven in a wildflower Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour And Eternity in an hour
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Demonstration Demonstration What is Science?
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The Scientific Method The Scientific Method Begins with observations and experiments. People look for patterns and trends. A hypothesis is made of –
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