C1403.2006.POST._Week_One

C1403.2006.POST._Week_One - Chemistry C/F1403/1404 Len Fine...

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Chemistry C/F1403/1404 Len Fine • Polymer chemistry and materials science Ged Parkin • Inorganic structure and reaction mechanisms Nick Turro • Photochemistry and genomics Stacey Brydges • Inorganic and organmetallic chemistry Louis Brus • Quantum mechanics and nanoscale materials George Flynn • Physical chemistry and surface science
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Books and Syllabus Textbook - OXTOBY, Gillis, and Nachtrieb: Principles of Modern Chemistry. 5th Ed, 2002 - Student Solutions Manual Chemistry in the Laboratory - C/F1500 Courseworks http://courseworks.columbia.edu
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Lectures - Exams - Quizzes Lectures TR 10:35-11:50 (Section 002) TR 1:10-2:25 (Section 003) Exams and Quizzes • Period Examinations – 9/28 (Thurs), 10/31 (Tues), and 11/30 (Thurs) – No make-up exams. No Kidding! No Fooling! • Final Exam according to the university schedule • Recitation sections – Diagnostic exam – Quizzes (best 4 of 5) and Review
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Support Staff Preceptor – Margaret ELVEKROG Teaching Assistants – Judy CHEN – Ferenc KONTES – Daniel MacDOUGALL – Rachel TUNDEL Lecture Demonstrator – Evangelos GATZOGIANNIS
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Undergraduate Office Room 340 Havemeyer Administrative Officer – Socky LUGO<[email protected]> Undergraduate Secretary – Daisy Melendez<[email protected]> Webmaster – Michael CLAYTON<[email protected]>
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Columbia’s Mission To provide in a single education a wide-ranging perspective on human achievement in… Literature Philosophy History Music Art Science and Technology
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Columbia’s Mission Principal goals of a liberal education Rational thought Careful analysis Logical choice Imaginative experimentation Clear communication
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Columbia’s Mission Science and Engineering Chemistry: science of molecules and chemical bonds. A way of thinking about the natural/unnatural world.
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