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University of California – Davis  Chemistry 10: Concepts of Chemistry  Fall 2008 “Try not to become a person of success, but rather a person of value” Einstein          “Know Yourself” Socrates Lecturer: Andreas Toupadakis, Ph.D. Lectures: MW 2:10 – 4:00 p.m. at CHEM 166. Office Hours:    Monday and Wednesday 7:30 - 8:30 pm at SLB building,  room 1021. Email:  [email protected]     Phone:  530-754-5126 Course http://my.ucdavis.edu     Web Page:   Check the web page and your email for any pertinent announcements or  information. Personal http://andtou.freehostia.com/    Web Page:   You can watch a video, or listen to an audio or read articles and feedback from  students on the topic:    “Success in college and after college: How to stay on course”. TA:    Yi Chen  < [email protected] TA office hours will be posted on the class web page. Textbook Chemistry for Changing Times , 11th edition Required: by Hill and Kolb, Prentice Hall. You will also need   an inexpensive scientific calculator having the ‘log’  function.   The study guide is optional. Useful On Course: Strategies for Creating Success in College and in Life Books: by Skip Downing. Tuesdays with Morrie  by Mitch Albom.
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                                       Toupadakis Work Term paper.  Required: Work Gardening   at the EC Garden – see link that follows in  Suggested: Helpful Hints for Your Success, at the end of the section,  “After Class”. Exams:  One midterm examination will be given during the regular lecture hours.   Midterm Exam  on  Monday, November 3 rd   will cover the chapters: 1-3  and 5-9. Final Exam  will be comprehensive covering all chapters with an  emphasis on the chapters covered after the midterm exam.  It will be given on  Tuesday, December 09 - 1:00 pm. No early, late, or make-up exams will be given.   The grades for students for missing the midterm exam, with a legitimate   reason, will be determined based on the students’ performance on the  final exam.  Written documentation  of the reason for absence from the exam is  required.  Students who miss the final will be given an incomplete only   if they have  a legitimate   reason for their absence and a passing grade  prior to the  final. You are responsible for all of the above material, including any parts that  may not be formally presented in lecture, unless explicitly directed  otherwise in lecture.
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