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Unformatted text preview: 1 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (CHEM 123) SYLLABUS (WPC-140, Section 01, MWF 8:00 AM 9:20 AM) Spring, 2008 Dr. Liang Xue OFFICE: CR#207 (Classroom building) OFFICE HOURS: MW 3:00 PM 4:00 PM, or by appointment PHONE: (209)-946-2360 EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com TEXTS/MATERIALS- Solomons & Fryhle Organic Chemistry , 9 th or 8 th edition, Wiley, New York. Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry, Solomons. - Organic Chemistry as a Second Language by Klein (UOP bookstore) for students who need extra help with drawing Lewis structures, acid-base reactions, and electron pair pushing mechanisms UNIVERSITY HONOR CODE The University Honor Code is an essential element in academic integrity. It is a violation of the Honor Code to give or receive information from another student during examination; to use unauthorized sources during an examination; or to submit all or part of someone elses work or idea as ones own. If a student violates the Honor Code, the faculty member may refer the matter to the Office of Student Life. If found guilty, the student may be penalized with failure of the assignment or failure of the course. The student may also be reprimanded or suspended from the University. A complete statement of the Honor Code may be found in the Student Handbook, Tiger Lore . Please notify me about any special needs during the first week of the semester. Those students needing accommodations due to a disability should arrange a meeting with me during office hours and provide an accommodations request letter obtained from the office of Services for Students with Disabilities in Bannister Hall, Room 101. 2 ORGANIZATION This is a lecture-lab-workshop course in which the topics are presented by the instructor, the related applications (wet chemistry) are practiced by the students during the laboratory periods, and the additional problems relevant to lecture topics discussed in the previous week are self-studied by the students under the...
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