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UA GenChem WELCOME to the UNIVERSI TY OF ARI ZONA FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY CHEM 151 and 103A
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UA GenChem Dr. Wayne Wesolowski Doc Weso Dr. W “Professor”
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UA GenChem Meet Someone ! Share with someone you DON’T know. 1) Your name; 2) Your major; 3) Why you are taking this class; 4) One question you might have about the class. write it down!!!
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UA GenChem Today’s Plan Meet your instructor; Contact information; I nformation about our class; Studying chemistry- How do chemists think? What are their goals? What are their tools?
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UA GenChem Cactus Garden On Mall Primary Alternate Science Library Parking Lot Stage on Mall East Old Main Assembly Points – Chemistry
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UA GenChem CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURE If you discover fire, smoke, or hear the fire alarm: Leave the building immediately . DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS, use the stairs only. As you leave close all doors , including those propped open. If the alarm is not already ringing, PULL THE FIRE ALARM. Once outside, go to the primary assembly point. If this is not possible, go to the alternate assembly point. Do NOT re-enter the building until the Tucson Fire Department or University Police (UAPD) gives the “ALL CLEAR” . Silencing of the alarm DOES NOT indicate an "ALL CLEAR." Wait for verbal instructions.
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UA GenChem Dr.Wayne Wesolowski Building: Koffler 435 WESO @email.arizona.edu Office hours Tu 11-12 Wednesday 9:30-10:30AM Contact I nformation I f you have a disability that requires an accommodation, please contact me after the class .
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UA GenChem Textbook Options There are TWO options for textbook purchase of Tro Chemistry, A Molecular Approach 1 st Edition. Pearson, 2008: Hardcopy of text w/2 years online homework at bookstore: $132 E-book w/2 years online homework: $65
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UA GenChem Course Materials You will find all the materials for the course on D2L Syllabus LINK TO HOMEWORK MASTERING CHEMISTRY Class Notes/PowerPoints(short) Exam Study Guides Exam Answer Keys Old exams/ Other Links Paperless Class
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UA GenChem MASTERING CHEMISTRY on-line homework Go to our course in D2L Go to CONTENT Download under course materials “REGISTER for MASTERING” Do it on the web, get started very soon Homeworks are open now ( I hope)
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UA GenChem Syllabus The syllabus is a CONTRACT between you and the University for this class There are many details not covered today in class. Dates, times, make-up policies, etc. Download the syllabus from D2L . READ and SAVE it!
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UA GenChem Course Goals You will learn to explain and predict the properties of substances and their chemical transformations. Unit 1: Chemical substances: Analysis and modeling Unit 2: Chemical elements: Atomic structure and bonding Unit 3: Chemical compounds: Molecular structure and intermolecular forces Unit 4: Multicomponent systems: Solutions and chemical reactions TEXTBOOK Tro: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach 1st Edition.Pearson, 2008.
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UA GenChem SEQUENCE We do NOT go CHAPTER BY CHAPTER FOLLOW THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE of Readings EMAI LS from me direct to your WEB ID And posted in D2L CONTENT
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