Unit 1 - Week 1 - Welcome to General Chemistry I CHEM 151...

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Welcome to Welcome to General Chemistry I General Chemistry I CHEM 151 CHEM 151 Week 1
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UA GenChem Today’s Plan Meet your instructor; Contact information; Information about our class; Studying chemistry- How do chemists think? What are their goals? What are their tools?
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UA GenChem Dr. Grall Office: Chem 212 grallaj@email.arizona.edu Office hours Tuesday noon-2:00 PM Thursday noon-2:00 PM Contact Information If you have a disability that requires an  accommodation,  please contact me after the class .
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UA GenChem Instructor Background Originally from Wisconsin Ph.D. from The University of Michigan Go Packers!
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UA GenChem Course  Materials You will find all the materials for the course on  D2L http://d2l.arizona.edu/ Syllabus Class Notes Exam Answer Keys Important Announcements Other Links
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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 Silberberg  Chemistry.  4 th  Edition. McGraw Hill, 2006.
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UA GenChem Laboratory Sessions You will need to attend lab every week!  Multipurpose:  Connect theory with experiment;  Learn laboratory skills;  Learn scientific writing skills;  Use lab data to solve problems;  Let you see, touch and smell chemicals! Required text  – S.L. Brown,  Fundamental Techniques of Chemistry                    Hayden-McNeil, 2007 You must pass the lab to pass the  entire course!!
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UA GenChem IMPORTANT:   DON’T MISS YOUR FIRST LAB Labs start on Tuesday, January 22.  You will  check in  and get equipment;    Important  information  will be shared;  Complete a  diagnostic  exercise;  Basic  nomenclature   will be learned. You will be forming  working groups  this first day So you must be there.   Get to know the people in your Lab and form a  study group  for lecture.
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UA GenChem Evaluation Laboratory work           30% Midterm exams ( 4 )        40% Periodic assignments              13% Participation/Attendance          2% Final examination 15%
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UA GenChem Midterm Exams Exams are NOT given during lecture
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Unit 1 - Week 1 - Welcome to General Chemistry I CHEM 151...

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