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310NSp0801142008 - CH 310N MWF 8am Lecture 1 M Reading...

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CH 310N – MWF 8am – Lecture 1 – M 1/14/2008 Reading Assignment : Chapter 12 Today : Overview of course Introduction to spectroscopy Ungraded Problems : Review Problems (online handout) Graded Homework : HW#01 will be posted later this week (due 1/28) http://courses.cm.utexas.edu/bbocknack/ch310n/ (address is case-sensitive) Course Web Site : In particular, be sure to take a careful look at the course syllabus (hard copies are being distributed in lecture today)
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CH210C Organic Chemistry Lab Announcement You will attend lecture before wet lab Your first 210C lab lecture will be: Thursday: 1/24/08 Monday: 1/28/08 Tuesday: 1/29/08 Wet lab starting dates will be explained in the first lecture Reminder: You must be enrolled in lab if you are enrolled in CH 310N (contact the Lower Division Office ASAP if you are not enrolled in lab, and you are not on a waitlist. The lab corequisite requirement will be waived for students who CANNOT enroll in lab through no fault of their own…) Please download a 210C syllabus from Dr. Fjetland’s website: courses.cm.utexas.edu/cfjetland/ch210c ( Click on the 210C button, then click syllabus )
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Write this down!!! Course E-Mail Account : [email protected] All course-related e-mail should be sent to this address!!! Include “BOCKNACK” in the subject line for messages that Dr. Bocknack should see. Include “GRADING” in the subject line for messages related to grading concerns. Someone will respond within 24 hours…
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Required Text : Brown, Foote & Iverson, Organic Chemistry (4 rd ed.) Optional : Study Guide and Solutions Manual (Iverson & Iverson) You will also find it very helpful to purchase a molecular models kit. (Sold at bookstores, through the student ACS chapter [2 nd floor hallway in Welch] or online at http://www.darlingmodels.com) Administrative matters (adds, drops, regrades, etc.) are handled through the Chemistry Lower Division Office (WEL 2.212). (4 th edition)
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Lecture Attendance Although it won’t be monitored attendance is expected!!! Most lectures will be given using a “chalk talk” format. The “slides” produced during lecture will be posted on the web, usually within a day or two. Click on the “Lecture Notes” link of the course web site! I will use Powerpoint for Chapters 12 and 13. These slides have been posted – you may find it helpful to print them out and bring them with you to lecture. Since you’ll have access to the slides, it is not necessary to write everything down that appears on the screen! It is most important for you to listen and pay careful attention to what I say… You will typically be responsible for all material presented in lecture, unless otherwise indicated.
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This note was uploaded on 08/20/2008 for the course CH 310n taught by Professor Iverson during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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310NSp0801142008 - CH 310N MWF 8am Lecture 1 M Reading...

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