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CHEMISTRY 20L COURSE INFORMATION (LECTURE 2) Winter 2008 ( LAST DAY TO DROP IMPACTED COURSE - January 18) Lecture: Thursday at NOON in CS50 Dr. Johnny W. Pang ([email protected]) Office Hours: Wednesday 1-2pm and Thursday 1-2pm in 2070A Young Hall Laboratory Room(s): 1370 & 1379 Young Hall Enforced Requisites: Courses 20A or 20AH (C- or better) and 20B or 20BH (C- or better) Virtual Office Hours: Chemistry 20L will use the Department of Chemistry's Virtual Office Hour ( VOH ) for posting report guidelines and office hours on the Internet. The address is Course Web Site: Go to the course VOH page and you will find a link to the class Web site. Section Instructor: Teaching Assistant. Times and locations of all TA office hours will be posted on VOH by the end of the second week of the quarter. You are encouraged to attend office hours scheduled by any of the TAs. Lecture Schedule: 1/10 Introduction, Measurements and Errors 2/14 Chemical Kinetics 1/17 Theory on Beer's Law and Concentration Units 2/21 Theory on Distillation 1/24 Introduction to Acids and Bases 2/28 1/31 Phosphate in Detergent 2/6 Acid Base Equilibrium (II) 2/7 Midterm Exam (No Make Up Exam) 3/13 Final Exam (No Make Up Exam) Lab Preparation: You must be prepared for the experiment before you come to lab if you wish to complete the experiment in the time allotted. The course is impacted; there is neither make-up time in the course nor space for you to work in other sections If you miss a lab (with valid reason and written documentations will be required ), you MUST discuss the issue with the course instructor to see what other options you may have to complete the
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2008 for the course MATSCI 104 taught by Professor Lan during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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