Chem Syllabus - CH 204 Introduction to Chemical Practice...

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Fall 2007 CH 204 – Introduction to Chemical Practice Introduction to Chemical Practice Faculty Instructor: Dr. Svetlana Leytner Office: WEL 5.220B Phone: (512) 471-7322 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: M 3.30 – 4.30 PM & Th 4.00 – 5.00 PM @ WEL 5.220B or by appointment Course website: http://courses.cm.utexas.edu/sleytner/ch204/ Teaching Assistants Chemistry Storeroom: Tiffany Murray (WEL 4.134) Prerequisite: CH 302 credit or current registration WEL 4.116 54860 Cassidy Terrell WEL 4.124 54870 Jaya Srivastava WEL 4.138 54875 Lauren Gehman WEL 4.140 54880 Dan Dreyer WEL 4.122 54865 Jeff Potratz Lab Room # Section # Name
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Fall 2007 About the course About the course Designed to compliment CH 301/CH 302 (Principles of Chemistry I & II) Basic chemistry knowledge is expected Prior lab experience is not required Desire to LEARN and UNDERSTAND the material is MANDATORY “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.” - Confucius
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Fall 2007 Required Course Materials and Supplies 1. Leytner, S. General Chemistry Lab Manual ; McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Fall 2007 edition 2. A bound laboratory notebook with duplicate numbered pages 3. Combination lock 4. Calculator Recommended: Atkins, P. W.; Jones, L. L. Chemical Principles: the quest for insight , 3rd ed.; W. H. Freeman and Company, 2005 OR Whitten, K. W.; Davis, R. E.; Peck, M. L. General Chemistry , 7th ed.; Brooks/Cole, 2004
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Fall 2007 Course Structure Course Structure Lectures (1 hour) Laboratory sessions (4 hours)
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