Lecture 1 - Chem 120 and 121 Dr G Mund...

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1 Chem 120 and 121 Dr. G. Mund http://www sfu ca/chemistry/course http://www.sfu.ca/chemistry/course_ websites/c120/sur_notes.html Office Hours (Galleria 3 Room 3066) Tuesday and Friday: 1:00 – 2:00 pm 1 Today’s Lecture ± General Course Overview ± Mathematical Procedures and Units of Measurement Contact Information ± office: Galleria 3 Room 3066 ± email: [email protected] ± Note: please email me only for emergencies, or to make an appointment to see me outside office hours. Do not email me regarding LON-CAPA problem sets or conceptual problems. 2
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2 ± Atoms, Molecules and Ions ± Stoichiometry General Chemistry I ± Types of Chemical Reactions ± Gases ± Thermochemistry ± Quantum Mechanics ± Periodic Trends in Atomic Properties Midterm : Monday, October 20 th (6:30 – 8:20 pm) in SUR 2600 and 3310. More details later. 3 ± Chemical Bonding Models ± Liquids and Solids ± Properties of Solutions Final Exam: Wednesday, Dec. 3 rd 8:30 – 11:30 am Required Supplies/Grading ± required textbook: S. Zumdahl, Chemical Principles ,6thEd . (5 th edition is also acceptable) ± required calculator: AurexSC6145scientificcalculator(or SC6108 – older model) ± this calculator is available at the SFU bookstore as well as Office Depot and Staples locations, for under $10 ± grading (Chem 121) ± grading (Chem 120) 4 ± problem sets: 10% ± laboratory: 20% ± midterm: 25% ± final: 45% ± problem sets: 10% ± midterm: 35% ±
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3 Syllabus (cont’d) ± the final grade will be determined as described on the previous slide and will reflect your standing in the class ± No midterm make up exam will be given in this course. If you feel you have a valid reason for missing a test, notify the instructor in writing (email: [email protected]) no later than one week after the missed exam, describing the circumstances that required you to be absent. Documentation (such as a doctor’s note specifying that
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2009 for the course CHEM CHEM 121 taught by Professor Peggy during the Spring '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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Lecture 1 - Chem 120 and 121 Dr G Mund...

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