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318N_syllabus_SP08 - Chemistry 318N Organic Chemistry II...

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Chemistry 318N Organic Chemistry II for Chemistry and Biochemistry Majors Unique number: 54610 Spring 2008 Tu,TH 9:30 am, Welch 2.312 Professor: Dr. Jonathan L. Sessler Office: Welch 5.428 (PH: 471 5009) [email protected] Office Hours (when in town): Tuesday 1-2.30 pm; Thursday 11-12 pm Teaching Assistants: Ms. Jiajia Cai (PH: 471 6674) Lab: Welch 5.102 (wear safety glasses when entering lab to find her) [email protected] Mr. Vladimir Roznyatovskiy (PH: 471 9671) Lab: Welch 5.402 (wear safety glasses when entering lab to find him) [email protected] Office Hours (shared by TA’s) Wednesday 9.30-11.30am Sessler Group Office, WEL 5.424 Ms. Cia and Mr. Roznyatovskiy will serve as the primary contacts for questions relating to this class, academic and otherwise. Please e-mail them with questions or concerns. They will do their best to answer any queries and will consult with Dr. Sessler for administrative issues in the event that they are unable to provide an immediate response. Answers to questions involving academic matters will be made available on the UT Blackboard as detailed below so that all students can access the information. Required Text: Vollhardt-Schore “Organic Chemistry, 5 th Edition” W.H. Freeman, 2007 Recommended Materials: Study Guide for above text by Schore Framework or Ball-and-Stick Molecular Models Weekly Recitation Sessions: These will be additional lectures given by the TA's. They will be designed to present the lecture material in a different context, from the point of view of the TA's, with the aim of helping you absorb the material and understand all of the key points. The recitation
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sections will also provide a forum for working problems typical of what you will see on the exams. To the extent that we can, both recitation sections will be equal. Therefore, you need only plan on attending the one that best fits your schedule. However, even though these recitation sections are officially “optional,” it is recommended strongly that you attend; doing so will greatly increase your chance of earning a good grade. It is also recommended that you get in the habit of attending at least one office hour per week. Recitation Session Meeting Times and Rooms: (Starting January 22nd) Every Tuesday 5:00-6:30 pm Room: Wel 1.308 Every Thursday 7:00-8:30 pm Room: Wel 2.256 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 Lecture 9:30-11 am WEL 2.312 Lecture 9:30-11 am WEL 2.312 TA O.H. 9:30-11.30 am WEL 5.428 11:00-12:00 Sessler O.H. 11-12 pm WEL 5.428 12:00-1:00 1:00-2:00 Sessler O.H 1-2:30 pm WEL 5.428 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 4:00-5:00 5:00-6:00 CH118L Lab Recitation 5-6:30 pm Wel 1.308 6:00-7:00 7:00-8:00 Recitation 7-8:30 pm Wel 2.256
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Additional Sources: Additional information for the course will be posted on the UT Blackboard. We will use this, rather than the course website, http://courses.cm.utexas.edu/jsessler/ch318n/spring2008/ , as our primary means of electronic communication. BLACKBOARD IS THUS A CRITICAL RESOURCE FOR THIS CLASS AND YOU SHOULD GET IN THE HABIT OF CHECKING IT AT LEAST TWICE A WEEK. You may access this site by going to http://courses.utexas.edu/ and logging in on the top resulting screen. Among the items you will find on Blackboard are:
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