Chem101_SyllabusFall09

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Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania Chemistry 101 - Fall 2009 (J.K. Blasie) Lecture : Professor J. K. Blasie, Rm. 2003 IAST Phone: (215) 898-6208 E-mail: jkblasie@sas.upenn.edu Office Hours : Friday from 1:00-4:00 PM (or by appointment) in 2003 IAST (Vagelos Labs) Emphasis on essential concepts and approaches to problem solving . Lecture : Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 10:00-10:50 AM in Room 102, Chemistry Building. Emphasis on essential concepts . Required Text : The text Principles of Modern Chemistry (Sixth Edition) by David W. Oxtoby, H. P. Gillis and Alan Campion (2008, Thomson) is required ( ISBN-13: 9780534493660) --The lectures and the questions/problems to be answered on the Examinations are at the level of this text, which is available at the University Bookstore. Optional: (recommended) The Study and Problem Solving Guide (to accompany the text) by Wade A. Freeman gives full solution to the "odd-numbered" problems at the end of each chapter of the Oxtoby, Gillis and Campion text. This is also available at the University Bookstore. Recitation : Meets once a week for 50 minutes, time and place depending on the section to which you are assigned. Emphasis on solutions to the textbook problems . Examinations : Three (3) "hourly" examinations will be given, each during a 50-minute period in class (10:00-10:50 AM) on a day indicated in the Lecture Schedule and below. Each "hourly" exam will count 100 points toward your overall grade and consist of 2-3 short
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2009 for the course MUSIC 021 taught by Professor Gray during the Spring '09 term at UPenn.

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