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SB_Chem6A_08_Lecture1 - General Chemistry 6A Welcome to...

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Welcome to Welcome to General Chemistry 6A General Chemistry 6A
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Chemistry 6A 2 And to the And to the UCSD UCSD Science Tradition Science Tradition The The Department of Department of Less than 50 years old A distinguished community of teachers, researchers, and students Nobel Prize winner, several members of NAS, and HHMI investigators on Faculty World-renowned research facilities that include Scripps Institute of Oceanography, San Diego Supercomputer Center, the Center for Theoretical Biophysics One of the highest impact departments in the U.S. More than 1200 chemistry majors!
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Chemistry 6A Chemistry 6A Faculty Chemistry 6A Faculty Stacey Brydges: Chemical education and inorganic chemistry John Czworkowski: Chemical education, Cal Teach Program Christina Johnson: Biochemistry 3
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Chemistry 6A 4 Chemistry Connections Chemistry Connections • Born in Indiana, 1893 Born in Indiana, 1893 • BS in Zoology BS in Zoology (UMontana UMontana ),1917 ),1917 • PhD in Chemistry, 1923 (UC PhD in Chemistry, 1923 (UC Berkley, G.N. Lewis) Berkley, G.N. Lewis) • Worked with N. Bohr in Worked with N. Bohr in Copenhagen, 1923-24 Copenhagen, 1923-24 • Associate at Johns Hopkins Associate at Johns Hopkins University, 1925-29 University, 1925-29 • Professor at Columbia Professor at Columbia University, 1929-45 University, 1929-45 • Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1934 1934 • Professor at University of Professor at University of Chicago, 1945-56 Chicago, 1945-56 • Visiting Prof. at University of Visiting Prof. at University of Oxford, 1956-57 Oxford, 1956-57 • Professor-at-Large, UCSD, Professor-at-Large, UCSD, 1958-1981 1958-1981
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Chemistry 6A 5 Introduce Yourself! Introduce Yourself! To your classmates: What is your intended career path? What is your previous experience in chemistry? What are your expectations for the course? To me: Please submit your autobiographical sketch
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Chemistry 6A 6 Other Important Introductions Other Important Introductions Teaching Assistants Teaching Assistants Section A00: Mr. Ryan Davis E-mail: rddavis@ucsd.edu Mr. Che-Ming (Jack) Hu E-mail: c4hu@ucsd.edu Ms. Mansi Sheth E-mail: mnseth@ucsd.edu Section E00: Mr. Jerry Lin E-mail: jjl052@ucsd.edu Ms. Romila Mukerjea E-mail: rmukerje@ucsd.edu Ms. Marie Reichert E-mail: mreicher@ucsd.edu All office hours will be held in the Chem 6A-C Help Room, 4020A/B York Hall
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Chemistry 6A 7 Other Important Introductions Other Important Introductions Academic Support Academic Support Undergraduate Student Affairs Office, 4010 York Student Affairs Manager: Irene Jacobo Academic Programs and Courses: Ruben Escobar, Richard Gopez,
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course CHEM CHEM 6A taught by Professor Czarkowski during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.

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