c107f09h_1 - University at Buffalo Fall Semester 2009...

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CHEMISTRY 107 —————————————————————————————————————————— University at Buffalo Fall Semester 2009 Announcement Sheet 1 —————————————————————————————————————————— STAFF Lecturer: Days Time Place Office Phone Dr. Jerry Keister M, W, F 10:00 - 10:50 AM NSC 201 NSC 562 645-4205 Tu, Th 9:30 - 10:50 AM NSC 201 Laboratory Director: Mrs. Priscilla Clarke NSC 266 645-4113 Associate Laboratory Director: Dr. Valerie A. Frerichs NSC 344 645-4135 MATERIALS NEEDED Required: 1. Text: McMurry and Fay, “Chemistry, 5th Ed.”. Prentice-Hall, 2007. Either the full edition (ISBN 0132361647) to be used for both CHE 107 and CHE 108 or the “custom” edition for CHE 107 only (ISBN 0536397791). 2. “Selected Solutions Manual for Chemistry , 5 th ed.” By Joseph Topich for McMurry and Fay, Prentice Hall, 2007 (included at a discount in the package with the text ISBN above). 3. Mastering Chemistry, (included at a discount in the package with the text ISBN above). 4. Lab Manual: Scaife & Beachley, “Chemistry in the Laboratory, University at Buffalo, 11th Ed.”, Thomson Custom Publishers 2009. 5. Lab Materials: CHE 101-2/107-8 Lab Kit, safety glasses with side shields, padlock for lab drawer. 6. A valid University I.D. card will be required at examinations and for some laboratories. 7. A scientific calculator with arithmetic and transcendental function (sine, cosine, log, etc .) capability is required for quizzes and examinations. Graphing calculators with the capability to store text are not permitted for examinations or quizzes . Recommended: 1. Lab apron REGISTRATION Registration Procedure: If you are not completely registered for lecture and recitation/lab, see Mrs. Clarke in NSC 266 or Dr. Valerie Frerichs in NSC 344. Important Dates: Friday, September 11: Last day to add a course and/or request S/U grading option. Friday, November 13: Last day to resign a course with a grade of R.
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ABOUT THE COURSE Lecture: Students must be registered for lecture and should attend all lectures. They should read the text in advance for a better understanding of the lecture and are responsible for learning the material presented whether they attend or not. Recitation: Students must be registered for recitation and laboratory (a four hour contiguous time period) as well as for lecture. The recitation period involves discussion of lecture material and homework assignments. Three 15-minute quizzes will be given in recitation during the semester (see schedule) which cover recent lecture material and problem assignments. Problem assignments are made weekly (see schedule). CHE107 recitations meet only on alternate weeks during the semester for quizzes and discussion of problem sets. Homework:
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2009 for the course PHY 108 taught by Professor Iashvili during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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c107f09h_1 - University at Buffalo Fall Semester 2009...

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