CHEMISTRY 142A, AUTUMN 2009 SYLLABUS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES LECTURES: M, W, F 8:30 – 9:20 AM, KNE 130Web Address:http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/Prerequisites:Completed high school chemistry and placement into Math 120 or higher.Add or Drop:Go to Bagley 303 (Chemistry Department’s undergraduate services) Class: Dr. Thomas DearingOffice:CHL 016 E-mail: [email protected]Office hours: W 10:00-12:00, CHL 016, or by appointment. Lab:Dr. Andrea CarrollOffice:CHB 204K Telephone: 616-5319 E-mail: [email protected]Office hours: M & W 1.30 – 2.30, or by appointment Teaching Assistants: Name (email)SectionsAlex Dezieck – Lead TA ([email protected])AA, AB, Annie Vikart ([email protected])AC, AD, AI, AJ Carrie Gower ([email protected])AE AF AG, AH Thomas Porter ([email protected])AK, AL, AS, AV David Zeigler ([email protected])AM, AN, AQ, AR Glennis Rayermann ([email protected])AO, AP,AT, AU MATERIALS All materials/supplies are available from the University Bookstore. Zumdahl, Chemical Principles, Sixth Edition (full text or custom split containing Chapters 1-8) (required). Kelter, Study Guide, Chemical Principles, Sixth Edition (optional; included with the custom split). UW Chemistry 142 General Chemistry Laboratory Manual,Fall 2009, Hayden-McNeil(required). Laboratory notebook with numbered pages and carbonless duplicate pages (required). Scantron forms, scientific calculator, and WebAssign access code (all required). WebAssign access codes can be purchased bundled with the custom-split textbook or separately. Lab coat and safety goggles (required). COURSE DESCRIPTIONThe course consists of:o3 lectures a week o1 quiz section/discussion session a week o1 three-hour laboratory session most weeks of the quarter (4 total – you will be assigned to schedule A or schedule B). Attendance at ALLcourse components is essential to obtain a satisfactory grade in this course. 1
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