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Lec-12-Chap-07-3 - CHE 131 Lecture 12, 2/16/2007 Grades for...

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CHE 131 Lecture 12, 2/16/2007 1 Grades for Exam 1 are now posted in LUCID If you took the exam and received a zero, you must see Dr. Wolfskill, Chemistry Room 575, as you most probably did not bubble in your ID. Questions for Improving Your Score on Exam 2 • What kinds of errors did you make on the exam and what would you need to have done to avoid these? • Are you following the advice of students who have gotten an A in this course (see course web site), e.g., are you studying for this course 9-12 hours/week? • Are you mastering the material on your own or always relying on others to review and guide you? • When you’re stuck, are you seeking help from your classmates or the Chemistry Learning Center? • When you get help, are you trying to understand information, algorithms, concepts, and problem solving strategies or just seeking a “correct” answer? Quantum Numbers and Orbitals Lecture twelve (Chapter seven) Prof. Stan Wong Department of Chemistry Stony Brook University E 0 -E 0 0 /4 0 /9 0 /16 n = 1 (1) n = 3 (9) n = 4 (16) n = 2 (4)
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Lec-12-Chap-07-3 - CHE 131 Lecture 12, 2/16/2007 Grades for...

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