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Chemistry 312 Inorganic Chemistry Professor J. A. Kovacs Chemistry 312 Course Organization Winter 2010 Instructor : Professor J. A. Kovacs [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesdays, 4:00–5:00 Office: CHB 304B Lecture : Bagley 154, MWF 11:30-12:20 Course Web Sites : http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ ( click on “Chemistry 312A-Kovacs” ) Class Discussion Board : https://catalysttools.washington.edu/gopost/board/kovacs/14173/ Teaching Assistants : Michael Coggins ( [email protected] ) Office Hours: Wed 9-10 am, CHB 339 Required Text : “Inorganic Chemistry," 5 th edition, Shriver & Atkins Supplemental Texts : “Inorganic Chemistry," Housecroft, C. E. .; Sharpe, A. G. . “An Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry” Purcell and Kotz “Chemistry” Bailar, et al. “Inorganic Chemistry” Huheey “Inorganic Chemistry” Miessler and Tarr Grades: Graded work in this course will consist of six problem sets, one “ch Chemistry 312 Course Organization Winter 2010 Instructor : Professor J. A. Kovacs [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesdays, 4:00–5:00 Office: CHB 304B Lecture : Bagley 154, MWF 11:30-12:20 Course Web Sites : http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ ( click on “Chemistry 312A-Kovacs” ) Class Discussion Board : https://catalysttools.washington.edu/gopost/board/kovacs/14173/ Teaching Assistants : Michael Coggins ( [email protected] ) Office Hours: Wed 9-10 am, CHB 339 Required Text : “Inorganic Chemistry," 5 th edition, Shriver & Atkins Supplemental Texts : “Inorganic Chemistry," Housecroft, C. E. .; Sharpe, A. G. . “An Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry” Purcell and Kotz “Chemistry” Bailar, et al. “Inorganic Chemistry” Huheey “Inorganic Chemistry” Miessler and Tarr Grades: Graded work in this course will consist of six problem sets, one “ch
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5 Chem-Talk Seating Chart 6 Name Group Seat # Abenilla, Sharon Mi A 1 Ahmad, Sarah A 2 Ahmed, Anwar Towfq A 3 Ajudia, Hardik J A 13 Alibhai, Faaiza Azim A 14 Andriyashchenko, Olexandr Igorevich A 15 Bach, Marcus-Minh John-Ho B 4 Bai, Allen Jaywan B 5 Briggs, Scott Kenneth B 16 Burkhardt, Sabrina Jane B 17 Carroll, Robert James B 28 Case, Kayla Lynne B 29 Castro, Elie Richie Tepace C 25 Choe, Kuk-Rim C 26 Choe, Suhrim C 27 Chu, Jamie Long Sang C 37 Chung, Gina C 38 Eidsmoe, David Christopher C 39 Fjeran, Taylor Kimiko D 40 Frase, Jenni±er Marie D 41 Frazier, Kelly Marie D 52 Gessaman, Jordan David D 53 Hammond, Marissa Suzanne D 64 Hammond, Mckenzie Mae D 65 Hassan, Caroline Mahmoud E 49 He±±ernan, John Casey E 50 Hendricksen, Karen Rose E 51 Hillenbrand, Emily Anne E 61 Ho, Trinh Thi E 62 Horne, Alyssa Kristine E 63 7
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Course Goals: Develop the Fundamentals to Understand How Antioxidants and Metalloenzymes Work Chapter 27 coordination complex in a protein electron transport Chapter 5 e Chapters 6, 7, 19, 20 Metalloenzymes contain metal ions attached to proteins via amino acid ligands Histidine (amino acid)
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