2CSpr09Syll - Chemistry 2C, Spring 2009 M,W,F 2:10 3:00...

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1 Chemistry 2C, Spring 2009 M,W,F 2:10 – 3:00 Chem 194 Instructor: Professor S. Lievens Email: sclievens@ucdavis.edu Office Hours: M 3:30-4:30 or Wed 11-12., Chemistry 308 (or by appointment) Phone: 530-752-6265 Web Page: access through http://smartsite.my.ucdavis.edu/ (Check the web page and your email for any pertinent announcements or information.) Head TA: Erik Woodbury Office Hours: TBA, Sciences Lab Building 1064 (or by appointment) Email: edwoobury@ucdavis.edu All Other TA Office Hours: Posted on Class Web Page, Sciences Lab Building 1064 TA mailboxes: In the hall outside Chemistry 149. Required Materials. General Chemistry - Principles and Modern Applications, 9 th Ed. , Petrucci, Harwood, Herring, Madura Chemistry 2C Laboratory Manual , Department of Chemistry, UCD, (UCD bookstore) Approved safety goggles (use the same pair from 2A, 2B, or buy a new pair) Laboratory Notebook with carbon pages Student Access Kit (UCD Bookstore) Scientific Calculator (programmable calculators not allowed during examinations) MasteringChemistry , bundled with the textbook, an online approach to working chemistry problems that accompanies the text. Our course ID is MCLIEVENS62229 and the Course title is Chemistry 2C. Optional Materials. Student Solutions Manual for the text by Gelmini, Hilts, and Wismer. Student Study Guide. Prerequisite. Chemistry 2B or 2BH Fees. Chemistry 2C has a Course Material Fee of $40. Student Accounting will bill you for this sometime after the drop-date. Students who are “Pell Grant” eligible and receiving financial aid are automatically exempt from this fee. Repeating students who are not retaking the lab are also exempt. Course Content. The lectures will cover Chapters 14, 20-27 of the text by Petrucci, Harwood, and Herring (9 th edition). Chemistry 2C is a continuation of 2B covering topics of kinetics, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, structure and bonding in transition metal compounds, and application of principles to chemical reactions. Laboratory experiments involve selected analytical methods and syntheses. You are responsible for all of this material, including any parts that may not be formally presented in lecture, unless explicitly directed otherwise in lecture. Readings and problems from the text will be assigned. While the problems will not be colleted or graded, it is
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