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CHEM 1310 G Syllabus

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1 Fall Semester 2009, Course Schedule & Policies Time and Meeting Location : CHEM 1310 – Block G Lecture: MWF 2:05 – 2:55 pm College of Computing 16 Lab: G1, G2, G3, G4 M 7:05 – 9:55 pm H1, H2 W 7:05 – 9:55 pm H3, H4 R 7:05 – 9:55 pm Recitation: G1, G2, G3, G4 T 6:05 – 6:55 pm H1, H2, H3, H4 T 7:05 – 7:55 pm Exam: Three times during the semester we will have exams. Exams will be held in the Instructional Center, 103. Exam Dates (6:05 – 6:55 pm) 23 September 2009 21 October 2009 18 November 2009 Required Materials : Customized Georgia Tech Editions 1. Zumdahl, Chemical Principles , 6 th ed., 2009 2. Enhanced WebAssign Access Code ($35 if purchased separately from bundle) 3. Interwrite PRS R f Transmitter ($20 rebate available in the bundle) 4. Bottomley, Cox; CHEMISTRY 1310: General Chemistry, Laboratory Manual, 2009, Hayden‐McNeil. 5. Safety Goggles and Combination Lock for Lab (these materials will be sold by the graduate student foundation, approximately $8 – 10).
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2 LECTURE INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR Dr. Charlie Cox, Associate Director of General Chemistry College of Computing, Chem Annex, 042 [email protected] 404 – 385 – 3258 (voice) INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS OFFICE HOURS MW 3:00 – 5:30 pm TR 12:00 – 2:00 pm F 11:00 – 1:00 pm ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR I graduated from Clemson University in August of 2006 with a Ph.D. in chemistry with an emphasis on organic chemistry and chemical education. I worked closely with a research group at UCLA for the chemical education research where I developed models for student problem solving. After working for a year at the University of New Hampshire, I moved to Georgia Tech in 2007 and started my career here. My goal in this class is to help you better understand chemistry. Unfortunately, chemistry has often been viewed as a “weed‐out” course for pre‐ meds, engineers, and other science majors. I hope to change that philosophy. Chemistry is a difficult subject, but I honestly believe with hard work on my part and the students’ part that everyone in the class can excel. I am here to help you learn, and I will do the best I can to achieve this goal to its full potential. I devote a substantial amount of my time for review sessions, recitation, and other forms of help in order to make sure that I am working to my full potential and are available to help you meet the professional expectations of the course. If you have a question, please ask me or at least someone in the class. Also feel free to stop by my office and introduce yourself. TUTORING The recitation session which is required in this course should be used to its full extent. This is a time in which all students can ask question as needed concerning homework and lecture material. Tutoring for freshman level (1000 level) courses is available within most housing systems.
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  • INSTRUCTOR Dr.CharlieCox,AssociateDirectorofGeneralChemistry CollegeofComputing,ChemAnnex,042, Monday Introduction Stoichiometry, G1,G2,G3,G4 H1,H2 H3,H4, INSTRUCTOR OFFICEHOURS MW, student problem solving.AfterworkingforayearattheUniversityofNewHampshire,ImovedtoGeorgiaTech

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