SYLLABUS%20CHEM%202A%20_A_%20%20W2010

SYLLABUS%20CHEM%202A%20_A_%20%20W2010 - CHEM 2A Winter 2010...

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1-8 University of California – Davis Chemistry 2A – Section A Winter 2010 “Try not to become a person of success, but rather a person of value” Einstein “Know Yourself” Socrates Lecturer: Dr. A. Toupadakis Lectures: MWF 8:00 – 8:50 a.m. at SCILEC 123 . Office Hours: Monday 9:30 – 10:30 pm and Wednesday 10:00 – 11:00 pm at SLB building, room 1021 or by appointment. Email: atoupadakis@ucdavis.edu Phone: (530) 754-5126 Course https://smartsite.ucdavis.edu Web Page: Check the web page and your email everyday for any pertinent announcements or information. Personal http://thelifecurve.com/ Web Page: On a weekend try to watch a video, or listen to an audio or read articles and feedback from students on the topic: “Success in college and after college: How to stay on course” Head TA: Justin Foust <jtfoust@ucdavis.edu> All questions regarding enrollment issues and other problems should be directed to the Head TA first. TA office hours and discussion sections will be posted on the class web page. Text General Chemistry - Principles and Modern Applications Required 9th Edition, Petrucci, Harwood, Herring, Madura Lab Manual Chemistry 2A Laboratory Manual Required Department of Chemistry, UCD Lab Notebook Lab notebook is also required Required Chemistry Written by your teacher: Dr. Andreas Toupadakis Reader 2A Published by KENDALL/HUNT Highly ISBN = 978-0-7575-6064-4 Recommended Relaxation: Gardening at the EC Garden. See students at the gardens: http://thelifecurve.com/Literature/studentgardenpic.htm For information: http://asucd.ucdavis.edu/experimentalcollege/index.cfm?page=Pubs&Pub_id=102 thelifecurve.com
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CHEM 2A Winter 2010 Toupadakis 2-8 Tutoring: Take advantage of the Learning Skills Center Workshops. Call 752-2013 or for more information visit: http://www.lsc.ucdavis.edu Regrade Policy: Exams will be handed back during the laboratory period. Please review your exam and compare to the answer key before leaving the laboratory . If you would like the TAs to review your Exam for a re-grade, write your reasons on the front page and return the Exam to your TA before you leave. Once you leave the laboratory class, you may not turn in your exam for a re- grade. Course Goals & Objectives: Mastery with SI units, conversions, scientific notation, and algebraic mathematics. Ability to integrate concepts/equations and apply them to chemical problems associated with the topics covered. Understand chemical bonding as it relates to structures, hybridization, and various bonding theories. Ability to read, understand, and interpret the periodic table and related electronic, physical, and chemical trends. Basic understanding the electron and the atom as it relates to structure and quantum mechanics. Knowledge of the kinetic theory of gases and use of the various gas laws.
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