Syllabus_142C_2010

Syllabus_142C_2010 - Chemistry 142C/242C Chemical Aspects...

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Chemistry 142C/242C Chemical Aspects of Biological Systems Spring 2010 Meeting Time: T,R; 12:30-1:45 PM, Phelps Hall 3515 Instructor: Prof. Luc Jaeger ( jaeger@chem.ucsb.edu ) Office: PSBN 4649A Office Hrs: R, 2:00-3:00 PM or by appointment TA: Wade Grabow ( wgrabow@chem.ucsb.edu ) PSBN 4638, Phone: 5302 Office Hrs: T and R, 11-12 AM or by appointment Text: Mandatory: th edition, Worth Publishers (2008) Exams and Grading: There will be two closed-book mid-term exams worth 150 each and a final closed-book exam worth 300 points. Missing a midterm exam, while providing the appropriate notice (physician s note or serious close family emergency), will result in a proportionately greater weight placed on the final examination. Studying: The best approach by far is to read the relevant textbook material BEFORE the lecture is given. Read the chapters before class, come to class and take notes, rewrite your notes VERY SOON after class, and make sure that you don t let anything go by that you have not understood. Please, ASK QUESTIONS!!! Required background: 142C builds on the information base presented in 142A and 142B. It is
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CHEM 142c taught by Professor Reich,n during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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