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Lecture 1 - Chem 258 Welcome to Organic Chemistry Lab Professor Taylor Spring 2010 Agenda General Info/Syllabus Science Writing Technique 1

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Chem 258 Welcome to Organic Chemistry Lab!!! Professor Taylor Spring 2010
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Agenda General Info/Syllabus Science Writing Technique 1 Chromatography Flash Column TLC – Thin Layer Chromatography Next week’s Lab Safety Items
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Important Information e A [email protected] 142 Hall-Atwater, 860-685-2739 Alternative Likely locations: 171 HA, Chem Office, Pi Cafe
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General Information Required Materials: Mohrig’s book “Techniques In Organic Chemistry” Broad Street Books Lab notebook with removable copy pages Broad Street Books Safety goggles – REQUIRED chemistry office (Hall-Atwater Room 10, Ground Floor) $10. Lecture every Friday; Lab each week Mon-Thurs You need to bring a pen or pencil and a calculator to lecture EVERY week
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Class Resources Syllabus in your hands (already posted) Lecture handouts will be available in class and on Blackboard Lecture Slides on Blackboard after class Lab handouts for the week will be available on Blackboard well in advance if you want them for lecture, just print them out and bring them with you TA information (already posted) – email addresses and student consultation hours
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Attendance Both Lecture and Lab are required Periodic Friday quizzes (more on these in a moment) Schedule Accommodations If you will have a class conflict email me ASAP (at least 24 hrs in advance) Emergencies do happen; if you experience one, contact your TA and myself immediately
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Safety Items Glasses, labcoats and gloves required at all times - contact lenses are not allowed - no open-toed shoes you will be sent home - no eating, drinking, smoking or applying cosmetics (that includes lip balm!) Backpacks and personal items WHICH INCLUDES YOUR CELL PHONE will go on the racks– not at your bench!!!
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In Case of Accidents or Injury Spill? Accident? Broken Glassware? Not feeling well? TELL SOMEONE!!!!
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Students with Disabilities Accommodations can be provided YOU need to register: http://www.wesleyan.edu/deans/ disability-students.html . If you need accommodations and you aren’t yet registered please let me know at the end of class
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Quizzes, Assignments, etc. Short Prelab Quiz (on Blackboard) Locked out 10 minutes before lab begins Lab Notebook Turn in your write-up BEFORE leaving lab Lab Reports Due one week after completion of experiment Final Lab Report For Unknowns Lab; Due May 8 at noon Friday Quizzes Short quiz, bring a calculator
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Friday Quizzes – 15 points each Covers material from the lab completed that week Reading, handouts, lecture, pre-lab and post-lab questions Drop one quiz grade Prelab Quizzes – 5 points each Notebook – 5 points per lab Contains all elements so that someone elese could repeat the experiment Lab Reports – 20 points each (except the Unknowns Lab Report – 100 pts) Science Writing Techniques - specific section/week
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2010 for the course CHEM 258 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '10 term at Wesleyan.

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Lecture 1 - Chem 258 Welcome to Organic Chemistry Lab Professor Taylor Spring 2010 Agenda General Info/Syllabus Science Writing Technique 1

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