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CHM1046 Summer 10 Syllabus

CHM1046 Summer 10 Syllabus - Florida State University...

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Florida State University Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Summer 2010 (May 10 – August 6) CHM1046 General Chemistry II Syllabus: Sections 01 - 07 Lecture & Recitation Times (Three 50 min lectures and One 50 min recitation per week): Lecture: MWF 12:30 – 01:35 PM Recitations: T (08:00 AM, 09:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 noon, 01:00 PM & 02:00 PM) Lecture Location: 255 FLH (Fisher Lecture Hall) Recitation Location: 219 HTL Prerequisite: MAC 1105 with a grade of "C-" or higher, or placement beyond MAC 1105. CHM1045 and CHM1045L with a grade of “C-” or higher. Co-requisite: CHM1046L (General Chemistry II Laboratory) Note: Dr. S. Dillon (Office: 324B DLC; Email: [email protected] ; Phone: (850) 644- 0166 ) coordinates the CHM1046L laboratory. Any question or concern is supposed to be directed to her. You also must understand that the CHM1046 lecture is not related to CHM1046L; they run separately and you have to pass each of the courses separately. Instructor: Dr. Masud Monwar , Ph.D. Office: 324D DLC Phone: (850) 644-4588 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 01:45 PM - 02:45 PM or by appointment Recitation TA and Contact Information: Section Time TA Email Place / Office Hours/ 1 1 08:00 Sneha Dugar [email protected] HTL 520 / Monday 8 – 10 AM 2 09:00 Sneha Dugar [email protected] HTL 520 / Monday 8 – 10 AM 3 10:00 Xiaowei Ma [email protected] HTL 520 / Thursday 2 – 4 PM 4 11:00 Xiaowei Ma [email protected] HTL 520 / Thursday 2 – 4 PM 5 12:00 Jon Christian [email protected] HTL 520 / Monday 10 – 11AM 6 01:00 Jon Christian [email protected] HTL 520 / Monday 10 – 11AM 7 02:00 Jon Christian [email protected] HTL 520 / Monday 10 – 11AM 1
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1 TAs reserve the right to make changes in their office hours and locations. In case of any such change, TAs are responsible to notify the students and the instructor. Materials: (1) Textbook: Chemistry – A Molecular Approach by Nivaldo J. Tro. (first edition) (2) MasteringChemistry Homework Student Access Code (may come with the Student Access Kit of the new textbook or separately available in the bookstore or can be purchased online at www.masteringchemisry.com . Student access code is valid for one year, so if you already purchased the code for your CHM1045 course, that might still be valid and you don’t have to purchase a new one). (3) A NON-PROGRAMMABLE Scientific Calculator. [A programmable calculator can be used in the class, but cannot be used during quizzes and exams. If you bring a programmable calculator during exam, then you won’t be able to use it. No excuse at any time during the semester! ] Lecture Policies: Cell Phones: All cell phones are to be turned off at all times during the lecture period. Students whose cell phones ring during a lecture will be asked to leave. Please be considerate of both your fellow students and your instructor. Course Objectives: The following are the chapters and the concepts within that will be covered in the lectures: Chapter 11: Intermolecular forces, vaporization and vapor pressure, Sublimation and fusion, phase diagrams, crystalline solids: unit cells and basic structures, types of crystalline solids, band theory Chapter 12:
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