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CHEMISTRY 102/112 —————————————————————————————————————————— University at Buffalo Summer Session III 2010 Announcement Sheet 1 —————————————————————————————————————————— STAFF Lecturers: Days Time Place Office Phone Dr. Troy Wood M-F 9:40-10:55 A M NSC 201 NSC 417 645-4144 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: By appointment NSC 417 Laboratory Director: Mrs. Priscilla Clarke E-mail: [email protected] NSC 266 645-4113 Office Hours: By appointment NSC 266 Associate Laboratory Director : Dr. Valerie Frerichs, E-mail: [email protected] NSC 344 645-4135 Office Hours: By appointment NSC 344 MATERIALS NEEDED Required: 1. Text: Chemistry, The Central Science ” by Brown, LeMay, Bursten, 11 th Ed., Prentice Hall Publisher 2. Lab Manual: Scaife, Beachley, and Allendoerfer, “ Chemistry in the Laboratory” , University at Buffalo, 11th Ed., Thomson, 2009. 3. Lab Materials: CHE 101-2/107-8 Lab Kit, safety glasses with side shields, padlock for lab drawer. 4. A valid University I.D. card will be required at all examinations and for some laboratories. 5. A simple scientific calculator with only arithmetic and transcendental function (sine, cosine, log, etc. ) capability is required for quizzes and examinations. Graphing calculators and those with alphanumeric memory capabilities WILL NOT BE ALLOWED at quizzes and examinations . Optional: 1. Lecture Notes for Chemistry 102, Troy D. Wood 2. TurningPoint XR Clickers Optional (but recommended) 1. Lab apron REGISTRATION Registration Procedure: If you are not completely registered for lecture and recitation/lab, see Mrs. Clarke in NSC 266 or Dr. Valerie Frerichs in NSC 344. Important Dates: Friday, July 2, 2010: Last day to add a course. Friday, July 9, 2010: Last day to drop a course. Friday July 16, 2010: Last day to Resign a course with an “R” grade. Friday, August 6, 2010: Summer session III ends. Page 1 of 6
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ABOUT THE COURSE Lecture: Students must be registered for lecture and attend all lectures. They should read the text in advance for a better understanding of the lecture and are responsible for learning the material presented whether they attend or not. Recitation: Students must be registered for recitation and laboratory (a four hour contiguous time period) as well as for lecture. The recitation period involves discussion of lecture material and homework assignments. Three 20 to 30 minute quizzes will be given in recitation during the semester (see schedule) which cover recent lecture material and problem assignments. Homework will be due on-line through Mastering Chemistry. An access code is required for new students. Books purchased at the bookstore are packaged with an access code that allows you to register. Alternatively, you may purchase an access code online. Go to the website: http://session.masteringchemistry.com and click the “New Students”
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course MGE 302 taught by Professor Isse during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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