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lect35-apr28 - Chemistry 101-501 Spring 2010 Instructor Dr...

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8/11/10 11 Instructor: Dr. David P. Barondeau Office: Interdisciplinary Life Science Building Room 1196A Phone: 458-0735 E-mail: [email protected] ( please put CHEM 101 in subject line) Lecture: MWF 9:10-10:00 Room 100 Heldenfels Office Hours: M 10:15 - 11:30 (Room 104A Heldenfels) W 10:15 - 11:30 (Room 104A Heldenfels) or by appointment Course Website: Blackboard Vista ( http://elearning.tamu.edu/) Instructor Assistant: Jessica Garber [email protected] (Tues 7-9 Held 100) Supplemental Instructional Leader: Kathy Webb [email protected] (Sun 9-10; Wed 7-8; Thurs 6-7 all in HRBB 15) Chemistry 101-501 Spring 2010
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8/11/10 22 Chemistry 101 Homework problem set 7 due April 29th Exam 4 will be on Friday April 30th (as originally scheduled) Homework problem set 8 has been assigned (Due May 10) Extra credit problem set also been assigned (Due May 10) If you are having difficulty with the homework Email: [email protected] (IA Jessica Garber) Email me at [email protected] My office hours M, W 10:15 to 11:00 (HELD 104A) T R 5-6:00 in ILSB room 1196A TA Help desk HELD 116 Review sessions SI Leader Kathy Webb [email protected] Sun 9-10; Wed 7-8; Thurs 6-7 all in HRBB 15 Instructional Assistant Jessica Garber [email protected]
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8/11/10 33 Be able to identify the type of hybrid orbitals (hybridization) for atoms in molecules and ions Know the relationship between hybridization and molecular geometry Exam 4 guide
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8/11/10 44 Understand why carbon has such structural diversity Know the definition of a structural isomer (same elemental composition, but atoms are attached in different ways) Example: ethanol (CH3CH2OH) and dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3) Know the definition of stereoisomers (same formula with different orientations in space) Understand that C-C single bonds are connected by sigma bonds and have free rotation Be able to identify geometric isomers (C=C double bond; cis vs trans) Be able to identify optical isomers (chiral centers) Exam 4 guide
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8/11/10 55 Hydrocarbons Know the following alkanes/alkyl groups Methane (methyl) 1 carbon Ethane (ethyl) 2 carbons
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2010 for the course CHEM 1112 taught by Professor B during the Spring '10 term at Texas A&M.

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lect35-apr28 - Chemistry 101-501 Spring 2010 Instructor Dr...

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