CHM 2353 syllabus 2010 (1)

CHM 2353 syllabus 2010 (1) - Syllabus Chemistry 2353...

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Syllabus Chemistry 2353: Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Fall 2010 COURSE WEBSITE: Virtual Campus quick link PROFESSOR: OFFICE HOURS: Dr. Wendy G. Pell Monday and Wednesday: 3:30 to 4:30 pm MCD 409 Wednesday: 11am -12 pm 562-5800 ext. 6041 Friday: 2:45 – 3:30 pm wpell@ Lectures ( ART 257 ) Tuesday 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Friday 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Lecture notes will be posted to the course website by 5pm the day before each lecture. Lab (MRN 301) Wednesday (8:30 – 11:30) DGDs – optional, informal Monday 11:30 – 12:30 pm LMX 220 Thursday 1 -2 pm CBE 104 OFFICE HOURS If you have problems with the course material, you are welcome to 1. come and see me during posted office hours 2. make an appointment via phone(x6041) or email [email protected] outside of my posted office hours 3. ask specific questions via email Textbooks: “Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry, 5 th Edition” by Rayner-Canham. (earlier edition is ok) Alternate: “General Chemistry” by Petrucci; your first year text covers almost all of the material for this course. Material additional to that in Petrucci will be covered in detail in course notes. Prerequisites General Chemistry ( CHM1301 or CHM 1311 or CHM1321) is required as a prerequisite for this course. However, if you took general chemistry several years ago and your memory of it is rather vague, don’t worry. We will review the important background material in this course, so you should be able to keep up with a little extra work.
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Grading Course: 75 % Term Assignments 15% Midterm 1 20% Tues. October 19 Midterm 2 20% Tues. November 16 Final Exam 45% Lab 25 % Reports 55% Prelab 15% Lab technique etc. 10% Lab book 10% Precision/Accuracy 10 % Details of each of these components of your mark are provided below Assignments: Assignments questions/due dates will be posted on the course website Midterms and Final Exam: Midterms will not be cumulative. The final exam will be cumulative. Periodic table and mathematical formulas will be provided for midterms and the final. Laboratory:
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