Syllabus - Chemistry 123C Course: General Chemistry Fall...

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Chemistry 123C Course: General Chemistry Fall 2010 Professor: Dr. Jameica B. Hill Laboratory Assistant: Allison Tolbert Office: RMSC M306D; Phone: x4635 (O), 578-8416 (H) E-mail: HillJB@Wofford.edu Office Hours: MW 1:00-2:00; T 10:00 – 11:00, or by appointment Lectures: MWF 10:30-11:20 (RMSC M328) Laboratories: W 2:00-5:00 (RMSC M307) COURSE DESCRIPTION Chem 123 is the first course of a two-semester course. No previous chemistry is assumed and the mathematics required is basic algebra. This course is designed to give a general background in knowledge of chemistry, as well as provide the history and philosophy of the chemical sciences. In addition, students will have to be able to utilize a computer-graphing program to produce standard curves. The instructional format is lecture/discussion and laboratory based. Course information may be found at http://moodle.wofford.edu/moodle/course/view.php?id=1282 . REQUIRED Lecture Text: Raymond Chang, Chemistry , 10 th ed., WCB-M c Graw-Hill Chemistry Notebook (carbonless) Basic, non-programmable, scientific calculator (Example: TI-30XS in bookstore) RECOMMENDED Solutions Manual: Student Solutions Manual to Accompany Raymond Chang Chemistry , 10 th ed., WCB-M c Graw-Hill. Personal pair of safety goggles (in bookstore) GRADING SCALE Final grades will be assigned according to the following score range: 93%-100% A 77%-79% C+ 90%-92% A- 73%-76% C 87%-89% B+ 70%-72% C- 83%-86% B 60%-69% D 80%-82% B- < 60% F This average will be based on four exams, the laboratory grade, the final exam, short class quizzes (best 5 of 6) and homework
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