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F-08_127-227_syllabus_etc - Chem 127/227 An introduction to...

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Chem. 127/227 – An introduction to physical organic chemistry Academic integrity: Cheating will not be tolerated. Anyone found doing so, will automatically and immediately receive an “F” for the class. Additional action may be taken, depending upon the seriousness of the infraction. Professor R. Daniel Little Phelps Hall, room 1508 from 9-9:50 am . Class will begin at 9 am sharp; don’t be late! Attendance : For a host of good reasons, it is a bad idea to cut class. Office : Physical Sciences North, rooms 3649C/D Email : [email protected] Office hours : Tuesdays from 3-4 pm and by appointment. Please contact me by email to set up an appointment. Be certain to suggest several times when you can meet. I’ll return your email after choosing from amongst the times suggested. Guest lectures by Professor Aue (October 13 & 15 – acid/base chem [see chapter 5]) and by Professor Wudl (October 29 – polymer chemistry) Text & solutions manual : “Modern Physical Organic Chemistry” by E. Anslyn (U Texas) and D. Dougherty (Cal Tech) and the accompanying solutions manual by M. Sponsler, Anslyn, and Dougherty. See http://www.uscibooks.com/ If you don’t purchase your own copy, then a copy of the solutions manual can be obtained from me and checked out for a period of one day. Stop by during an office hour or make an appointment to pick it up. Recommendations : Purchase a set of molecular models . See, for example: Prentice Hall Framework Molecular model ( http://www.amazon.com/Framework-Molecular-Model-FMM-Student/dp/0133300765 ); Darling Molecular Models ( www.darlingmodels.com/ ). If you detect weaknesses in your background and/or need a refresher, you may wish to purchase the books by David R. Klein (“Organic Chemistry as a Second Language”, parts I and II. See http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&search-type=ss&index=books&field- author=David%20R.%20Klein&page=1 Exam schedule : Check your schedule now to determine whether you have any conflicts with the exam schedule posted below; if you do, inform me within the 1 st week of school and I will consider your request for rescheduling. Otherwise, there are no makeup exams .
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