CH 201 Syllabus

CH 201 Syllabus - CH 201 Chemistry For Engineering Majors...

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CH 201 – Chemistry For Engineering Majors Fall 2009 Dr. Nick Drapela Office hours: Office: 231 Gilbert Hall W 10-11am nick.drapela@orst.edu W 2-3pm I. Required Course Materials -- Masterton, Hurley Chemistry: Principles and Reactions , 6 th Edition, Brooks/Cole; 2009. -- Solutions Manual for above The textbook and solutions manual are resources for learning, but exams are based solely on what is covered in lecture . Appropriate problems will be assigned from the book each lecture to serve as a self-check for students to know they are understanding the material. These problems will never be collected. II. Prerequisites Before taking CH 201 students should be comfortable with basic algebraic manipulations. All students should have finished the equivalent of MTH 111, or at the very least be taking this course at the same time as CH 201. Mathematical ability is the single best predictor of success in General Chemistry. III. Lecture
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course CHEM 201 taught by Professor Richardson during the Fall '06 term at Oregon State.

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