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Unformatted text preview: General Chemistry (CHM 111) Fall 2008 Instructor: Prof. K. E. Plass Office: 403 Hackman E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (717) 291-4001 Office hours: Monday 9:00a-11:00a Tuesday 9:00a-11:00a Other times by appointment Required Textbook: Yoder, C. H.; Retterer, O. J.; Thomsen, M. W.; Hess, K. R. Chemistry 2 nd Edition, Academy Artworks, York, PA, 2008. Course Reserves: These additional resources are on reserve at the Martin Science Library. Kean, E.; Middlecamp, C. How to Survive (and Even Excel In) General Chemistry McGraw- Hill Inc., New York, 1994. Yates, P. Chemical Calculations: Mathematics for Chemistry 2 nd Edition, CRC Press, New York, 2007. Several additional general chemistry textbooks will also be available. When concepts and descriptions from one text are difficult to understand, try reading about them in another source. Expectations: 1. Homework: Assignments will not be collected or graded. These homework problems are representative of the quizzes and exams, and are your primary opportunity to prepare for these. Recommended problems will be given in class. 2. Quizzes: Several days notice will be given before each quiz. There will be a quiz on each major topic....
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