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CH 318N Organic Chemistry II (Spring 2010) (Unique Number 53360) I. Course Instruction and Mentorship Course Time: T,Th 9:30 -11:00am Course Location: WEL 2.122 Course Instructor: Prof. Michael J. Krische Office Hours: Sat 2:00-3:00 PM, WEL 5.208 Email Address: [email protected] Course Website: https://webspace.utexas.edu/jrz272/Spring_2010/CH318N.html Course Office: WEL 2.212 (Undergraduate Course Office) Teaching Assistants (T.A.’s): Head T.A.: Joyce Leung: [email protected] Jason Zbieg: [email protected] TA Office Hours: Jason: Tuesday 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, WEL First Floor Cubicle Please take advantage of office hours to gain help with concepts and specifics pertaining to your lecture notes, the homework problems or questions regarding the text. Email should be reserved for questions dealing with course administration . Detailed questions regarding the homework and concepts presented in the course should be addressed in person. Weekly Review Session: Each week a TA’s will present a lecture covering course material presented in the preceding week. Weekly review sessions are meant to solidify and refine your understanding of course material. Saturday, 3:15 - 4:15pm, BUR 212 Exam Review Sessions: The weekly review session preceding each midterm and final exam will serve as an exam review session. Midterm I Review Session: Saturday, 2/13/10, 3:15 - 4:15 pm, BUR 212 Midterm II Review Session: Saturday, 3/13/10, 3:15 - 4:15 pm, BUR 212 Midterm III Review Session: Saturday, 4/17/10, 3:15 - 4:15 pm, BUR 212 Final Review Session: Saturday, 5/8/10, 3:15 - 4:15 pm, BUR 212 II. Course Materials Course Text (Required): Organic Chemistry, 5 th Edition, by Brown, Foote, Iverson and Anslyn. Corresponding study guide/solutions manual is recommended. Molecular Models (Recommended): “Darling Models” are recommended and can be ordered over the internet (http://www.darlingmodels.com). They are big, good and cheap! III. Prerequisites and Corequisites Course Prerequisite: Chemistry 318M (or 618A) with a grade of at least C, Chemistry 118K with a grade of at least C. Course Corequisite: Credit or registration for CH 118L. Attendance : Attendance is required. Students are responsible for all announcements made during lecture. Unannounced quizzes may be administered at any time during the course, so please attend faithfully.
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IV. Section Changes, Adds, Drops, and Withdrawals January 22 : Last day of the official add/drop period. After this date changes require approval. February 15 : Last day to drop the class without possible academic penalty. March 29
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