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Chemistry 4A Fall 2010: General information. Instructors: Professor. Martin Head-Gordon , 217 Gilman Hall, tel. 2-5957, e-mail: [email protected] office hours: Tuesday/Thursday 2-3PM Prof. H-G is the instructor for the first part of this class. Professor Richard Saykally D33 Hildebrand Hall, tel. 2-8269, e-mail: [email protected] Prof. Saykally is the instructor for the second part of this class. Textbooks: Two textbooks are required, plus a laboratory manual (1) Principles of Modern Chemistry, by Oxtoby, Gillis and Campion, 6 th edition, Thomson 2008 (2) Quantitative Chemical Analysis, by Harris, 8 th edition, Freeman 2010 Class web site: hosted at http://bspace.berkeley.edu Assessment: 30% for three 1-hour mid-term exams (in class) 30% for one 3-hour cumulative final exam. 35% for laboratory (see Lab Manual for details) 5% for weekly homework (graded on a 0 to 2 scale) General comments: (1) Weekly reading: There is weekly assigned reading, which is given in this hand-out. Do this reading on a steady basis before lectures (20-30 minutes/lecture) to help you get more out of the lectures (which don’t duplicate the book!).
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