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CHEM+1310+Course+Materials+and+How+to+study+CHEM+1310+Fall+2009+v7

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8/7/2009 How to Study General Chemistry (CHEM 1310) - Fall 2009 Course Materials 1. CHEM 1310 text bundle a. At either GT Barnes and Noble or Engineer’s Bookstore ; Chemical Principles , by Steven Zumdahl 6 th edition (bookstore bundle); about $123.75 and includes 1.) Customized GT 6e textbook version, ( a customized 6e is highly recommended) 2.) With WebAssign access codes for e-assignments, (required) 3.) WebAssign access to e-student study guide and e-student solutions manual for textbook - odd # problems, and 4.) $15 PRS rebate b. Or e-book 6 th edition textbook with above WebAssign access codes and $15 PRS rebate. This can be purchased at this site http://www.cengage.com/ichapters/gitchem for $60 or $90 at the bookstore. 2. GT Custom lab manual (Hayden-McNeil publisher) new Fall 2009-2010; available at both GT bookstores, about $27.50 (required) 3. Interwrite PRS-Rf personal response unit about $43.75, $15 rebate with above textbook bundle. (required) 4. Safety glasses or goggles (required) 5. Lock for Lab drawer (required) any style okay 6. Lab apron (optional) 7. $30 on your Buzz Card for lab breakage (required) 8. Calculator (simple +, -, *, /, ln, and log is adequate) (required) The first 3 items total about $180 with the paper text or $106-136 with the e-book (tax not included). If s student purchases a “used” textbook (6e or 5e customized), they will need to purchase separate access codes for the WebAssign product via their websites (webassign.net) and/or “800” numbers (about $35). We will post a file that translates old textbook chapters to the new GT customized chapter numbers. The student will also need to purchase the lab manual and PRS unit. It is also recommended that the student solutions manual for the corresponding version of the 5 th or 6 th edition be purchased. On August 17-21 and Aug. 24-28, the Chemistry Graduate Student Forum will be selling safety goggles, locks, and aprons suitable for the labs associated with the following classes: CHEM 1310-General Chemistry CHEM 1312-Inorganic Lab One item: $5, two items: $8, all three items: $12 A table will be set up outside the lecture room, Chem Annex 16 (basement of college of computing), MWF 9:45- 1:15 and Mon-Fri 2:30-4:00. Only cash will be accepted at these times. After Aug. 28, the locks, goggles and aprons will be available for purchase from the Chemistry stockroom.
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