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CHEM1B syllabus - CHEMISTRY 1B SPRING QUARTER 2010 Syllabus Chemistry 1B Spring Lecture Section#40 T,R 12:40 AM 2:00 PM Bourns Hall B118 Dr Ludwig

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CHEMISTRY 1B – SPRING QUARTER 2010 Syllabus Chemistry 1B Spring Lecture Section #40 T,R 12:40 AM – 2:00 PM, Bourns Hall B118 Dr. Ludwig Bartels Office: 124 Pierce Annex E-Mail: [email protected] Office Hours (including TA office hours and open SI session): TBA Location: 111 Pierce Annex Final Examination: Tuesday, June 9, 2007 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM Lab: Any questions pertinent to the Lab should be addressed to your TA or Dr. Kevin Simpson ( [email protected] , 1221B Pierce Hall) Course Objective: To be able to apply the concepts of chemistry (and physics, were applicable) covered in this class to tasks and problems arising in chemistry lab work and everyday life in an independent and confident fashion. Chemistry 1B Spring 10 Page 1
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IMPORTANT NOTES 1. Refer to your Chemistry 1A Syllabus for the answers to many questions about the expectations and rules for the General Chemistry Sequence. The 1A Syllabus contains a great deal of information on the course procedures and policies, and also has good hints for your success. This syllabus will refer to the 1A Syllabus and give more information. You are responsible for knowing all procedures and policies in 1A Syllabus as well as in this one. 2. Important 1B Information will be placed on the iLearn.ucr.edu . Make a habit of checking the information at various times during each week. 3. Library Reserve and Supplementary Materials: you can check on the availability of Reserve materials at both http://library.ucr.edu/reserves/ and http://iLearn.ucr.edu/ . The following items are on Reserve in the Science Library for Chemistry 1B: 1) Martin S. Silberberg, “Chemistry: the molecular nature of matter and change” 5 th Edition 2) Richard H. Langley, “Student Solutions Manual For Use With Chemistry: The Molecular Nature Of Matter And Change” 3) Elizabeth B. Weberg, “Student Solutions Manual For Use With Chemistry: The Molecular Nature Of Matter And Change” 4. LABORATORIES START THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS. You must attend the lab section for which are registered during that week. If you don’t you will forfeit your registration for the lab section and your place will be given to someone else. Chemistry 1B Spring 10 Page 2
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LECTURE SCHEDULE CHEMISTRY 1B, SPRING QUARTER, 2010 (Lecture days/weeks assigned to specific chapters are subject to modification). WEEK # and Notes
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CHEM1B syllabus - CHEMISTRY 1B SPRING QUARTER 2010 Syllabus Chemistry 1B Spring Lecture Section#40 T,R 12:40 AM 2:00 PM Bourns Hall B118 Dr Ludwig

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