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1-1 Chemistry 115 Spring 2010 Dr. Daniel Raftery [email protected] phone: 494-6070 Lecture 1 Outline Syllabus – Course requirements, important dates Intro – What’s so interesting about Chemistry?? (Five Focus Areas)
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1-2 CHM 115 Spring 2010 Course Syllabus Professor: Dr. Daniel Raftery, BRWN 4150D [email protected] Course Supervisors: Dr. S. C. Nurrenbern, BRWN 1144 [email protected] Course homepage: Blackboard Vista 4 http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard/ Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30 & 12:30 WTHR 200 Laboratories: Mondays 7:30, 11:30 & 2:50
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1-3 Texts/Supplementary Materials: To be purchased in bookstores 1. Chemistry 11500 Laboratory Manual of Experiments , Spring 2010 edition To be purchased in bookstores 1. Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity , 7th edition, Kotz, Treichel & Townsend, Thomson/Brooks-Cole Publishing, 2009 1. Student Lab Research Notebook ” with 50 carbonless duplicate sets, Roaring Spring. ISBN 0-70972-77645-6 1. A calculator with exponent, log, and square root functions 1. Electronic storage device for lab data 1. Access code for On-line Web-based Learning (OWL) homework system 1. A padlock (combination or key) for your lab drawer 1. Safety Goggles 1. Sharpie (black, permanent ink)
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1-4 Important Dates: Jan. 25: Last day to cancel (drop) a course without it appearing on your record. Feb. 8: Last day to cancel (drop) a course without a grade. Mar. 22: Last day to cancel (drop) a course (with a passing or failing grade). Exam I: Wed., Feb. 10, 2010; 6:30-7:30 pm, Hall of Music. Exam II: Wed., March 10, 2010; 6:30-7:30 pm, Hall of Music. Exam III: Wed., Apr. 7, 2010; 8:00-9:00 pm, Hall of Music. Final Exam: Date, time, and place to be announced.
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1-5 Sources of Help: 1. Chem 115 Bulletin Board (outside BRWN 1164/1165) exam cribs, announcements. 1. Chem 115 Teaching Assistant Office Hours (WTHR 116, make appointment, and before exams) 1. Chemistry Resource Room (WTHR 117) 1. ITaP Computer labs (WTHR 114, 214); and throughout campus 1. Blackboard Vista http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard/
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1-6 FROM THE DIRECTOR OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY I. Classroom and Testing Modifications Any student eligible for classroom and/or testing modifications should discuss this immediately with the Course Supervisor. Such students must be registered with Adaptive Programs in the Office of the Dean of Students before classroom accommodations can be provided . I. Attendance Please read about this in the syllabus Note that there is no such thing as a "University Approved Absence", therefore this course does not recognize any attempt to use this phrase as blanket approval for exam, lecture, laboratory or recitation absences.
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