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Course Outline Fall 2006 - Student Course Information...

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-1- Student Course Information General Chemistry I CHEM*1040 Fall 2006 Coordinator : Dr. R. J. Balahura, SCIE 3244 1. Required Materials (a) General Chemistry , 8 ed, Darrell Ebbing and Steven Gammon, Houghton Mifflin th Company, 2005; Student Solutions Manual , David Bookin, Darrell Ebbing, and Steven Gammon, Houghton Mifflin Company, 2005; Study Guide , Larry Krannich, Houghton Mifflin Company, 2005. These three books are shrink- wrapped together and may be purchased in the University Bookstore. (b) Organic Chemistry Notes for CHEM*1040. Purchased in the Department. Laboratory Manual for CHEM*1040. Purchased in the Department. Safety goggles (not safety glasses). Purchased in the Department. (c) Lab coats. Purchased in the Department from the Chemistry & Biochemistry Club. (d) Indigo Instruments Molecular Model Kit, available in the University Bookstore. This will be useful for the material on molecular shape, and organic chemistry. 10 (e) Electronic calculator with ln, exp or e , log and 10 functions. Calculators or x x notebook computers capable of storing text information are NOT allowed in examinations.
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-2- 2. “Wet” Laboratory Laboratories begin on Monday, September 11 (See the schedule on page 6). The laboratory is an integral part of the course and you must attend all the labs. (a) Laboratory Time You must attend your first lab in order to receive mandatory safety training. This safety laboratory is a prerequisite for all subsequent labs. As proof that you are registered in the lab, you must bring a recent computer print-out of “My Class Schedule” from WebAdvisor to your first lab. (b) Laboratory Quizzes The in-lab quizzes count towards your laboratory grade, and will usually be based on the experiment that you are about to perform. See the Laboratory Schedule. (c) Laboratory Reports Laboratory reports are due exactly one week after the lab. Submit the report to your demonstrator at the beginning of the next laboratory period. (d) Laboratory Exemptions for students who are repeating CHEM*1040. Application must be made before Tuesday, September, 12 by filling in the application form posted near the water fountains and elevators on the second floor of SCIE. Students who obtained a “wet” laboratory grade of at least 60% during one of the three preceding semesters in which the course was offered may apply for a laboratory exemption. Students who are granted a “wet” lab exemption should attend any one of the problems labs in week 6. Please note, students who are granted a “wet” lab exemption must complete the computer labs . 3. Course Help (a) Web Site The CHEM*1040 web site is an integral part of the course and must be accessed daily. All important announcements will be posted on the web site. The web site can be accessed through the portal at http://courselink.uoguelph.ca . Your User ID is your Central Login Account ID (that part of your assigned University of Guelph e- mail address before the @ sign) and your password is your Central Login Account Password. The first page is myWebCT: your name which will list all your WebCT courses including CHEM*1040.
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