CHM2047syll05aug29 - CHM 2047, One Semester General...

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CHM 2047, One Semester General Chemistry 2005 draft of Aug. 29, 2005 WEB address Instructors : 2 nd period J. L. Krause Office: 2332 New Physics Building, Phone: 352-392-6971 Office Hours: TWF 8th, or by appointment. E-Mail: 7 th period R. S. Duran Office: 318 Leigh Hall, Phone: 352-392-2012 Office Hours: MWF noon-1pm, or by appointment. E-Mail: (please use course e-mail) Teaching Assistants : 2 nd period 7 th period Julio Palma Office: 2323 New Physics Building Phone: 392-3010 E-Mail: Office Hours: R periods: 9,10 & 11 Eric Greeley Office: CRB a113 Phone: 392-7243 E-Mail: Office Hours: MWF 12:50-1:40pm or by appointment “Alum” Teaching Assistants : Alum TA Study sessions: Hume classroom 119 on T R, periods E1 and E2 (7:20-9:20pm) Kunjal Gandhi Phone: cell 727-534-4316 E-mail: Tutorial hours: By appointment Cheryl Richie Phone: 692 4957, cell 407 739 1919 E-mail: Tutorial hours: by appointment Jerome Wilkerson Phone: cell 813 786 0245 E-mail: Tutorial hours: by appointment Lectures and Discussions : Lectures for this class meet MTWF 2nd and 7th period in LEI 207. Registration for CHM 2047 also includes co-registration for a Discussion Section. Note that discussion sessions may have quizzes and/or extra credit, which will count in your final grade. All of the Discussion Sections meet on Thursdays. Required Text : "Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity 6th Edition, by Kotz, Treichel, and Weaver. Other good texts for reference are Oxtaby, Silberberg, Petrucci, and Chang. These can often be purchased for a few dollars at the Friends of the Library book sale, which start Oct 22 this fall.
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Laboratory : CHM 2047L is a co-requisite for CHM 2047. Please see Dr. Smith (CLB 201A) or for questions about the lab. Calculator : You must have your own scientific calculator. Calculators may be used on exams, but may not be shared. Homework : Homework problems are assigned for each chapter. You are encouraged to work together on homework. Note also (slightly modified) homework problems will appear on most exams, so it is important to know how to do them! Solutions to the homework problems will be posted on the CHM 2047 bulletin board. How is CHM2047 different from “regular” general chemistry and what is expected of you?
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