Autumn Quarter 2010
MWF 9:30-10:30 am
General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry
, by H. Stephen Stoker
Experiments in General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry
, by Robert J. Ouellette and Jason H. Manchester
Study Guide with Solutions to Selected Problems for Stokers General, Organic, and
Biological Chemistry Manual (5
by Danny V. White and Joanne A. White
Eligibility to enroll in Math 116.
Table of Contents
Schedule of Assignments / Exam Information
Grading / Quizzes / Exams / Homework / Office Hours
Learning Resource Center / Laboratory Overview
Laboratory Reports / Laboratory Assignments
Standards of Academic Conduct
is a Physical Science course in the Natural Science category of the GEC, which has these
goals and objectives:
Natural Science coursework fosters students’ understanding of the principles, theories and
methods of modern science, the relationship between science and technology, the implications of
scientific discoveries and the potential of science and technology to address problems of the
1. Students understand the basic facts, principles, theories and methods of modern science.
2. Students learn key events in the history of science.
3. Students provide examples of the inter-dependence of scientific and technological developments.
4. Students discuss social and philosophical implications of scientific discoveries and understand the
potential of science and technology to address problems of the contemporary world.
Each student receives this information in the first lecture section.
It is your
responsibility to read this material and be familiar with the course content, procedures, and grading.
are also responsible for any announcements concerning course procedures which are made in class. (If
you are absent, you are expected to get notes, announcements, etc. from another student in the class.)
Disability Services (ODS)
All students with documented disabilities, who need accommodations,
should see the instructor privately.
If your disability requires materials in alternative formats, please
contact the Office for Disability Services (ODS), 150 Pomerene Hall 292-3307.
For quizzes and examinations, the use of a calculator is restricted to a TI-30 (any, except XS
Multi view), Sharp EL-509 (any), Sharp EL-531(any) or Casio FX-250 (any).
other calculators are
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE FIRST LAB SESSION,
THE UNDERGRADUATE OFFICE (100 CE)
You could lose your seat in lab and in the course!