Syll_2262_summer_2011

Syll_2262_summer_2011 - CHEMISTRY 2262 Summer Semester 2011...

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CHEMISTRY 2262 Summer Semester 2011 12:10-1:10 P.M., Monday-Friday, 10 Lockett Instructor: Professor David A. Spivak (and Professor Crowe for fourth week, his office is 708 Choppin) Office: 735 Choppin Hall Office Phone: 578-2868 Email: dspivak@lsu.edu TA: TBA Office Hours : 1:10-2:10 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 741 Choppin ( 708 Choppin for Prof. Crowe) 11:10-12:00 Tuesday, Thursday 741 Choppin ( 708 Choppin for Prof. Crowe) Text: Organic Chemistry , 1st edition, David Klein, (Handed out to you free!) Supplementary Text: Solutions Manual to Organic Chemistry , 1st edition, David Klein, (Also handed out to you free!) “HOMEWORK” Please do all problems associated with the chapters we cover. These are for your practice only, and will NOT BE COLLECTED. The secret to excelling in organic chemistry -- WORK ON IT EVERYDAY ! Organic Chemistry cannot be learned in a few cram sessions before each exam. The most efficient method for learning Organic Chemistry is a daily study program which includes working lots of problems. You must keep up with the pace of the course and study regularly to do well. If you discover weaknesses or don't understand the concepts from Chem 2261, go back and rework some problems from the appropriate chapter. Please come to class, but don't assume that just sitting there will be sufficient to pass the exams. Read the Chapters in the book that correlate to subjects to be covered before we discuss it in class. You have to participate actively by working
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