Course Outline - CHEMISTRY 1E03 - FALL 2009 These...

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CHEMISTRY 1E03 - FALL 2009 Page 1 of 9 These information sheets provide answers to most of your questions about the organization of the course. We suggest that, after reading them carefully, you keep them with your notes for future reference. The online version on ELM contains useful links. COURSE OBJECTIVES Chemistry 1E03 is a general chemistry course discussing fundamental aspects of chemical phenomena with examples and applications drawn mainly from inorganic and materials chemistry. Three general topics will be covered including 1) chemistry in aqueous solution, 2) structural and bonding properties of atoms and molecules, and 3) energetic aspects of chemical reactions. A more detailed course content is found below. Tutorials and laboratory experiments will help students develop their problem-solving skills and some basic laboratory skills. SECTIONS AND INSTRUCTORS Chemistry 1E03 is taught in two sections. Students may not transfer between these sections unless there is a genuine and serious conflict. Such students should see the Laboratory Coordinator, Dr. Jeff Landry in ABB-121, during the first week of classes. SECTION 01 - Dr. J. Barbier (ABB-420, ext. 23477) Mon, Wed, Thu 17:30 (BSB-147) SECTION 02 - Dr. J. Barbier (ABB-420, ext. 23477) Mon 12.30, Wed 10.30, Fri 11:30 (MDCL-1305) LABORATORY COORDINATOR Dr. J. C. Landry (ABB-121, ext. 22485) The laboratory coordinator coordinates the teaching assistants, labs and tests for all sections of the course. Scheduling, permission and exemption issues for labs or tests should be addressed to him. ENG 1A00 All students taking chemistry courses must complete (or must have previously completed) this safety course presented by Environmental & Occupational Health Support Services (formerly Risk
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CHEMISTRY 1E03 - FALL 2009 Page 2 of 9 LABORATORIES Labs are held from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m., 11:30 – 2:00 and from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, in the Arthur Bourns Building (ABB). There are five labs scheduled every other week through the term . Your personal timetable will indicate your assignment to a lab section. Each lab section is assigned to a particular room and to week A (even section numbers) or week B (odd section numbers) . If you have not been assigned to a lab section, see the Laboratory Coordinator in ABB-121 as soon as possible. Lab section changes should be done on-line using SOLAR within this introductory week. If space is not available, see the lab coordinator in ABB-121 for assistance. Please note that students with genuine conflicts with other mandatory Year-1 courses will be given priority. Lab experiments (2.5 hours long) start during the week of September 21
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