January 10, 2011 - learned by daily practice. Just as you...

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January 10, 2011 CHM 1240 The first day! Dr. Regina Zibuck Office hours: T 10-12, W 12-1:30 229 Chemistry Building (577-8367) and by appointment email: rzibuck@chem.wayne.edu "drop-ins" welcome MISSION: Student Outcomes: As a result of your studies in Chemistry 1240, you will demonstrate: ---a positive attitude about studying/learning organic chemistry; ---an understanding of bonding of many types; ---an understanding of acid-base chemistry; ---an understanding of hydrocarbons, stereochemistry and resonance; ---confidence in your ability to analyze and solve chemical problems; ---an ability to recognize and complete substitution and elimination reactions; ---an understanding of aromatic compounds and their reactions; ---an understanding of organometallic reactions; ---an understanding of alcohols and their reactions ---skill in note taking. The secret to success in Organic Chemistry: Organic chemistry is best
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Unformatted text preview: learned by daily practice. Just as you would learn to excel in video games by repeated playing so too can you become an expert at organic chemistry by DAILY practice or repeated playing. "The way to an A is to study everyday!" - R. Zibuck HELP -Quiz class - TA Chemistry Learning Center - Chem Grad Students Academic Success Center Supplemental Instruction Tutoring The Professor before class, after class, office hours, other times Materials: access to Blackboard email textbook calendar notebook something to write with Topics: Chapters 1-15, not 13 (16 pages per lecture) Exam 1 Feb. 4, 2011 Exam 2 Mar. 2, 2011 Exam 3 Mar. 30, 2011 Exam 4 Apr. 20, 2011 FINAL EXAM May 3, 2011, 8:00-10:30 am Lecture: Quiz: Homework: Grading: see syllabus How to Pass Chemistry - secrets posted on Blackboard Are you a chem major or thinking of becoming a chem major? Chapter 1...
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