2011_Syllabus_Chem221

2011_Syllabus_Chem221 - Chemistry 221 - Fundamentals in...

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Chemistry 221 - Fundamentals in Organic Chemistry Summer 2011 https://chemmac1.usc.edu/221/ Lecturer Lecturer Dr. Rebecca Broyer Dr. Thomas Bertolini Office: SGM 301 (213) 740-0620 SGM 310 (213) 740-3257 E-mail: rbroyer@usc.edu tbertoli@usc.edu Virtual Office hours: MW 2:35 – 4:00 pm MW 2:35 – 4:00 pm This is a distance-learning course that bridges the gap between general and organic chemistry and prepares students for organic chemistry. The material and pace are geared towards students who want a stronger foundation for organic chemistry. The format is a lecture followed by an interactive problem-solving session hosted by the instructor, and the focus will be on problem-solving and the language of organic chemistry. Prerequisite: A passing grade in CHEM 105b (second semester general chemistry) or an equivalent course. Please contact Dr. Erickson eerickso@usc.edu for a possible exception. Credit: 2 units, P/NP; this course cannot be taken for major or general education credit Lectures: M - Th 1:00 - 2:35 pm online at the course website: https://chemmac1.usc.edu/221/ Computing: An internet connection and Flash are required. A webcam, headset and microphone are recommended for increased interactivity during office hours. Online homework is to be submitted via the course website, so students must either download a program to draw chemical structures or have access to a scanner to upload hand-drawn structures. See the “Homework” section of this syllabus for more information. Further details can be found on the course webpage. If you have technical issues, contact our webmaster Dr. Bruno Herreros, herreros@usc.edu . Text: There is no required textbook for this class. All required materials are provided electronically, however the following are highly recommended for this class and Chem 322: i. Organic Chemistry as a Second Language by David Klein; and ii. any molecular modeling kit. Office Hours:
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course CHEM 221x taught by Professor Broyer during the Summer '11 term at USC.

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