Chemistry 8B, Fall 2010
MWF 9:00 – 9:50 am. 100 Hunt Hall
Dr. S. Lievens
3313 Earth and Physical Sciences
Aurea Chu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Office hours: Mon. 2-3 pm, Wed. 10:30-11:30 am, or by appointment.
“Essential Organic Chemistry, 2
Edition”, P. Y. Bruice
“Study Guide and Solution Manual, 2
“Experiments for a Brief Course in Organic Chemistry”, “Fall 2010”
Molecular Models for visualization and laboratory.
CHE-8B is a lecture course covering basic concepts in organic chemistry
designed for non-science majors. Working knowledge of the material in
CHE-8A is essential.
CHE-8B has a course lab fee of $40.
Prerequisites: CHE-8A with a passing grade.
Exams and Grading:
Midterm 1 –
Fri. Oct 22
Chapters 10, 8, 11,
Midterm 2 –
Fri. Nov. 19
Chapters 12, 13, 15, 16,
Thurs. Dec. 9
Chapter 8, 10-13, 15, 16, 19
Experiments 1-6, 8, 10, 11
Online Problem Sets (4)
Grading Policy: Exam grading will be determined by the absolute quality of work. There
is no preset quota for any letter grades. It is possible for everyone to get an A.
Early/Late Exams: There will be no late or early exams given. The grades for students
reason for missing a midterm will be determined based on the students
performance on the exams taken. Written documentation of the reason for absence from
the exam is required. Students who miss the final will be given an incomplete
reason for their absence and a passing grade prior to the final. Late
problem sets will not be scored.
Regrades: If you think there was an error in the grading of your exam, write a short note
indicating the error, attach it to your test and return it to your TA by the deadline.
write, mark or change any portion of your exam or your exam will not be regraded!