Chemistry 212 (01), Spring 2011
MWF, 9:05 am – 9:55 am, 105 Forum
Scott T. Phillips, 436 Chemistry Building, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed., 4:00–5:00 pm, 436 Chemistry Building
Head TA: Amber Bisch
, email@example.com, office hours: M 3–5 pm; T, Th 4–5 pm; F 12–2 pm in
424 Chemistry Building.
TA: Anthony DiLauro
, firstname.lastname@example.org, office hours: M, W 11:15 am – 1:15 pm; T, Th 2–4
pm in 424 Chemistry Building.
Your Primary Point of Contact:
Please e-mail or speak with Amber Bisch (Head TA) for all
questions pertaining to the course.
Amber either will answer your e-mail directly, or direct your
question to Anthony (TA) or Prof. Phillips.
Mechanism of Communication:
We will communicate relevant course information
As a courtesy, we also will send e-mails to the e-mail list provided for the course.
e-mails, however, are not our primary mode of communication, and are not a replacement to the
announcements made in lecture.
We will not entertain excuses related to missed or delayed e-
Will be held before exams. Times and locations will be announced in class.
Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry
I recommend that you acquire a set of molecular models to aid in visualizing the three-
dimensional geometry of molecules.
Several types are available in bookstores and on the
Two useful types are: Chem-Tutor molecular modeling system and Cochranes basic
organic molecular model set.
Capable undergraduates able to assist CHEM 212 students will be available in the Chemistry
Department Tutorial Room (211 Whitmore Lab) after the first few days of class.
The hours will
be 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm, Sundays through Thursdays.