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2046EG Syllabus - CHM 2046 EG Engineering General Chemistry...

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CHM 2046 EG – Engineering General Chemistry II – Spring 2009 Sections: 0703 – 0712, 0723 Course Note: This course is designed for engineering majors. The course places special emphasis on case studies from the instructor’s research and career in engineering related disciplines. Lectures: MWF Periods 4 (10:40 – 11:30 AM) in CLB C130 Concurrent enrollment in CHM 2046L, MAC 2311, or MAC 2312 is suggested. Discussions: Tuesday classes corresponding to the section numbers above meet with a Teaching Assistant (TA) and will start January 13 th . Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Keaffaber, Flint Hall 251 392-1087, [email protected] (email is recommended for contact) Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday Period 4 (10:40 – 11:30 AM) and Monday through Thursday Period 8 (3:00 – 3:50 PM) and by appointment. Teaching Assts: Several TAs will be assigned to this course. Identities and office hours will be announced as soon as they are available. TA office hours are held in the Chemistry Learning Center (CLC) in Flint Hall 257 and 258. Text: Chemistry , Raymond Chang, 9 th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2007 Note Outlines: Note outlines for the course includes many past exams and quizzes, and it is available for purchase at University Copy and More, 1620 W. University Avenue, across from Flint Hall. Purchase of this item is completely optional. Description: CHM 2046EG is the second semester of the CHM 2045EG – 2046EG Engineering General Chemistry I and II sequence. Topics include general, acid-base and aqueous
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