Chem177 Syllabus

Chem177 Syllabus - Chemistry 177 Course Syllabus General...

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Chemistry 177 Course Syllabus “General Chemistry I” Fall 2011 Section: Room: Instructor: Office: Phone: E-Mail: Office Hours: Sections A,B MWF 9 AM and 11 AM 2055 Hoover Hall Professor Thomas J. Greenbowe 3051 Gilman Hall (515) 294-4050 [email protected] Friday 10:05-10:45 AM Hoover Hall Tuesday 11:00 AM 3051Gilman or by appointment Section C MWF 1:10 PM 2055 Hoover Hall Dr. Jesudoss Kingston 1608/1761A Gilman Hall (515) 294-5562 OR 294-7654 [email protected] Tuesdays and Thursdays 11AM -12 noon in 1761A Gilman or by appointment Sections A, B, C 2055 Hoover Hall Ms. Christie L. Beck TBD (515) 294-2165 [email protected] Temporary Instructor Monday 3 pm, Tuesday 1 pm or by appointment Chem 177 Homepage: BlackBoard: Turning Point Radiofrequency (RF) Responder/Clicker Assistance: Mastering Chemistry: Chem 177 and 177L/177N are co-requisite courses, i.e., students in Chem 177 are required to take Chem 177L/177N at the same time or to have already received credit in 177L/177N. If you do not fulfill these requirements, you will not get credit for Chem 177. Students who drop or audit Chem 177 will be required to drop 177L/177N and vice versa. Students may not register to audit Chem 177 after 5:00 PM on Friday, September 2, 2011. The audit does not count towards full-time student status. Lectures: Students are expected to attend all lectures; questions given during lectures using the Turning Point RF Clicker are graded. If there are empty seats available after students who are registered for that lecture are seated, students in other sections may attend any of the following lectures Section A MWF 9:00-9:50 AM 2055 Hoover Hall Sections 1-18, 62-64 Section B MWF 11:00-11:50 AM 2055 Hoover Hall Sections 19-30, 55-60 Section C MWF 1:10-2:00 PM 2055 Hoover Hall Sections 31-54 Please turn off cell phones, PDA devices, etc. before entering the lecture hall. Required Textbooks & Supplies: Chemistry, The Central Science (12th Edition), Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy, and Woodward (2012), Pearson: Upper Saddle River, NJ. (Textbook alone ISBN 13: 978-0-321-69672). Textbook with Mastering Chemistry Plus Access Card ISBN 9781256280149. Students who purchase the textbook new from the University or Campus Bookstore receive the Mastering Chemistry Plus Access Card at no additional charge. Turning Point Radiofrequency (RF) Responder/Clicker (RFC-03); ISBN 9780108000003, deadline for clicker registration is 9:00 AM Monday, August 29, 2011. Purchase this from the ISU bookstore ( ) or the Campus Bookstore ( ) to insure that it will work on campus.
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Scientific calculator - is nonprogrammable (with ln x , e x , log x , 10 x , y x functions) is essential. Calculators with graphing and text capabilities may not be used during exams and quizzes. All calculators are subject to
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