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Chem_43_Syllabus_(8_24_09)

Chem_43_Syllabus_(8_24_09) - Chemistry43L Fall2009...

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Chemistry 43L Fall 2009 TR 8:30 – 9:45, BioSci 111 Instructor:  Professor Michael J. Therien, 5330 FFSC   [email protected] Office Hours for Professor Therien : TR 4:00-5:00. Recitation Teaching Assistants : Jonathan  Burg,  [email protected] ; Office: XXXXX;  Office hours: TO BE ANNOUNCED; Stacey Turner,  [email protected] ; Office:  XXXXX; Office hours: TO BE ANNOUNCED.  Stacy and  Jonathan  each have four  recitation  every Wednesday  beginning  2 September. Course Prerequisites : AP Chemistry  score of 4 or 5, or the international baccalaureate  equivalent. Text:  Chemical Principles  (6 th  edition) Steven S. Zumdahl; the  Study Guide and Selected  Solutions Guide  for this text as well as a   Molecular Model Kit (PLU),   are recommended. Course Content:  Emphasizes core concepts required  for organic chemistry, including   atomic and  molecular structure, chemical equilibrium  with  applications to acids and   bases, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, and  reaction mechanisms. This material  includes  Zumdahl  Chapters 6-10, 12-15.  Supplementary  material will be covered  in  lecture.  Reference material will be posted  from time to time on the course Blackboard   site. Recitations and TAs:  Recitations will meet once a week, for 50 minutes; time and  place  depending  on the section.  Your TA should  be your first resource  for administrative  questions and  help with  the material. Laboratory Supervisor:  Ms. Melinda  Box, 1226 FFSC; [email protected]; 660- 1521. Laboratory:  Enrollment  and  attendance in the laboratory  section is required  for every  student  enrolled  in CHEM 43L.  The lab grade constitutes 25% of your Final Chem 43L  grade.   Lab experiments  must be completed  in the section in which you are registered.  Students  are responsible for reading  assigned  material and  completing  all other pre-lab  preparations  before each lab period.   Safety glasses are to be worn at all times in the  laboratory buy them and bring them to the FIRST lab meeting .  The syllabus and   other information  for the laboratory  are available on the laboratory  blackboard  web  site.
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