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chem215_week01_fall2011-preclass-3 - CHEM 215, Fall 2011...

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CHEM 215, Fall 2011 General Chemistry II: Quantitative Applications of Essential Chemistry Concepts Instructors Ray Trautman Office TH 823 Contact Information trautman@sfsu.edu Please include CHEM 215 in the subject line. Office Hours Wed 9:30-10:30, Thurs 11:10-12:00, Fri 11:10-12:00
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CHEM 215 General Chemistry II: Quantitative Applications of Essential Chemistry Concepts 83 of 108 F’11 CHEM 215  students completed CHEM 115  with a C or better
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CHEM 215 General Chemistry II: Quantitative Applications of Essential Chemistry Concepts F’11 CHEM 215  students with  C or better in CHEM 130: 24  CHEM 233: 15 CHEM 335: 10    (of 108 students)
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CHEM 215 General Chemistry II: Quantitative Applications of Essential Chemistry Concepts F’11 CHEM 215 students  with concurrent enrollment in CHEM 130: 10  CHEM 233: 15 CHEM 335: 6 (of 108 students)
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CHEM 216 General Chemistry II Laboratory: Quantitative Applications of Essential Chemistry Concepts 81 of 108 F’ 11 CHEM 215  students are concurrently  enrolled in CHEM 216
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CHEM 215 Prerequisites CHEM 115 with a C or better  and   PHYS 111 or PHYS 220 with a C- or better  and MATH 226 or PHYS 121 with a C- or better  If a prerequisite course is not listed on your DARS,  you must submit both an  unofficial copy of your  transcript  to show that you have met the prerequisite  and a completed copy of Chem/Biochem’s  Course  Equivalency Form For Transfer Students   form. http://www.chemistry.sfsu.edu/forms
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Course Materials Martin Silberberg,  Chemistry The  Molecular Nature of Matter and  Change, Fifth Edition , McGraw- Hill, 2009. The 6 th edition has been published. You may use the 6 th edition, but all reading assignments and suggested homework problems are referenced to the 5 th edition. The book is available in both hardcopy (purchase or rent) and electronic (online rental or download purchase) formats.
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Course Materials, con’t. OWL 1-Semester Access Code for General  Chemistry i>clicker2 remote (rebate available for other clickers) Scientific calculator Three Scantron 882-ES forms, three “exam books,”  and No. 2 pencils
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Grading OWL homework assignments 160 In-class clicker responses 80 Reflection writings 60 Midterm One, 06 Oct 200 Midterm Two, 17 Nov 200 Final Exam, 13 Dec 300 Total points 1000 1000–871, A; 870–810, A-; 809–760, B+; 759–710, B; 709–660, B-; 659–600, C+; 599–550, C; 549–500, C-; 499–440, D+; 439–390, D; 389–330, D-; < 330, F
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OWL Homework Required assignments - Due Thursday mornings, 8:00 AM (First due 08  Sept) - Maximum grade for each assignment is the  “number needed for mastery” - OWL grade determined by scaling your percent  completion to 160 points -  Once an assignment is mastered, it can be 
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