Syllabus - Department of Chemistry CHM 1220(1225) (PS)...

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CHM 1220/1225 Course Syllabus Page 1 Department of Chemistry CHM 1220(1225) (PS) Chemical Structure, Bonding and Reactivity 4(3) Semester Hours Credit Hours: Fall 2007 M, W, F 12:50 –1:45 p.m. 100 General Lectures Instructor : Dr. Maryfran Barber Office : 225 Chemistry Phone : 313-577-3513 Hours : 2:00-3:00 Mondays, Wednesdays, and by appointment E-mail : mbarber@wayne.edu Course Description, Prerequisites, Co-requisite Introduction to the principles of chemistry. Prerequisites : passing score on chemistry placement exam or a grade of “C” or better in CHM 1040 or CHM1020; placement beyond MAT 095. Pre– or Co-requisite : CHM 1230 Required Resources 1. General Chemistry, 8 th Edition Media Enhanced , Ebbing/Gammon, Houghton Mifflin, 2005. 2. You are required to have web access in order to use Blackboard (see below). It is also necessary that you are able to print documents. The Adamany Undergraduate Library provides web access at no charge; printing is available at the Adamany Undergraduate Library for a fee per page. 3. You are required to activate and use your WSU e-mail address by noon Friday, September 7, 2007. To activate your account, go to www.webmail.wayne.edu. Your access id is a 6-character code composed of two letters followed by four digits. Your initial password is your Wayne State University personal ID (000987654). Once you have activated your account, you can customize your account, by changing your password and setting an address to which all messages are forwarded. Do this by clicking on Account Management in the left margin. 4. You are required to have and activate a Classroom Performance System (CPS-RF) unit (aka “clicker”) by Monday, September 10, 2007. See additional information included. 5. You will need a scientific calculator . The calculator should have the basic arithmetic functions, scientific notation and the ability to raise numbers to exponents, take roots, do logarithms and antilogarithms (inverse logs). You will need to bring your calculator to all exams and should bring it to all lectures and quiz classes. You are not permitted to share calculators during exams. The calculator may NOT be a programmable or graphing calculator. 6. You are expected to check for e-mail messages on a regular basis (minimum: three times per week). 7. In addition you will need some common school supplies: a binder with looseleaf paper and dividers (lecture notes, course materials, web resources, quiz notes, homework, quizzes, exams), pens/pencils. It is helpful if you have two or three color pens as lecture notes are given in color. It will help you very much to keep all graded work. Recommended Resources Study Guide for General Chemistry, 8 th Edition , Ebbing/Gammon, Larry Krannich, Houghton Mifflin, 2005. Highly recommended.
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Syllabus - Department of Chemistry CHM 1220(1225) (PS)...

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