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CHEM. 20-A GENERAL CHEMISTRY: CHEMICAL STRUCTURE fall 2009 DESCRIPTION : This first course in general chemistry is designed for physical science and engineering majors. It includes an introduction to quantum mechanics, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, organic molecules and polymers, transition metal complexes, spectroscopy, and intermolecular forces. LECTURES : chem. 20A-1, MWF @ 12.00 - 12.50 am in Moore Hall 100, chem. 20A-3, MWF @ 1.00 – 1.50 pm in CS 50 Young Hall INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Eric Scerri; Office: 4077C Young Hall; Phone: ext 67443, OFFICE HOURS : W: 4.00-4.50 pm, F; 4.00-4.50 pm and on the web through Virtual Office Hours at http://voh.chem.ucla.edu under 20A. REQUIRED TEXT : Oxtoby, Gillis, Campion, 5 th or 6 th ed. In addition there is a Course Reader containing copies of all transparencies shown in classes. This is from "Course Reader Material", a store at 1081 Westwood Blvd (Tel: 310 443 3303) : Read assigned material during the week of the related lectures. Reading and suggested homework problems (Oxtoby) are listed with the lecture schedule. It is your responsibility to do (at least) the suggested homework in order to master the material. The more problems you do, the more you will learn, so it is in your best interest to do as many problems as you can (including ones not suggested). Some mid term and final exam questions will be based on these HW questions. EXAMINATIONS
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course CHEM 20A taught by Professor Scerri during the Spring '05 term at UCLA.

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