Chem 162-2011 lecture 1 truncated

Chem 162-2011 lecture 1 truncated - January 18th 2011...

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January 18 th , 2011 CHEMISTRY 162 – LECTURE 1 WELCOME!!! PLAN FOR 1 ST LECTURE: I. You II. Course details III. Me Chem 162-2011 Lecture 1 1
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WHO ARE YOU? Freshmen? Leaning towards being a chemistry major? Why this lecture? Chem 162-2011 Lecture 1 2
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Dr. Ed Tavss Chem 162 [email protected] TAVSS’ SCHEDULE Pd. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 0 1 Office hours Hickman 206 9:30 - 10:25 Office hours Hickman 206 9:30 - 10:25 2 Chem 162 Lecture Hickman 138 10:55 -12:15 Chem 162 Lecture Hickman 138 10:55 -12:15 Tuesday, 1/25 & Friday, 1/28, Rec. quiz I; chapters 12.1 to 13.3 Wednesday, 2/16, Exam I, 9:40 – 11:00 PM, Chapters 12.1-14.3 Tuesday, 2/22 & Friday, 2/25, Rec. quiz II; chapter 14.5 – 15.5 Wednesday, 3/23, Exam II, 9:40 – 11:00 PM, Chapters 14.4-16.5 Tuesday, 3/29 & Friday, 4/1, Recitation quiz III; chapter 16.5 – 17.4 Wednesday, 4/13, Exam III, 9:40 – 11:00 PM, Chapters 16.6-18.2 Tuesday, 4/19 & Friday, 4/22, Recitation quiz IV; chapter 18 Monday, 5/9, Final Exam, noon - 3 PM, Chapters 12.1-19.9, 22.7-22.9 Last day to drop course with “W” is ? Chem 162-2011 Lecture 1 3
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REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED MATERIALS General Chemistry, 4 th  edition (custom), Hill, Petrucci, et al., Selected Solutions  Manual, radio frequency clicker, access to Mastering General Chemistry. Responsible for  everything  [listed in the syllabus] from the book and  everything  from the lectures and  nothing  from the recitations. Scientific calculators are required.  Those with memories or graphing capabilities  may not be used for exams. Computer account and NetID.  http://www.nbcs.rutgers.edu/computersetup.php E-MAIL You must have your e-mail address registered in the Rutgers Directory.  Please neatly  write your e-mail address in the passed-around roster sheet. You must be able to open attachments: Word, Excel, Zipped; Get WinZip from www.winzip.com .   Don’t let your “mailbox” get full. COURSE WEB SITE FOR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS Sakai website, http://sakai.rutgers.edu/ - e.g., lecture notes, class cancellation, exam grades, practice exams, etc.    If  administrative problems  with sakai,  contact Dr. Siegel ( [email protected] ).      If  administrative problems  with Mastering Chemistry, contact Dr. Siegel.     If  technical (chemistry) problems  from my lectures, the textbook, old exams, ask me.  [email protected] .    If difficulty with any  chemical concepts , ask me.   [email protected]    If  technical (chemistry) problems  with Mastering Chemistry homework, or Hill &  Petrucci homework, ask your Recitation Instructor.      SYLLABUS Available on Sakai website. MASTERING CHEMISTRY  ON-LINE HOMEWORK Must use for part of homework assignments (80 points).
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