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106Fa10_SYL - Chemistry 106 Fall 2010 Philip R. Brown C161...

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Chemistry 106 Fall 2010 Philip R. Brown C161 BNSN Office Phone: 801-422-9089 Cell Phone: 801-361-1908 (Between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.) LECTURE: W111 BNSN 8:00-8:50 a.m. M, W, F RECITATION: Tuesdays in assigned rooms OFFICE HOURS: Daily from 9:00 till 11:00 a.m. TEXT: Brown, LeMay and Bursten, 11 th Edition OnLine Access CODE KIT: MasteringChemistry (brown cover) Contents: 1. Constitution and other information on the conduct and evaluation of the class. 2. Calendar 3. Extra materials
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Chemistry 106(1-10) Fall Semester, 2010 Prerequisite: You must have already taken Chemistry 105 and Math 110 or equivalent algebra. About this course and your major : This class is demanding and requires daily study (preferably two hours at home for every hour in class) to master the concepts. If you are unable or unwilling to spend the time needed, do not take the course now. Wait until you have time. Instructor : Philip R. Brown Office : C161 BNSN Phone : 801-422-9089 Mobile : 801-361-1908 (between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., please) E-mail: philip_brown@byu.edu If you telephone my office with requests or questions and I am out your call is forwarded to the voicemail system. Please leave your message AND PHONE NUMBER . Have your phone number on file with the BYU operator. If I need to get in touch with you and cannot find a local phone number, my responsibility will end when I find that there is no local phone number listed. Also be sure your e-mail address recorded on Route Y is current and correct. Help : The instructor and 5 Recitation Leaders are provided to help you master this class. None of these can magically pour the knowledge into your head, only you can do that. If you encounter problems with a particular concept or piece of information, get help immediately so you don’t become bogged down and discouraged. Since this course is necessary for your future graduation, please see the instructor as soon as difficulties arise. I do not desire to see any of you take a less than optimum possible grade or drop out and have to repeat the course. Please Get the Following Materials From the Bookstore Text : Brown, LeMay and Bursten 11 th Ed., Chemistry the Central Science. We study Chapters 14-25. (There are accompanying Study Guides and Solutions Manuals if you desire. Please note that these are fallible, and cannot replace your own intelligent application for teaching you how to handle the subject matter accurately.) CHEMISTRY 106 Sections 1-10 P.R. Brown 1
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Access Code Kit: There is an Access Code Kit that accompanies the text. If you buy a used text you will need to get a pack to be able to access the materials we will use. BE SURE to get the one for accessing MasteringChemistry.com, which has a brown cover. You can purchase access directly on-line. If you got your text and access code for 105 within the last 12 months, that code should still work. i
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