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Chemistry 1212K Course Summary Instructor: Dr. Gary L. Wood Office Hours: M – F 10:00AM – 11:00AM and by appointment Office Phone: 333-5458 Office: 3073 Bailey Science Building Text: Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity , 6 th Ed., Kotz, Treichel, Weaver E-mail: [email protected] Class Web Page: http://www.valdosta.edu/~lwood OWL Web Page: http://owl.thomsonlearning.com Course Outline: Week Topic Week Topic 1 intro., Chapter 15 9 Chapter 19 2 Chapter 15 10 Chapter 19 3 Chapter 16 11 Chapter 20 4 Chapter 16 Test I 12 Chapter 20 Test III 5 Chapter 17 13 Chapter 23 6 Chapter 17 14 Chapter 23 / 22 7 Chapter 18 15 Chapter 22 / 21 8 Chapter 18 Test II 16 Chapter 21 Test IV Final Examination: Wednesday, May 3, 2006 at 2:45 PM in room 3009, Bailey Science Building Attendance: Class attendance is required and attendance will be taken at irregular intervals during the quarter.
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Unformatted text preview: Test and Grades : Hour Exams will be given on the following dates: Feb. 2 Test I March 2 Test II March 30 Test III April 27 Test IV All students are required to take tests on the assigned dates. Your lowest test grade will be dropped. The numerical equivalents of the letter grades are: A, 100 - 90; B, 89 - 80; C, 79 - 70; D, 69 - 60; F, below 60 NO MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN Hour Exams: 60% Final Exam: 25% OWL Homework: 15% Special Services Information: Students requesting classroom accommodations or modifications because of a documented disability must contact the Access Office for Students with Disabilities located in room 1115 Nevins Hall. The phone numbers are 245-2498 (voice) and 219-1348 (tty). Cell Phones and Pagers: These devices should be turned-off and left off for the lecture or laboratory period....
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