CHEM 101 - Chemistry 101 Fall 2011 Lecture section and...

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Page 1 of 5 Chemistry 101 Fall 2011 Lecture section and location Instructor and office location Phone number and email address Office hours and location Section 1 MWF 9:50-10:40 AM ASCB 132 Section 2 MW 4:20-5:35 PM ASCB 132 Dr. Frank A. Gomez Science Wing B E122 Dr. Robert Vellanoweth LKH 272 (323) 343 – 2368 [email protected] (323) 343 – 2148 [email protected] MW 10:40 AM-12:40 noon or by appt Science Wing B E122 MW 10:00 AM-noon or by appt LKH 272 Required Materials ± Principles of Chemistry: The Molecular Science, Moore, Stanitski, Jurs. ± OWL username and password bundled with new textbook or purchased separately at ± Experiments for General Chemistry (4 th ) edition, Goldwhite and Tikkanen ± Bound laboratory notebook ± Scientific calculator ± Ability to access the Chemistry department web site: (please note the website will be under revision) ± E-mail address (this is free at King Hall D-150 if you don’t already have one) and CSLA NIS account ± Ability to access internet site for electronic homework assignments ± Safety glasses or goggles that meet the Z-87 specification (“Z-87” will be imprinted somewhere on the glasses if they meet it) ± Chemistry Breakage Card ($10 at cashiers office (Adm.128) Suggested Materials and Supplies ± Molecular models ± Lab jacket or apron Course Description Chemistry 101 is a rigorous 5-unit course that demands approximately 20 hours of study per week in addition to lecture, recitation and laboratory attendance. Chemistry 101 is the first quarter of a three-quarter sequence that provides a foundation in the chemical sciences suitable for premedical, pre-pharmaceutical, engineering and science majors. Students are required to pass a diagnostic exam at the testing office and receive permission from the department in order to enroll in Chemistry 101. A year of high school chemistry and completion of Math 102 (college algebra) is highly recommended.
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CHEM 101, Fall 2010 Page 2 of 5 Electronically graded homework (EHW) will be assigned on a weekly basis, and these scores will be incorporated into your final grade. Each student’s homework set will be identical in difficulty, but different in the problems’ specifics. You will need to be vigilant in the completion of these assignments—the computer may be set to give you a limited number of tries to obtain the correct answer. The deadline to complete each EHW set will be posted for each assignment. Homework sets completed after the deadline will not be accepted. You may begin work on EHW sets any time before the weekly deadline. It will be of great help to you and your grade if you review some of the problems at the end of each chapter and the tutorials and practice problems available on the OWL site before attempting the EHW sets. EHW sets can be accessed at Human graded homework will be due weekly at your laboratory recitation meeting. These
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Scottnickolaisen during the Fall '11 term at California State University Los Angeles .

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