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THIS COURSE IS: CH 310N Fall 2011 Dr. John A. Colapret
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Course E-Mail: All e-mail related to CH 310N should be sent to the following address: jcolapret@cm.utexas.edu Please include the word “CH 310N” in the subject line. We will make every effort to respond to e-mail queries within 24 hours. Course Web Site: http://colapret.cm.utexas.edu/courses/310N%20title.htm The web site will be an integral component of this course! It will be updated regularly with course announcements, lecture notes, homework assignments, and exam information. Important updates will be announced in lecture, but you should plan to visit the web site regularly so you don’t miss anything. Course Materials: Textbook (required) : Brown, Iverson, Ansyln Organic Chemistry , 5th Ed., Brooks/Cole, 2009. Study Guide (recommended) : Iverson & Iverson, Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organi c Chemistry , 5th Ed., Brooks/Cole, 2009. Purchase of a molecular models kit is also highly recommended. Although use of models will not be allowed during exams, most students find them to be extremely helpful when first learning how to visualize the 3-dimensional structures of organic molecules.
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Adds, Drops and Withdrawal : Monday, Aug 29 : Last day of the official add/drop period. After this date, changes in registration require the approval of the department chair and usually the student’s dean. Last day an undergraduate student may add a course except for rare and extenuating circumstances. Last day to drop the course for a possible refund. Friday, Sep 9: Last day to drop the class without possible academic penalty. Tuesday, Nov 1: Last day a Q drop can/will be assigned by the instructor. You will need the approval of Dr. Colapret, your academic adviser, and your college’s dean to drop the course at this point. After this date, withdrawal from the course requires a substantial non-academic reason, and can only be approved by your college’s dean. Friday Dec 2: Last Class Day. All questions related to enrollment in the course should be directed to the Chemistry Lower Division Office in WEL 2.212. Attendance: Although attendance will not be monitored, the lectures are the heart of this course. Attendance at all lectures is expected and all students will be responsible for information and announcements presented in lecture. Cell phones, pagers, watch alarms, etc. must be turned off (or silent) during all lectures and examinations.
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Office Hours: Dr. John Colapret WEL 4.242 (Faculty office) Office Hrs: T & Th: 10-12 WEL 4.242 (Begins Sept 1) UT email: jcolapret@cm.utexas.edu Other times by appointment (please set up by email). TA: TBA Homework: (1) Several homework problems from the textbook will be suggested at the beginning of the semester. You should attempt to work these problems after you study your lecture notes. Assigned problems from the textbook will not be collected or graded , but you’ll want to work through as many of them as possible so that you can develop the analytical skills you’ll need in order to do well on the exams.
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