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Syllabus CHM 233, General Organic Chemistry I : Fall 2011 : Ian R. Gould Onground Class SLN 71188 Office Hours Office: PS D-109 Mon. 1:00 - 2:00 PM Phone: 965-7278 Wed. 8:30 – 9:30 AM Lectures: Mon., Wed., Fri., 7:30 - 8:20 AM Thurs. 6:00 - 7:00 PM Location: LS-A191 Fri. 8:30 – 9:30 AM Website : chm233.asu.edu Sat. 3:30 - 4:30 PM I do not use Blackboard Check the class website regularly for announcements, I will assume that you have read all announcements posted on the website Textbook . The recommended textbook is Organic Chemistry, 3rd Edition by J. G. Smith. A custom edition for ASU is available from the bookstore at a price that is probably lower than you can find for a new copy from any other source. The accompanying Solution Manual is essential, since the most important part of any textbook is the practice problems. Although you can learn organic chemistry from just about any textbook (they are all very similar), I will suggest problems from the 3rd Edition of Smith ONLY. If you have another textbook, it should be fairly easy for you to find the relevant reading and problems yourself. Model Kit . A molecular model kit is required. By far the best is the HGS 1013A/Organic Chemistry Set for Students. You can order it from the manufacturer's website (http://www.hgs-model.com/), or it can be ordered from Amazon. There may be some Prentice Hall model kits in the ASU bookstore, but do NOT get the Prentice Hall kit! Examinations and Grading . Three midterms will be given from 7:30 - 8:20 AM on Monday Sept. 19th, Monday Oct. 17th, and Monday Nov. 7th . The final exam is on Monday Dec. 12th 7:30 - 9:20 AM . All exams will be held in LS-A191 . I will not change an exam date for ANY reason since changes will merely result in new conflicts. Although the emphasis of the midterms will be on the most recent material, all exams are necessarily cumulative. The final exam will be on material from the entire course. No late or early exams will be given, you must be present for ALL exams, none are dropped! Weekly Quizzes/Homework
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