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1 CHEM 224 Summer 2011 term B Schedule & Additional Information ( keyed to 6 th edition ) Classes meet MWF 1:10 – 3:20 in Bagley 154 with a 10 min break near the middle of the class time Office hours: CHB204E , 12:20 – 1 MWThF; I also stay after lecture to answer questions on most days, and will be available (by appointment) on Tuesdayevenings, 5:45 – 6:45. ( [email protected] ) I do answer questions sent by e-mail. TAs, your quiz section TAs also have office hours Sec. AA, AB Dmitry Liskin ([email protected]), AC, AD Hester Dang ([email protected]) Section meeting occur on Tues and Thurs, 2 major quizzes will be given in sections meetings, both worth 50 pts. The first quiz will be Thurs. (July 28 th ). The 1 st quiz coverage will be Chap. 10 (excluding 10.14, 10.15 & the interlude) and 11 through 11.6. The quiz section instructors write the quizzes. Class website : go to http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ and click Summer 2011 Chem 224A. All reading assignments are from the course text, McMurry/Simanek; “Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry” 6 th Ed. Specific sections within chapters that will not be covered in tests will be indicated in class on and the course web page, as the quarter progresses. The coverage will be Chapters 10 – 15 (maybe some of 16). We will cover about two chapter per week. Given the speed at which we will go through the material, I recommend that you get access to the “Study Guide and Solutions Manual” for this text. You will need it to determine whether you are answering the suggested problems correctly.
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