CHM2210Castellano - CHM 2210 Spring 2012 Organic Chemistry...

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CHM 2210 Spring 2012 Organic Chemistry 1 Section 4140 Instructor: Dr. Ronald K. Castellano, Sisler Hall 201A E-mail: [email protected] Required Text: Brown, Foote, Iverson, and Anslyn, Organic Chemistry , 6 th Edition Recommended: Iverson and Iverson, Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual, Organic Chemistry, 6 th Edition and a modeling kit Buying Options: In addition to the bookstore and on-line booksellers, you should definitely check: http://www.cengagebrain.com/micro/ufchem (first bundle option is recommended) Lecture: M, W, and F, 6 th period (12:50 p.m. – 1:40 p.m.) in Flint 50 Progress Exams: Feb. 6 th , Feb. 29 th , March 30 th , and April 18 th Final Exam: Thursday, May 3 rd , 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. (exam group 3C) in Flint 50 Office Hours: M (4:00 – 5:00 p.m.), T and R (10:00 – 11:00 a.m.) in Sisler Hall 340 E-Learning Website: https://lss.at.ufl.edu/ ( updated regularly with announcements, exam scores and information, practice material, handouts, and lecture notes from class ) TA Office Hours: Graduate teaching assistants will be available in Keene-Flint 258, the Organic Chemistry Learning Center (OCLC), from 8:30 a.m. – 4:55 p.m. Monday–Friday. Course Objective: To understand the structures, syntheses, and reactions of organic compounds. Course Assignments and Grading Policy : During the semester four 50-minute progress exams (100 points each) and a cumulative final exam (150 points) will be given. Your lowest exam grade will be dropped ( you may not drop the final exam score ). Your grade will be determined according to the following algorithm: Best three out of four 50-minute exams 300 possible points Cumulative (2-hour) final exam 150 possible points Total 450 possible points Due to a generous drop policy there will be no make-up exams given . If you miss an exam FOR ANY REASON then that will be the exam that is dropped. Very rare exceptions have been made for students who must miss an exam due to a University-sponsored event that is a) properly documented, b) unavoidable, and c) discussed with me well in advance of the exam date.
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