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Unformatted text preview: 2008 Fall CHM 2211 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2 Section 0786 Instructor: Dr. Sukwon Hong, Chemistry Research Building 328B, 392-6787, [email protected] Required Text: L. G. Wade, Jr., Organic Chemistry , 6 th Edition Recommended: J. W. Simek, Solution Manual, Organic Chemistry , 6 th Edition and a modeling kit Lecture: MWF 3rd period (9:35 – 10:25 a.m.) in FLI 50 Homework: The recommended study problems will not be graded or collected. However, it is very important to read the book and work the recommended problems by yourself to be successful in the course. Progress Exams: Sep 24 th (WED), Oct 15 th (WED), Nov 10 th (MON), and Dec. 3 rd (WED) during class period Final Exam: December 18 th (THU) 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Office Hours: M (6 th Period, 12:50 p.m.-1:40 p.m.) WF (5 th Period, 11:45 a.m.-12:35 p.m.) in CRB 340 E-Learning System http://lss.at.ufl.edu/ - updated regularly with announcements, lecture notes, exam scores, the course syllabus, problem assignments, practice material, and handouts Teaching Assistants: Organic Chemistry Learning Center (Flint 258): TAs are always available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. –4:00 p.m. Check WebCT Vista for specific schedule. Attendance and Classroom Etiquette : If you come to the class, make sure to be there on time. If you come late on exam days you will not be given additional time. If you are in class please be respectful of others. Hats may not be worn during exams. Cell phone use is strictly prohibited at all times in the lecture auditorium . Course Grading Policies Points : During the semester, four 50-minute exams (100 points each) and a cumulative final exam (200 points) will be given. Your lowest progress exam grade will be dropped ( you may not drop the final exam score ). Best three out of four progress exams* 300 possible points Final exam 200 points Total points possible 500 points * NO MAKE-UP PROGRESS EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN. If you miss an exam for any reason (even an excused absence) then that will be the exam that is dropped.absence) then that will be the exam that is dropped....
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- Spring '06
- Organic chemistry