307S12syllabus - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 307 Lecturer: SPRING...

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 307 SPRING 2012 Lecturer: Prof. John W. Taylor E-mail : [email protected] (you must use "307" in the subject heading) Office : Wright-Rieman Chemistry Bldg (WR), room 278, Busch Campus. Office hours and course support: TO BE ANNOUNCED. Recitation Instructor: Prof. Emmanuel Hove E-mail : [email protected] (you must use "307" in the subject heading) Office : Doolittle, room 108, Busch Campus. Office Hours: TO BE ANNOUNCED. General: Text Book : L.G. Wade, Jr., "Organic Chemistry ", 7th edition (required), Study Guide (optional, but recommended) and molecular models (optional, but recommended). Note: The package sold by the Rutgers bookstores (Barnes & Noble and New Jersey Books) is recommended. It has an excellent price that is difficult to beat. Lectures : Mondays and Thursdays, HCK-138, 9:15 am – 10:35 am (period 1) Recitations, Section 01 : Fridays, HCK-101, 9:15 – 10:35 (period 1) Recitations, Section 02 : Fridays, LOR 020, 9:15 – 10:35 (period 1) Exams: General : All exams and quizzes are closed book , and students are not allowed to share information in any way. The use of calculators and cell phones is not allowed at any time during exams and quizzes. Molecular models may be used but not shared. Photo IDs are required for all exams and will be checked individually in every exam. Midterm exams : Midterm exams are currently scheduled for Fridays , February 17, March 9 and April 13 , during the normal 80 min. period, period 1, starting promptly at 9:15 am . This is subject to change, due to the increase in class size. Check the sakai site for updated announcements. Locations will also be announced later. These midterm exams will be 70 min. in duration, and will consist of 8 multiple-choice questions to be answered on opscan forms and 12 questions requiring short hand-written answers, possibly including chemical structure drawings, reaction mechanisms and other diagrams, short written explanations, nomenclature or short calculations. These exams will each be worth a maximum of 50 points, with each question worth 2-3 points, as indicated on the exam. Partial credit may be given for some responses. Final Exam
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course CHEM 307 taught by Professor Several during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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