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GENERAL CHEMISTRY II COURSE OUTLINE INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Arthur G. Mohan Home Phone: (908) 526-8506 Email: [email protected] Note: Do not use the SHU email address CLASS: MON, WED, FRI 1:00PM to 1:50PM AUDITORIUM, Sci. & Tech. Bldg. TEXT : “GENERAL CHEMISTRY” , HALL & PETRUCCI et.al. OFFICE HOURS: MON., WED, FRI 10AM to NOON Rm 218, Sci. & Tech. Bldg. REQUIRED: Calculator with the capability to use natural loarithms and and log 10 as well as exponential functions is required. A laptop computer will be very useful. TESTING: A total of 4 tests will be given during the semester. Each test will cover approximately three chapters in the text. A comprehensive final exam will be given at the end of the term. GRADING: The highest three grades of the four tests will be used in computing the final numerical
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Unformatted text preview: average. The final average will be computed as follows: 70% test grades 30% final exam Laboratory is a separate 1 credit course. PROBLEM ASSIGNMENTS: Selected problems will be assigned from each chapter of the text. These are expected to be completed, but will not be collected or graded and will serve as the basis for questions on the tests. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Dishonesty in any course will not be tolerated. If a student is caught cheating on a test, that student will receive a grade of zero for that test. In case of a second offense, the student will earn an “F” for the course and a note will be added to the student’s academic record describing the circumstances of the failure. Cheating on the Final Exam will be treated as a second offense....
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