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CH 1130 - Syllabus Fall 2006

CH 1130 - Syllabus Fall 2006 - Introduction to General...

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Introduction to General & Organic Chemistry Chemistry 1130 – Fall 2006 Course Requirements Books and Materials: 1. L. G. Wade Jr., Organic Chemistry , Prentice Hall, 2006, 6 th Edition (Required). 2. Solutions Manual to the above text (Recommended). 3. Molecular Model Set (Optional). 4. Organic Chemistry Experiments – Accessed Online. Grading: The course total for the Fall Semester is 100 % distributed as follows: Lecture Exams – 40%. There will be two lecture examinations during the session as scheduled below. Each exam is worth 20%. Normally, no make-up exams will be given for these two exams. Please make the necessary arrangements so that you can take these exams as scheduled. Final Exam – 25%. This is a comprehensive departmental examination covering all chapters studied. Recitation – 10% Your recitation instructor will advise you how your recitation grade will be determined. Laboratory – 25% Your laboratory instructor will advise you how your lab grade will be calculated. A hard cover Notebook is required. Letter Grades: The Chemistry Department has established the policy that you must pass , with a score of 60 or more, at least one of the two lecture exams or the final exam in order to be eligible to receive a minimum passing grade of D in the course. If you do meet this minimum requirement, the percent totals given in the table below are needed to be assured of the corresponding letter grades in the course. If you have not passed one of the lecture exams or the final exam, you will receive a grade of F in the course, regardless of your percentage total.
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