CHEM001C_Syl_Webster_08S

CHEM001C_Syl_Webster_08S - Chemistry 1C Section 020 Course...

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Chemistry 1C Section 020 Course Syllabus Spring 2008 Dr. Clyde Webster Department of Chemistry University of California, Riverside Page Subject 2 Tentative Lecture and Exam, and Schedule 3 Course Organization and Instructors 3 Course Materials 4 Course Website and Library Reserve Materials 5 Grading 5 Exam Redemption System 6 Comments on the Assigned Problems 7 Comments on Quizzes in Discussion Sections 7 Comments on the Examinations 8 Comments on Academic Integrity 9 Advice on How to be Happy and Survive in General Chemistry 10 What to Do When There are Problems 11 Miscellaneous 12 Frequently Used Symbols 13 Assigned Problems 14 Ions and Valences 1
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TENTATIVE LECTURE AND EXAM SCHEDULE Week Week Beginning Topics Textbook Chapter(s) 1 31 March Equilibrium: The Extent of Chemical Reaction 17 2 07 April Equilibrium: / Acid-Base Equilibria 17 / 18 3 14 April Acid – Base Equilibria 18 Midterm Exam 1, Tuesday 22 April; 4 21 April Exam I / Ionic Equilibria in Aqueous Systems 19 5 28 April Ionic Equilibria in Aqueous Systems 19 6 05 May Thermodynamics: Entropy, Free Energy and the Direction of Chemical Reactions 20 Midterm Exam 2, Tuesday 13 May; Chapters 7 12 May Exam II / Electrochemistry: Chemical Change and Electrical Work 21 8 19 May Electrochemistry: Chemical Change and Electrical Work 21 9 26 May Electrochemistry: Chemical Change and Electrical Work / 21 / 23 10 02 June Exam III / The Transition Elements & Coordination Compounds 23 Midterm Exam 3, Thursday 05 June; Chapters Final Exam; Wednesday, June 11, 2008; 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. GENERAL DESCRIPTION Chemistry 1C has two 80-minute lectures and one one-hour discussion session per week. Lecture Section 020 meets at 11:10 am – 12:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday in Physics 2000. The lecture and discussion sessions are coordinated in so far as is practical. In order to pass the 2
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lecture portion of the course , passing performances are required only in the lecture section. The laboratory portions of the course is graded separately . The graded work in the course includes examinations (three 80-minute exams and a three-hour final exam), in-discussion session quizzes, and homework. INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL Lecture instructor: Dr. Clyde Webster 1134 Pierce Hall 951-827-3362 Email : clyde.webster@ucr.edu (Email to this address only is preferred method of communication outside of lecture and office hours.) Office Hours: One half hour before and after class or by appointment. Academic Coordinator: Dr. Kevin Simpson 1309 Pierce Hall 951-827-3539 Email: kevin.simpson@ucr.edu Teaching Assistants: To be announced. TA names and office hours will be posted on the Chem1C web site at ilearn.ucr.edu.
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