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Chemistry 322bL Fall 2012 Course Homepage: www-scf.usc.edu/~chem322b/ Lecturer Lab Director Dr. Rebecca Broyer Dr. Jennifer Moore Office SGM 220 SGM 104 E-mail [email protected] [email protected] Office hours Mondays 1-2pm Wednesdays 2-4pm and by appointment By appointment Lectures: 10:00-10:50 am MWF in SGM 124 Quiz: 3:30-4:50 pm Mondays Textbooks: “Organic Chemistry,” Solomons, and Fryhle, 10 th edition (Required) “Study Guide and Solutions Manual,” Solomons, Fryhle And Johnson (Optional) “Organic Chemistry as a Second Language: Second Semester Topics” Klein, 3 rd edition (Recommended) Any Organic Chemistry Molecular Model Set (Optional) Chemistry 322B Laboratory Manual (Required) “Making the Connections,” Padias (Required) SI: The University has a Supplemental Instruction Program (http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/si/) that we encourage you to use. The SI instructors hold weekly sessions going over the course material and problems. They also prepare mock exams, which you can use to test yourself before the midterms and finals. The SI leaders attend all of the lectures and are familiar with the lecture material. Website: The course website provides administrative information for both lecture and laboratory. Selected course materials are available online such as lecture slides, exam study material, exam keys, and secured access to your grades. You must set up a password to access the website using the link in the upper left hand corner of the page. WileyPLUS: This is an online resource associated with the Solomon text. It provides access to the e-book, tutorials, videos and problem solving drills. This is not required for the course, but many students have found it to be helpful to use WileyPLUS. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/USCChem322BFall2012/ Group: You are encouraged to join our class Facebook group and help create a community for our class outside of the classroom. Here you will be able to form study groups, ask questions, and communicate however you see fit (just keep it clean and respectful!). Please be reminded that this is a public forum and personal matters should be directed to instructors in person or by email. Note: only members of the class will have access to the group, and being a member of the group does not mean you have to become facebook “friends” with the group members. Grading: There will be three hour exams (100 points each) and a final exam (200 points). Your lecture grade will be calculated by replacing your lowest exam score with your score (out of 100) on the final, if your final exam score is higher than your lowest exam score. The point distribution between lecture and lab will be: Lecture 500 Lab 250 Total 750 To receive a passing grade, satisfactory work must be done in both lab and the lecture portions of the course. A separate laboratory syllabus will be issued. You are encouraged to check your grades on the Chem 322BL website.
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