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Outside Class Assistance: If you can't meet during my office hours, then contact me by e-mail or make an appointment. About a week before exams, I will post a study guide on MOODLE. The supplemental instructor is John Selloriquez ([email protected]). He will review material covered in class and give additional practice
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3 problems during sessions outside of class time (posted on MOODLE). Also seek help from the free tutors in the Shell Tutorial Center, 141B Middleton Library (M-Th 9:30 am-7 pm; F 9:30 am-3 pm) or their online tutoring (http://students.lsu.edu/academicsuccess/studying/peer/tutoring/online). Check out the learning strategies workshops offered by the Center for Academic Success (cas.lsu.edu). If you get a message on your returned quizzes, HWs or exams or by e-mail that says to COME SEE ME ASAP, do so immediately so that we can get you on track for a good grade in this course. Important Dates this Semester : Jan. 20 Last day for dropping courses without receiving a grade of “W” by 4:30 pm Jan. 23 Final date for adding courses for credit and making section changes by 4:30 pm Jan. 26 Quiz 1 (in class on Chp. 1) Feb. 2 Homework 1 due Quiz 2 (take home) due Feb. 9 EXAM I, 5:30-7 PM, 102 (A-K) & 103 (L-Z) Williams [Alt. 119 Tureaud 9-10:30 am] Feb. 21 Quiz 3 Mar. 7 Homework 2 due Quiz 4 (take home) due Mar. 16 EXAM II, 5:30-7 PM, 102 (A-K) & 103 (L-Z) Williams [Alt. Mar. 23 Quiz 5 Mar. 24 Final date for dropping courses (last date for receiving a grade of W) Final date to request rescheduling a final exam when 3 exams are in 24 hours Mar. 30 Homework 3 due Quiz 6 (take home) due Apr. 18 Quiz 7(take home) due Apr. 20 EXAM III, 5:30-7 PM, 102 (A-K) & 103 (L-Z) Williams [Alt. Apr. 27 Homework 4 due May 2 Final Exam, 10:00 am – NOON, 103 Williams You will be responsible for the following sections in the textbook : Chapter 1: The Basics (Sec. 1.1-1.17) Chapter 2: Families of Carbon Compounds (Sec. 2.1-2.14) Chapter 3: Acids and Bases (Sec. 3.1-3.7; 3.10) Chapter 4: Nomenclature and Conformations of Alkanes and Cycloalkanes (Sec. 4.1-4.16) Chapter 5: Stereochemistry (Sec. 5.1-5.18) Chapter 6: Ionic Reactions (Sec. 6.1-6.14; 6.19) Chapter 7: Alkenes & Alkynes I (Sec. 6.15-6.18 and 7.1-7.15) Chapter 8: Alkenes & Alkynes II (Sec. 8.1-8.20 and 10.10) Chapter 10: Radical Reactions (Sec. 10.1-10.9) Chapter 13: Conjugated Unsaturated Systems (Sec. 13.1-13.10) Chapter 11: Alcohols & Ethers (Sec. 11.1-11.15; 11.17) Chapter 12: Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds (Sec. 12.1-12.8) Chapter 2: Families of Carbon Compounds (2.15 & 2.16) Chapter 9: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Mass Spectroscopy (Sec. 9.1-9.17)
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4 Tentative Schedule for CHEMISTRY 2261 – Section 2 Date Topic Jan. 12 Syllabus, Chapter 1 17 Chapter 1 19 Chapter 1 20 (by 4:30 pm) Final Date for dropping without receiving a “W” 23 (by 4:30 pm) Final Date for adding courses and making section changes 24 Chapter 2 26 Chapter 2, Quiz 1 (in class on Chp. 1) 31 Chapter 3 Feb. 2 Chapter 3 and 4, HW 1 due & Quiz 2 due (take home on Chps. 1, 2 & 3) 7 Chapter 4 9 Exam Question/Answer session in class; EXAM I, 5:30 – 7:00 PM, 102 & 103 Williams 14 Chapter 5 16 Chapter 5 21 Chapter 6, Quiz 3 (in class on Chps. 4 & 5) 23 Chapter 6 and 7 28 MARDI GRAS HOLIDAY (until 12:30 pm on March 1st) Mar. 2 Chapter 7 7 Chapter 7 and 8, HW 2 due & Quiz 4 due (take home on Chps. 6 & 7)
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