GEOFFREY CHAUCERS WIFE OF BATH: A PROTO-FEMINIST PORTRAIT OF THE
Literary scholars are frequently interested in showing how a work written in older times
continues to dialogue with todays readers. In this sense, Geoffrey Ch
Chaucer's Wife of Bath: Feminist or Failure?
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Jun 17, 2007
The Wife of Bath is a complex character-she isn't what she seems to be, and maybe not even what
she herself thinks she is. On the surface, it seems as though sh
Experiment X: Experiment Title
(e.g., Experiment G: Quantum Yield Determination of a Given
First and Family Name
Lab Partner: XXXXXXXXXXXX
CHE 4125 Section X
Date Performed: MM/DD/2017
Date Due: MM/DD/2017
Professor: Dr. Sung-Joon Kim
English 2301; British Literature
Spring 2017; TR 8:00-9:15AM ; Carroll Science 104
Professor Courtney (Kunkel) Salinas
Office: Carroll Science 406
Office Hours: TR 10:00AM -1:00PM, and by appointment.
E-mail: [email protected]
How to make a line graph with multiple lines
1. Look at your three trials for Experiment A. Choose the trial that
has the closest average speed to the overall average speed of
the three trials. This is the trial you will be graphing.
2. Open an Excel work
Essay Prompts for The Canterbury Tales
Choose one of the following prompts to write a 700-800 word essay.
You will need to use direct evidence from the story, include solid
analysis, and have an interesting conclusion. Double space, have a
thesis, and goo
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The Wife of Baths TaleCollaborative Quiz
Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper. You may work with a
partner or small group (no groups larger than three). Each person must turn in a
1. As a narrator, the Wife of Bath comments e
Phenomena of some mechanisms
no mass spectroscopy just uv and ir
-Ranges will be changed
-Know where the double, single, and triple bonds are.
-Recognize the classical class spectra (alcohol, acids, alkanes, alkenes, al
SPECTRAL PROBLEM SET # 1: Combined IR and MS Problems
Determine the molecular formula and possible structures for each unknown based on the given
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Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
N. J. Tro
Reading prior to lecture can be
very helpful! WHA?!?
Chemistry: A Molecular Approach Plus
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How Solutions Form, if They do!
To Make a Solution
Step 1: Solute particles separate from each other. This
process is endothermic.
Solute (aggregated) + heat solute (separated)
Hsolute > 0
Step 2: Solvent par
Raoults Law for Volatile Solutes
For a volatile nonelectrolyte, vapor will contain both
particles of solute & solvent
Each volatile component lowers the vapor pressure of the other
- Each lowers the mole f
Chapter 3: Structure and Stereochemistry of Alkanes
assigned problems: 33, 34, 37, 40, 44, 46.
Other types of
3.2: Molecular formulas of alkanes
3.3: Naming alkanes
Fill-in notes to be used with Wade's "Organic Chemistry", seventh edition.
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Ch. 1 assigned problems: 22, 25, 26, 30 (indicate
which cannot be stable), 36, 37, 39-47, 49.
(not turned in or graded)
Chapter 1: Introduct
Chapter 2: Structure and properties of organic molecules.
Assigned problems: 24-29, 32, 34, 35, 40-42, 44.
2.1: Wave properties of electrons in orbitals.
skip: not very useful in an intuitive approach to organic
2.2: Molecular orbitals.
Basic ideas: When
Chapter 4: The study of chemical reactions.
note: this chapter has way too much emphasis on the mathematics.
We will handle this in an almost entirely qualitative way.
assigned problems: 36, 41, 42 a,c,d; 43, 44, 47
mechanism of a reacti
Review Sheet #1 (Chapter 1)
1. On each of the atoms shown, draw in additional single bonds as necessary to make a stable compound:
A. You are given
B. You draw in the number of bonds a stable (& neutral) compound would have:
Review Sheet #4 (rest of Chapter 3)
1. Draw out and name the compound represented by each Newman projection below.
2. Draw a staggered Newman projection of
(down C1-C2 bo
Chapter 5: Stereochemistry
assigned problems: 26, 30, 39.
5.1: Stereochemistry is the study of the
structure of molecules.
Review Sheet #5 (Chapter 4)
1. Assign each of the energy diagrams shown to one of the following reaction types:
(a) exothermic without an intermediate,
(b) exothermic with an intermediate
(c) endothermic without an intermediate
Review Sheet #2 (Ch. 1 & 2)
1. Rank each set in order of decreasing acidity (1 = most acidic, 4 = least)
2. Give the value (degree o
Review Sheet #6 (Ch. 5)
1. Which of the following are chiral compounds? Mark each chiral center and assign (R) or (S) configurations.
2. The value that the optical rotation of a sample has i
CHE 2216 Lab Report
Name (Last, First):
Section (Lecture, Lab):
Finding the End Point with a pH Electrode
Molarity NaOH (mol/L):
Mass KHP (g):