TR: 5:30 - 6:50 pm
Exam 1 Chapters 01 - 03 Matter; Atoms, molecules and Ions; Stoichiometry
Exam 2 Chapters 04-05 &10 Aqueous reactions; Gas; Thermochemistry
Exam 3 Chapters 06 - 09 Electronic structures; periodic Table; Bonding; Molecular Geometry
Final Exam Comprehensive ACS exam covering chapters 1 - 10
Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent enrollment in Math 1233 or 1534
Textbook (Mandatory): Chemistry - The Central Science; Brown, LeMay, Bursten, 11th ed.
Supplemental Material: Library reference materials, Student Solutions Guide
SaplingLearning online homework sets
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Assignment dependent, check with the instructor
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Calculators with large memory capacity, mathematical solution software, and chemistry software are NOT allowed on exams. The use of such a calculator on an exam constitutes cheating. (single-line scientific calculators are acceptable). I may check the memory of any calculator during an exam.
Cell Phones, computers, PDA’s and other electronic devices are NOT allowed. Cell phones must be OFF during any scheduled class period.
Drop Policy: Last day to withdraw with an automatic grade of W: March 19, 2012
Dropping from the course after this date assigns a grade of F.
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