Chem 216 Syllabus. Things to Remember from Fall. Dimensional analysis & unit conversion Basics of chemical nomenclature Balancing chemical equations Solving limiting reagent problems Chemical logic - Qualitative Analysis Use of the Periodic Table to predict behavior
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Chem 216 Syllabus
Lecture notes will be available on the web site for the course.
Exam dates will be announced later.
Exam #1 week of 12/17/07
Exam #2 week of 1/14/08
Exam #3 week of 2/11/08
There will be no make-ups for missed exams during the quarter. Missed exams will count as a 0. However, the lowest grade is being dropped. THE FINAL EXAM IS NOT ONE OF THE GRADES THAT WILL BE DROPPED, IT IS THE LOWEST OF THE THREE HOURLY EXAMS.
Homework/Quizzes: Homework assignments will be given out on a weekly basis. Only 2 or 3 of these will be collected.
Quizzes will be given weekly.
There is a total of 10 quizzes OR homeworks.
Your cumulative score on your homework assignments and quizzes will count 100 points toward your course grade.
These weekly assignments will be available on myCourses from noon on Thursday until 8 p.m. on Friday.
Final Exam is given during finals week.
It is cumulative.
It will not be dropped.
Plagiarism or cheating in any form will not be tolerated in the course. Any case of plagiarism or cheating will result in an automatic grade of zero for the exam, and a memo documenting the event will be sent to the student's department. A second occurrence will result in a grade of "F" for the course and possible disciplinary action from the institution.
Plagiarism includes not only copying results, but inappropriate collaboration on exams or quizzes. Homework assignments can be done as a group and such collaboration is legitimate. Quizzes and exams are to represent your work and effort and only your work and effort – if someone shares the method for solving the problem it is just as bad as if they share the answer.
We ended with Lewis Dot Structures
We begin with 3-D molecular models of structures.