Chemistry 351 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I Dr. George S. Kriz Chemistry Building 342 650-3126 George.Kriz@wwu.edu Office Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Textbooks and Other Materials Textbook
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Dr. George S. Kriz
Chemistry Building 342
WWU -- Chemistry
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
D. L. Pavia, G. M. Lampman, and G. S. Kriz, Organic Chemistry (Volume 1) -- REQUIREDBe certain that you have the 2004 edition.
Proteus Organic Chemistry Models Kit or
Prentice-Hall Molecular Model Set (2nd edition)
“The point of homework is the
journey, not the answer!”
Hour Examinations (2 @ 100) 200 pts
Weekly Quizzes 100
Molecular Modeling Assignment 25
Final Examination 200
TOTAL 525 pts
473 to 525 pts (90 to 100%) A
420 to 472 (80 to 90%) B
341 to 419 (65 to 80%) C
289 to 340 (55 to 65%) D
less than 289 ( less than 55%) F
Coverage: Chapters 1, 2, and 3
Coverage: Chapters 4 and 5
I will set aside an hour each week (Thursdays at 4:00) for a Problem-Solving Session.
The Problem-Solving Sessions are optional. I intend to bring in a few sample problems that can be solved by students working in small groups. Problems and questions posed by students will also be addressed.
As a special policy, I will not post answer keys immediately after each examination. Instead, I will allow each student an opportunity to correct his or her examination, based on a review of lecture notes and the textbook.
Students may earn up to 20% of the “missing” points by correcting their examinations and resubmitting them. Once the deadline for resubmitting exam papers has passed, I will post the answer key for everyone to use.
Note that this policy applies only to the two hour examinations; it does not apply to the final examination or to the weekly quizzes.
NOTE: The Problem-Solving Session of January 13 will be held at 5:00 (instead of 4:00). The session will meet in Chemistry Building 485.