General Information about
Chem 211 Lecture Fall 2018
Required Text: Organic Chemistry, Sixth Edition by Loudon and Parise
ISBN: 978-1-936221-34-9
Any Molecular Model Set for Organic Chemistry. Good possibilities are in Molymod Molecular Kit or Prentce Hall Molecular Model Kit or Set For Organic Chemistry

Highly Recommended: Organic Chemistry as a Second Language by David R. Klein
ISBN: 978-1-119-11066-8

Note: The solutions manual for this text is very good and very useful to students. Molecular models are also good to have though not necessary for everyone. With these latter two resources, you might consider sharing them with one or two other students. I know these materials are expensive. I feel many students would greatly benefit by buying a new or used edition of Klein.


The following information is very important and should be carefully noted by each student.

1.

Class Meetings: Wednesday, September 5, 2018 - Wednesday December 12, 2018
Problem Session: M, W, F 10-11 AM (Park 180)
2:00 PM
Problem sessions will often cover new material and you should plan on rigorously attend.

It is required that you attend all class meetings. Lectures are not taped, although audio visual materials, including IPad notes, are available on Moodle page and on my YouTube Channel.
They are not a substitute for class.

2.

Basis for Grading:
Two, one hour, in-class exams 30%
One self-scheduled exam (mid-term administered by library) 18%
Approximately 4-6 , ten-fifteen minute quizzes, in class or self-scheduled (one will be dropped) 18%
One, three-hour, self-scheduled final exam 28%
Notebook showing weekly effort at homework and classromm problems 6%
100%

3.

Scheduled exam dates:
Exam 1: October 5 (morning hour)
Exam 2: November 7 to November 11 (self-scheduled will be administered through library)
Exam 3: December 7 to December 11 (self-scheduled will be administered through library)
Quizzes: Ocassionally, as needed, announced with several days notice.
Final:Final Exam Period/Self-scheduled, (administered by college)

Maryellen Nerz-Stormes, Ph.D.
Senior Laboratory Lecturer in Chemistry

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