University of Massachusetts, Boston
General Chemistry I
Dr. Mridula Satyamurti
Fall 2013 Office hours:
Tuesdays 1 to 2 PM
Wednesdays 2 to 4 PM
If you have a problem logging on you should report at the address on the OWL login page.
Do not depend only on the information in these slides.
You should read the book using these as a guideline
Chapter 1 Unit conversions you need to know
Significant figure rules
Chapter 2 Some common elements to know by name and symbol , Naming Acids
Some common acids and bases Scientists and their discoveries
Chapter 4 Strong weak and non electrolytes
Chapter 6 Orbital Viewer- David Manthey's free Windows Program for generating and displaying orbitals: www.orbitals.com
Chapter 8 Lewis structures
Please print and bring to discussions and whatever does not get done in class please finish at home.
Answers will be posted at the end of the week.
Week 11 WORK ON THIS DURING THE WEEKEND BEFORE THE 4TH TEST
The following worksheet will not be done in the discussion periods. It is here to help you with the material that cannot be covered during discussions:
These POGIL sheets have been made by Prof. Carter for our class. His efforts are greatly appreciated.
If the rooms are assigned by Friday they will meet you in the rooms assigned. Otherwise they will meet you on the second floor outside the auditorium.
Dan T Nguyen
Wednesday- 3:00-5:00- S02-0063
Contact info: Dan.Nguyen0929@gmail.com
Wednesday 2-4 in M01-0208
Tuesday 1:30-3:30 in M01-0616
Subject to change.
Contact Info: email@example.com
A link to Dr Carter's web site. His handouts are very useful.
A wealth of information
Jurgen Poci from our class brought these websites to my notice. They are good and my help some of the visual learners.
The tests have to be picked up within two weeks of the day of the test or they will end up in the recycling bin.
Please note that if you want to come back and discuss your grades or to see your final exam, you need to do so before the dates mentioned below. After the date the exams will be destroyed and no grade change will be made under any circumstances.
Fall 115 -- till 28th February of the next year.
Spring 116 and Summer 115/116 -- till October 15th of the next semester.
After that all the exams will be discarded and no grades will be reviewed.
Change of Grade:
For any reason if you have a grade change, it needs to be done in a reasonable amount of time. You have two months from the date the grades are posted to ensure any correction is made and is showing on your transcript. No grade change will be made after this time.
You are responsible to check that the grade change is made on your transcript.
Recommndation Letters (FORM please put a date on the form)
Many of you come for recommendation letters after you have taken the class with me for various things. It may be a good idea to come and meet with me when you are still in class so I have some idea of who you are, also remember that every semester I have many recommendation requests, so give me enough time. Also I will not write a recommendation letter if the attached form is half filled. Do not forget to put a date on the form.
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