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Short Description: Chemistry 331. Organic Chemistry. Fall, 2005, Syllabus. Instructor:. Dr. Bernhard Vogler. Offices: MSB 321. Telephone: 824-6267 ...
Content Inside: Chemistry 331Organic ChemistryFall, 2005, SyllabusInstructor:Dr. Bernhard VoglerOffices: MSB 321Telephone: 824-6267E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: Tuesday, 11.00-1.00, Thursday, 1:00-2:30, MSB 321Textbook: Bruice, "Organic Chemistry", 4th Ed. Prentice Hall, New Jersey Recommended: Study Guide for Bruice, "Organic Chemistry". Darling molecular model kit Goal: Introduce the students to a basic understanding of Organic Chemistry. The student will be able to learn the basic chemical reactions like substitution, elimination, radical reactions, and will get a first idea about structures of organic molecules. Examinations: There will be three one-hour examinations throughout the term worth 100 points each and the FINAL EXAM worth 200 points. The examinations will be based upon class lectures, textbook reading, homework problems. There will be no make-up, early, or late exams. Grading: Grades will be based on your performance on the four exams. There is a maximum of 500 points possible. Grades will be assigned based upon the following breakdown:>425A;350-424,B;275-349,C;200-274,D;<200,F.Homework Problems: Use problems found at the end of each chapter as homework problems. A large number of the problems have answers in the back of the text, but feel free to look over other problems and bring them up for discussion. Misconduct: Cheating on examinations will not be tolerated. Anyone found cheating (copying another exam, asking others for answers, or using notes or textbooks during an exam) will be asked to leave and will receive an "F" for the course. To avoid any doubts during exams, please do not talk with others and do not look at other exams. Advice: Organic chemistry is a labor intensive course. To do well involves much time and effort. It will be to your advantage to come to all of the lectures (and to come to all of the lectures prepared to cover the material at hand, to ask questions, and to go over problems), to read (and re-read, if necessary,) the text book, to work all of the homework problems, and not to fall behind. If you find yourself not grasping the material sufficiently, please get help immediately. Office hours are available and I encourage you to come and get help, discuss problems (chemical, personal, whatever), or just shoot the bull. Complaint Procedure: If you have difficulties or complaints related to this course, your first action usually should be to discuss them with me. If such a discussion would be uncomfortable for you or fails to resolve your difficulties, you should contact Professor Setzer, Chair of the Department of Chemistry. Professor Setzer's office is MSB 203-C. His telephone number is 824-6028. If you still are unsatisfied, you should discuss the matter with Dr. Rochowiak, Associate Dean of the College of Science. Dean Rochowiak's office is C207 Materials Science Building. Students with Disabilities: I would like to hear from anyone who has a disability that may require a modification of seating, testing, or other class procedures. Please see me after class or during my office hours to discuss appropriate modifications.