Last updated on Tuesday, December 11, 2001 at 1:30 pm
  • Remember we have a Help Session scheduled for Wednesday, December 12th, 7:00 pm in PS141.

  • Answers to Exam II and Exam III are available at the Exam link.

  • Here are some sample problems based on the Metal/Metal Ions Activity Laboratory Simulation that you must be able to do for Exam IV and the Final.

  • With respect to the Activitys of Metal Web Experiment that you did for laboratory during the week of November 26, 2001 I recommend you review pages 160 - 162 in Silberberg. Be sure to look carefully at the figures referenced in tha section also. I'll have some sample problems up shortly for you practice with.

  • I've posted new grades. I've graded PS10 for everyone and Ben has given me some new grades. Also I've counted up the number of PLEs completed (not including this week's). I've put a column after PS#16 titled PLE. The entry there is the number of PLE's that I have recorded. I do not have data for 4 of the PLEs. One was lost somehow (who knows) and three were lost when my hard drive crashed. If you have any difficulties accessing your grades send me an email message.

  • Answers to PS15 are available.

  • PS16 is now available. Thanks in advance for answering all the questions. I DO APPRECIATE THE FEEDBACK!

  • Here are the draft Useful Information pages for Exam IV. (Updated on Wednesday, December 5, 2001 at 9:15 am)

  • I have Exam I, Exam I Answers and Exam II posted at the Exams link.

  • I've started doing What's Important for Exam IV and Exam V, there could be some addition to this material between now and Friday, December 7, 2001.

  • PS10 has not been graded yet. So do not worry about a grade of zero for that PS.

  • Latest grades are posted. The current class average is 68%.

  • Important table of K's for weak acids and weak bases.

  • Checkout this cool movie of water boiling at zero gravity (weightless).

  • New grades are now available (as of 11/19/01). Note that I now have grades for each part of the course: homework, lab and exam. With that information I can predict your final course %. That % is located in the lower left corner of the page. That is what I PREDICT. Check the General Information link on our web site to see what grade is equivalent to the %. If you have any questions e-mail me, or drop by. I'm out of town on Thursday (most), but I'll be around on Friday. Any errors in your grades see your TA.

  • The new grade access form is working. To get your grades you click on our grade link. Your name is the first initial of your first name and your last name as a lowercase string. For example, John Gelder is jgelder. Your password is the SID# that you gave me when you completed the SID form on our web site. If you have any problems send me an e-mail. It is working now but exam grades are not up yet.

  • Dr. Materer has been assisting me with a new Grade display page. The new page will only display your individual grade. To access your grades in CHEM 1515 (when I begin posting) you will need an SID#/Name. So be sure to complete the form on our web site to tell me what your SID is.

  • You should know the cations and anions in Tables 2.3 and 2.5 on pages 67 and 69 in Silberberg.

  • Here is a list of the laboratory sections

  • Lab Section #

    Lab Day





    8:30 pm - 11:20 pm

    Andy McGee



    8:30 pm - 11:20 pm

    Kevin Tran



    12:30 pm - 3:20 pm

    Tyler Johannes



    12:30 pm - 3:20 pm

    Ben Flint



    5:30 pm - 8:20 pm

    Matt Stephens



    8:30 pm - 11:20 pm

    Andy McGee

  • The TA's e-mail addresses are;
  • Andy McGee/Sections 1&6/ , Kevin Tran/Section 2/, Tyler Johannes /Sections 3/, Ben Flint/Section 4/, Matt Stephens/Section 5/