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are available at the grades link. The high score was earned by Chris Williams.
CONGRATULATIONS Chris! You'll get some cool swag in class on Friday. Average
was a 62. Not bad for a first exam. Exams will be returned in laboratory beginning
next week. I should have more grades posted later in the weekend.
to PS#3 are now available. Remember you will not be responsible for nomenclature
of alkanes or structural isomers of alkanes on Exam I. You will not be responsible
for PS3.5 either.
wanted me to share with you a scheduled meeting for the student organization
for chemical engineers (AIChE). Enjoy FREE Pizza immediately after our first
hour exam! Hummmgood!
be in my office for office hours from 10:30 am - noon on Wednesday. I'll also
be in my office from noon to 1:00 pm. I have two conference calls from 1:00
pm to 3:00 pm and a meeting at 3:30 pm. Thursday I'm around after 10:00 am
until 3:00 pm to answer questions. Drop by.
I is scheduled for 5:30 pm on Thursday, February 8, 2001.
up a TI-86 in Resource Center on Friday morning just before our class? Another
student picked up a TI-83 thinking it was hers to discover it belongs to some
Any students missing laboratory last week (not the Wednesday
students) do not forget you must complete the pre-laboratory questions before
coming to laboratory. I recommend that in lab this week you focus on the alkanes.
A complete understanding of this material will provide you with the best foundation
for learning the remaining material covered in the Survival Organic experiment.
Sample Exam I is not available at the Exam link.
PS3 is due by
5:00 pm on Wednesday, February 7, 2001. Place your problem set in the proper
envelope on the wall outside my office.
The TA's e-mail addresses are;
Thursday, February 8, 2001
Free pizza and refreshmens
Doug Winandy from Novellus will be speaking about chemical engineering
in the semiconductor industry
Nellie Bruce: email@example.com
Want some EXTRA CREDIT? Complete the form at the SID#/Name
Be sure to bring your textbook and a calculator to laboratory
the first week of classes. Yes, the CHEM 1515 laboratory does meet this week
(January 16 - 19). (See the CHEM 1515 Syllabus)
Sitting around with nothing to do? We are going to begin
lecture on Wednesday, January 17th discussing Chapter 11 in Silberberg. I
recommend you review Chapters 9 and 10 before class. In particular, refresh
your recall of drawing Lewis structures, the concept of electronegativity,
ionic and covalent bonds, bond polarity, molecular polarity, molecular shape
(in particular central atoms with 2, 3 and 4 groups of electrons). Check out
lecture notes from CHEM 1314. In particular look at;
Bill Alley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Hallford: email@example.com
Melissa Caldwell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolyn Nuckolls" email@example.com
Notes for Friday, November 17, 2000 and Monday, November 20, 2000:
Notes for Monday, November 20, 2000: Covalent compounds and electronegativity.
Notes for Monday, November 27, 2000: Lewis structures.
Notes for Wednesday, December 6, 2000: Valence Shell Electron-Pair
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