• How about those COWBOYS!

  • Tuesday, October 14th at 5:00 p.m. is the second meeting of the OSU Mountain Biking Group in Room 408, Case Study I, Student Union.

  • Are you worried about Fall Break going by too fast? Are you concerned that you might not have enough homework to do? Has Chemistry become your most favorite subject that you just can not go without everyday? Drop by my office I'll give you a textbook from which you can copy more problems to practice on!! No need to thank me...I'm here for you!

  • Let's have a HELP!!! Session on Wednesday, October 22nd at 7:30 p.m. in PS141. This is the night before the exam.

  • There is some useful information in Friday, October 10th lecture notes which you will need for Problem Set #6. Check it out!

  • You may need two specific heats for Problem Set #6. You can check the CRC or you can check HERE! The specific heat of carbon(s) is 0.7197 J.g-1.C-1 and the specific heat of copper(s) is 0.3844 J.g-1.C-1.

  • I was looking for some links for our class on calorimetry and came across a homepage for CHEM5 which looks to be a chemistry course similar to ours offered at Harvard. There is a link to some sample exams from the homepage. The exams are pdf files so you will need the Acrobat Reader to view them. Checkout what Harvard's introductory exams are like.

  • Laboratory this week (Experiment #6: Heat of Neutralization). There is a correction on the Pre-Laboratory Questions problem #4. In order to do the problem you need to know there are 1.50 kg of water in the calorimeter. You must be careful with the NaOH pellets. DO NOT touch these pellets with any body parts! Do not allow these pellets to touch the balance pan either.

  • Exam #2 is Thursday, October 23rd at 5:30 p.m. in the same rooms as the first examination. IMPORTANT NOTE: The 23rd is Thursday of the week of Fall Break!!! Be careful.
  • If you would like me to post all of your scores (homework, laboratory and exams) using a SECRET IDENTIFICATION NUMBER which only you will know you must e-mail me requesting your secret number. I will reply with a message to you with that number. Keep that number secure from all living people!
  • Here are suggested problems from Chapter 5 in your text; 5.6, 5.7, 5.9, 5.11, 5.15, 11.29, 11.27, 5.33, 5.35, 5.37, 5.39, 5.41, 5.19, 5.21, 5.23, 5.25, 5.31, 5.45, 5.47, 5.49, 5.51, 5.53, 5.55, 5.57, 5.59, 5.61, and 5.63. You do not have to turn these problems in, but you should look at them as part of your preparation for Exam #2 (Thursday, October 23rd.) The two problems from Chapter 11 are not a misprint.

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  • To estimate your current grade sum your problem set scores, your lab scores and your exam score and divide by the total possible. For an even better estimate of your grade do the following; find the percentage of your homework, laboratory and exam scores. Multiply the homework and lab scores by 0.22 and the exam score by .55 and add those three numbers together. That is the best estimate of your current grade.
  • While surfing I found this site for information on medical careers. You may have this information already, but I found it interesting.

    Important links for Fall 1997 CHEM 1314

    Here are pdf versions of the problem sets. You will need a version of the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read/print these files.

    Problem Set #4

    Problem Set #4 Grading Information

    Answers to Problem Set #4 Update

    Problem Set #5 (DUE: Wednesday 10/8/97)

    Problem Set #5 Grading Information

    Answers to Problem Set #5

    Problem Set #6 (DUE: Wednesday 10/15/97)

    Problem Set #6 Grading Information

    Answers to Problem Set #6

    Problem Set #7 (DUE: Friday 10/17/97)

    Problem Set #7 Grading Information

    Answers to Problem Set #7

    Here are the answers to the questions on our first examination. Along with the answers are notes which describe how each question was graded.

    Here is the pdf file for one of my sample CHEM 1314 examination.

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