Last updated on Friday, January 19, 2001 at 8:45 am
  • Our first HELP Session is scheduled for Monday, January 22, 2001 at 8:00 pm in PS141. I'll answer questions from the Review Problem Set or PS1.
  • Office hours will be abbreviated on Friday, January 19th. I must attend a meeting in Greeley, Colorado over the weekend and I must leave campus by 11:15 am.
  • I've added an FAQ link to the menu selection in the left frame. Lots of useful information there...check it out.
  • Draft form on lecture notes for today's class are available.
  • The Review Problem Set and Problem Set #1 are now available.
  • Currently CHEM 1515 section 004 is open. Continue to check here for openings.
  • Want some EXTRA CREDIT? Complete the form at the SID#/Name link.
  • Remember, if you want your CHEM 1314 Exam IV and Final exam and problem sets and laboratory write-ups drop by my office starting on Monday.
  • Welcome to CHEM 1515.
  • Remember NO CLASS on Monday, January 15, 2001. The University is celebrating Martin Luther King's Holiday.
  • 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;
  • Lecture Notes for Friday, November 17, 2000 and Monday, November 20, 2000: Ionic compounds.

    Lecture Notes for Monday, November 20, 2000: Covalent compounds and electronegativity.

    Lecture Notes for Monday, November 27, 2000: Lewis structures.

    Lecture Notes for Wednesday, December 6, 2000: Valence Shell Electron-Pair Repulsion.


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