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CHEMISTRY 101 D2 (DELANEY), SPRING 2001

BOOK: "General Chemistry", 5th Ed., K. W. Whitten, R. E. Davis & M. L. Peck, Suanders College Publishing, Harcourt Brace College Publishers, Fort Worth, TX 1996. The study guide is recommended but not required. For those wishing to work extra problems, a test bank is available from the book store.

WEEK
Jan 16Chapter 1-Matter & Measurement
Jan 22Chapter 1-Matter & Measurement, continued
Jan 29Chapter 2-Atoms, Molecules and Ions
Feb 5Chapter 2-Atoms, Molecules and Ions, continued
Feb 9TEST 1: Chaps. 1, 2
Feb 12 Chapter 5-Quantum Theory and the Electronic Structure of Atoms
Feb 19Chapter 6-Periodic Relationships among the Elements
Feb 26-28MARDI GRAS HOLIDAY
Mar 2Chapter 26-Nuclear Chemistry
Mar 5Chapter 26-Nuclear Chemistry continued
Mar 9TEST 2: Chapters 5,6,26
Mar 12Chapter 8-Chemical Bonding I: Basic Concepts
Mar 19Chapter 9-Chemical Bonding II: Molecular Geometry & Molecular Orbitals
Mar 26Chapter 3-Stoichiometry
Mar 3TEST 3: Chapters 8,9,& 3
Apr 2Chapter 4-Aqueous Reactions & Reaction Types
Apr 9-13SPRING BREAK
Apr 16Chapter 12-The Gaseous State
Apr 23Chapter 13 & 14-Intermolecular Forces, Liquids & Solids, Solution Properties
Apr 27Test 4: Chaps. 4, 12, 13 & 14
Apr 30Review
May 7FINAL EXAM, CHEM 101 D2 (MWF 11 AM), Monday May 7 at 12:30-2:30 pm

The class will be graded on a ten point grading scale, 100-90 = A, 89-80 = B, 79-70 = C, 69-60 = D, 59-0 = F. There will be four hourly exams each worth 100 points, four group homework assignments each worth 25 points and a final worth 100 points. Valid excuses for missing an exam are death in the immediate family, illness (with a doctor's excuse) and official university functions. For all problems, please talk to Dr. Delaney before missing the exam, if possible. If other problems arise please contact Dr. Delaney. All make-up exams will be given on Wednesday through Friday preceding finals week. Dr. Delaney's office is Kirkman 224C (Phone 475-5754). During office hours he may be found there or in his lab in Kirkman 215 (Lab phone: 475-5956). Appointments may be made with Dr. Delaney by students unable to attend announced and posted office hours. E-mail: delaney@mail.mcneese.edu Office Hours: M-F 8-11 am, T 11-12 am

ADA STATEMENT: STUDENTS WITH IMPAIRED SENSORY, MANUAL OR SPEAKING SKILLS ARE ENCOURAGED AND HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT THEIR INSTRUCTOR, IN A TIMELY FASHION, REGARDING REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION NEEDS.

Dr. Delaney will attempt to make every reasonable accommodation for those with disabilities of any type.