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CHEM 112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tasmania, Moodle, White Coat


Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHEM 112
Professor
John Carran
Lecture
1

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SYLLABUS
Site: Queen's Moodle
Course: CHEM 112 FW General Chemistry
Book: Syllabus
Printed
by: Emily Li
Date: Tuesday, 8 September 2015, 11:38
PM
Table of contents
Overview
Date, Time, and Location of Course
Instructors and Contact Information
Instructor Office Hours:
TA Information
Course Goals and Objectives
oLearning Outcomes
Academic Integrity
Copyright of Course Materials
Grading Scheme
Grading Method
Late Policy
Accommodation Policy
Calculator Policy
Textbook and Learning Support Resources
oTextbook and Online homework
oLab Supplies Package:
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oLab Safety
oOnline Resources
Overview
Welcome to CHEM 112!
This blended course will provide you with introductory knowledge of chemistry that can be used in your
upper-level studies at Queen’s, or in other aspects of your life. This course involves a large number of
students with a wide range of interests. Our goals are to ensure that you:
* acquire a basic understanding of fundamental chemical concepts
* are exposed to many areas of chemistry
* develop practical skills needed to undertake chemical research
* understand the value and application of chemistry in real-world scenarios
Some of you will pursue degrees in chemistry – we want to ensure you have the chemical knowledge
necessary to succeed in this endeavour. The rest of you will pursue degrees in which chemical concepts
appear to varying degrees – we want to ensure that you have the basic knowledge needed to recognize
when chemical concepts are needed in your studies and to apply those concepts.
To meet these goals, the course will cover a series of topics in the three broadly defined areas of:
* chemical structure and bonding
* chemical equilibria
* chemical kinetics
You will learn through several different modes, including:
* lectures
* labs
* tutorials
* online assignments
* assigned readings
To be successful in this course, you will have to stay on top of these various components. In particular,
completion of the online assignments and readings will be very important for successfully following the
lectures, tutorials and labs. You will undertake the online assignments and readings independently, so
you will have to be disciplined to ensure that you do not ‘fall behind’ in the course. The benefit of taking
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a disciplined and steady approach to the research will be an increased comprehension of the material,
which will leave you better prepared for tests. Overall, we hope you enjoy the course and learn material
beyond that you’ve seen in high school, while developing skills and acquire knowledge that will serve
you throughout your post-secondary studies.
Date, Time, and Location of Course
Section* Weekly lecture Day Time Location
001 1 Monday 8:30 – 9:30 Duncan McArthur
Hall
2 Thursday 9:30 – 10:30 Duncan McArthur
Hall
002 1 Monday 11:30 – 12:30 BIOSCI AUD
2 Thursday 12:30 – 1:30 BIOSCI AUD
003 1 Monday 2:30 – 3:30 CHERNF AUD
2 Thursday 3:30 – 4:30 CHERNF AUD
*Not sure what lecture section you’re in? Check it out on SOLUS
Instructors and Contact Information
With an enrolment of nearly 1200 students, CHEM 112 is one of the biggest courses on campus. There
are over two dozen faculty, staff and graduate students involved with the course. This page tells you a
bit more about each of their roles, and how to contact them.
Course Co-Ordinator (Dr. Michael Mombourquette)
The course co-ordinator is responsible for the overall academic and administrative operations of CHEM
112. He will also usually be the lecturer in one or more lecture sections. Please see the course co-
ordinator if you have questions or concerns regarding any of the following: accommodation, academic
integrity, grading, tutorials, exams, or the use of online learning tools (Mastering Chemistry, Moodle).
Learn more about Michael Mombourquette (webpage mjm5@queensu.ca )
Lab Co-Ordinator (Dr. Michael Mombourquette)
The lab co-ordinator is responsible for the overall academic and administrative operations of the CHEM
112 laboratories. Please see the lab co-ordinator if you have any questions about the following: lab
grades, make-up and missed labs, questions about the lab material, or questions regarding lab safety.
Learn more about Dr. Mombourquette (webpage mjm5@queensu.ca )
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