Chemistry 1303.002

General Chemistry

Fall Term, 2017

Monday/Wednesday/Friday 11:00 - 11:50 A.M.

 

Room 133, Fondren Science Building

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW OFFICE HOURS starting October 16. See below and listen for announcements in class.

 

General Information  

 This webpage includes a large number of links, including those in the box below.  You must read all of the links for a complete description of the course and student responsibilities.

Lecture Outlines

Homework problems

Schedule/Calendar

Calculators

Note:  The SMU Chemistry Society will sell these the first week of class for $15.

Assessment

Progress Measures (Exams and Quizzes)

Textbook

Assistance

Assessment Measures and Progress Checks

Advice

Attendance

Learning Outcomes

 

Instructor: Dr. Patty Wisian-Neilson

Office: Room 309 Fondren Science

Telephone: 214-768-2483

Email: pwisian@smu.edu

Office Hours

Patty Wisian-Neilson Room 309 Fondren Science

The following hours are subject to some changes due to mandatory meetings, etc., so please listen in class for announced changes.

New office hours starting October 16

  • Mondays: Noon to 12:50 P.M.

  • Tuesdays: 11:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

As announced in class or under announcements above.

Note these office hours are over the traditional lunch times, to maximize opportunities for students to come to office hours.  You are welcome to bring your lunch to my office. 

 

Virtual Office hours (discussion board) click here

 

Note: Last day to drop course is Friday, November 3, 2017

Withdrawal from lecture REQUIRES simultaneous withdrawal from lab.

If a student is enrolled in both Chem 1303 (lecture) and Chem 1113 (lab) in the same semester, a withdrawal from Chem 1303 REQUIRES simultaneous withdrawal from Chem 1113.

Before making the decision to drop or stay in this course when you are likely to fail, please read this message which explains what is often misnamed  as "freshman forgiveness".

General Information  

 This webpage includes a large number of links.  You must read all of the links for a complete description of the course and student responsibilities.

 

Some useful links:

Polyatomic anions (Can you see the pattern in naming these?  It greatly eases learning them.)

Link to videos

Tips for premeds from a premed

 You be able to THINK CRITICALLY and to APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE you gain to strategically solve problems.  

 

This page is maintained by Patty Wisian-Neilson. Please contact her at pwisian@smu.edu if there are missing links or other problems with the page.

This file last updated October 18, 2017.