||Dr. Paul Shipley, Science room #213
||email: Paul.Shipley@ubc.ca, web site at http://www.people.ouc.bc.ca/pshipley, or by phone at local 79576.
||Chem 121 (or Chem 122 with at least 65%)
||MWF 8:30-9:20 Arts Building Room #114
||Come by my office, or you can reach me by phone or email and we can set up an appointment.
||Science building, room 231. Lab sections begin the week of September
9th with an introductory session.
- Organic Chemistry 3rd Ed., Bruice, P.Y. (2001)
- The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual, Zubrick, J.W., 4th Ed., (1997)
- Chemistry 212/222 Lab Manual - 01/02, Neeland, E. (2002)
- Lab book, as described in the above lab manual
- Molecular model kit (and you thought lincoln logs were fun)
- Lab coat to protect your nice new blue jeans (and the legs
beneath them) - Nice coats are available from the CCU
- Safety goggles, don't leave home without them! - Nice goggles
are available from the CCU
||quizzes & projects
||If you achieve a score on the second exam that is 20% higher than your first, the second exam will be weighted higher.
|Your grades in the laboratory and lecture sections must each exceed 50% in order to receive credit for this course.
||If you miss an exam or a laboratory section, you will not be
allowed to retake or redo the assignment unless you can prove that you
had a valid reason for your absence. A valid reason would be a documented
illness, death in your family, a car accident on the way to class
(please don't run into a tree on your way to school to postpone an
exam), or some similar emergency that you are able to document (photos
of the car after the wreck will be posted on the web page). Invalid
reasons would include breaking up with your girlfriend/boyfriend, an
unmissable curling match, a bad hair day, I think you get the picture