CHEM 1215 Fall 1999
- I've added some lecture notes for
neutralization reactions which James will discuss on
Wednesday (10/6/99) while I'm in Austin.
- If you have laboratory on this Thursday
(10/7/99) I have prepared some materials which you may
find useful as you are preparing for the laboratory.
Since the experiment write-ups did not get distributed
this information is even more important. Check it out at
the Laboratory link.
- Problem Set #8 (due Monday, October 11,
1999) is available at the Problem Set link on our Web
page. If you did not get a copy go there. James will not
have any in class on Wednesday.
- James Greuel is covering my class on
Wednesday, October 6, 1999 while I'm in Austin, Texas for
a one day meeting. I'm just gone that day so I'll be
around on Thursday if you have questions. James will
discuss neutralization reactions on Wednesday and I'll
discuss single replacement reactions on Friday.
- Wednesday, October 6, 1999 is officially a
Monday. Students are to go to their Monday classes. If
you have a Monday CHEM 1215 Laboratory you will do
Experiment #7: Specific Heats of Metals.
- Thursday, October 7, 1999 and Friday,
October 8, 1999 are normal Thursday and Friday class
days. Students who have a CHEM 1215 laboratory on
Thursday, October 7, 1999 will do Experiment #5: Acidity
and Alkalinity. This is a laboratory handout. See Dr. G
for a copy of this experiment.
- Magnesium fires: From the Fire Protection
Handbook, 18th Edition (thanks goes to Frank Carter). It
is not recommended to use water because magnesium
combines with the oxygen in water, as well as carbon
dioxide. It can also react with nitrogen in the
atmosphere. So magnesium fires must be handled VERY
carefully. Some recommendations for use to extinquish
magnesium fires include graphitized coke; a mixture of
KCl, NaCl and BaCl2, among others. Consult the
Fire Protection Handbook for correct procedures and
extinquishing agents for magnesium fires.
- New lecture notes have been posted.
- I'm looking at when our second exam
(Wednesday, October 13, 1999) is scheduled and what we
have covered. It looks like this exam will cover all the
nomenclature, and chemical equation stuff. This is a lot
of memory work. So please, please get busy memorizing. If
you wait to the last minute you will be very frustrated.
Check the Chapter 5, 6 and 7 lecture notes.
- Here are the pictures I took in class last
- You will receive your Secret Idenification
Code Number (SIC#) in laboratory beginning Monday,
September 20, 1999. I will begin posting the grades which
I have from the TA's next week on our web site. Be sure
to check the magnitude of all your scores to be sure the
values I have agree with the values you have. If there
are ANY differences see your TA with the graded
assignment that was recorded incorrectly.
- Need some Help with your chemistry? The
Chemistry Department offers free tutoring in PS023
(basement of Physical Sciences). Check the Free Tutoring
link on the left for the hours. Note that those TA's
teaching CHEM 1215 are identified with the red color.
Don't forget my office hours are 1:30 - 2:20 pm on M,
- Announcements for Wednesday, October 6, 1999
- Announcements for Wednesday, September 29, 1999
- Announcements for Monday, September 27, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, September 24, 1999
- Announcements for Wednesday, September 22, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, September 17, 1999
- Announcements for Wednesday, September 15, 1999
- Announcements for Monday, September 13, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, September 10, 1999
- Announcements for Wednesday, September 8, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, September 3, 1999
- Announcements for Wednesday, September 1, 1999
- Announcements for Monday, August 30, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, August 27, 1999
- Announcements for Monday, August 23, 1999
- Announcements for Friday, August 20, 1999
- Announcements for Monday, August 16, 1999
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