Chemistry 112
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Spring Semester 2014

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Chemistry 112 is currently being taught by Professor Sharon Hutchison.  Dr. Hutchison's office is in room 217 of Renfrew Hall.  You may contact Dr. Hutchison by e-mail at or by phone at 885-6440.    

Office hours for Spring Semester 2014 are 10:30 - 11:30 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday ; 2:30- 3:15 Monday ; 1:30 - 2:15 Wednesday 

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Announcements:  Select to view course related announcements.

Course Outline:  This is a tentative outline of the sections of the textbook that should be the main emphasis of each day's lecture.  Some topics may carry over into the next lecture and, if time permits, we may begin some topics prior to the day mentioned   Also included are the textbook problems that you should work after each day's lecture.  This outline is not carved in stone and may change as the semester progresses.  

Online Quizzes:  If you wish to receive credit, the quizzes must be completed by the due date and time.  Since you always have at least 10 days to work on them, there will be no exceptions and no extensions with regard to the due date and time. 

Laboratory:  Select for laboratory information

Exam Information:  Select for exam information and to obtain copies of old exams

Grades:  Select for information concerning course grades

Syllabus:  Select for the course syllabus

Renfrew 49 Schedule:  All Chemistry Department Teaching Assistants hold their office hours in REN 49.  TAs for CHEM 112 during Spring 2014 are: Virgil Ricks, Leah Shaffer, Haoyu Zhu (Min) 

Academic Support & Access Programs: 

        Drop in Tutoring

        Small Group Tutoring (request form):  You can sign up individually, but will be assigned a tutor more quickly if you sign up with other students.

Periodic Table (without the Lanthanides and Actinides)

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