CEM 101 course is designed to facilitate your
introduction to the wonderful world of chemistry.
web site contains my intellectual property that has been removed from
Information Index Page contains "stuff" that will
answer common questions about the mechanics and administrative issues of the
class, as well as extra non-class material for enlightenment, and information
about your instructor.
Documents Index Page contains course materials (lecture notes,
slides, flash cards, annotated outcomes, music videos, etc.) designed to
facilitate your introduction into the wonderful world of chemistry.
Info Page contains a photo gallery tour of the lab, a summary of
expected student behaviors (no food, drink, gum, or cell phones in the lab), a
required safety agreement, a comment on legibility, a cover page, and photos
of the lab showing where lab supplies are stored. There are also comments on the
safety links and transcripts for all the DVDís in the Wonderful World of
Chemistry Instructional Course.
Handouts Page contains the chemistry department lab handouts (same
files as on Blackboard), as well as hand-ins, calculation summaries, and
optional information related to the lab.
Briefing Slides Page contains copies of my lab briefing slides in
three different (one, two, or three slides per page) formats
The Chemistry Reading List contains a collection of book references (For those seeking info outside the course material) Topics include: Chemical Magic, Chemistry Stuff, Chemistry in Every Day Living, Toxic Chemistry in the Environment, General Science and Invention, History of Chemistry, Home Experimentation, Kitchen Chemistry, Little Kid Stuff, Media Physics, and Media Science
The McGraw Hill Chemical Dictionary provides correct spelling and short explanations of commonly used chemical terms.
The Beyond CEM101 Page provides lecture slides (color, 1 per page) for material beyond the CEM 101 class, but represents material commonly found in college level introductory classes.
only stupid question is the one that goes unanswered because it is not asked.
dumbest question of all is the one not asked that later appears on an exam.
Chemistrry Index Pages:
Lab Handouts Lab
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This site is intended only for classroom use of the author's CEM 101 chemistry class.
All other uses, in the absence of written permission by the author, are specifically denied.
not created by the author are assumed to be in the public domain.
This site is copyright Larry P. Taylor,
Ph.D. All rights reserved.
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