Chemistry 102 Spring 2011
Sections 501 and 503

  Dr. Earle G. Stone
Heldenfels Room 123E

845-3010 (no voice mail on this phone) or leave a message at the FYP office: 845-2356

Office Hours: HELD 123E: Tues. and Thur. 8:00-11 AM

I.A. Ester Ocola
S.I. Leader
Mary Hesse
SI sessions will be:
Sunday 4:00-5:00 HECC204
Tuesday 7:00-8:00 HECC209
Thursday 7:00-8:00 HECC209

 


MATERIALS NEEDED:
Suggested Textbook and or other supplemental material for Lecture:
 

purchase text book 7th


Tranyhan's programmed organic nomeclatureKlein organic I


“Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, 7th Edition”, by Kotz/ Treichel/ Townsend Any Edition. The hardbound copy runs from $59 used to $210 new, paperback $115 to $150. The solution manual is usually about $40.

Alternatively Used 4th Editions of Chang's Essentials or 9th Editions of Chang's Chemistry or 6th Editions of Kotz or Averill will cost approximately $5 to $50 plus shipping and are suitable and supported for this class.

General Chemistry I as a Second Language: Mastering the Fundamental Skills by David R. Klein and Organic Chemistry as a Second Language by David R. Klein and/or Organic Nomenclature: A Programmed Introduction by Traynham will prove helpful for this course and Organic I should you need to take that class

There is an O-chem II and a Physics as a Second Language (for either Algebra based or Calculus based) for those who may have to take those classes. These books do not replace the text, yet provide the leg up needed to succeed.