CHEMISTRY 1110 SYLLABUS
FALL Semester 2006
Dr. Bobby Stanton
Office: 518 Chemistry
CHEMISTRY FOR THE NON-SCIENTIST, 3rd Ed. , B. J. Stanton, Pearson Custom Publishing Co.,
EXPERIMENTS WITH MEASURENET IN GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY,
Stanton and Zhu, Contemporary Publishing Co., 4th. Ed., 2006.
Three Exams (25% each)
Final Exam (Comprehensive)
**There are NO Makeup Exams, if you miss an exam, you must see Dr. Stanton for a remedy.
Grading Scale: > 89.0% A 85-88.9% B+
65-74.9 C 50-64.9 D < 49.9% F
Fri day, Sept. 15
Friday, Oct. 13
Friday, Nov. 17
Final Exam: Monday, December 11, 2006 8:00-11:00 AM
You can access the CHEM 1110 Webpage from any computer on or off campus. The only requirement
is that you are using Netscape 3.0 or higher.
The URL is: http://webct.uga.edu
Select LogIn to my WebCT. Click on CHEM 1110.
User ID and Password
You must have a UGA MyID to access the webpage. If you have an UGA Webmail account, your
Webmail login is your UGA MyID, and your Webmail password is your password. For example, if
your login is:
Your UGA MyID is jdoe.
If you do not have a UGA MyID, go to http://www.uga.edu/myid/ and sign up for your UGA MyID
account on line.
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COURSE
You must initiate a withdrawal request through Oasis. If you withdraw from the course, you must also
withdraw from the lab, and vice-versa. The last day to withdraw from lecture and lab is Monday,
Environmental Concerns Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Depletion, Acid Rain, Chemical and Nuclear Waste
Disposal, Water and Air Pollution, Radon Gas
Measurements in Chemistry Metric System units for mass, length, and volume, Dimen