CH 350 Chemical Literature
||Dr. Arlene Courtney, NS 112
||MW 9-11, W 1-2 (other hours by appointment)
||Dodd, The ACS Style Guide
||Maizell, How to Find Chemical Information (instructor)
Chemical Information Sources (instructor)
Ridley, On-line Searching (instructor)
Day, Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists and Other Professionals
||In this course you will learn to distinguish the various types of
chemical information sources and to choose appropriate sources to
solve specific chemical information problems. You will become aware
of computer-based sources and techniques and learn to perform efficient
searches for subjects, authors and substances. You will learn how
to locate chemical and physical properties for substances.
It is your responsibility to turn in assigments on the date
due. LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN
Cheating is a serious offense. If you cheat on any assignment, the
minimum penalty is a grade of zero for that work.
Your conduct may also be referred to the Student Conduct Committee for assessment
of a more severe penalty.
||2 @ 15 pts
2 @ 10 pts
B: 174-166 pts
C: 154-146 pts
D: 134-126 pts
F: Below 116 pts
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