Finally, per your vote in class today, the topic for next week's quiz will be predict-the-products. This quiz (30 minutes) will be given during your discussion section as usual and will cover all of the reactions discussed in the course through this Thursday's lecture.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Exam 2 is on Monday, October 18 at 6:00 p.m. in room 250 SES. Please arrive 10 minutes early to find your seat and relax to another stunning selection of music. A sample exam has been posted on the course website's File Sharing Page (SampleEx2_SP09.pdf). The format of Exam 2 will be similar to the sample and Exam 1; however, the questions will not be the same. For example, you should know all of the mechanism covered in class so far. You will be asked to write two mechanisms for Exam 2, but they will not necessarily be the same mechanisms that are on the sample exam. In other words, do not rely solely on the sample exam to study. Also review OWL homework, quizzes, clicker questions and lecture notes. For additional practice, complete as many end-of-chapter questions in your textbook as possible. A review session will be held this Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in room 130 SES (check for a propped open door). As before, the review session is student-driven. Bring problems and questions that you would like to work out on the whiteboard with the class. I will not be presenting or lecturing, only guiding and facilitating the discussion from the audience.