Information on final exam, tutorials and more!

Information on final exam, tutorials and more!

Tutorial #4 - Materials from L15 - L19
Jeff Bell
Thurs. Dec. 8 2:30-3:45
Fri. Dec. 9 2:30 3:45
Location: Chrysler Hall North, G133
Note, these are the same tutorial sessions, you need only attend one of them!

Consultation times
Fri. Dec. 9 10-4:30 (except during in-class review)
Wed. Dec. 7 by appointment (if you cannot make Friday sessions)

Final Exam Review
Rob Schurko
Fri. Dec. 9 12:30-1:20
Location: Chrysler Hall North, G133

Final Exam
Sat. Dec. 10 7-10 pm
Location: Toldo 102

Consultation times can be booked by clicking here! Please pick a slot, and then use the contact page to inform me what slot you would like.

The final exam is comprehensive, but 65-75% of the material will be from Lectures 15-19 (everything after the second mid-term). Only very top level concepts from earlier in the course will be examined - focus your studies on L15-L19.

The final exam format is:
1. Mandatory question, phase diagram, 16 marks.
2-9. Choose 7 of 8, 12 marks each.
Bonus. 4-6 marks
Total marks available: 100
Percentage of final grade: 45

You will be provided with
Equation Sheets 1-3, plus other useful information.

Be sure to check out the
Mindmaps for L15-L19!

You must have the following to write the exam:
1. Pen (blue/black) OR pencil (it is actually useful to do the diagrams in pencil!)
2. Ruler (you will need this for phase diagrams)
3. Calculator
4. Student ID is MANDATORY

Mid-term #2 results

Mid-term #2 results

Raw average: 22.7/40, 56.8%
Curve: 25.7/40, 64.3%


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Mid-term #2, Tutorials and Consultation Times

Mid-term #2 will take place during class time (12:30-1:25 pm) on Fri. Nov. 18, 2016 in:
CHN 133 (usual classroom).

All materials covered in Lectures 10-14 should be considered for this exam.
Focus on assigned problems and in-class exercises, as well as the key derivations.

Downloads (see download page):
• Mindmaps for L10-L14
• Equation Sheets 1 and 2 (this is the exact sheet used on the mid-term)
• Mid-term #2 Review - to be done in class, Wed. Oct. 16, 2016
R conversions (you will have this table on the mid-term)
p conversions (you will have this table on the mid-term)

There are lots of additional downloads and questions/solutions on the Downloads page.

Bring:
• Bring a scientific calculator
• Bring black or blue pens
• Bring student ID

No:
• Pencils (exams will not be remarked in the event of marking errors)
• Red pens
• Whiteout
• Cell phones/pagers/PDAs (must be in Airplane mode)
• Cheating

Notes:

Tutorial #3 - Second Law Stuff
Date and Time: Mon. Nov. 14 and Tues. Nov. 15 from 2:30 - 3:45 pm.
Location: 253 Dillon Hall
Tutor: Cameron Vojvodin
Note: Both tutorials are the same - you only need to attend one or the other!

Consultation times:
Consultation times for Mid-term #2 are available on Thu. Nov. 17, 2016
Click here to book a half-hour slot - please try to come in groups of 2-3 people so that I can see as many people as possible!

Tutorial #3

Tutorial #3

UPDATE: Nov. 3, 2016

Tutorial #3 - Second Law Stuff
Date and Time: Mon. Nov. 14 and Tues. Nov. 15 from 2:30 - 3:45 pm.
Location: 253 Dillon Hall
Tutor: Cameron Vojvodin
Note: Both tutorials are the same - you only need to attend one or the other!

New links for Entropy on the Animations and Links pages

Check out some new items for Entropy (L10-L13)

Links Page

NEW! Argonne researchers posit way to locally circumvent Second Law of Thermodynamics (L10-L13) - From the Argonne National Lab

and

Animations Page

NEW! Where Does Complexity Come From? (L10-L13) Youtube Minute Physics
NEW! How Entropy Powers The Earth (L10-L13) Youtube Minute Physics

Thanks to Ariel Sotomayor and Myriam Kaye for providing these links!

Mid-term #1 results

Mid-term #1 results

Average: 66.7%

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