In class review - Mon. Oct. 17

In class review - Mon. Oct. 17

I will review materials from L1-L9 for the first mid-term, which takes place on Wed. Oct. 19, 2016 in class.

Tutorial #2 update

Tutorial #2 update

UPDATE: Oct. 13, 2016

Tutorial #2 - First Law Stuff
Date and Time: Fri. Oct. 14 (reading week) and Mon. Oct. 17 from 2:30-4:00 pm
Locations: Fri.: Biology 121 Mon. Dillon Hall 253
Tutor: David Hirsh
Note: Both tutorials are the same - you only need to attend one or the other!

Mid-term #1, Tutorial #2 and consultation times

Mid-term #1 will take place during class time (12:30-1:25 pm) on Wed. Oct. 19, 2016 in:
CHN 133 (usual classroom).

All materials covered between Sep. 9 - Oct. 7 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 L1-L9
• Equation Sheet 1 (this is the exact sheet used on the mid-term)
• Mid-term #1 Review - done in class, Oct. 19, 2015
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 #2 - First Law Stuff
Date and Time: Fri. Oct. 14 (reading week) and Mon. Oct. 17 from 2:30-4:00 pm
Locations: TBA
Tutor: David Hirsh

Consultation times:
Consultation times for Mid-term #1 are available on Fri. Oct. 14 and Tues. Oct. 18 (I cannot offer times on Mon. Oct. 17 due to conflicts with teaching).
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!

Next three lectures - schedule change

On Oct. 3, 5 and 7, we will be covering the following material (dates have been updated on the notes page):

Oct. 3: Qualitative treatment of the 1st Law (in class only)
Oct. 5: Lecture 9 - The First Law: Machinery
Oct. 7: Lecture 8 - Thermochemistry (covered by David Hirsh)