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Who Has the information you are looking for?

Spring 2019/Fall 2019

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Christof Grewer
Instructor Chem 108
ACTIVE Center
S2 221

 

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Clarice Kelleher
Instructor Chem 111
ACTIVE Center
S2 221

 

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Steven Murphy
Instructor Chem 107,
108, 111
Course Coordinator Chem 111
S2 223

 

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Benjamin Turnpenny
Instructor Chem 107
Course Coordinator Chem 107, 108
Chemflix Videos
S2 222

 

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Simon Tong
Instructor Chem 101, 102
S2 220

 

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CJ Zhong
Instructor Chem 111
SN 2015

 

 Alexsa Silva
Directory of Instruction
and Outreach
S2 123

 

Mary Bridge
General Chemistry Lab Coordinator
S2 117

 

Quintin Klenchik
General Chemistry Lab Technician
S2 111

Which Chemistry Class is right for you?

Spring 2019/Fall 2019

Chemistry 100: Basic Chemistry
Fall 2019

A general preparatory course focused on the basic skills and problem solving techniques necessary for a general chemistry course.

Chemistry 101: Introduction to Chemistry 1
Fall 2019

First semester course of a two course sequence where students focus on the knowledge of chemistry and gaining a background appropriate for a professional career such as nursing, social sciences or management.
chem101@binghamton.edu

 

Chemistry 102: Introduction to Chemistry 2
Spring

Second semester course of a two course sequence where students focus on the knowledge of chemistry and gaining a background appropriate for a professional career such as nursing, social sciences or management. (pre-requisite Chem 101)
chem102@binghamton.edu

Chemistry 107: Introductory Chemical Principles 1

First course of a two course sequence for the fundamentals of chemistry. This is appropriate for science majors and pre-health specialties.
chem107@binghamton.edu

Chemistry 108: Introductory Chemical Principles 2

Second course of a two course sequence for the fundamentals of chemistry. This is appropriate for science majors and pre-health specialties.
chem108@binghamton.edu.

Chemistry 111: Chemical Principles

A one semester general chemistry course for science and engineering majors.
chem111@binghamton.edu

Where can you get general chemistry support?

 

General Chemistry Office Hours

Office Hours

TAs and Faculty are available throughout the week. No appointment necessary just stop by during any of the office hours!

 

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ACTIVE Center

Are you struggling with the basics in general chemistry? Do you feel under-prepared for the course?  Contact the Dr. Kelleher to discuss the ACTIVE Center.

 

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Chemflix

Do you want to go to office hours, but never have the time?  Dr. Turnpenny offers practice problem office Hour videos available from for students in Chem 107108.

 

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PS Chemistry

Practice problem solving sessions for Chem 107/108/111 guided by former general chemistry students.

 

Homework and Practice Problems

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LON-CAPA

Online/assigned work can be found here, such as homework, prelab and post lab questions.

 

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 Are you looking for practice problems? Look on your course specific site for Chem 107/108

 

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Are you looking for practice problems? Look on your course specific site for Chem 111

Last Updated: 6/3/19