CHEM 1040 (Fall 19)
Those who have *not* successfully completed Grade 12 Chemistry (e.g., SCH4U in Ontario) must complete CHEM 1060 – Introductory Chemistry before proceeding to CHEM 1040.
The CHEM 1040 CourseLink website is accessed through the portal http://courselink.uoguelph.ca. Your username is your Central Login ID (part of your U of G e-mail address before the “@” sign). Your password is your Central Login Account Password. Course access starts Sept. 5, 12:00 AM. Access this site regularly for announcements, assessments and resources.
A course outline provides information about what you can expect from a course and what is expected of you. The Fall 2019 CHEM 1040 course outline can be found on CourseLink under Content. Prior to access to CourseLink, please refer to the CHEM 1040 handout which provides initial information about the course.
- Thursday, Sept. 5 for lecture sections 02, 03 and 05 or
- Friday, Sept. 6 for lecture sections 01 and 04
Note: You can only attend the lecture section for which you are registered.
Labs start the week of Monday, September 9 to Friday, September 13th. This is a mandatory safety session.
In the meantime, double check your Class Schedule to make sure your three-hour lab period does not overlap with any other courses. If you find a conflict, resolve it immediately through WebAdvisor or contact your Program Counsellor. Note: The Add Period ends Friday, September 13th, which is the last day you can make changes to your Class Schedule.
General Chemistry, D. Ebbing & S. Gammon, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.
You can use the 10th, 9th or 8th edition for CHEM 1040 (and CHEM 1050 next semester).
The publisher provides 10th ed. textbook options that include a hardcopy of the text or e-text, plus Online Web-based Learning (OWL) resources. This package can be purchased from one of the campus bookstores.
Copies of the 10th edition text and Student Solutions Manual can also be signed out from the Library for 2 hours through the Course Reserves Desk.
2. CHEM 1040 Laboratory Manual and Organic Chemistry Notes:
Can only be purchased from the Chemistry Department.
Summerlee Science Complex (SSC) 2106 - Cash Only
No cheques or credit cards. Exact cash is appreciated.
9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Thurs., Sept. 5, Fri., Sept. 6 and Mon., Sept 9 through to Wed., Sept. 11
- CHEM 1040 Lab Manual: $20.00
- CHEM 1040 Organic Notes: $10.00
- Goggles: $20.00 (Will fit over most prescription glasses.)
3. Safety goggles: (not safety glasses)
Are required and can be either purchased from the Chemistry Department or the University Bookstore.
4. Lab coats:
Are required. Lab coats with snaps (not buttons) can be purchased from the Chemistry & Biochemistry Club for $20 (cash only sales) in SSC 2111 Sept. 5, 6, 9 & 10, or until sold out. Sizes from XS to XL are available to try on. Lab coats (with buttons) are sold at the University Bookstore (Sizes XXS – XXL).
5. Scientific calculator:
With ln, ex, log10 and 10x functions. Note: Calculators or notebook computers capable of storing text information are not allowed in examinations.
6. Organic/Inorganic Molecular Model Kit:
Will assist in visualising molecular shapes, organic chemistry structures and Dry Lab D exercises. A kit can be purchased from one of the campus bookstores.
7. Pearson Mastering Chemistry:
You have the option of completing online assignments for grades. If you choose this option, you need to purchase access to a MasteringChemistry account. There is a grace period on payment of 2 weeks, so you can explore the site prior to paying for access. A 12-month access code can be purchased online through the Mastering site ($66) or through one of the campus bookstores, e.g., University Bookstore is selling access codes for $74.25 while the Co-op Bookstore has them for $66. W20 CHEM 1050 will also offer optional homework, so purchased access covers both courses.