Chemistry 1403 Lecture Slides
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Hi, You have entered Dr. Bob Belford's Slide Show for my University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chemistry 1403 Class. These slides are currently being updated for the Spring of 2010.
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show. Note, I have not included animations in this WEB presentation, nor have I
included the associated notes. These slides are a rough presentation outline,
and can in no way be considered as an alternative to attending lecture.
These slide lectures are based on the class text "Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity", 4th ed. by Kotz & Treichel
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Chapters with subject description have been updated to this semester's lecture. Many of these slides will have solutions to problems which were not given in the lecture handouts and can be used to check your notes.
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