Dr. Robert Zellmer's Home Page

rzellmer@chemistry.ohio-state.edu

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280B Celeste Lab

Phone: (614) 292-2149

Office Hours : M, W, F: 1:30 - 2:30 PM and T, R: 10:00 - 11:30 AM and by appt. or walk-in any time.

Lecture Time (Chem1250): M, W, F 10:20 - 11:15 AM

Lecture Time (Chem1250): T, R 2:20 - 3:40 PM


Welcome to my home page


Acid-Base Humor "Dys"functional Groups Label Your Axes

Pay Attention


A Failure to Plan is a Plan to Fail

The Will to Win means Nothing if you Don't have the Will to Prepare


NATIONAL CHAMPS - 2015


OSU 42



Oregon 20 (quack, quack, aaaaargh!)


CALCULATOR POLICY

  • ALLOWED CALCULATORS:  Chem 1110, 1210-1220, 1250 - Summer 2014

  • ALLOWED CALCULATORS:  Chem 1110, 1210-1220, 1250 - NEW POLICY, Autumn 2014


  • INSTRUCTIONS for Viewing Course Materials


    INSTRUCTIONS for Using Carmen

    Link to Carmen


    Bookstore Locations and Phone Numbers


    Studying for Chemistry

  • Some Ways College and High School are Different

  • Studying - College & High School Differences - short version

  • Studying Methods - 1210, 1220

  • Studying Methods - 1250

  • Studying Methods - 1110


  • Doing Calculations and Graphs for Reports

    Using MS Excel for Reports


    Current Semester Courses

    Chemistry 1110 - Su12

    Chemistry 1210 - Sp15

    Chemistry 1220 - Sp15

    Chemistry 1250 - Sp15


    Spring Semester 2015 - TA Info

    TA List for ALL TAs by course and lecturer (including e-mail links)

    TA Schedule for Room 170 Celeste (LRC) - by date/time


    Old Quarter Courses

    Chemistry 101 - F11

    Chemistry 102 - W10

    Chemistry 122 - Sp12

    Chemistry 125 - Sp12


    Map to UniPrint (Station 88 in the Ohio Union)


    OSU Chemistry Dept. Online Teaching Resources - Very Useful


    CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics


    OSU Wonders of the World - WOW


    Interesting Science Web Sites


    Chemistry Tutorials on the Web


    Funny Stuff For When You Need a Laugh


    Other Interesting Web Sites


    Get Your Clothes Cleaner with Chemistry


    Geckos and Attractive Forces

    How Stuff Works

    How Stuff Works - batteries, electrical components, etc.



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