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General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




1

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This semester, you will discover fundamental concepts of general chemistry including atomic theory

and
molecular structure
, the mole concept, stoichiometry, states of

matter
,

and solutions
. We will also
explore the nature of
chemical formulas and nomenclature, periodicity, chemical bonding
,

energy
relationships
,

chemical kinetics
,

and equilibrium. Over the next 15 weeks, we will cover
content

that,
upon mastery, will

provide
you

with

the solid foundation on which you will

build
your future academic
endeavors
. Active

study of the material both
in and outside of class will be necessary for

a

thorough
working
understanding of the
required

material. You should gain a de
ep understanding chemistry

in
general

with an emphasis on

its

applicability to everyday life.



This course
also
i
ncludes 42 hours of laboratory work. COREQ: MATH

114 or higher.


PROFESSOR


Dr.
Jacqueline L. Fajardo
, Ph.D.
; Office (
169

BRL); Phone (
TBD
); e
-
mail (
jfajardo@udel.edu
)
.


CLASS MEETS

Lecture 014


MWF

8:00 am to 8:50 am in SHARP LAB 130
;
Lab Sections 110L
-
117
L

Lecture 015


TR 8:00 am


9:15 am
SHARP LAB 130;
Lab Sections 120L
-
128
L

Workshop

ALL Sect
ions: Thursday from 5:00 pm to
6:30

pm

(
Location
s
TBD)



(Workshop 0

is

August 29

in
120SMI
)


REQUIRED COURSE SUPPLIES

(Available at University Bookstore)

Lab Manual
:

Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry, 3rd Ed.
, Kramer, Wingrave




ISBN:
978
-
0
-
7380
-
3578
-
9


i>clicker Device
:

rf response key pad (“clicker”)


Safety Goggles
:

Must have
“ANSI” or “AS/NZS” on lenses) are
REQUIRED
AT ALL TIMES
IN THE LAB
!

Long Pants Shoes & Shirts with Sleeves Required.




NO

Shorts, Skirts, Sandals, Open
-
Toed

Shoes or Bare midriffs.


Calculators



Non
-
Programmable, Non
-
Graphing c
alculators
may be
used on
exams.

NO EXCEPTIONS
.
Required functions; +,
-
, x, ÷, log, ln,
, trig
.;
$
10
-
20
.


OPTIONAL COURSE SUPPLIES


Textbook
:


Silberberg,
Chemistry, 3
rd

Ed.
,
McGraw Hill, 2013 (ISBN: 978
-
0
-
07
-
340269
-
9)

eTextbook
:

eBook with Connect Plus Chemistry and LearnSmart (ISBN:
9780077386504
)

Miscellaneous
:

Surviving General Chemistry



PROF. FAJARDO
OFFICE
HOURS

Tuesday/Thursday




10:0
0

am


11:30 a
m


BRL

169

Wednesday
/Friday


9:15

am
-

10:15

am


BRL

169



TA OFFICE HOURS

M/T/W/R



Schedule to be announced


BRL 308


General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




2

Tentative Grading Scheme

Component

% of Final Grade

Exams (3)

45

Lecture Quizzes (via Clicker)

5

Workshop

5

Homework assignments

5

Final
Exam

15

Laboratory Grade

25


*
Midterm Grades

will

be estimated from Exam #1
, homework, and clicker quizzes, but NOT lab grades!

-
If you have no score for E
xam #1, your
midterm grade

will be an "N".


Point


Grade Relationship


TTL POINTS (%)

GRADE

TTL POINTS (%)

GRADE

TTL POINTS (%)

GRADE



800
-
720 (90)


A



625
-
600 (75)


B
-


475
-
450 (56)

D +


720
-
700 (88)


A
-




600
-
575 (72)


C +


450
-
425 (53)

D


700
-
675 (84)


B +




575
-
500 (63)


C


425
-
400 (50)

D
-


675
-
625 (78)


B



500
-
475 (59)


C
-


400
-
0



F


Consider now, for a moment, the sheer importance of the lecture quizzes, workshop, and
homework assignments on your total course grade



WORKSHOPS (Thursday 5:00
-
6:30 pm)

1)

Workshops contributes to

5% of your total course grade. Points are based exclusively on group
work. You will not earn credit for working by yourself.

2)

Workshops will be held every Thursday, except on exam weeks, and wi
ll be led by undergraduate
scholars who have already successfully completed the course.

3)

Workshop problems will often be presented in a
Jeopardy Board

format and may include example
problems from old exams.

4)

Workshop Orientation


“Workshop 0”


is your orie
ntation to Workshop and will be held THIS
Thursday, August 29. Location
SMI 120
.

5)

For Workshop Orientation (Workshop 0), please attend EITHER 6:00 pm


6:30 pm (Section 014)
OR 6:30 pm


7:00 pm (Section 015).

6)

All other workshops will occur, weekly, from
5:00 pm


6:30 pm, as scheduled.

7)

Alternate
-
Time Workshops


Scheduled ONLY during Workshop 0.

8)

Rules: sign in when you arrive and sign out when you leave. Do NOT sign in your friends. This is a
form of academic dishonesty.


Missed Workshop Guidelines

1)

There

are NO make
-
up workshops, however…you may attend an ALTERNATE time workshop.

2)

If you miss a Workshop, please try to attend an alternate time Workshop.

3)

Be sure to inform Workshop Leader if you visit an alternate time Workshop.

4)

If group work is satisfactory,

you will earn credit for the missed Workshop
only if you have informed
the Workshop Leader
.


WORKSHOP
DATES:
See Schedule below







ROOMS:

TBD

General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




3

LABORATORY

1)

The laboratory component is linked to lecture and is therefore an integral part of CHEM103. As
s
uch, your Lab grade will contribute
to 25% to your overall CHEM 103 course

grade.

2)

Attendance
and

safe participation are both REQUIRED
.

Safety Goggles
:

“ANSI” or “AS/NZS”.

3)

Lab will meet once per week
starting

the week of
Monday, September 9, 2013
.

4)

Report to lab
promptly

each week in order to hear lab instruction presentation by

your

TA
. If you
arrive late, your TA
may not allow you to enter.

5)

You must pass lab in order to pass the course. Two or more
unexcused

labs will result
in
an
incomplete grade for
the course.
A list of EXCUSED absences are described below.


LABORATORY STRUCTURE

DUE

as you ENTER lab


1)

A Written Pre
-
Laboratory Assignment

2)

A completed materials safety data sheet (MSDS) analysis for
two

chemicals that will be used in that
week’s lab.

MSDS Link
:

TBD

3)

Lab safety training will occur during your first Lab #1 (
Week of 09/09/2013
). You
must
bring a
completed Lab 1A with you to participate in lab.


Start of

Lab

At the start of lab, your TA will

administer a lab quiz and prov
ide you with an introduction to

the
week’s lab.

The introduction will include a discussion on proper laboratory set
-
up, lab safety, and lab
expectations for the week.

Please arrive promptly.
For safety reasons, y
our TA reserves the right to
restrict you from entering lab if you are late. If you are late for lab and not permitted to enter, you will
NOT be allowed to make
-
up the lab at an alternate time, and the missed lab will be treated as
UNEXCUSED.

In other wo
rds, you will score a zero for that week’s lab.


DUE

as you LEAVE lab


Data, r
esults
, and your

Post
-
Lab
oratory

report
.


OTHER LABORATORY CONCERNS

Laboratory survey

Y
ou must complete a brief survey
(found on Sakai)
o
f your lab experience each week
.


Make
-
up

Labs

1)

Labs and make
-
up labs can ONLY be done during the week scheduled
and only
WITH

a lab
pass.
You must p
lan ahead!!


2)

See Professor Fajardo (BRL 169)

for a lab pass.
Alternatively, please see Professor
Wingrave (BRL
204) or Ms. Ayers
-
Alexander (BRL 104)
for a lab pass.


Missed labs

will be either EXCUSED or UNEXCUSED.

1)

UNEXCUSED LAB ABSENCE

a.

A score of zero (0) will be

recorded for an UNEXCUSED LAB
, lowering your lab score.

b.

Two or more UNEXCUSED absences will result in an incomplete grade for
CHEM103F13
.

2)

EX
CUSED
LAB ABSENCE

a.

Excused absences m
ust meet the criteria established in your academic catalog (see below).


b.

Each missed lab that is EXCUSED will NOT affect your

overall

lab score.

3)

An excessive number of missed labs (including BOTH excused AND unexcused) w
ill result in an
incomplete grade for CHEM103F13.

General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




4

QUIZZES

(
In
-
Class
)

1)

Quizzes will serve
as a quick formative assessment of your prog
r
ess and understanding

throughout
the semester
. You must be in lecture to receive credit for a quiz. Your quizzes are worth
5% of
overall course grade
.

2)

Quizzes are unannounced and will occur in the form of “clicker” questions throughout the semester.

3)

Quizzes are open
-
book, open
-
dialogue, and worth

5% of your total course grade.

4)

These

“Clicker” quizzes

will be given in lecture, thus
your
i>clicker device (clicker) is
REQUIRED
FOR CREDIT.

The original i>clicker or the newer i>clicker 2 models are both acceptable.

5)

No, I will not accept a piece of pap
er with your answers should you forget your clicker


6)

M
ake
-
up quizzes will
not
be granted under any circumstances.

If you are absent for any reason at
all, or
if
your
i>clicker response
device (‘clicker”) doesn’t work, n
o credit will be

earned. But…


7)

If
you answer at least 50% of the quiz questions correctly, y
ou will earn all 40 quiz points!


A few notes on our successful implementation of Clickers…

1)

You are personally responsible for registering your clicker to yourself.

2)

Please make sure you have an ex
tra set of batteries

at all times
.

3)

If you have Clicker
-
related questions or trouble shooting problems, please contact Academic
Technology Services for assistance.

4)

We will adhere to
a strict “1
-
clicker


1 person” policy in this course.
Answer ONLY with your
own ‘clicker’. Do NOT answer with more than one ‘clicker’. If you have multiple clickers at your
desk, you will earn a zero on the quiz.

5)

If you choose to use two or more clickers on a quiz, you will be in violation of the Universi
ty
Academic Honesty pol
icy, which explicitly states that cheating includes,
“The unauthorized
completion for another person of an academic work, or permitting someone else to complete an
academic work for oneself, including through the use of personal resp
onse systems (clickers).


In
adherence with University policy, I will report violations of our Academic Policy to the Office of
Student Conduct for appropriate assessment of academic penalty. For further information on you
Code of Conduct expectations, p
ease see
http://www.udel.edu/stuguide/13
-
14/code.html
.

6)

Repeated acts of academic dishonesty will result in your dismissal from the course with a grade of F
and a report will be filed with the Dea
n of Students.


ELECTRONIC
HOMEWORK

ON SAKAI

1)

Homework assignments were designed to help you actively follow course instru
ction. You will
gain

the
most

benefit from the homework
if you pace yourself accordingly.

2)

To access

your homework
, log on to CHEM103F13 course website.

3)

Click on the tab labeled, “CHEM103F13 FAJARDO”

and select

“Tests & Quizzes”

4)

Choose a Homework Unit and begin working problems.

5)

Problems in a Homework Unit may be worked and re
-
worked, however NO SCORE will be
record
ed until you “Submit” the Homework Unit.

6)

Each Homework Unit may be attempted up to three times. The
highest
scoring attempt
is recorded.

HOMEWORK UNITS DUE AT EACH EXAM

a.

Homework Units due by

Exam 1:

Homework Units 01, 02, 03, 04, and 05.

b.

Homework Units d
ue by

Exam 2:

Homework Units 06, 07, 08, 09, and 10.

c.

Homework Units due by

Exam 3:

Homework Units 11, 12, 13,
and 14
.

d.

Homework Units due by

Final Exam:

Homework Units 15, 16, and 17.

2)

Full credit is given for each Homew
ork unit that has a score of ≥
50 %
.



General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




5

EXAMS

1)

Three (3) outside
-
of
-
class exams

(OCX)

will be given

(October 3, November 7, and November 21)
.
No make
-
up exams will be given.

The exams will constitute 45% of your overall course grade.

2)

Missed exams will either be:

a.

UNEXCUSED


An exam score

of zero (0) will be recorded.

b.

EXCUSED


Final exam score will replace an excused/missed exam(s).

E
xcused absences
must meet the criteria established in your academic catalog (see below).


4)

Your l
owest exam score will be replaced by

your

final exam score.

An EXCUSED exam score will
be considered a “lowest exam score”.

It will behoove you to do everything in your power to not
miss an exam under any circumstances.

5)

Exams may cover material from your lectures,
textbook,
laboratory,

i>clicker

quiz, and w
orksho
p
material.

I will give you a run
-
down of topics that you may see on any exam.

6)

If you think an item was not scored properly, please bring the item of interest to my attention within
ONE WEEK

after the exams are ready for pick
-
up. Let me be clear, I will not re
-
grade your exam
after this one week deadline. I encourage you to review your exams carefully once they are ready
for pick
-
up. Also, I encourage you to check your exam scores on Sakai

regularly.


ON EXAM DAY

1)

Please bring
the minimal number of personal belongings possible, includin
g your school ID, a #2
pencil,
and a
non
-
programmable calculator
.

2)

Note
-
cards will not be permitted.

3)

Anything else that you bring with you
must go to the fro
nt of the exam room prior to the start of the
exam.

This includes backpacks, coats or other
clothing

not on your person, cell phones, and all
other
electronic devices, b
ooks, notebooks, scratch paper.

4)

Possessing
an item during the exam OTHER THAN your I
D, pencil
and a non
-
programmable
calculator constitutes a breach of academic ethics and will result in a zero score for the exam in
question. This zero will be equivalent to an unexcused missed exam. A second violation will result
in your dismissal and f
ailure of the course.


FINAL EXAM (15% OVERALL COURSE GRADE)

1)

The
FINAL EXAM

will be cumulative over all course material. The Final Exam is mandatory. If
you miss the final exam, you will receive an incomplete in the course, regardless of your course
standing prior to the final exam.

2)

The Final exam will be given on the date sche
duled by the University.

3)

NO EARLY OR LATE

FINAL EXAMS

will be given for any reason.

4)

A MISSED FINAL EXAM will result in a grade of “INCOMPLETE” for CHEM103F13.

5)

An “INCOMPLETE” grade converts to a grade of “F” at the start of S14 academic year.

6)

Requests

to take the Makeup Final Exam will be granted by reservation ONLY. Contact Prof.
Fajardo with appropriate documentation as dictated in the academic catalog.


LANGUAGE DICTIONARY USE DURING EXAMS

The University's policy is that a language barrier does not

constitute a "special needs/learning disability"
case, so students in this situation are not referred to the DSS Office. The chem103 policy for language
dictionary use on exams will be to approve INSPECTED PAPER language dictionaries. ELECTRONIC
languag
e dictionaries will NOT be allowed at any time.




General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




6

OTHER RESOURCES

1)

End
-
of
-
chapter problems with red numbers have answers in back of textbook

2)

Tutors (Private and Group)
-

For more info, see Mrs. Staib in BRL102 (831
-
2465)

3)

Academic Enrichment Center:
http://ae.udel.edu/tutoring.html

offers individual, drop
-
in, and group
tutoring to all students. Drop
-
in and group tutoring is free of cost to all students.

4)

Academic Code of Conduct:
http://www.udel.edu/stuguide/13
-
14/code.html

5)

Student Solutions Manual for, Silberberg,
Chemistry, 3rd Ed.
(Chemistry Library, 201BRL)


GRANTING OF EXCUSED ABSENCES

1)

Following a serious illness you pr
ovide appropriate documentation from a medical care provider

2)

Following a death or serious illness within your own family or another serious family emergency
you provide proper documentation, which you must submit to
Dean’s office

of your college

3)

If you are

observing a religious holiday AND you have taken responsibility to remind me, your
professor, of the intention to be absent on a particular holiday at least 2 days prior to the holiday

4)

If you are representing the University either as an athlete or in some

other function and have
followed the procedure on informing me, your professor, of the needed absence as explained in
University’s Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

5)

If you are attending short
-
term duty in the National Guard or active reserve and have presented
relevant documentation to
Dean’s office

of your college


More information on excused absences and procedures to obtain excused absence can be received
from the
University’s Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog


http://academiccatalog.udel.edu/Pub_ShowCatalogPage.aspx?CATKEY=CATKEY_471&ACYEAR
=2
013
-
2014&DSPL=Published



MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING A
PASSING GRADE IN CHEM
-
103F13
:

1)

Successful completion of all twelve (12) laboratory experiments.

2)

Successful completion of the final examination
.
You must take the final to pass the course.
Missing
the final will result in an incomplete.

3)

Earning a total of at least 400 points on the “Grading Schedule” outlined below.

4)

A
MISSED FINAL EXAM or Excessive Number of MISS
ED LABS (EXCUSED plus
UNEXCUSED)
will

result in a grade of “INCOMPLETE” for
CHEM
103F1
3
.

5)

An “INCOMPLETE” grade in
CHEM
103F1
3

converts to
a grade of “F” in February, 2014
.


GRADE CHANGE DEADLINE
-

FINAL EXAM

Each student
must

routinely check their Sakai site
s

for CHEM
103 throughout the semester for their
scores on the following; 1) Workshop, 2) Lab, 3) homework , 4) i>clicker (quizzes) and 5) exams.
Grading errors must be corrected
within one week of exam return
. After the final exam
,

all grades will
be final

and wil
l NOT be changed
. Grading errors can be corrected by contacting the following
instructors prior
to the final exam.
Exception*
-

Deadline for c
hanges to the final exam are 2
-
12
-
13
.

COURSE COMPONENT

POINT
-
OF
-
CONTACT

Workshop score


Workshop Leader

Lab
score



Lab Teaching Assistant (TA)

Homework
score


Professor

i>clicker score



Professor

E
xam score



Professor

Final exam score


Professor (
through 2
-
21
-
14
)

General Chemistry I






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7

LEARNING GOALS FOR CHEMISTRY 103F1
3

Numbers in parentheses indicate the departmental learning go
als http
://www.udel.edu/chem/goals.html

with whic
h each course goal is aligned.

1. Describe key historical ideas and interpret/evaluate experimental evidence related to the atomic model
of matter and the physical structure of atoms. (1)

2. Explain/apply
the connection between electronic structure and periodic trends in the
prediction/analysis of the physical and chemical behavior of elements and compounds. (1)

3. Assign/interpret names and formulas for ionic/binary compounds, know charges of common mono
-

and polyatomic ions, and use in balanced equations. (1)

4. Assign/interpret names and formulas for organic and polymeric compounds; use in balanced
equations. (1)

5. Define/calculate/convert among different concentration units (1)

6. Recognize and apply fu
ndamental stoichiometric relationships in analyzing and solving quantitative
problems for both irreversible and equilibrium systems. (1)

7. Explain the characteristic features of a system at equilibrium, evaluate a system’s status with respect
to equilibri
um, and interpret/predict/calculate effects of the perturbations. (1)

8. Explain the nature of and driving forces behind common reactions of aqueous ionic compounds;
predict/rationalize products for same based on solubility rules and equilibrium constants;

apply/synthesize ideas in qualitative analysis, unknown determinations and separation schemes. (1)

9. Describe/explain/apply key observations and concepts of quantum theory; explain/apply the electronic
structures of a one
-
electron and multielectron atom
s; describe the key features of photoelectron
spectroscopy, explain its relationship to electronic structure. (1)

10. Write/analyze Lewis structures and explain/predict molecular geometries and polarities for covalent
compounds; explain/apply valence bond
theory in evaluating bonding in covalent molecules and
extended solids. (1)

11. Identify species as acids or bases according to various classification systems, and predict/interpret
their chemical behavior; predict/rationalize pK
a
, pK
b

values for compounds

based on molecular structure
and inductive, resonant and steric effects. (1)

12. Understand the concept of hydrolysis; use hydrolysis to understanding the behavior of salts in
aqueous solutions; explore the application of hydrolysis to understand acid/bas
e buffer behavior;
calculate pH for salt hydrolysis and buffer behavior in aqueous solutions. (1)

13. Interpret/propose experiments and analyze kinetic data to determine reaction orders, rate laws,
activation energies and mechanism. (1, 5)

14. Describe and

apply fundamental relationships (both qualitative and quantitative) in thermodynamics
to simple systems under well
-
defined conditions, with particular emphasis on energy transfer through
heat and work, and changes in enthalpy, entropy and free energy. (1,

5)

15. The ability to use instrumentation for chemical analysis and characterization. (6)

16. Evaluation/description of MSDS for chemical safety and hygiene. (7)

17. Calculate/interpret statistical data analysis of experimental data. Perform/explain/calc
ulate standard
deviation and confidence intervals for replicate experimental data. (2,4)

18. Perform/explain statistical data rejection; discuss scientific ethics of data rejection. (9)

19. Work together with other students in discussing ideas, evaluating
information and formulating
solutions to problems. (8)

20. Communicate ideas clearly and effectively in written and oral formats. (10)

21. Find and evaluate sources and information needed in solving problems. (3)




General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




8

TENTATIVE
Schedule of Topics
. Will vary

somewhat as we move into the semester.


DATE

WEEK

CHAP.

TOPIC

LABORATORY

8/27

1


1, 2

Intro to Chemistry (msmt,
uncertainty, matter); The
components of matter.

Scientific
Notation, Precision, Accuracy,
Significant Figures, Uncertainty,
Unit and

Temperature

conversions
,
Density
.

NO LAB

9/3

2

2

Sub
-
Atomic Particles,

atomic
theory,

overview inorganic
nomenclature


NO LAB

9/9

3


7
, 8

Light, Spectroscopy, Quantum
Mechanics, Atomic Orbitals,
Electron Configuration,

Safety, 1) Lab #1A Lab Techniques


DUE WHEN YOU ENTER LAB!!

2) Lab #2 Density

9/16


4


8

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10/3

6


EXAM 1 (Chs. 1, 2, 7, 8, 9)

10/07

7

2,
10,
15

Inorganic nomenclature revisited,
organic molecules, shapes of
molecules

6) Lab #6 Limiting Reagents

10/14

8

3,
4

The Mole, Dimensional Analysis,
Statistical Data Analysis

Shapes of
molecules;
Stoichiometry
of
formulas and equations

7) Lab #5 Hydrates

10/21

9


4

Classes of chemical reactions;

8) Lab #27 Vit.C
w/ Computer Analysis

10/28

10


3,

Continued
; statistics overview if
time permits;

9) Lab #13 Types of Reactions


11/4

11


18/19

Prelude into
chemical equilibrium
and chemical kinetics.

10) Lab #33 Determination.of Solution
Conc
w/ Statistical Analysis


11/7

11


EXAM 2 (Chs
2, 3, 4, 10, 15
)

11/11

12


6

Thermochemistry

11) Lab #19 Equivalent Wt of Acid
w/
Statistical Analysis

11/18

13

14,


Special Topics: Periodic Patterns
in Main Grp elements;
(physiologically relevant);
environmental chem. (not in text).

12) Lab #15 Calorimetry
w /Computer
Analysis

11/21

13


EXAM 3 (Chs. 6, 14
, 18, 19
)

11/25

14


5 (or
21?)

Electrochemistry

NO LAB

12/02

15


Continued…


12/X


16


FINAL EXAM

NO LAB

General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




9



Lab and Workshop Schedule
-

CHEM103F13


Lab Dates

Week

Experiment Subject

Workshop/Exam

8/26 M

1

Summer Vacation


8/27 T
-

8/31 Sa

1

NO LAB

Workshop 0

8/29

(SMI130)

9/2 M

2

Labor Day



NO CLASS


9/3 T


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NO LAB

Workshop 1

9/5

9/9 M
-

9/14 Sa

3
(*)

Lab Safety

*1) Lab #1A Lab Techniques

2) Lab #2
-

Density

Workshop 2

9/12

9/16 M
-

9/21 Sa

4

3) Lab #3 Physical & Chem. Properties

Workshop 3

9/19

9/23 M
-

9/28 S

5

4) Lab #10 Spectroscopy

Workshop 4

9/26

9/30 M


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S

㔩⁌a戠⌱ㄠ#ewis ptructures

Exam #1

10/3

10/7 M


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T

㘩⁌a戠⌶⁌imiti湧 oeagents

Workshop 5

10/10

10/14 M


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Workshop 6

10/17

10/21 M


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9

㠩⁌a戠⌲㜠#itamin
C⁁nalysis

wL C潭灵ter

Analysis

Workshop 7

10/24

10/28 M


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㤩⁌a戠⌱㌠#y灥s 潦 oeacti潮s

Workshop 8

10/31

11/4 M


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C潮centrations
wL ptat⸠aata Analysis

Exam #2

11/7

11/5 T

11

*** Election Day

***


11/11 M


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(§)

11) Lab #19 Equivalent Weight

w/ Statistical Data Analysis

Workshop 9

11/14

11/18 M


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ㄲN⁌a戠⌱㔠#al潲imetry

wL C潭灵ter Analysis

Exam #3

11/21

11/25 M


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NO LAB

NO Workshop

11/27 W


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***

THANKSGIVING ***

NO Workshop

12/2 M


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NO Workshop

12/5 R

15

READING DAY

NO Workshop

12/6 F
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12/13 F

16

FINAL EXAMS

NO Workshop


(*) Lab #1
A Lab Techniques, on Sakai.

Lab #1
A

done outside of lab. (Due in Lab September 9
-
14)



General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




10

Approximate
Order of Topics

Silber
-
berg


Tentative

Lecture
Topics

eHwk

Modules




1

0. Syllabus
and description of course structure

-

-

1, 2

1. Graphs, Scientific Notation, Precision, Accuracy,


Significant Figures, Uncertainty, Balances,


Measurement Units, Temperature, Density

1

2,3


2. Sub
-
Atomic Particles, Atoms, Molecules, Ions,


Periodic Table, The Mole

1

1

3. Dimensional Analysis, Statistical Data Analysis

2

3

4. Balancing Chemical Equations, % Composition, Empirical


& Chem. Formulas, Limiting Reagents & Yields, Hydrates

3


7,8

5. Light, Spectroscopy, Quantum Mechanics, Atomic


Orbitals, Electron Configuration, Electronegativity, Polarity

4

9,10,11

6. Lewis &

VSEPR Structure, Formal Charge

5

3

7. Periodic T
able. Inorganic Nomenclature

6, 7

15

8. Organic 1 Hydrocarbon Nomenclature and Isomers

8

15

9. Organic 2 Functional Groups & Common Names

8

15

10. Organic 3 Natural & Syn. Polymer Nomenclature

8

3,4,13


11. Electrolyte Strength, Solubility, Net Ionic Equations,


Molarity Calculations

9, 11

4,13

12. Concentration Units & Conversions

10

3,4,13

13. Dilution, Neutralization & Strong Acids/Bases, pH

12

18,19


14. Chemical Equilibrium, Weak A/B,
, Salt Hydrolysis,
Buffers & Titration

13


16

15. Kinetics

14

6

16. Thermodynamics 1


Calorimetry

15

20

17. Thermodynamics 2
-

Thermodynamic Variables & Laws

16

20

18. Thermodynamics 3


Formation Property Calculations

16

Green

19. Environmental Chemistry

-

-

-

21

20. EleChem1
-

Half Rxns, Redox Eqns, Ox#

17

21

21. EleChem2
-
Volt. Cells, Nernst Eqn, Bnd Theo.

17





FINAL EXAM







{
Supplemental
Lectures
may be added
on
to

Course Capture


These will n
ot

be repeated

in class}




General Chemistry I






CHEM103





Fall 2013




11

BASIC MATH FUNCTIONS

A. Exponents

1.



5.

2.




6.

3.


7.

4.





8.

B. Logs

1.


2.


3.


4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.



10.


11.

12.

13.


D. Area and Volume

1.




2.


6.




3.


7.



4.



8.




5.


9.

E. Quadratic Equation


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