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Unformatted text preview: General Chemistry II General Chemistry II Professor Maggie Ciszkowska Professor Maggie Ciszkowska [email protected] [email protected] 718 718-- 951 951-- 5000 ext. 2828 5000 ext. 2828 Room: 3317 N Room: 3317 N Office Hours: Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 AM 11:00 AM − − 12:00 NOON 12:00 NOON Lab Exemption Applications Lab Exemption Applications If you took If you took Chem Chem 2 lab before, 2 lab before, you may qualify for you may qualify for lab exemption lab exemption ; ; you have to apply in writing you have to apply in writing (applications available after this lecture (applications available after this lecture or in the Chemistry Office). or in the Chemistry Office). Please return the form to Please return the form to Professor Levine’s mailbox Professor Levine’s mailbox in the in the Chemistry Office, Chemistry Office, 359NE 359NE Please see me after the lecture: Please see me after the lecture: Required Texts: You have this info in your syllabus • Chemistry, The Central Science , Brown, LeMay and Bursten, Prentice Hall Pub., 2006, 10 th Edition. • Basic Laboratory Principles in General Chemistry , Bramwell, Dillard, Shahani, and Wieder; Kendall/Hunt Publ., Dubuque, 1990. • Electrochemical Cells and Reduction Potentials , Lab Separate ELEC-418 Chemical Education Resources. Lecture Internet Homepage: http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/chem/maggie/chem2/Spring08.htm Online Supplements and Info: http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/chem/howell/practice.htm ( old BC tests and exams ) http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/chem/index.htm (Chemistry Department Homepage) Syllabus on Line: http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/chem/GenChem/chem2syl.pdf Lecture Exams: (Thursdays, 1:45 PM – 3:15 PM): • FIRST Exam: March 6, Covers Recitations 1 − 5 • SECOND Exam: April 10, Covers Recitations 6 − 10 NOTE: NO MAKEUP EXAMS ARE GIVEN FOR LECTURE EXAMS. Grading : Your final grade will be determined as follows: 30% Two lecture exams 20% Minimum of five recitation quizzes 18% Laboratory reports and performance 7% Two laboratory quizzes 25% Final Exam Chemical Kinetics Chemical Kinetics Chapter 14 Chapter 14 (omit (omit Arrhenius Arrhenius Equation Equation ) ) (omit half (omit half-- life of a reaction) life of a reaction) General Chemistry II, Professor Maggie Ciszkowska General Chemistry II, Professor Maggie Ciszkowska • The area of chemistry that is concerned with the speeds, or rates , of reactions is called chemical kinetics . • Understanding how rapidly chemical reactions occur. Chemical Kinetics Chemical Kinetics -- Reaction Rates Reaction Rates General Chemistry II, Professor Maggie Ciszkowska General Chemistry II, Professor Maggie Ciszkowska Speed is defined as a ratio of the distance traveled to the time taken....
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