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LB 172 Chemistry II Spring 2009 Syllabus Instructor : Dr. Robert L. LaDuca , Associate Professor of Chemistry Office: E-194 Holmes Hall; Research Lab: Room 422, Chemistry Office phone: 432-2268 MWF, 355-9715 x241 TTh Email: [email protected] AOL Instant Messenger: drladuca Facebook: search “Rob LaDuca” within the MSU network Office hours: MWF 1:15 - 3:15 pm Class meetings : MWF 10:20 am – 11:10 am; Room C-106 Holmes corresponding to sections 16-20 OR MWF 11:30 am – 12:20 pm; Room C-106 Holmes corresponding to sections 6-10 Recitations : Recitation sections on Thursdays in Akers Hall section time Room LA 6 11:30 141 Akers Ashley DaPra 7 12:40 141 Akers Priyanka Joshi 8 5:20 141 Akers Ashley DaPra 9 6:30 141 Akers Emily Showerman 10 3:00 134 Akers Jessica Zalucha 16 10:20 134 Akers Max Braverman 17 11:30 134 Akers Max Braverman 18 8:00 134 Akers Emily Showerman 19 9:10 134 Akers Emily Showerman 20 6:30 134 Akers Priyanka Joshi Undergraduate Learning Assistants : Lauren Gamble, [email protected] Emily Showerman, [email protected] Max Braverman, [email protected] Alli Sokol, [email protected] Priyanka Joshi, [email protected] Jessica Zalucha, [email protected] Ashley DaPra, [email protected] Office: 4 th Floor Learning Lounge in Holmes Office Hours: M 7-11, T 7-11, W 7-11 NOTE!!! READ THIS SYLLABUS and LEARN the course policies!!
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Course Website : (log in with your MSU Net ID and you will see the link for LB 172 Spring 09) Text : Chemistry , by Tro, 1 st edition. also required : a calculator that can handle scientific notation and exponents. Objectives : --understanding the properties of gases, liquids, and technologically relevant solids --discerning the difference in physical properties between pure liquids and solutions, and using these properties in chemical analysis --gaining familiarity with basic molecular orbital theory to describe bonding and properties in simple molecules and solids --probing the factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions, and how these factors allow us to examine the underlying mechanism by which a reaction occurs --understanding chemical equilibrium and its relationship to kinetics and thermodynamics --utilizing chemical equilibrium concepts for more in-depth analysis of acid-base chemistry, buffer solutions, and solubility --gaining a basic working familiarity with electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry. --acquiring a deeper grasp of thermodynamics including entropy and free energy --grasping the deep relevance of chemistry to modern technological issues Grading Policy : Points will be assigned according to the following scheme: Problem Sets 13 @ 15 pts 195 pts Group Term Project 1 @ 100 100 pts Participation 50 pts Quizzes 6 @ 15 pts 90 pts Prelim. Exams 3 @ 100 pts 300 pts Final Exam 1 @ 200 pts 200 pts TOTAL 935 pts Grading scale : At the end of the course, the 935 pt scale will be translated to grades as follows: 90% or above – 4.0 85% to 90% – 3.5 80% to 85% – 3.0 75% to 80% – 2.5
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2009 for the course LB 171L taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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