chem_101_syllabus--2008 - Chemistry 101 General Chemistry...

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Chemistry 101 General Chemistry II David R. Myers, Ph.D. Spring, 2008 Office : F119, Fisher Science and Academic Centre Extension 7436; e-mail: Course Webpage: Office Hours : M 9:00-10:00; T 11:00-12:00; W 9:30-10:30 p.m., or by appointment. Class: TTh 9:00-10:30 a.m., F102 (Clark Auditorium) Laboratory : Th 2:00-4:55 p.m. (Myers) T 6-8:55 p.m. (Dongala); F128 (Chemistry Lab.) Course Description: This course is a continuation of Chemistry 100. Topics covered will include solutions, the various theories of acids and bases, equilibria, kinetics, thermodynamics of chemical reactions, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, coordination chemistry, and some Organic Chemistry. The laboratory will deal with classical qualitative inorganic analysis of ions. Course Objectives: This course should provide the finishing of a solid basis in chemistry, and prepare the student for advanced classes in the field. The student should develop an ease with the subject, and the mathematics that will accompany it, and see how the various topics under which chemistry is understood all interrelate. The laboratory will not necessarily parallel the lecture, but by the end of the semester, the lecture will have caught up to and perhaps passed the laboratory. Course Requirements : 1) Attendance : While there are no "allowed" cuts from the lecture, reality dictates that some will occur; therefore 2 absences from lecture will be permitted
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