syllabus830 - Dr. Woodward 3109 NW F 688-8274 eJ

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Dr. Woodward Chemistry 121 TR 8:30 - 9:48 AM 3109 NW F 688-8274 Autumn Quarter 2004 1000 McPherson Lab e J Schedule of Assignments Web Site: Textbook: "Chemistry, The Central Science", Brown, LeMay and Bursten (9TH EDITION) Lab Manual: "General Chemistry Laboratory Experiments, Volume 1", Casey and Tatz (2004-2005) Lab Notebook: "Student Lab Notebook", Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc. Calculator: For quizzes and examinations, the use of calculators is restricted to ANY TI-30; Sharp EL-509; Sharp EL-531; OR Casio FX-250. NO OTHER CALCULATORS ARE PERMITTED . Prerequisite: One unit of high school chemistry and eligibility to enroll in Math 150. Week of Lecture Topic Reading Rec/Quiz Lab Expt** MF W F Sept. 22 The Science of Matter, Units of Measurement, Significant Figures, Atomic Structure Ch. 1 x JCE CKIN, 1AB CKIN, 1 Sept. 27 Molecules and Ions, Chemical Equations and Reactions Ch. 2 JCE I 1CD 2 Oct. 4 Molecular and Formula Weights, The Mole, Reaction Stoichiometry Ch. 3 I II 2 3 Oct. 11 Solution Concentrations, Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes, Ionic Equations, Metathesis Reactions, Oxidation Numbers Ch. 3,4 II III 3 4 Oct. 18 Redox Equation Balancing, Energy, Enthalpy Ch. 4 III Act. 4 5 Oct. 25 Thermochemical Equations, Calorimetry, Hess’s Law, Quantum Mechanics, The Bohr Atom Ch. 5 Act. IV 5 6 FIRST MIDTERM EXAMINATION - Tuesday, October 26, 6:30 PM -7:48 PM (Evening) Nov. 1 Orbitals, Many-Electron Atoms, Electron Configurations Ch. 6 IV V 6 7 Nov. 8* Periodic Trends, The Periodic Table, Groups 1A and 2A, Selected Metals and Non-Metals, Lewis Symbols Ch. 7 V Rev 7 8, 9 Nov. 15 Ionic and Covalent Bonding, Lewis Structures, Bond Energy Ch. 8 Rev VI 8, 9 10 SECOND MIDTERM EXAMINATION - Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 PM -7:48 PM (Evening) Nov. 22* The VSEPR Model and Molecular Geometry, Polarity, Hybrid Orbitals Ch. 8,9 VI x 10 x Nov. 29 Multiple Bonds, Molecular Orbital Theory Ch. 9 Act. Act. FCO FCO FINAL EXAMINATION - Tuesday, December 7, 9:30 - 11:18 AM * Thurs. Nov 11; Thurs. Nov 25 & Fri. Nov 26 are University holidays. No classes are held. Univ. offices are closed. ** CKIN = Check-in. FCO = Finish, Check-Out. x = lab closed, no recitation. Lab Reports for 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are due no later than Friday, Nov. 19 . (See reverse for more info about due dates.) th All Lab Reports are due no later than 4:00 PM on Fri., Dec. 3 . (See reverse side for info about weekly due dates.) rd MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE: Due to the potentially dangerous nature of laboratory work, you are reminded to maintain medical insurance coverage through OSU health service or a private agency when enrolling in chemistry laboratory courses. ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT: Any material submitted in General Chemistry must represent your own work. Apparent violations of this standard will be referred to the University Committee of Academic Misconduct (COAM) as required by Faculty Rules. Please read the attached statement on Standards of Academic Conduct carefully .
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course CHEM 121 taught by Professor Wyzlouzil during the Fall '07 term at Ohio State.

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