CHM151-W02-W03-W51-FA2016-adanew - Associates of Arts...

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Associates of Arts, Sciences and Learning Resources CHM 151 –W02,W03,W51 Fall 2016 Syllabus Overview: Your college syllabus is your road map to success. You should always keep your syllabus with your class notes AND REFER TO IT OFTEN IN YOUR ONLINE COURSE. Please CAREFULLY review this syllabus. Your syllabus represents a binding agreement between you and your instructor. The instructor reserves the right to change this syllabus, except for the grading scale and attendance policy , anytime during the course. You will be notified of all changes in writing. Course Informati on: Course Title: General Chemistry I Course Number & Section Number: CHM 151-W02,W03,W51 Fall 2016 Credit Hours/Contact Hours: 4 credit, 6 contact Drop Deadline: The last day to drop this course without a grade penalty is___October 27______________ Faculty Informati on: Instructor: Mr. Darryl Heuser Office Location: Health Building F-110A Office Hours: : Mon, Wed-2-2:30pm; Tue, Thu 8-10:00am Email: [email protected] Phone number: 919-209-2001 Best time to contact outside of office hours: The best way to reach me is via email. I will make every effort to answer e-mails within 24 hours during the week. E-mails sent on the weekend may not be answered until the following Monday. Course Descripti on: This course covers fundamental principles and laws of chemistry. Topics include measurements, matter, atomic structure, periodic table, solutions, acids and bases, stoichiometry, and chemical bonding. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of fundamental chemical laws and concepts as needed in CHM 151. This course has been approved to satisfy the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement general education core requirement in natural sciences/mathematics. Course Format: This course will be taught as a face to face course. Although the class will be held in face to face sessions, you may be asked to also use online elements (i.e., Blackboard, Connect for homework and exams). The course will meet 6 hours per week . Additionally homework will be required that will require an additional 1-2 hours per week Version, 2016 – ADA Compliant 1
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Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: Chapter 1 1. Distinguish between elements and compounds. 2. Differentiate between states of matter. 3. Determine whether a mixture is heterogeneous or homogeneous. 4. Recall the common base SI units of measurement and their associated symbols 5. Perform conversions between different temperature scales. 6. Apply derived units, such as volume and density, to perform calculations. 7. Utilize conversion factors to conduct unit conversions. 8. Apply dimensional analysis toward solving problems with multiple steps or conversions . Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, Ions 1. Identify the location and physical properties of electrons, protons and neutrons in atoms.
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