1411 Lecture and Lab ICR 2017SU(1)

1411 Lecture and Lab ICR 2017SU(1) - Lisa Mire PhD...

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Lisa Mire, PhD Instructor of Chemistry Instructor Course Requirements (ICR) CHEM 1411: General Chemistry I LECTURE and LAB Lecture Time/Location: 10:20–12:30 / TRTR 3903 Lab Time/Location: 12:55-3:50 / TRTR 4923 Office: TRTR 3903 Phone: 817-917-6263 Office Hours: posted on WebAdvisor and Blackboard Email: [email protected] 1. Text(s): Author, Title, Publisher, Edition : Lecture: 1. “Principles of Chemistry: A Molecular Approach”; Nivaldo Tro; 3 rd ed. 2. Online Homework purchased at Lab: Catalyst; Chemistry 1411; Pearson Publishing. Found in Trinity River Bookstore only 2. Special Materials, Supplies, Equipment, and Fees : General: Scientific calculator (graphing calculators and calculators on your cell phone are not permitted) Lecture only: 5 blank Scantron forms (No. 882-E) due to instructor by the end of the first week of classes Lab only: You do not need to purchase gloves or goggles. These will be provided in lab. You do not need to provide any scantrons for lab. 3. Class Focus: Instructor’s Overview of the Class This course is a thorough introduction to the fundamental facts, laws, principles, theories and concepts of chemistry, which are needed for further study in science or science related fields. A variety of instructional methods will be utilized to assure that students complete the required course objectives. Email, lessons, online electronic homework, on-campus exams, and on- campus laboratories will all be used during the course. Lecture: Course Goals and Learning Outcomes 1. Define the fundamental properties of matter. 2. Convert units of measure and demonstrate dimensional analysis skills. 3. Classify matter, compounds, and chemical reactions. 4. Write chemical formulas and use the rules of nomenclature to name chemical compounds. 5. Determine the basic nuclear and electronic structure of atoms. 6. Write and balance equations. 7. Define the types and characteristics of chemical reactions. 8. Solve stoichiometric problems. 9. Use the gas laws and basic of the Kinetic Molecular Theory to solve gas problems. 10. Determine the role of energy in physical and chemical reactions. Page 1 of 13
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11. Identify trends in chemical and physical properties of the elements using the periodic table. 12. Describe the bonding in and the shape of simple molecules and ions. Lab: Course Goals and Learning Outcomes The student will apply physical and chemical techniques in the laboratory that reinforce the fundamentals of general inorganic chemistry. The student will be able to: 1. Use basic apparatus and apply experimental methodologies used in the chemistry laboratory; 2. Demonstrate safe and proper handling of laboratory equipment and chemicals; 3. Conduct basic laboratory experiments with proper laboratory techniques; 4. Make careful and accurate experimental observations; 5. Relate physical observations and measurements to theoretical principles; 6. Interpret laboratory results and experimental data, and reach logical conclusions; 7. Record experimental work completely and accurately in laboratory notebooks and
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