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Department of Chemistry AY 2017 – 2018 Course Title: General Chemistry 1 Lecture (Engineering) Course Code: CM110 Pre-requisite: None Pre-requisite to: CM120, CM120L Credit Units: 3 Instructor: Ms. Kresta David, R.Ch, M.Sc Consultation Hours: W,F 9-10 AM Course Description: General Chemistry 1 (lecture) is an introductory course for Engineering students who need to understand the fundamental principles of Chemistry, the materials used in engineering, the technological question now confronting us and the choices they must face as citizens within, a scientific and technological society. This course also integrates moral, spiritual, social values with emphasis on the care for the environment. LEARNING PLAN Week 1-2: Methods of Science Chemistry (branches & scope) Matter and Energy Week 3-4: Atomic Structure I. Theories and models II. Sub-atomic particles (atomic number, mass number, isotopes, atomic weight) III. Electronic arrangement (electronic configuration, schematic diagram, electron-dot notation) IV. Quantum numbers
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