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INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY 101 – CRN 02193 SPRING 2018 SECOND BI-TERM Monday/Wednesday @ 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Snell Hall 4115 W.K.U. – Ogden College of Science & Engineering Instructor: Susan E. Morgan Email: [email protected] Office Hours: 30 minutes before class / 30 minutes after class in SH 4115, or by email appointment. Course Description: CHEM 101. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY. (3) A one semester terminal course covering applied chemistry and environmental considerations which can be used for general education requirements in the science field for non-science majors and minors. In-class laboratory constitutes 20 percent of class. It does not count toward a major or minor in chemistry nor does it satisfy the requirements for certain home economics and agriculture majors. (WKU Undergraduate Course Catalog) Course Objectives: Application of the scientific method in the laboratory and real life. Understanding and utilization of the periodic table. Comprehension of molecular structure and its relationship to intermolecular forces. Identification of simple chemical reactions and their components. Required Materials: CHEM2: Chemistry in Your World, 2 nd ed., 4LTR Press Cengage Learning: Stamford, CT 2015. Your student account will automatically be charged ~$57 and you will have access through Blackboard. DO NOT PURCHASE THROUGH CENGAGE! (Online text is on Blackboard also.) Please note: Homework assignments are on-line through the OWL2 program. Buying a used text will not give you access to that material. You do not have to have a hard copy of the text, but an OPTIONAL loose leaf version is available at the WKU Store for ~$25.
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