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Page 1 of 8 COURSE CODE: CCHY 103 General Chemistry I COURSE OUTLINE FOR WINTER 2019CONTINUING EDUCATION CONTRACT LECTURER:Jan Matejovic CECL PHONE: CECL E-MAIL: [email protected]COURSE PREREQUISITES: SCH4U (Grade 12 University Prep Chemistry) or equivalent CONTRACT LECTURER OFFICE HOURS AND LOCATION: Mondays 4:30 – 6 pm Chang School 2ndFloor Thursdays 3 - 5 pm, Fridays 2 - 3 pm, VIC-746 Extra office hours will be scheduled before tests and the exam; individual appointments may be arranged via email. The Chang School Office Hours: Monday to Thursday – 8:15am – 6:45pm Friday – 8:15am – 4:15pm Saturday – 8:30am – 1:00pm (closed July and August) Every effort will be made to manage the course as stated. However, adjustments may be necessary at the discretion of the CECL. If so, students will be advised and alterations discussed in the class prior to implementation. It is the responsibility of students to ensure that they understand the University’s policies and procedures, in particular those relating to course management and academic integrity. A list of relevant policies is included at the end of this outline. COURSE DESCRIPTION:This foundation course begins with an introduction to types of chemical compounds, chemical reactions, dimensional analysis and stoichiometry. Subsequent topics include the investigation of the states of matter (primarily liquids and gases), solutions and colligative properties, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, and thermochemistry. This course acts as the first half of a full year general chemistry sequence and is a precursor to CHY 113 General Chemistry II.COURSE OBJECTIVE/LEARNING OUTCOMES:After completing this course, you should be able to: •Describe and name ionic and molecular compounds and perform calculations related to their chemical composition and reaction stoichiometry employing dimensional analysis •Describe various chemical reaction types •Understand the nature of gases and solutions and colligative properties •Understand and perform calculations around various kinds of equilibria •Understand the concepts of thermochemistry and perform calculations around them
Page 2 of 8 TEXTBOOK & READING LISTS:1.Chemistry: A Molecular Approach 2nd Custom Edition for Ryerson University Science Students by Tro, Fridgen & Shaw, Pearson, 2017. (ISBN: 1323472371). Blue book at right. Only contains chapters used in CHY 103 and CHY 113. Comes in Science Box Set or individually at Campus Bookstore. 2.Chemistry: A Molecular Approach 2nd Canadian Edition by Tro, Fridgen & Shaw, Pearson, 2017. (ISBN: 9780133986563). Full textbook. Black book at right. (This is a substitute book if Ryerson Edition not available.)3.Mastering Chemistry, while not a required for this course, is an excellent study resource.OTHER MATERIALS:We will be using the Top Hat () classroom response system in class. You will be able to submit answers to in class questions and quizzes and assignments using Apple or Android smartphones and tablets, laptops, or through text message. For all quiz questions, a grade of 0.5 will be assigned for participation and another 0.5 will be awarded for the correct