HAMPTON UNIVERSITY Hampton, Virginia 23668 Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (757) 727-5396 Chemistry 202 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis II Course Syllabus Spring, 2018 Academic Catalog Description. Detailed consideration of compounds, chemical equilibrium, and elementary qualitative analysis. Prerequisite for all subsequent chemistry courses. Prerequisite: A grade “C” or better is required in CHE 201 before enrolling in CHE 202. Co-requisite: MAT 117-118. Course Description. General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis II (CHE 202), is the second half of an introductory chemistry course required for students majoring in chemistry, biology, engineering, marine science, pharmacy, physical therapy, and physics. The purpose of this course is to provide detailed consideration of compounds, chemical equilibrium, and elementary qualitative analysis. This course consists of a lecture and a laboratory, both of which must be taken concurrently. Depending upon the section, the lecture meets for three 50- minute sessions each week, or two 75-minute sessions each week. The laboratory consists of one 4-hour period per week. Credit for the course is four (4) semester hours. Requirements. As a prerequisite for this course, a student must have completed and passed General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis I (CHE 201) with a grade of "C" or better. Co-requisite: Math 117 or higher. Required Textbook . Chemistry, The Central Science, 13th edition, by Theodore L. Brown, H. Eugene LeMay, Jr., Bruce E. Bursten, Catherine J. Murphy, Patrick Woodward and Matthew Stoltzfus Supplementary Textbooks . Chemistry , 10th edition, by Whitten, Davis, Peck and Stanley Chemistry, A Molecular Approach , 3 rd edition by I. Tro Chemistry , 11 th edition by Raymond Chang and Kenneth A. Goldsby Disclaimer . This syllabus is intended to give the student guidance in what may be covered during the semester and will be followed as closely as possible. However, the professor reserves the right to modify, supplement and make changes as course needs arise. January 2018 1
Hampton University Core Competencies Competencies 1. Critical Thinking 2. Ethics 3. Information & Technology Literacy 4. Oral communication 5. Quantitative Reasoning 6. Scientific Reasoning 7. Written Communication Measurable Outcomes Students will balance chemical equations, perform calculations, discuss the effects of intermolecular forces on physical properties. The students can apply lessons learned in this course towards ethical practice of chemistry principles in the real world. These include the ethical use of chemicals in relation to the environment (water, soil and air). Students will perform computational modeling simulations of the spontaneity of chemical reactions and chemical bonding forces. Student has the ability to give a presentation on a topic in class or to explain how to solve a chemical problem.
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