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Chem 103A - 1 INTRO MASTR (short Mastery)

Chem 103A - 1 INTRO MASTR (short Mastery) - WELCOME to the...

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WELCOME to the UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY CHEM 103A
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Today’s Plan Meet Dr. Wesolowski Our Class – the syllabus Where to get help Studying chemistry- modeling Thinking styles/ the mind and learning Careers Basics of Chemistry – properties, reactions and measurements – connection to the laboratory
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“Paperless” Classes COMPLETE SYLLABUS ON THE WEB www.chem.arizona.edu Course Websites ALL GRADED HOMEWORK ON THE WEB ALL IMPORTANT HANDOUTS ON THE WEB ALL GRADES ON THE WEB ALL IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS ON THE WEB OLD EXAMS – ON THE WEB .
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GO TO THE WEB WWW.CHEM.ARIZONA.EDU www.chem.arizona.edu Go to COURSE WEBSITES
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FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY CHEM- 103A Sections 1,2 Schedule: M-W-F 10:00 AM --K 204 Discussion Sec 1 Tu 9 AM OC 134 Sec 2 Thur 2 PM OC 134 Instructor: Wayne E. Wesolowski, Ph.D. Koffler 435 campus phone 520 626-8866 e-mail weso @ email.arizona.edu Office Hours: W 8-9:30 AM/Tu 1-2 PM Will change mid-semester
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COMMON FINAL EXAM Monday Dec 11th 2006 8:00-10:00 PM ALL 103A SECTIONS McKale Center Room To be Assigned
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NATIONAL AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE FROM UA CHEMISTRY CLUB OR ON LINE FROM ACS.ORG (shipping!)
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MEMORIZE THE LANGUAGE OF CHEMISTRY(on the course web page) Handout sheet --- Language of Chemistry weekend holiday First 36 elements –names and symbols not numbers Normal form of the elements – gases, liquids Greek letters α β λ & Roman Numerals I-IX NOMENCLATURE write the formula for ammonium phosphate . . .
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IMPORTANT Prerequisites: Credit or registration in Math 121 or higher High School Chemistry is highly, highly recommended
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TEXT Chemistry -The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change Silberberg 3 rd Ed
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studying Read the BOOK Read the BOOK Read the BOOK Organize Prioritize OUTLINE Fill in outline Review Review Review
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CALCULATORS programmable calculators are allowed but not miniature mega computers
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SYLLABUS/Course Outline Chapter 1 Basic concepts and measurements Chapter 2 Elements, compounds, atoms, molecules and mixtures Chapter 3 Moles and Mass relationships Chapter 4 Chemical Reactions Chapter 5 Gases and gas behavior(at end)
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. Chapter 6 Thermochemistry Chapter 7 Atomic Structure and Quantum behavior Chapter 8 Electronic Configurations Chapter 9 and 11 Chemical Bonding Chapter 10 Shapes of Molecules Chapter 12 Intermolecular Forces Chapter 13 ( partial) more on solutions ASSIGNMENT FOR THE SEMESTER Do ONE CHAPTER EACH WEEK--
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES on course website for entire class For example Predict mono-atomic ions formed from main group elements. Know names of oxyanions of acids Distingish between elements, compounds and mixtures.
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