Lecture 1 - CHEM 120 & CHEM 121 Dr. Julie Lunniss Dr....

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Unformatted text preview: CHEM 120 & CHEM 121 Dr. Julie Lunniss Dr. J. Clyburne SSB 8100 http://www.sfu.ca/chemistry/chem120-121 Wed. Sept. 3, 2003 Today’s Lecture • Announcements • Where do you belong? • O v e r v i e w • Atoms, Molecules, Ions • Stoichiometry • Chemical Reactions • Gases • Thermochemistry • Atomic Theory • Periodic Properties • Chemical Bonding • Liquids/Solids • Solutions General Chemistry I J. Clyburne J. Lunniss Exam 1 Oct. 6 Exam 2 Nov 10 Final Exam Textbook- Chemical Principles 4th Ed., S. Zumdahl Problem Sets 10% + Midterms (2) 40 % + Final Exam 50 % Grading Problem Sets 10% + Midterms (2) 30% + Final Exam 40% + Laboratory 20% CHEM 120 CHEM 121 Where do you belong? • CHEM 120 • no experimental component • cannot pick up lab. later • switch to 121 if you plan to take additional Chemistry courses or enter into a program that requires Chemistry • CHEM 121 • includes Laboratory • Required to take additional courses Chemistry Syllabus-on web • Chemistry 120/121 Fall 2003 • Instructors: Lecture: Dr. J. Lunniss. Office: C9037. Phone: (604) 291-4888. • Dr. J. Clyburne. Office: SSB8100. Phone: (604) 291-4885. • Laboratory: Dr. L. Hanlan. Office: C8068. Phone: (604) 291-4409 • M. Szczepina. Office: SSB8148. Phone: (604) 291-5650 • Meeting place: C9001 MWF (D1) 10:30-11:20 or (D2) 12:30 – 13:20 • Text: Steven Zumdahl 4th Edition and the bundled CD • • This is an introductory course in basic chemistry. Topics to be examined include the following: atoms, molecules, ions, chemical equations, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, thermochemistry, atomic theory, electronic structure, periodic table, chemical bonding, molecular structure, liquids, solids, and solutions. Students will use the Web to access to the publisher’s website for interactive learning as well as access information on CD-ROM. • Text Website: www.college.hmco.com/chemistry/general/zumdahl/chemprinciples/4e/student s/index.html • Username: particle • Password: inabox • Marking: • CHEM 120 Assignments (11) 10% • Mid Term Exams (2 x 20%) 40% October 6 and Nov. 10 • Final Exam 50% • CHEM 121 Assignments (11) 10% • Labs 20% • Mid Term Exams (2) 30% October 6 and Nov. 10 • Final Exam 40% • Notes: • The final grade will be determined as described above and will reflect your standing in the class. The final grade will be determined as described above and will reflect your standing in the class....
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Lecture 1 - CHEM 120 & CHEM 121 Dr. Julie Lunniss Dr....

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