Chem 1 2010 syllabus

Chem 1 2010 syllabus - NEW YORK UNIVERSITY V25.0101...

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Department of Chemistry V25.0101 Fall 2009 General Chemistry I Approximate Course Schedule and Outline Lecture: Section 001 Time: T, Th 9:30-10:45 a.m. Room: Skirball Ctr. Instructor: Prof. Kallenbach Office Hrs: T, W, Th 12:00-1:30 Office: 1018A Silver DATE DAY CHAP. TOPIC Jan.19 T 1 Study of Chemistry Jan. 21 Th 1,2 Study of Chemistry; Components of Matter Jan. 26 T 2 Components of Matter Jan. 28 Th 2,3 Components of Matter;Stoichiometry Feb. 2 T 3 Stoichiometry Feb. 4 Th 3 Stoichiometry Feb. 9 T 3, 4 Stoichiometry; Major Classes of Chemical Reactions Feb. 11 Th 4 Major Classes of Chemical Reactions Feb. 16 T 4 Major Classes of Chemical Reactions Feb. 18 Th 6 Thermochemistry Feb. 19 F Exam 1 (Chaps. 1-4) (1:20 P.M.) Feb. 23 T 6,7 Thermochemistry; Quantum Theory Feb. 25 Th 7 Quantum Theory Mar.2 T 7,8 Quantum Theory; Chemical Periodicity Mar. 4 Th 8 Chemical Periodicity Mar. 9 T 9 Chemical Bonding Mar. 11 Th 9 Chemical Bonding SPRING BREAK Mar. 23 T 10 Shapes of Molecules Mar. 25 Th 10 Shapes of Molecules Mar. 26 F Exam 2 (Chaps. 6-9) (1:20 P.M.) Mar. 30 T 10 Shapes of Molecules Apr. 1 Shapes of Molecules Apr. 6 T 11 Covalent Bonding Apr. 8 Th Covalent Bonding Apr. 13 T 11 Covalent Bonding Apr. 15 T 5 Gases Apr. 20 Th 5 Gases, Intermolecular Forces Apr. 22 T 12 Intermolecular Forces Apr. 27 Th 12 Intermolecular Forces Apr. 29 T(=Th) Review Intermolecular Forces May M Final Exam (Chaps. 1-12)
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Homework problems to be handed in during the semester: Chap. 1: 15, 20, 73, 77, 85. Chap. 2: 48, 59, 93, 134, 155. Chap. 3: 86, 103, 143, 150, 153. Chap. 4: 22, 46, 75, 109, 137. Chap. 6: 5, 11, 66, 71, 76. Chap. 7: 32, 64, 70, 76, 101. Chap. 8: 51, 58, 87, 91, 104. Chap. 9: 55, 66, 78, 86, 87. Chap. 10: 56, 83, 89. Chap. 11: 45, 48, 51, 52, 53. Registration: To receive credit for this course, you must register for and attend three (3) sections. The sections are: the lecture section (sect. 001) a recitation section (sects. 002-010) a clinic section (sects. 999) None of these is optional! A laboratory requirement is fulfilled by registering for and attending the General Chemistry I Laboratory (V25.0103) course. The lab is a separate, 2-credit course. Materials: The required materials for this course are: Textbook - Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change, 5th Ed., by Martin S. Silberberg. Lecture notes – available at the NYU Bookstore (packaged free with the text or sold separately). iClicker lecture response device – available at the NYU Bookstore. Molecular models - A set of molecular models is required . The HGS “Organic Chemistry Set for Student” (by Maruzen) is highly recommended . The version sold at the NYU Bookstore is customized for this course. You will not need these models until we reach Chapter 10. Scientific Calculator
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