Ch 7 Meeting 1 slides Fall _09

Ch 7 Meeting 1 slides Fall _09 - Meeting 1 Chem 161 Fall...

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Meeting 1 Chem 161 Fall ‘2009 Lecture 20, October 19, 2009. Hickman 101 9:30 – 10:25 Beck Aud 1.55 – 2:50 Intro: Professor Potenza Office: Wright Lab 182, Chem Bldg, Busch Campus Office Hour: Monday, 3:15 – 4:30 PM Lectures: M,W,Th 9:30 – 10.25 AM Hickman 101 Douglass Campus M,W,F – 1:55 – 2:50 Beck Auditorium, Livingston Campus You are already acquainted with the text, course organization, and the course requirements. I will follow the text closely, but not religiously. Suggest that you read ahead, so that when the material is presented in class it will be familiar and will make some sense. Will Follow text closely read ahead Yyou have completed the first 6 chapters in the text, so we will begin with Chapter 7& continue on through Chapter 11. 1
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The first 6 chapters dealt primarily with chemicals and chemical reactions, and bonding, and was macroscopic in nature. Chs 1 – 6 macroscopic/bulk properties of matter Dealt with pressure, temperature, volume, grams of material or, familiar everyday concepts and amounts For the next few weeks, beginning with Ch 7, we will look at the properties of individual atoms and ions and the components of atoms in an attempt to Understand the properties of matter/chemical bonding from a microscopic viewpoint Claim: in looking at individual atoms and their structure, we must enter a new world in which we have to abandon certain cherished concepts. Understand subatomic world? must abandon certain concepts and rely on the scientific method (verifiable theories/ reproducible experiments Example: The position and momentum of a particle (say and electron can not be known simultaneously. Electrons behave as waves and as particles
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Ch 7 Meeting 1 slides Fall _09 - Meeting 1 Chem 161 Fall...

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