COURSE SYLLABUS, CHE 201-05-06, S08
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General College Chemistry
A thorough course in inorganic
chemistry emphasizing atomic structure, stoichiometry,
periodic classification, chemical bonding, states of matter,
and nuclear chemistry.
Three lectures, two hours of
laboratory, and two hours of recitation per week.
To provide background for a continued study
To provide thinking, learning, and problem-
solving skills applicable to other sciences.
To attain a level of understanding of
basic chemistry such that the student can satisfactorily
complete and understand the content of subsequent
chemistry courses (CHE 202 etc.).
The Study of Change
Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions
First Examination, Chapters 1, 2, part of 3 (140 pts)
Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
Second Examination, Chapters 3, 4, 5 (150 pts)
Quantum Theory and Electronic Structure
Third Examination, Chapters 6, 7, 8 (150 pts)
Chemical Bonding I
Chemical Bonding II
Fourth Examination, Chapters 9, 10 (110 pts)