Chem1BSyllabusF2010 - Fall 2010 CHEM 1B C OURSE SYLLABUS...

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Fall 2010 CHEM 1B COURSE SYLLABUS Page 1 INSTRUCTOR Dr. Gary DeCicco Office: 1940 Bech Hall Phone: 527-4658 (voice mail available) Email: [email protected] Homepage: Office hours: M 12:00-1:00, T 3:00-4:00, W 12:00-1:00, TH 3:00-3:30 COURSE PREREQUISITES Chemistry 1A ("General Chemistry") completed with "C" grade or better COURSE MATERIALS Required: (a) Lecture Text: Gilbert, Kirss, Foster & Davies, Chemistry , 2 nd Edition, Norton, 2008. (b) Chemistry 1B Lecture Outline , Dr. Gary DeCicco, Fall 2010. (c) Laboratory Text: Laboratory Manual for Chemistry 1B , Chemistry Department SRJC, Fall 2010. (d) A simple scientific calculator with exponential & logarithmic capabilities. If you do not currently own a scientific calculator, we recommend consultation with your chemistry instructor to select a make and model that will fulfill your long-range academic needs. Please note that graphing calculators and programmable calculators required for some math classes are not allowed during examinations in any SRJC chemistry course. (e) Protective eyewear and apron must be used in the laboratory at all times as required by California State law. (f) Laboratory Notebook: It must have prenumbered pages and the ability to produce duplicate copies STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES After successful completion of this course, a student will be able to: 1. Safely synthesize a variety of chemical compounds in a laboratory. 2. Use modern instrumentation and computer interface to analyze and identify standard chemical compounds as well as those synthesized in the laboratory. 3. Write comprehensive laboratory reports to effectively analyze data and communicate results and conclusions. 4. Apply principles of chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, bonding and reactivity to real world situations. EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN In the event of an emergency, remain calm and take deliberate action as necessary. In an earthquake, seek cover from falling objects. In most other situations, your instructor will have time to tell you what to do. During a power outage, Bech Hall can be extremely dark. Remain calm and minimize your movement while your eyes adjust and flashlights and glowsticks are located for you. The power in Bech Hall is rarely out for more than 20 minutes at a time. In the event of an evacuation, turn off any flame or heat source you are using and go to the lawn between Bech, Shuhaw and Baker halls. This is our designated assembly area. Wait here, as your instructor will take roll. Copies of the red Emergency Preparedness Handbook are posted throughout the building and have more detailed information and procedures for most imaginable emergencies. Any type of emergency can be reported to the District Police Dispatcher at (707) 527-1000.
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Fall 2010 CHEM 1B COURSE SYLLABUS Page 2 ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES If you need disability-related accommodations for this class, such as a note taker, test taking services, special furniture, use of service animal, etc., please provide the Authorization for
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