CHEM 106-01 201020 - Ivy Tech Community College...

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Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette/Regional Syllabus Course Information Semester 201020 Course and Section Number: CHM 106-01D (CRN # 32631) Credits : 5.0 Course Title: General Chemistry II Contact Hours: 3 Hours Lecture 4 Hours Lab Prerequisites: CHM 105, General Chemistry I and MAT 132, Algebra/Trigonometry II or MAT133, College Algebra or MAT 136, College Algebra School : Program : Days : Lecture: Wednesday/Friday Lab: Friday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM 11:00 AM – 12:50 PM Building: Griffin / Ivy Hall Room: Wednesday – GH 140 Friday – GH 223 Friday Lab – Ivy Hall 2235 Faculty Information Name : Lesley Geldart Office Location: Ivy Hall 1212 E-mail address: [email protected] Contact Phone Number: home (765) 497-9041 FAX number: 765-269-5148 Office Hours: By appointment Division Office: Ivy Hall 1166, 765-269-5710 Catalog Description: The second in a series of two introductory courses designed to cover general chemistry including kinetics, equilibria, acid/ base chemistry, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry and descriptive inorganic chemistry General Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course the student will be expected to: 1. Describe chemical kinetics, calculate a rate law for a given reaction and propose reaction mechanisms. 2. Explain chemical equilibrium including the equilibrium constant and its use in solving problems. 3. Apply equilibrium knowledge to acid – base equilibria, solubility equilibria and complex ion equilibria. 4. Calculate the pH for strong and weak acid and base solutions, expressing the nature of acids and bases. Page 1 of 10 201020 Updated: 07:22:01
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5. Describe the basic concepts of thermodynamics including entropy, free energy, and spontaneous processes. 6. Identify the basics of electrochemistry and calculate galvanic cells, standard reduction potentials, cell potentials, batteries, corrosion and electrolysis. 7. Relate basic radiochemistry including nuclear stability, nuclear transformations, detection and uses of radioactivity, radioactive decay, fission and fusion. 8. Describe the properties of various inorganic elements. 9. Relate the chemistry of some basic organic molecules especially alkanes, alkenes, and aromatics. Course Content: Topical areas of study include – Concentration and reaction rate Controlling reaction rates Reaction mechanisms Chemical equilibrium Equilibrium constants Types of acids and bases Weak acids and bases pH Salts in water Titrations Buffer solutions Solubility equilibrium Thermodynamics Entropy Gibbs free energy Electrochemistry Galvanic cells Electrolysis Descriptive inorganic chemistry Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Boron family Carbon family Nitrogen family Oxygen family Halogens Noble gases Transition metals Nuclear chemistry Organic chemistry Required Texts: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach by Tro. 2 nd edition. ISBN-10: 0321706153 ISBN-13: 9780321706157 Custom Lab Manual. Recommended Texts:
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