CHEM_1050_onground - CHEM 1050 S 1605 Introduction to...

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CHEM 1050 – S 1605 – Introduction to General Chemistry Andrea Geyer, M.S. Last Add: 1/14/11 Last Refund: 1/16/11 Last Withdraw: 4/11/11 Contact Information: E-mail   [email protected] Work telephone  (586)445-7106 (leave a message) Mail Box B-304 South Campus or J-106 Center Campus If you don’t hear from me in two to three days, I did not receive your e-mail. Try again. Office Hours:  By appointment only, e-mail me few days in advance. Course Texts and Other Requirements:    General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, 5 th  edition                      H. Stephen Stoker Chemistry 1050 Lab Manual – Macomb Community College               Bettelheim Scientific calculator and goggles (MANDATORY) Grading: 4 Exams        400 points Mid-Term      100 points  (TAKE HOME) Final Exam        100 points 17 Lab Reports       340 points (300 points) – the 2 lowest grades will be dropped   10 Quizzes             250 points TOTAL POINTS – 1150 A     91% or better A-     87% - 90.5% B+    84% - 86.5% B      80% - 83.5% B -     77% – 79.5% C+    73% - 76.5% C      70% - 72.5% C -     66% - 69.5%
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D+   63% - 65.5% D      59% - 62.5% D -     50% - 58.5% E    less than 50%  Course Description: Topics introduced include: math and measurement, atomic structure, chemical bonding, naming  and formulas, treatment of chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and acid-base chemistry. The laboratory  component complements lecture material while introducing students to a variety of experimental techniques. Read the lab   material prior to the lab. Chemistry 1050 Learning Outcomes: At the end of the semester the student should have an understanding of the  basic concepts of general chemistry and know the lab techniques which are applications of these concepts.  The student should  demonstrate the ability to solve problems involving stoichiometry, predict bonding, name compounds, determine the geometric  structure of covalent compounds, solve problems involving gas laws, and apply this knowledge when performing chemical  experiments. ATTENDANCE:
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