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c103-sp10-0329 - Chemistry 103 Spring 2010 MW 4:20-5:35 PM...

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Chemistry 103 Spring 2010 MW 4:20-5:35 PM in Bio Sciences 144 Instructor Dr. James Rudd Office Hours MW 3:15-4:20 PM, 5:35-6 PM T 1-2 PM, and by appointment Bio Sciences 144 or PS 716 Contact (323) 343 – 2309 Information [email protected] Syllabus 1. Handed out and discussed in recitation. 2. Can download at http://www.calstatela.edu/dept/chem/class- notes.htm Today 1. Brief review of solutions, intermolecular forces, and behavior of liquids. 2. Introduction to chemistry of solutions.
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Chemistry 103 Spring 2010 2 Chemistry A science that deals with the composition, structure, properties, and transformations of substances. CHEM 103 builds on concepts and skills developed in CHEM 101 and 102. Great understanding of : 1. Using the mole concept and ratios to conserve mass: Gram <---> mole conversions (Ch 3) Stoichiometry of compounds and reactions (Ch 3 and 4) Empirical formula (Ch 3 and 4) Molarity (Ch 5) 2. Applying the concept of equilibrium to chemical processes (Ch 13) 3. Applying Hess’s Law to chemical processes (Ch 6)
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Chemistry 103 Spring 2010 3 General understanding of : 1. Measuring scientifically (Ch 2), 2. Naming chemicals and writing chemical equations (Ch 1, 3, 4), 3. Chemical reactivity for precipitation and acid-base reactions (Ch 5), 4. Solution chemistry (Ch 5), 5. Using ratios to conserve energy (Ch 6).
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