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Unformatted text preview: Absences: Student attendance is expected for all lectures and all students are responsible for the information presented in lectures, including changes to course policies or schedules. Physical book or ebook? If you will have reason to refer to your general chemistry text in the future as you continue your studies (which will certainly be the case ifyou continue as a chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical engineering major), then owning and keeping the physical text is the best option. lfyour degree program requim only a . single year of chemistry or less without significant reference to general chemistry topics in your subsequent studies, the purchasing the ebook can be your best option. Note that an ebook purchase provides access for only one year, and that one year of check access is included with the purchase of the physical text. Accessing OWL (if you have an access code): 1. Go to ht_tp://owl.cengage.coml 2. Click on “General” in the top central red box 3. Click on “Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity, 7th Edition; EOE. [reicheL Townsen ” 3“d text on the page. .2, 4. Click on “Texas Tech Universit -- Lubbock Texas” in the alphabetica} listing of schools. 5. Click the blue arrow under student registration. 6. Select CHEM 1307 Fall 2010, section 003. _ .. 7. Provide all of the information and continue (Please use your personal test number PTN as your personal identifier). Purchasing the ebook and OWL directly from the publisher: 1. Go to http://cengagecom/ 2. Click on “Higher Education” on the left side of the page 3. Under “Mathematics and Sciences” click “Chemistry” 4. Click “General Chemistry” 5. Click “Buy at ichapters.com” for Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, 7“ Edition; Kotz, Treichel, Townsend. 6. Choose “ebook in owl, 2-semester”. 7. Continue and purchase ebook and OWL access code. 8. Follow instructions above for accessing OWL with an access code. History of atomic theory, ' table Naming, mixtures, moles, empirical and molecular formulas odem atomic theory and periodic Balancing equations, solutions of ions and molecules Water, acid/base & precipitation reactions, Redox reactions Moles, empirical and molecular formulas Solution stoichiometry Energy, specific heat capacity, enthalpy, calorimetry. Thermochemical equations Hess‘s law, Heats of reaction Heats of reaction, In-class review for exam 1 Nature of light "EXAM 1 - 7.00-8.30 pm -Chapters 1-5** Atomic spectra, wave/particle duality Quantum mechanical model; Periodic table, quantum numbers Intro to Lewis structures and Electronegativity Covalent bonding and Lewis dot structures VSEPR & molecular shapes Double/triple bonds and Lewis dot structure In-class review for exam 2 “EXAM 2 7.00-8.30 pm - Chapters 6-8“r Hybridization, Applications of ideal gas law; KMT, real gases, diffusion and effusion History of atomic theory, ' table Naming, mixtures, moles, empirical and molecular formulas odem atomic theory and periodic Balancing equations, solutions of ions and molecules Water, acid/base & precipitation reactions, Redox reactions Moles, empirical and molecular formulas Solution stoichiometry Energy, specific heat capacity, enthalpy, calorimetry. Thermochemical equations Hess‘s law, Heats of reaction Heats of reaction, In-class review for exam 1 Nature of light "EXAM 1 - 7.00-8.30 pm -Chapters 1-5** Atomic spectra, wave/particle duality Quantum mechanical model; Periodic table, quantum numbers Intro to Lewis structures and Electronegativity Covalent bonding and Lewis dot structures VSEPR & molecular shapes Double/triple bonds and Lewis dot structure In-class review for exam 2 “EXAM 2 7.00-8.30 pm - Chapters 6-8“r Hybridization, Applications of ideal gas law; KMT, real gases, diffusion and effusion ...
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