TH 102 syllabus W11

TH 102 syllabus W11 - CHM 102-1 and 2 Chemistry and Society...

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CHM 102-1 and 2 Chemistry and Society Winter 2011 Tim Henshaw M, W, F 11-11:50 (Sec 2) M, W, F 12-12:50 (Sec 1) 154 Lake Superior Hall Professor Henshaw: Office TBA E-mail: henshawt@gvsu.edu Office Hours: : Monday 1-2 PM; Weds 10-11 AM and by arrangement Course Requirements: o Text: Chemistry in Context , sixth edition , American Chemical Society (web content located at www.mhhe.com/cic ) o A non-programmable, scientific calculator (that is, non-graphing, but with such functions as exponents and logarithms) Objectives: CHM102 is intended to provide the student with an overview of the fundamental principles of chemistry by surveying some of the ways that chemistry affects our society and daily lives. Course Outline Unit 1: Chemistry and the Atmospheric Environment Chap. 1 The Air We Breath (Properties of air; elements, compounds, mixtures, reactions) Chap. 2 Protecting the Ozone Layer (atomic and molecular structure, bonding; the characteristics of light) Chap. 3 The Chemistry of Global Warming (molecular shape and motion; energy transfer and the mole concept) Unit 2: Chemistry and the Aquatic Environment Chap. 5 The Wonder of Safe Drinking Water (Properties of water, solubility and ions,) Chap. 6 Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain (acids, bases, molarity, pH) Unit 3:
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