Lecture 01 - CHEMISTRY 162B, SPRING 2011 SYLLABUS, POLICIES...

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4/12/11 Footer Text CHEMISTRY 162B, SPRING 2011 SYLLABUS, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES LECTURES : M , W , F 10:30 AM – 11:20 PM, BAG 131 LABS: By sections, Bagley 291, 290 Web Address : http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ Instructor : Dr. Jasmine Bryant Email: inorg@uw.edu Office: BAG 412 Office hours: Mon. 11:30am – 12:30pm TAs for Quiz Sections and Labs: Section Name (email) BA, BG Sarah Hayden (haydens@u.washington.edu) BB, BK Joseph May (jwmay@u.washington.edu) BC, BL Bejan Hakimi (bhakimi@u.washington.edu) BD, BI Thomas Oates (oatest@u.washington.edu) BE, BH Brian Fitz (fitzb@u.washington.edu) BF, BJ Guazheng Shao (gzshao@u.washington.edu) See course syllabus for times, locations, and policies.
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4/12/11 Footer Text CHEMISTRY 162B, SPRING 2011 Exams FINAL EXAM Monday, June 6 , 8:30 – 10:20 AM, BAG 131 MIDTERM EXAMS There are 2 midterm exams during the quarter. Midterm 1: Friday April 22 , 10:30 – 11:20 AM, BAG 131 Midterm 2: Wednesday, May 18 , 10:30 – 11:20 AM, BAG 131
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Grading 2 midterm exams (50 min. each) 30 % Quiz Section Participation 4 % Homework 12 % Laboratory 20 % Final exam (1 hr. 50 min.) 34 % TOTAL 100 % Homework will be due by 5 pm on Fridays
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Properties of matter (examples: density, phases, elemental composition, reactions). Elements and compounds atoms and molecules . Periodic properties, compound formulas, polyatomic ions. Counting atoms/molecules using moles n : n = m/MM (solids/liquids/gases) n = PV/RT (gases) n = VM (solutions) Reactions: dissociation/precipitation (solubility), acid-base (H+ transfer), redox (e– transfer) Gases and atmospheric chemistry Equilibrium constants and LeChâtelier’s Principle. Quantitative pH, solubility calculations (using Ka,b, Ksp ) Chemistry 142 (Text Ch. 1-8)
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4/12/11 Footer Text Energy flow in reactions: E = q + w = H P V Δ Δ Δ Spontaneity, entropy, and free energy: Go = Ho T So = RT ln Keq Δ Δ Δ Electrochemistry: Go = nFEo Δ E
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Lecture 01 - CHEMISTRY 162B, SPRING 2011 SYLLABUS, POLICIES...

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