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Syllabus - SPELMANCOLLEGE CHE112(Sec.2)GeneralChemistry...

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SPELMAN COLLEGE CHE 112 (Sec. 2) – General Chemistry COURSE REQUIREMENTS SPRING 2008
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INSTRUCTOR Dr. Lisa B. Hibbard OFFICE Science Center, Rm. 347; Phone: (404) 270-5745;  e-mail: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS MT 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.; WF 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; or by appointment  Use of the WebCT bulletin board for posting questions is encouraged. LECTURE MTWF 1:00-1:50 PM, Science Center, Room 232 TEXTBOOK CHEMISTRY, Ninth Edition, Raymond Chang, McGraw Hill Co.  ChemSkill Builder On-Line Homework ($20 - order online at  www.chemskillbuilder.com.) Several reference books are available in my office  for use by students. OTHER REQUIRED  MATERIALS Catalyst Prentice Hall Custom Laboratory Program for Chemistry, Spelman   College  is required for the laboratory.  A lab notebook with carbon paper is also  required. COURSE  DESCRIPTION This course is the second course in the general chemistry sequence.  We will  discuss the development of chemical principles involving topics in chemical  bonding, properties of solids, liquids and solutions, chemical kinetics, aqueous  equilibria, thermodynamics and electrochemistry.  Topics will be presented such  that students with little or no experience with the material being discussed will be  able to understand the concepts.  Much of the material used in the course will be  available on the course website located on the Spelman WebCT server.  Students will be able to obtain learning objectives, lecture notes, homework  assignments, and other pertinent information from this website. This course  establishes a background in chemistry for the student who is preparing for a  career in chemistry, engineering, biological sciences, medicine, allied health  professions and related fields.
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