CHM 116 syllabus FA10 - Dueweke (1)

CHM 116 syllabus FA10 - Dueweke (1) - CHM 116-10 Thomas...

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CHM 116-10 Principles of Chemistry II Fall 2010 Thomas Dueweke, PhD 371 Padnos 331-8981 [email protected] Office hours: Mon 4-5; Tue 1-2; Wed 3-4; Thu 1-2; by appointment; or open door Prerequisites: CHM 115 and MTH 122 (or equivalent) Required Materials: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach, Nivaldo Tro, 3 rd ed (2 nd OK) Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ Laboratory Manual, “Chemistry 116: Principles of Chemistry II” A scientific calculator (sharing will be impractical on quizzes/exams) A red pen (in addition to your usual, darker pen or pencil) Lecture: Section 10 MTWTh 12:00 – 12:50 PM MAN 123 Discussions: Section 11 Wed 2:00 – 2:50 PM MAK B1112 Section 12 Wed 4:00 – 4:50 AM PAD 168 Section 13 Thu 9:00 – 9:50 AM MAK B2116 Section 14 Thu 10:00 – 10:50 AM MAK D2123 Course Objectives: This course aims to convey how scientists characterize chemical reactions quantitatively. The major topics are equilibrium, thermodynamics, and kinetics. Adequate foundational knowledge from CHM 115 is necessary for success in CHM 116, and students will continue to learn descriptive chemistry (what common elements tend to do). In CHM 116, expect to puzzle over difficult concepts and prepare to use algebra skills extensively in order to solve problems associated with the chemistry topics above. An overall objective is to enable an understanding of the fundamental rules of chemistry that apply to ourselves and the physical world around us. Expectations:
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