201sp10 - CHEM 201 Instructor PREREQUISITES COREQUISITE...

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CHEM 201 General Chemistry II - Course Syllabus Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. Paula Gustin PREREQUISITES: Chemistry 200 and 200L with a grade of C or better or equivalent COREQUISITE: Chemistry 201L e-mail: [email protected] Office hours MW 12:40-2:10 TTH 11:45-12:45 CATALOG DESCRIPTION/ COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course is the second semester course in general chemistry and is intended for students majoring in science or satisfying prerequisites for professional schools. The course covers the principles and laws of inorganic chemistry with an emphasis on quantitative, mathematical problem solving. Topics in the course include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, organic chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Upon successful completion of the course, students are prepared for Organic Chemistry I 231. (FT) Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. (CAN CHEM 2 when taken with Chemistry 200L) (CAN CHEM SEQ A=Chem 200 + 200L + 201+ 201L) Attendance and Withdrawal Policy It is ultimately your responsibility to drop the course! Any students remaining on the roster after the last drop date will receive a letter grade. Entering Skills Some of the skills/concepts you have developed in the first semester of General Chemistry are given in Table 1. Table 1 Main Skills/Concepts Developed in CHM200 Predict, balance and use chemical equations for Use classical/quantum models including Calculating amounts of products/reactants Electromagnetic radiation Finding theoretical and percent yields Electron quantum numbers Ionization of acids, bases, and salts Electron configurations Energy level diagrams for the elements Identify property trends in the periodic table for Solve problems dealing with Atomic radii Molarity Ionization energy Molality Electron affinities Percent by mass Relative reactivity within a family Mole fraction
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