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Page 1 of 6 Introductory Chemistry II (CHMA11) - Winter 2011 University of Toronto at Scarborough Welcome to CHMA11! Chemistry is an exciting subject with far-reaching applications in countless disciplines (biology, medicine, geology, environmental science, neuroscience, forensics, food science – the list goes on!). CHMA10 might have given you a taste of this, but in this course we’re going to take things even further. We’ll be continuing to teach you the fundamentals of the subject, but our hope is that this course will also give you an appreciation for the depth and importance of this discipline. By the end of the semester, you should be thoroughly convinced that chemistry is indeed all around you ! Before we get started, please take a few minutes to read through this document. It contains important information which will help make sure you have all the tools you need to succeed in this course. Staff Contact Information: Instructors: Prof. Jamie Donaldson (weeks 1-6) SW412A Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mondays 10-11 am; Wednesdays 3-4:30 pm Dr. Steve Hayward (weeks 7-12) P0103, rm 116 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:30-10:30 am Lab Coordinator: Lin Teo SW155C Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays 10:30-noon Email Policy: Please use a valid “utoronto.ca” account for all CHMA11 correspondence. Emails received from other accounts are frequently filtered out as spam and may not be received. When composing your email, please use professional language. Be sure to include the course code as part of the subject line and sign the email with your first and last name, as well as your student ID. Your email will be answered as soon as possible. Lecture Schedule: Session 1 lectures take place Monday, Wednesday, Friday in AC223 between 12:10-1:00 pm. Session 2 lectures take place Monday, Wednesday, Friday in AC223 between 1:10-2:00 pm.
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Page 2 of 6 Required Text: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach , 2nd Ed., by Nivaldo J. Tro. The text, solutions manual and the online homework program (Mastering Chemistry) can be purchased together from the UTSC Bookstore as a package. If you took CHMA10 last semester you can continue to use your text and Mastering Chemistry account for this course. List of Topics (Tentative*): Week Topic(s) Suggested Reading Jan 10-14 Review of chemical bonding; Intermolecular forces (10.1-10.8) 11.1-11.4 Jan 17-21 Properties of liquids and solids, phase diagrams, covalent/ionic solids, crystal structures 11.5-11.13 Jan 24-28 Solutions and their physical properties 12.1-12.8 Jan 31 - Feb 4 Chemical kinetics 13.1-13.6 Feb 7-11 Catalysis, Introduction to chemical equilibrium 13.7, 14.1-14.6 Feb 14-18 Chemical equilibrium continued, Mid-term review 14.7-14.9 Feb 21-25 Reading Week n/a Feb 28 - Mar 4 Introduction to Acids and Bases 15.1-15.7 Mar 7-11 Acid-base properties of salts and polyprotic acids; molecular structure and acid strength; Lewis acids
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