2C SYLLABUS FALL 2009

2C SYLLABUS FALL 2009 - University of California Davis...

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University of California – Davis Chemistry 2C – Section A Fall 2009 Lecturer: Andreas Toupadakis, Ph.D. Lectures: Tuesday/Thursday 12:10 – 1:30 p.m., CHEM 194. Office Hours: Thursday 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. and Friday 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. at the SLB building, room 1021. Email: atoupadakis@ucdavis.edu Phone: 754-5126 Web Page: https://smartsite.ucdavis.edu Check the web page and your email for any pertinent announcements or information. Personal http://thelifecurve.com/ Web Page: On a weekend try to watch a video, or listen to an audio or read articles and feedback from students on the topic: “Success in college and after college: How to stay on course”. Head TA: Justin Foust <jtfoust@ucdavis.edu> All questions regarding enrollment issues and other problems should be directed to the Head TA first. All other TA office hours and discussion sections will be posted on the class web page. Text General Chemistry - Principles and Modern Applications Required 9th Edition, Petrucci, Harwood, Herring, Madura Lab Manual Chemistry 2C Laboratory Manual Required Department of Chemistry, UCD Study Guide Chemistry Reader 2C Highly Recommended Written by your teacher: Dr. Andreas Toupadakis Published by KENDALL/HUNT ISBN = 978-0-7575-6230-3 Tutoring: Take advantage of the Learning Skills Center Workshops. Call 752-2013 or for more information visit: http://www.lsc.ucdavis.edu Course Upon completion of this course, you should be able to integrate Objectives: concepts/equations and apply them to chemical problems associated with the topics covered. You should be able to understand and use correct nomenclature for electrochemistry, kinetics, transition metal, main group, organic, and nuclear chemistry. You should be able to relate electrochemistry and kinetic equations to thermodynamics, chemical reactions, and thelifecurve.com
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Toupadakis 2 reaction parameters. You should be able to identify classes of chemical reactions, the relationship between structure and bonding, and the periodic trends allowing for prediction of products from chemical reactions. You should be able to predict structure, including isomerism and the interrelationship between structure and properties. You should be able to understand fundamental process of nuclear chemistry and the application of kinetics to nuclear decay. You should be able to connect the topics to applications in daily life situations. Scope:
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