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Unformatted text preview: CHM 2045 General Chemistry Spring 2010 Sections Period Instructor Office Office Hours MWF-1 (T dis) Mitchell Flint 256 MWF 4 th and 7 th period MWF-6 (R dis) Mitchell Flint 256 TR 4 th period Office phone 392-9132 TEXTBOOK : " Principles of General Chemistry” , 2nd Edition, Silberberg, McGraw Hill Publishers, 2010 ISBN : 978-0-07-351108-5 Suggested supplementary texts “Chemical Problem-Solving by Dimensional Analysis”, 3rd Edition, by Loebel, McGraw Hill Publishers, 1987. “Chemistry 2045 Course Notes and Tests” Compiled by Dr. John Mitchell, ISBN 0-89892-370-0 INFORMATION : CHM 2045 and CHM 2045L constitute the first semester of the two term sequence of General Chemistry, CHM 2045-2045L-2046-2046L. This sequence is suitable for all science and engineering majors. To continue into CHM 2046, you must earn a grade of C or higher in CHM 2045 and have MAC 1147 or the equivalent or calculus I or higher completed . (Statistics does not count.) If you drop your math class and do not have MAC 1147 or the equivalent or higher you will not be able to go on to CHM 2046 even if you pass CHM 2045 ! Read the Guide to Majors catalog. Schedule: I will follow this schedule very closely and Exam dates will not change!! You can not take the Final early! Tentative: Common Schedule (Spring 2010) Dates (MWF) Topics Book Chapters Jan. 6, 8 Introduction/ Components of Matter (3) Chaps.1, 2 Jan. 11, 13 Components of Matter/ Stoichiometry (2) Chap.2 and 3 Jan. 15, 20, 22 Stoichiometry/ Classes of Chemical Reactions (3) Chap.3, 4 Jan. 25, 27, 29 Classes of Chemical Reactions/ Thermochemistry (2) Chap. 4 and 6 Ten lectures for exam 1 material Tuesday 02 Feb. Exam 1 Chaps.1, 2, 3, 4, 6 Feb. 03, 05, 08 Quantum Theory (3) Chap. 7 Feb. 10, 12, 15 Electron Configuration and Periodicity (3) Chap. 8 Feb. 17, 19, 22 Models of Chemical Bonding (3) Chap. 9 Feb. 24, 26 Mar. 01 Shapes of Molecules (3) Chap. 10 Twelve lectures for exam 2 material Wednesday 03 Mar. Exam 2 Chaps. 7, 8, 9,10 Mar. 05, 15, 17, 19 Theories of Covalent Bonding (3) Chap. 11 Mar. 22, 24, Gases (2) Chap. 5 Mar. 26, 29, 31 Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids (3) Chap. 12 Nine lectures for exam 3 material Thursday 01 April Exam 3 Chaps. 11, 5, 12 Apr. 02, 05, 07 Physical Properties of Solutions (3) Chap. 13 Apr. 09, 12, 14, 16 Kinetics (3) Chap. 16 Apr. 19, 21 Kinetics/ Chemical Equilibrium (3) Chap. 16, 17 Nine lectures for final exam material Sat. 24 April Final Exam Time 10:00 am until 12:00 noon Comprehensive Chap. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17 Holidays: Monday, Jan.18th (MLK, Jr. Day), March 8-12th ( Spring Break) TIPS: Chemistry is very much a "learn by understanding" subject. Because of this you must work in this course to do well. That means you should read the textbook, work on the website, and do the electronic homework until you understand! Then you should work extra problems (from the book) to test your understanding. understanding....
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