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notes_Lecture_00_092910 - CHEMISTRY 152 A Autumn 2010...

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CHEMISTRY 152 A Autumn 2010 Class: Dr. Leah Miller Lab: Dr. Andrea Carroll TAs: Jonathan Cox Mike Carroll Abhinav Dhall Chelsea Hess Lectures: Mon., Wed., and Fri. 1:30 pm –2:20 pm
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Course Objectives – Chemistry 152 • Second course in the intro. Chemistry series • Thermodynamics • Electrochemistry • Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Theory • Bonding • Chapters 9-13 in Chemical Principles - By Steven S. Zumdahl
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Materials • Zumdahl, Chemical Principles, 6th Edition – All volumes include the complete Student Solutions Manual at no additional cost. – The Chem 142 volume included a lifetime-of-edition WebAssign access code that will work for Chem 152 and 162 if you take it while we’re still using the 6 th edition of the book. – If you plan to take courses in this series and purchase a full version of the textbook, you will need to purchase a WebAssign access code separately either at the bookstore or online through WebAssign.
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Materials (continued) • Kelter, Study Guide, Chemical Principles, 6th Edition (optional). • UW Chemistry, General Chemistry 152 Laboratory Manual , Autumn 2010. • UW Chemistry Laboratory Notebook (Hayden McNeil) with numbered pages and carbonless duplicate pages. You may continue to use a notebook from a previous quarter if it meets the stated criteria and has at least 30 pages available. • Lab coat and safety goggles (not safety glasses or any other type of goggles). • Scantron forms, scientific calculator, and WebAssign access code.
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Course Components • 3 Lectures a week (Mon., Wed., Fri.) • 1 Quiz section a week (Tues.) • 1 Three-hour laboratory session most weeks (6 labs total) (Wed., Thurs., Fri.) 100% TOTAL 30% Final exam (1 hr. 50 min.) 20% Laboratory 12% Homework (Web Assign) 8% Quizzes (lowest quiz score dropped) 30% 2 midterm exams (50 min. each, 100 pts. each)
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Exams Midterm Exam #1 Wednesday, Oct. 27 th 1:30-2:20 Midterm Exam #2 Friday, November 19 th 1:30-2:20 Final Exam Monday, Dec. 13 2:30-4:20 Be in your assigned seat no later than 1:25pm for the midterms and 2:25 for the final. Midterms end at 2:20pm; final ends at 4:20pm. Bring a Scantron form, a few pencils, a calculator and a photo I.D. to every exam.
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Homework • To be completed on WebAssign • All homework assignments will count (none will be dropped) Homework is due on Wednesdays at 11pm First Assignment Due October 6 Quizzes • 5 quizzes, lowest score will be dropped • Quizzes cover material that has been covered in lecture to date
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Lecture Schedule The lecture schedule is approximate and may be altered slightly as we progress through the quarter. Exam 1 (Chapters 9 and 10) EXAM Oct. 27, W 5 10.10, 10.11 Δ G and Equilibrium 11 Oct. 25, M 5 10.7-10.9 Gibbs Free Energy 10 Oct. 22, F 4 10.5-10.9 Second and Third Law/Gibbs Free Energy 9 Oct. 20, W 4 10.5, 10.6 The Second and Third Law. 8 Oct. 18, M 4 10.2, 10.3, 10.13 Thermo. Def. Of Entropy 7 Oct. 15, F 3 10.1, 10.3 Intro to Entropy 6 Oct. 13, W 3 9.6 Standard Enthalpies
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