Fa11_CHEM210_Levi_93290 - CHEM 210 General Chemistry I CRN...

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CHEM 210 - General Chemistry I CRN 93290 - Fall 2011 (8/17 - 12/07) Instructor: Mr. Z. Levi Lecture: M/W: 8:10 – 9:25 am (Building 7, Rm 7-338) Lab: M/W: 10:00 am – 12:40 pm (Building 7, Rm 7-341) Office Hours: M/W: 12:40 – 1:40 pm; T/Th: 11:50 am – 12:50 pm Located in Lab 7-341 Please feel free to ask questions or leave a message at any time by email: [email protected] I am also available to meet by appointment. Course Objectives: Upon completion of General Chemistry I, students should have an understanding of the basic composition of matter, including atomic, ionic, and molecular structures, be able to predict products of chemical reactions, apply stoichiometry, and evaluate the role of energy in chemical reactions. Students should also be proficient in the safe use of laboratory chemicals and the basic principles, techniques, and equipment used to collect, analyze, and interpret experimental data. Problem-solving, critical-thinking, and communication of ideas will be emphasized in the course. Prerequisites: The prerequisite for the course is completion of MATH 120 (Intermediate Algebra) or the equivalent with a grade of C or better, or an appropriate math placement score. Completion of CHEM 192 (Introductory Chemistry) or the equivalent is also highly recommended. Please see me if you have any questions regarding this requirement. Required Materials: CHEMISTRY, 6 th Edition by Martin Silberberg (The 5 th edition is also acceptable for the course.) CONNECT for CHEMISTRY, 6 th Edition (online homework system) Skyline Chemistry 210 Laboratory Manual (August 2010 Edition) Laboratory Handbook for General Chemistry, 3 rd ed. Laboratory Notebook: Bound, page-numbered, dual-copy student laboratory notebook Scientific Calculator: A scientific calculator is required. Devices with a full alpha-numeric (qwerty) keyboard, or wi-fi or cellular capability will NOT be allowed during quizzes or exams. Many graphing calculators are acceptable. Laboratory Safety Glasses or Goggles Ruler / Straightedge Sargent-Welsh Periodic Table Optional Materials: Student Solutions Manual to accompany CHEMISTRY by Silberberg Study Guide to accompany CHEMISTRY by Silberberg
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Lecture & Laboratory Website, Calendar and Links The lecture and laboratory calendar will be maintained on a Google calendar. Please refer to this calendar for the specific experiments that will be performed, topics for lecture, discussion sessions in lab, some due dates, and other course activities: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=abburez%40gmail.com&ctz=America/Los_Angeles WebAccess will also be an important source of course information, including relevant links, lecture notes, weekly reading and assignments, practice problems, answer keys, and review material: https://smccd.mrooms.net/course/view.php?id=36409 Course Calendar – Important Dates August 17 First day of classes Aug 31 Lecture QUIZ #1 (administered in LAB)
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