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Chapter 1 - Welcome to CHEM1010 Chemistry I 1 Course...

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1 Welcome to CHEM1010 Chemistry I
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2 Course Description The objective of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of the following concepts: Chemical measurement, units and significant figures. The mole and its use in chemical calculations and chemical formulae (stoichiometry). Modern models of atomic structure. The properties of gases. Thermochemistry and the study of the heat absorbed or released during a chemical process.
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3 Dr. Gillian Goring Office Hours Tuesday/Thursday: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm (U5 69) Friday: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm (U5 69) or by appointment Email: [email protected] Lectures: Tuesday: 9:40 am – 11:00 am (J127) Thursday: 9:40 am – 11:00 am (J127) Textbook: McMurry and Fay, Chemistry, 5 th edition (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008) bundled with Mastering General Chemistry Student Access Kit (5 th Edition).
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4 Dr. Richard Bartholomew Email address: [email protected] Labs (Start Week of Jan 17 th ): Monday: 11:10 am – 2:00 pm (UA3420) Laboratory Requirements: The Chemistry 1010 Laboratory Manual Winter, 2011 Lab Coat, Safety Glasses and Closed Toe & Heal shoes Tutorials (Start Week of Jan 17 th ): Wednesday: 2:10 pm – 3:30 pm (UB2050)
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5 Week Topic Notes Room Jan 10 th Introduction/ Chemistry: Matter and Measurement J127 Jan 17 th Atoms, Molecules and Ions J127 Jan 24 th Formulas, Equations and Moles J127 Jan 31 st Reactions in Aqueous Solution J127 Feb 7 th Review and Term Test 1 Feb 10th J127 Feb14 th Periodicity and Atomic Structure J127 Feb 21 st Reading week J127 Feb 28 th Ionic Bonds J127 Mar 7 th Covalent Bonds J127 Mar 14 th Review /Term Test 2 March 22 nd J127 Mar 21 st Gases: Their Properties & Behavior Review Test 2 J127 Mar 28 th Thermochemistry J127 April 4 th Nuclear Chemistry (time permitting) J127 April 11 th Final exam review J127 TBA Final Exam TBA Course Overview
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6 Evaluation Labs 15% Assignments 10% Tutorial Quizzes 10% Term Test 1 12.5% Term Test 2 12.5% In-class Quizzes 5% 1 Final Exam 35 % Course Materials Course lectures and other materials will be available on the course WebCT site. I would like everyone to print out a copy of the notes and bring them to the lecture. You will really struggle if you don’t have the notes . You will need to scribble and add things to the notes during class. Course Evaluation
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7 Assignments Assignments will be completed in Mastering Chemistry online. The course code for logging into Mastering Chemistry is: MC1010Winter2011gg Detailed information on how to register for Mastering Chemistry is available in the course outline. Once you are registered for Mastering Chemistry available assignments will be visible under the Assignments tab. Assignments will be posted Monday at 12:00 pm and will close at the end of the following week on Sunday at 6:00 pm. There will be 5 assignments – each will be worth 2% of your total mark.
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