Chem_142C_SyllabusAut10

Chem_142C_SyllabusAut10 - CHEMISTRY 142C AUTUMN 2010...

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1 CHEMISTRY 142C, AUTUMN 2010 SYLLABUS, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURES LECTURES : M, W, F 4:30 – 5:20 PM, KNE 120 Web Address : http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ Prerequisites: Completed high school chemistry and placement into Math 120 or higher. Add or Drop: Go to Bagley 303 (Chemistry Department’s undergraduate services) Class: Ms. Ashvinder K Chilana Office : CHL 016 Telephone : 206.543.3795 (I go by Ashvi) E-mail: [email protected] Office hours : Wed: 5:20-6:20 PM, Fri: 3:15 – 4:15 PM (and by appointment) Lab: Dr. Andrea Carroll Office : BAG 219 Telephone : 616-5319 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours : by appointment Teaching Assistants: Name (email) Sections Andreas Tillack ( [email protected] ) CE,CH Adam Colbert ( [email protected] ) CA,CC Alisha Jones ( [email protected] ) CD,CG Ross Grimshaw ( [email protected] ) CB,CF MATERIALS All materials/supplies are available from the University Bookstore. All items are required unless noted otherwise. b Zumdahl, Chemical Principles, 6 th Edition (custom-split Chem 142 version contains Chapters 1- 8 and 20, the complete Student Solutions Manual, and a lifetime-of-edition WebAssign access code). b Kelter, Study Guide, Chemical Principles, 6 th Edition (optional). b UW Chemistry , General Chemistry 142 Laboratory Manual, Autumn 2010 through Summer 2011. (Hayden McNeil) b UW Chemistry Laboratory Notebook (Hayden McNeil) with numbered pages and carbonless duplicate pages. b Lab coat and safety goggles (not safety glasses or any other type of goggles). b Scantron forms, scientific calculator(NON GRAPHING), and WebAssign access code. WebAssign access codes can be purchased bundled with the custom-split textbook or separately, either at the University bookstore or online once you login to WebAssign. COURSE DESCRIPTION The course consists of: o 3 lectures a week o 1 quiz section/discussion session a week o 1 three-hour laboratory session most weeks of the quarter (4 total – you will be assigned to schedule A or schedule B). Attendance at ALL course components is essential to obtain a satisfactory grade in this course.
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2 COURSE OBJECTIVES The central focus of this course is to develop quantitative problem solving skills. You will: s Learn to clearly pose a problem with detailed solutions for all aspects of that problem. These can include central and auxiliary equations with any needed conversion factors. s Learn to report precision input data in solutions to problems (contains the appropriate number of significant figures). s Use these skills to master the following fundamental chemistry topics: the atomic nature of matter stoichiometry classes of inorganic chemical reactions gases chemical equilibrium acids and bases applications of aqueous equilibria s Conduct laboratory exercises that: emphasize and apply the concepts learned in lectures. develop laboratory, data analysis, and scientific writing skills.
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