CHEM 50 005 F11


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P REPARATORY C OURSE FOR G ENERAL C HEMISTRY C HEM -50, F ALL 2011 I NSTRUCTOR : D R . R AM S UBRAMANIAM , S ECTION : 05 Instructor Contact Information Dr. Ram Subramaniam Office: SC 1222 De Anza College, Cupertino, CA Email: Phone: 408-864-8517 Office Hours: 11:30 to 12:30 on M, W, Th & 10:30 to 11:30 on T Website: Class Meeting Lecture: S-15 Lecture time: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 10:30 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. Lab lecture and Lab: SC 2208 Lab lecture and Lab time: Section 5- Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. Textbook Lecture- Introductory Chemistry, Concepts and Connections, Charles H. Corwin, ISBN 13: 978-0-13-232148-8, ISBN 10: 0-13-232148-3 Lab- Laboratory Manual for Introductory Chemistry, 4 th Edition, C.H. Corwin Course Content This class will serve as a preparation for the General Chemistry sequence. Following a brief review of scientific measurements, we will discuss various simple chemical concepts such as model of an atom and the periodic table. We will learn to write some simple chemical reactions as well as perform calculations based on these reactions. We will then study some basic properties of solids, liquids, and gases, and finally conclude with a discussion of acids and bases. Several sections from chapters 1-15 of your text will be covered during this quarter. Learning Outcomes 1. Assess the fundamental concepts of modern atomic and molecular theory. 2. Evaluate the standard classes of chemical reactions. 3. Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of mathematical concepts pertaining to chemical experimentation and calculations.
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Academic Integrity All graded assignments must be completed without any consultation (people, books, internet) unless otherwise permitted by the instructor. Any student that violates this policy will receive a failing grade (F) in the class and reported to appropriate administrative authorities such as the Dean. Attendance Policy If you miss any of the class meetings (lecture or laboratory) during the first two weeks, you will be dropped from the class. You will be given an “F” grade for unexcused absences in THREE or more subsequent lectures. Excused Absence: If you know in advance that you will need to miss a class, please notify the instructor and provide proof of the excuse. If you have already missed a class, please follow up with the instructor as soon as possible and provide a proof of a valid excuse. Valid excuses are: birth/death in the family, work-related travel, illness/medical
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