2011S2-CHEM-1412-6001 - CHEMISTRY 1412 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II...

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CHEMISTRY 1412 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II GENERAL INFORMATION College Name Mountain View College Division Science Allied Health & Physical Education Dean Karen Valencia, Ph. D., 214-860-8649 Semester SUMMER II 2011 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Name VICTOR AGBASI DCCCD E-mail VEA4462@dcccd.edu Telephone 214-860-8653/214-860-3653 Office Number TBA Office Hours TBA COURSE INFORMATION Course Number CHEM 1412 Section Number 6001 Credit Hours 4 Lecture Room H 130 Laboratory Room H 132 Lecture Time/Instructor MTWR 8:00 AM-10:20 AM/VICTOR AGBASI Laboratory Time/Instructor MTWR 11:00 AM-1:20 PM/VICTOR AGBASI COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is for science and science-related majors. It is a continuation of Chemistry 1411. Topics include states of matter, phase diagrams and intermolecular interactions; reaction kinetics, chemical equilibrium, modern acid-base theory, buffers, chemical thermodynamics, colligative properties of solutions, electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry. Topics may further include transition-metal chemistry, an introduction to organic chemistry and qualitative inorganic analysis. (3 Lec., 3 Lab.) COURSE PREREQUISITES Chemistry 1411. One of the following must be met: (1) Developmental Reading 0093 or (2) English as a Second Language (ESOL) 0044 or (3) have met the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Reading standard.
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COURSE COREQUISITE NONE REQUIRED TEXT(S) Chemistry , The Central Science. 11th Ed; Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Prentiss Hall, Inc., 2007, ISBN # 9780136006176 INQUIRIES IN CHEMISTRY, 3RD EDITION, ABRAHAM, ISBN # 9781577660613 REQUIRED MATERIALS: GOGGLES, COMPOSITION BOOK FOR NOTES AND LATEX GLOVES STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR DISCIPLINE OF CHEMISTRY Student will be able to: 1) Explain and interpret qualitative concepts and trends. 2) Integrate multiple ideas in the problem solving process. 3) Recognize chemical equations and apply them to solve chemical problems. 4) Evaluate results for physical viability. 5) Demonstrate their ability to represent chemistry artistically, either through presentation, poster or art form. 6) Maintain a laboratory notebook or lab exercises according to standard scientific guidelines. 7) Express laboratory results clearly and precisely in written laboratory reports. 8) Construct and accurately interpret data through graphical representation. 9) Apply chemical concepts learned in lecture to laboratory exercises. 10) Analyze results acquired from laboratory experiments and evaluate sources of error. Student will be able to: 1. Reason logically to solve social, political, economic, scientific, quantitative, or personal problems. 2. Communicate ideas (aurally, orally, and in writing) with clarity, logic, proper grammar, and appropriateness for audience and occasion.
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3. Employ reading strategies to demonstrate learning, to analyze information, to formulate judgments, and to make recommendations 4. Apply research skills necessary to retrieve and evaluate information. 5.
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