CHM2046Gower - CHM 2046 General Chemistry 2 Spring 2012...

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1 CHM 2046 General Chemistry 2 Gower Sections Spring 2012 INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Gower ( jgower@ufl.edu ) Lectures: MWF 8th Per. (CLB 130) Office hours: MWF 4 th and 6 th Periods; R 7 th and 8 th Periods in CLB 314 TEXTBOOK : Principles of General Chemistry , 2 nd Edition, Martin S. Silberberg, McGraw-Hill – You should also obtain a spiral bound self-assessment notebook PREREQ : Grade of C or higher in CHM 2045 plus MAC 1140 or MAC 1147 or MAC 2311. LECTURE AND EXAM SCHEDULE (lecture schedule is tentative) Dates Topics Chapters Jan. 9 – Feb. 8 Chemical Equilibrium; Acids and Bases; Acid/Base Equilibria Chaps. 17 – 19.2 Thursday, Feb. 9 (8:20 10:20 pm) Progress Exam 1 Cumulative Feb. 10 – Mar. 14 Solubility Equilibria; Thermodynamics; Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry Chaps. 19.3–19.4, 20, 4.5–4.6, and 21 Thursday, Mar. 15 (8:20 10:20 pm) Progress Exam 2 Cumulative Mar. 16 – Apr. 11 Main Group Elements; Metals and Metallurgy; Transition Metals Chaps. 14, 22, 23 Thursday, Apr. 12 (8:20 10:20 pm) Progress Exam 3 Cumulative Apr. 13 – Apr. 25 Nuclear Chemistry; Cumulative Class Review Chap. 23 and review Saturday, Apr. 28 (5:30 7:30 pm) Final Exam Cumulative ONLINE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE (in Sakai Assessments) (Assessments Open at 12:00am on Begin Dates and Close at 12:00am on Due Dates) Assessment # 1 2 3 4 5 6 Begin Date Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 Mar. 26 Apr. 2 Due Date Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 31 Apr. 7 HOLIDAYS (no classes): January 16 (MLK,Jr. Day); March 5–9 (Spring Break) SAKAI (CLASS WEB SITE) : http://lss.at.ufl.edu Here you will find the syllabus, your gradebook for the class, selected lecture material, files, end-of-chapter problem solutions, class announcements, and other pertinent info for the course. It is your responsibility to check the Class Web Site often (as well as your gradebook) to make sure that you do not miss important announcements and other information and to ensure that your gradebook is accurate. LECTURE ATTENDANCE AND ETIQUETTE: Students should attend each assigned lecture, but attendance is not monitored. Keep in mind that although you may decide to not attend lecture, you are nevertheless responsible for everything that is said in lecture. No excuses, no exceptions. Be in class on time. If you arrive late, enter in the REAR of the hall, NOT the front of the hall. If possible, please keep the last row of the hall reserved for students who need to leave lecture early. Do not leave from mid-rows or mid-hall, and only leave through rear doors and not front doors, unless for emergency. When the instructor is speaking, DO NOT SPEAK, PERIOD! It bothers your fellow students. Failure to keep quiet during lecture will result in your being told to leave the hall.
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2 DISCUSSION CLASSES: The Discussion Classes meet every week (except for the first week of the semester) according to the schedule linked below. As with lectures, your attendance in Discussion classes is not monitored, but it is highly recommended that you
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