Lecture_01_092811 - CHEMISTRY 120A Autumn 2011 LECTURES:...

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CHEMISTRY 120A Autumn 2011 LECTURES: Mon., Tues., Wed., and Thurs. 12:30 – 1:20 pm Kane 130 Instructor: Dr. Leah Miller TAs: Mallory Higgins Stephanie Hemmingson Hunter Sismaet Dana Sulas Kim-Toan Bui Wilson Bailey Julian Rees Samuel Allen Caitlin Bannan
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Course Objectives – Chemistry 120 Learn to clearly pose a problem with detailed solutions for all aspects of that problem. Learn to report precision input data in solutions to problems (contains the appropriate number of significant figures). Use these skills to master the following fundamental chemistry topics: Scientific Method and Chemical Measurement Matter and Energy Elements, Atoms and Ions Nuclear Chemistry Chemical Nomenclature Chemical Reactions Chemical Composition and Chemical Quantities Behaviors of Gases Properties of Solutions Chemical Equilibrium Conduct laboratory exercises that: emphasize and apply the concepts learned in lectures, and develop laboratory, data analysis, and scientific writing skills.
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Materials General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life , 3rd ed., Karen Timberlake, Pearson, 2010. Study Guide to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life , Karen Timberlake (optional). Chemistry 120 Laboratory Manual . UW Chemistry Laboratory Notebook with numbered pages and carbonless duplicate pages. Lab coat and safety goggles (not safety glasses or any other type of goggles). Scientific calculator ALEKS access . Purchase online at: www.aleks.com
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Course Components • 4 Lectures a week (Mon., Tues, Wed., Thurs.) • 1 Discussion (Quiz) section a week (Fri.) • 1 Three-hour laboratory session most weeks (5 labs total) See schedule for your lab meeting time 2 midterm exams 30% Discussion section participation 5% ALEKS Objectives 20% Laboratory 20% Final exam (1 hr. 50 min.) 25% TOTAL 100%
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Midterm Exam #1 Tuesday, Oct. 25 th 12:30-1:20 Midterm Exam #2 Monday, Nov. 21 st 12:30-1:20 Final Exam Thursday, Dec. 15 th 8:30-10:20 Be in your assigned seat no later than 12:25 pm for the midterms and 8:25 am for the final.
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Lecture_01_092811 - CHEMISTRY 120A Autumn 2011 LECTURES:...

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