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Intro and Ch 1_handouts - CHEMISTRY 142 A Summer 2011 Dr....

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1 1 Dr. Kari Pederson LECTURES: MON, WED, and FRI 9:40 – 10:40 am Prelabs – due Tues Quiz Sections – Tues Homework – due Wed Lab Sessions –Tues/Thurs CHEMISTRY 142 A Summer 2011 2 Chem 142, 152, and 162 Zumdahl, 6 th Edition, Custom Split Volumes All volumes include the complete Student Solutions Manual at no additional cost. The Chem 142 volume includes a lifetime-of-edition WebAssign access code. If you plan to take Chem 152 or 162 you may consider purchasing a full version of the textbook.
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2 3 Chemistry 142 Text: Chemical Principles - By Steven S. Zumdahl Chapter #1 : Chemists and Chemistry Chapter #2 : Atoms, Molecules, and Ions Chapter #3 : Stoichiometry: Mole - Mass Relationships in Chemical Systems Chapter #4 : Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry Chapter #5 : Gases and the Kinetic - Molecular Theory Chapter #6 : Chemical Equilibrium Chapter #7 : Acids and Bases Chapter #8 : Applications of Aqueous Equilibria 4 Weight of Course Components Participation (worksheets in Quiz section) 5% Clickers (1st week dropped) 5% Homework (ALEKS) 20% Laboratory 15% 2 midterm exams (1 hr each) 30% Final exam (1 hr) 25% ------------------------------------------------------------------ Total 100%
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3 5 Midterm Exam #1 Friday , July 15 th Midterm Exam #2 Friday , August 5 th Final Exam Friday , August 19 th Exams begin at 9:40 am. Be in your seat at least 5 minutes before exam starts. Bring a prepared Scantron form, a few pencils, a non graphing calculator, and a photo I.D. to every exam. All exams are cumulative. Exams 6 Success!! • Depends on each of us: lecturer, TA, YOU! • Policies/Expectations – Read the syllabus and front pages of lab manual • Structure – Homework (every week) – Clickers and Worksheets (every week) – Exams (2 Midterms and 1 Final) – Labs (4 labs, most reports due in lab) (DON’T miss the deadlines for HWs, quizzes, or prelabs!) • Resources for help with concepts/assignments – TA and instructor of±ce hours • Reading - DO IT!
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4 7 Hard Practice, Easier Exams Practice what you are to do on the exams. Work many problems. Develop skills for problem analysis. You must develop your own problem-solving skills and learn how to approach problems yourself ! 8 YOU Add/Drop Codes UG Services BAG 303 (in person only, Mon – Fri 8am to 4pm) Help with Prelabs and Lab Reports (lab content) Your TA Lab Instructor (see front page of the syllabus for contact info.) Missed Exams Tracy Harvey (harvey@chem.washington.edu) Missed Labs UG Stockroom to reschedule UGlabs@chem.washington.edu BAG 271 Tracy Harvey (if you can’t reschedule) (harvey@chem.washington.edu) Your TA Help with Lecture, Exams, Homework Your TA Course Instructor (see front page of syllabus for of±ce hours & contact info.) *Email communication is best reserved for administrative issues. For help with course or lab content, please try to attend TA or instructor of±ce hours.
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