Intro_061711 - CHEMISTRY 162A, SUMMER 2011 SYLLABUS,...

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CHEMISTRY 162A, SUMMER 2011 SYLLABUS, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES LECTURES : M , T, TH 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM, BAG 131 QZ SECTIONS & LABS: By sections, Bagley290 Web Address : http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/ Instructor : Dr. Andrea Carroll Email: ageddes@u.washington.edu Office Hours: By appointment on M, T, & Th Quiz Sections and Labs scheduled back to back… new expectations and planning See course syllabus for detailed information about times, locations, and policies. FINAL EXAM The final will be given over two days: Tuesday, August 16 , 8:30 AM and Thursday, August 18 , 8:30 AM MIDTERM EXAMS There are 2 midterm exams during the quarter: Midterm 1: Thursday, July 14 , 8:30 AM Midterm 2: Thursday, August 4 , 8:30 AM 1
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Chemistry 142 (text chapters 1 8) Properties of matter (examples: density, phases, elemental composition, reactions) Elements and compounds atoms and molecules Periodic properties, compound formulas, polyatomic ions Counting atoms/molecules using moles (n): n = m/MM (solids/liquids/gases) n = PV/RT (gases) n = VM (solutions) Reactions: dissociation/precipitation (solubility), acid-base (H + transfer), redox (e transfer) Gases and atmospheric chemistry Equilibrium constants and LeChâtelier’s Principle Quantitative pH, solubility calculations (using K a, K b , K sp ) 2
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Chemistry 152 (text chapters 9 13) Energy flow in reactions: ΔE = q + w = ΔH PΔV Spontaneity, entropy, and free energy: ΔG o = ΔH o TΔS o = RT ln K eq Electrochemistry: ΔG o = nFE o E = E o (RT/nF)ln Q Light and electrons: atomic energy levels and orbitals (electron spatial distributions) . ΔE electron = h photon Electronic configurations and periodic trends Electronegativity; ionic and covalent bonds; Lewis structures and molecular shapes 3
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(text chapters 14 19 and 21) Molecular orbitals and orbital hybridization Reaction rates, activation energy (k = Ae Ea/RT ), catalysis Properties of solids, liquids, and solutions: relation to bond type Specific chemistry of elements by periodic column: Main-group (representative) elements ( s and p blocks) Transition metals ( d block) Introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry Descriptive chemistry!! Understanding the Periodic Table and what it can tell us!! 4
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Intro_061711 - CHEMISTRY 162A, SUMMER 2011 SYLLABUS,...

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