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General Course Information • Dr. Nancy Jo Kirk • SC 438 • 770-423-6759 nkirk@kennesaw.edu • Office hours: Monday and Wednesday: 9:30AM-11:00AM or by appointment • E-mail is a great way to get a question answered quickly. – Do NOT use Georgia View Vista email to reach me
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Grading and Evaluation for CHEM 1212 Exams – There will be 4 tests. Makeup tests will not be given – The lowest test grade will be dropped Exam dates are subject to change • The American Chemical Society General Chemistry Exam will be given as the cumulative final exam. – Study Guides are available in SC 409 for $18.
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Georgia View Vista is a very important resource. Go there frequently. Access Georgia View Vista from the KSU official site or https://kennesaw8.view.usg.edu/ There are 9 online quizzes on Blackboard. Each quiz allows 3 attempts. I suggest – Attempt 1 – print, enter first try answers – Attempt 2 – correct the ones you missed – Attempt 3 – correct any remaining you missed – Exception… If you are well prepared for the exams you should earn 100% for the quizzes. Quizzes are done INDEPENDENTLY. Georgia View Vista
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Quiz Due Dates… The syllabus quiz is due by 11:55PM on 18 January. Georgia View Vista (cont.) Vocabulary Lists Polyatomic ions list Seminar Information Study Abroad Etc. __________________________________ In addition to KSU email, I will use Georgia View Vista (Blackboard) for official course announcements. It is your responsibility to check both regularly; there will be no excuses for missing information. Also find:
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Electronic Issues: • Bring your calculator to each class as we will work problems in class. Graphing or programmable calculators will not be permitted on exams. • As a matter of common courtesy, turn off cell phones and similar devices during class and arrive five minutes before class is to start. • Laptops…
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How to Succeed in this Class: • It is highly likely that you will succeed if you: – KEEP UP AS THE SEMESTER PROCEEDS – Read the chapter BEFORE the lecture for that chapter. – Work homework problems and more – Do the quizzes – Ask questions of your instructors and colleagues Work the problems yourself – They always seem easy when you are a problem solver observer!
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Chapter 11 Liquids and Solids Phase change and phase diagrams Intermolecular forces Polarity Properties of liquids Crystalline solids Chapter 22 Organic Nomenclature and Functional Groups pp. 938 – 941, 961
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Minimum Homework Problems Chapter 22 2, 45a,46a,c Chapter 11 3, 10, 11, 15, 19, 21, 27, 29, 33, 35, 37, 43, 45b,c, 49, 51, 53, 57, 59, 67, 71, 73, 85, 91, 99 The only grade for these problems will be reflected on your test scores.
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Let’s review the difference between covalent and ionic compounds and take a side trip into Organic Chemistry ALL Compounds are NEUTRAL Ionic Compounds Binary ionic compounds Ionic compounds containing polyatomic ions
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Polyatomic ions ammonium chlorate (ClO 3 - ) nitrite hydronium bromate (BrO 3 - ) nitrate acetate carbonate permanganate cyanide bicarbonate sulfite hydroxide phosphate
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course CHEM 1212 taught by Professor Dockery during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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