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Unformatted text preview: 1 Matter, Atoms, Isotopes, Ions & Ionic Compounds Chemistry Review: The Study of Matter Biological Chemistry 212 Fall 2011 Lecture 1: Sept. 7 Announcements 9-7-11 Handout today: Periodic table -- bring to lecture; will be provided with exam 1st 7 lectures -- basic general chemistry & organic chemistry 1-4A: review of general chemistry -- chapters 1-10 in textbook 4B-7: Introduction to organic chemistry -- emphasis on recognizing structure and understanding aspects of reactivity chapters 12-17 in textbook Posted on website in folder "Fuller": 1. Handouts for Lectures will be in 2, 4 & 6 slides per page format as .pdf files 2. Problem set 1: Posted on Mon. Sept. 12 and due Tues. Sept. 20 @ 11:10 AM (discussion session) Provide answers on separate page, give your name and ID# 3. Reading for course -- on the syllabus and in the handout 4. Notice about my office hours -- Friday 2-4PM 3340 MSRB III -- directions & map* 5. Suggested practice problems from textbook (ones with answers in back of book) 6. IMPORTANT: Table 12.1 from textbook: structures of organic functional groups *Exceptions My OFFICE HOURS this week will be held TOMORROW, Thurs Sept. 8 in 3340 My OFFICE HOURS on Friday Sept. 16 will be held in 3220 MSRB III Biological Chemistry 212: Descriptive Biochemistry Bob Fuller, Professor Department of Biological Chemistry firstname.lastname@example.org 734-936-9764 3220C MSRB III off W. Med Center Drive Office in office suite at Right Angle of Building Office Hours: Friday 2-4PM in 3340 MSRB III* (across from elevators on 3rd floor) Please download (if you havent yet done so): Syllabus Lecture notes for today (Lecture 1-Fuller) Directions to my office-hours location Suggested problems for chapters 1-10 for 5th or 6th edition of McMurry, et al. Reading assignments: see syllabus or posted sheet for 5th edition of McMurry, et al. Problem set #1(Problem Set #1-Fuller) will be posted Monday * except as noted on previous page!! Selected Reading Chapter 1: All sections Chapter 3: All sections Chapter 4: All sections except 4-7 & 4-10 Goal of my lectures: Familiarize you with Chemical Structures To understand Biochemistry & Molecular Biology in rest of course To provide you with tools for your careers in life sciences & medicine 1. Life is a molecular (& cellular) phenomenon 2. Diseases have a molecular basis 3. You will be working with chemicals during your careers Matter, Atoms, Isotopes, Ions & Bonds objectives: Explain the major assumptions of atomic theory Understand the anatomy of an atom (placement of subatomic particles) Develop a working knowledge of the periodic table Metals vs. Non-metals vs. Metalloids Differentiate between an atom and compound Define isotopes in relation to the content of their nucleus Understand electronic structures of atoms Understand ionization energy Understand ionic compounds Recognize polyatomic ions Recognize simple acids and bases 2 States of Matter...
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