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General Chemistry II - X19B – Spring 2012 Joshua Patin, [email protected] , 925-452-7284 Class Times and Locations EDP #403410 Mondays 2:30-5:30PM Berk-GBB Room 208 Course Description This course introduces fundamental concepts of inorganic chemistry including properties of solutions, kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, metals, nonmetals, and other topics of interest. General Chemistry is aimed at biology, pre-medical, and pre-health students. It is associated with Chemistry Laboratory II (X19.1B). Lecture may be taken without the laboratory. Materials Needed 1) Kotz, Treichel, and Townsend, Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity, Seventh Edition 2) Scientific Calculator Grading Summary Items Number Points Per Item Total Points Quizzes 11, drop lowest 20 200 Homework 11, drop lowest 20 200 Semester Project 1 50 50 Midterm Exams 2 150 300 Final Exam 1 300 300 Total 1050 Course Outline Date Quiz Chapters Topics 1/23 Introduction, Review of Last Semester, Forces and Solutions 1/30 x 15 Chemical Kinetics: Rates of Chemical Reactions 2/6 x 16 Chemical Equilibria 2/13 x 17 Chemistry of Acids and Bases 2/20 No Class – Holiday 2/27
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