Class syllabus 102 F13

Write and interpret the isotopic representation of an

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Unformatted text preview: s) as serious offenses against the values of intellectual honesty. The college is committed to enforcing the CUNY Policy on Academic Integrity and will pursue cases of academic dishonesty according to the Hunter College Academic Integrity Procedures. Students who are caught cheating on an exam in this course will automatically obtain a grade of ZERO for that exam and will be reported for Academic Dishonesty. This grade of ZERO cannot be used as your lowest exam score to be dropped in the course. Grade Distribution: Three in- class exams: 300 points Comprehensive Final Exam 200 points Online Homework 100 points iClicker Questions 50 points Required Workshops 50 points TOTAL 700 points If you final exam grade is higher than your lowest in- class exam grade your final grade will count for 300 points and your lowest in- class exam grade will be dropped. It is a strict requirement of the course that you take at least two of the four in- class exams. If you miss an in- class exam your final exam grade will automatically be counted for 300 points. No excuse will be accepted for missing more than one exam. Exams must be taken during the designated class period. NO MAKE- UP EXAMS will be given. 3 Hunter College, CUNY Detailed Course Outline and Learning Objectives for Chem 102 Exam 1: Chemistry in a Nutshell Unit 1: Atoms and Electrons Read Chapter 2, sections 2.1- 2.4 (just background), 2.5- 2.7 and Chapter 7, sections 7.7- 7.8 and 7.11 • recognize that all matter is made of atoms • sketch particle pictures for solids, liquids, and gases • observe animations and describe the motion as translational, rotational, vibrational • observe animations and link the motions to the physical state of the matter (solid, liquid, gas) • predict how temperature changes the speed of particles • draw a planetary picture of the atom • identify the component particles of an atom • Use isotope notation to obtain the number of protons, neutrons and electrons for a given atom. • Write and interpret the isotopic representation of an element. • use the periodic table to obtain the number of protons for a given atom or atom symbol OR given an atom name or symbol determine the number of protons. • articulate the principle that an atom’s identity is determined by the number of protons • identify metals, non- metals and semi- metals on the periodic table – what are properties of metals that make them different from nonmetals ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2014 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Peterpastos during the Winter '08 term at CUNY Hunter.

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