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Unformatted text preview: ntropy (10.1,3) L11: Thermodynamic L12: Entropy Changes WS: 10.1,3 Definition of Entropy in Sys and Surr (10.2) (10.4‐5,8) 31 7 Obj 1: L01‐L03 (Sun Jan 12) No Lab PL 1 Due 4p Jan 13 Lab 1: Weak Acid Titration Common ion in acid‐base (8.1); Buffers (8.2,4); SA/SB Titrations (4.9, 8.5) Obj 2: L04‐L06 (Sun Jan 19) WA/SB Titrations (8.5); Energy, PV‐work (9.1); Internal E vs. Enthalpy (9.2‐3) Obj 3: L07‐L08 (Sun Jan 26) No Lab Thermo of Ideal Gases (5.1‐3, 9.3); Calorimetry (9.4); Hess’s Law (9.5) Obj 4: L09 (Wed, Jan 29) PL 2 Due 4p Jan 27 Lab 2:Buffers 4, 6 Standard Heats of Formation (9.6) Obj 5: L10‐L12 (Sun Feb 9) PL 3 Due 4p Feb 3 Lab 3: Thermo I Defns of Entropy (10.1‐3); Entropy Changes in System and Surroundings (10.4‐5,8) Feb 10 12 14 11, 13 L13: Temperature & Spontaneity; Gibbs Energy (10.6‐7,9) L14: G and Keq (10.10‐11) L15: Redox Review (4.10‐11); Galvanic Cells (11.1) WS: 10.2‐9 Feb 17 19 21 18, 20 Obj 7: L16‐L17 (Sun Feb 23) President’s Day No Class L16: Standard Reduction Potentials (11.2) L17: Predicting Gal. Cells; G, Ecell and w (11.3, 10.12) WS: 10.10‐11, No Lab 4.10‐11, 11.1 Std. Potentials (11.2); Predicting Galvanic cells (11.3); G, Ecell, and w (10.12) Feb 24 26 28 25, 27 Obj 8: L18 (Wed Feb 26) L18: Ecell and Concentration (11.4) Exam 2 Review Mar 3 5 EXAM 2 Lectures 10‐18 WS: 11.2‐4, 10.12 7 4, 6 L19: EM Radiation, L20: H‐atom The Nature of Matter Emission, Bohr (12.1‐2) Model (12.3‐4) L21: Quantum Mechanics (12.5, 7‐8) WS: 12.1‐4 Mar 10 12 14 L23: Spin, Polyelec. L24: Periodic Trends Atoms, Aufbau (12.15‐16); Final Princip (12.10‐11, 13) Exam Review TBA Obj 6: L13‐L15 (Sun Feb 16) PL 4 Due 4p Feb 10 Lab 4: Thermo II WS: 12.5, 7‐ 11, 13, 15‐16 Tues, Mar 18 SECTION B FINAL 2:30‐4:20 KNE 130 PL 6 Due 4p Mar 3 Lab 6: Atomic Emission Obj 9: L19‐L21 (Sun Mar 9) EM Radiation & Matter (12.1‐ 2); Bohr’s Model (12.3‐4); Quantum Mech. (12.5,7‐8); Obj 10: L22‐L24 (Sun Mar 16) No Lab Wed, Mar 19 SECTION A FINAL 8:30‐10:20 KNE 130 Temp & Spontaneity, Gibb’s E (10.6‐7,9‐11); Redox rxns (4.10‐11); Galvanic cell (11.1) PL 5 Due 4p Feb 24 Ecell and Concentration (11.4) Lab 5: Electrochem 11, 13 L22: H‐atom orbitals (12.9) 11 Finals: EXAM 1 Lectures 1‐9 WS: 9.3‐6 ALEKS (Due Date) H‐atom Orbitals (12.9); Polyelec. Atoms (12.10‐11...
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