Chem6A_F18 hol - Syllabus & Course Details - revised2.pdf

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F 12:00p - 12:50p WLH 2115 Austin Yu G06 / 949513 F 1:00p - 1:50p WLH 2115 Austin Yu G07 / 949514 F 2:00p - 2:50p WLH 2115 Austin Yu Lecture: Discussion Sections: Chem 6A Lecture & Discussion Sections
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Handout #1 (Fall 2018) Chem 6A - Prof. John E. Crowell Chem 6A - Syllabus and Course Details 5 Chem 6A Office Hours Prof. Crowell's Office Hours TA Office Hours / Chem 6A Help Room (Expected to OPEN 1 st week of October) The Chem 6A TA Help Room (held in 4020 A/B York Hall) will be staffed by 1-2 TA’s on Mon-Friday 4-8 PM. If you wish to see a particular TA, please visit the course TED site under the link “TA Info” for their scheduled weekly office hours (available 1 st week of October). TIME PLACE Mondays, 4:00 - 5:00 PM 1322 York Hall Tuesdays, 3:20 - 4:00 PM 1322 York Hall Wednesdays, 4:00 - 5:00 PM 1322 York Hall Thursdays, 3:20 - 4:00 PM 1322 York Hall l EXAMS & FINAL (Midterm Exams will be given in the evening during weeks 5 and 9, with multiple choice questions). A- to A+ 87 % B- to B+ 74 % C- to C+ 60 % D 50 % F < 50 % l GRADES Ø Grades determined from your 2 Exam Scores (300 pts), Sapling-online Homework (150 pts), class participation / iClickers (60 pts), & the Final (290 pts)! Ø Total score possible: 800 pts. Exams and the Grading Scale Exam 1 Chapters 1 – 4 (material covered thru 10/26) Monday Evening 10/29: 8–10 PM, 2722 York Hall 150 pts Exam 2 Chapters 5 - 8 (material covered thru 11/21) Wednesday Evening 11/28: 8–10 PM, 2722 York Hall 150 pts Final Chapters 1 - 10, inclusive Thursday Afternoon 12/13 3:00p – 6:30p, 2722 York Hall 290 pts
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Handout #1 (Fall 2018) Chem 6A - Prof. John E. Crowell Chem 6A - Syllabus and Course Details 6 Chem 6A Syllabus (Fall Qtr 2018) 1st Half of the Quarter Mon. Day Reading* Subject Sept. 27 – Thursday Ch. 1 Intro, Measurement & Conversions Oct. 2 – Tuesday (Wk 1) Ch. 1, 2 Math Review, Sig Figs, Atoms, Molecules 4 – Thursday Ch. 2 Molecular & Nuclear Composition Oct. 9 – Tuesday (Wk 2) Ch. 2 Nomenclature (sections 6.4, 10.2, App. C) 11 – Thursday Ch. 3 The Mole, Molar Mass, % Composition 16 – Tuesday (Wk 3) Ch. 3 Writing & Balancing Chemical Equations 18 – Thursday Ch. 4 Early Quantum Theory, EM Spectrum 23 – Tuesday (Wk 4) Ch. 4 Wave - Particle Duality, Quantization 25 – Thursday Ch. 5 Quantum Theory & One Electron Atoms 25 – Review Session Ch. 1 - 4 Lecture Material Review Oct. 29 – Mon. (8-10 PM) EXAM 1 Chapters 1 – 4 30 – Tuesday (Wk 5) Ch. 5 Electron Spin & Many Electron Atoms Nov. 1 – Thursday Ch. 5 Orbitals & Electron Configurations *Chapters are from General Chemistry", 4th Ed., by McQuarrie, Rock, & Gallogly (University Science Books, CA, 2011). Chem 6A Syllabus (Fall Qtr 2018) 2nd Half of the Quarter Mon. Day Reading Subject Nov. 6 – Tuesday (Wk 6) Ch. 6 Ionic Bonding, Properties of Ions 8 – Thursday Ch. 7 Covalent Bonding & Lewis Structures 13 – Tuesday (Wk 7) Ch. 7 Electronegativity, Bond Order, Bond Energy 15 – Thursday Ch. 8 VSEPR Theory & Molecular Geometries 20 – Tuesday (Wk 8) Ch. 8 Bond Polarity, Dipole Moments, & Isomers 20 – Review Session Ch. 5 - 8
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