Midterm Examination II Weeks 48 Electronic Configurations I 78 9 10151019

Midterm examination ii weeks 48 electronic

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Midterm Examination II (Weeks 4–8) Electronic Configurations I 7.8 9 10/15–10/19 Electronic Configurations II, Ions 7.9–7.11 Lewis Structures, Polar Bonds 8.1–8.3 Resonance 8.4–8.5 10 10/22–10/26 Beyond Octet Rule, Bond Lengths and Energies 8.6–8.7 VSEPR Theory, Polar Molecules 9.1–9.3 Valence Bond Theory 9.4–9.5 11 10/29–11/2 Molecular Orbital Theory 9.7 Heteronuclear Diatomic MO 9.7 Midterm Examination III (Weeks 9–11) 12 11/5–11/9 Non-covalent Interactions 10.1–10.3 Polarity and Solubility, Vapor Pressure 10.4–10.6 Phase Diagrams, Water 10.7–10.8 13 11/12–11/16 2 Ion Interactions; H sol , ; H hydration 11.1–11.2 14 11/19 3 –11/23 4 F a l l R e c e s s & T h a n k s g i v i n g H o l i d a y ; n o c l a s s e s Raoult’s Law, Volatile Mixtures 11.3–11.4 15 11/26–11/30 Colligative Properties 11.5–11.6 Crystal Lattices 12.1–12.2 Alloys 12.3 16 12/3–12/7 Ionic Solids, Allotropes 12.4–12.5 17 12/10–12/14 Final Exam 1 Monday, September 3, 2018: Labor Day Holiday; University closed 2 Monday, November 12, 2018: Veterans’ Day Holiday; University closed 3 Monday, November 19–Wednesday, November 21, 2018: Fall Recess; no classes 4 Thursday, November 22–Friday, November 23, 2018: Thanksgiving Holiday; University closed
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CHEM 1100 Fall 2018 Page 8 of 12 Schedule of Topics and Laboratories, ALEKS other assignments The scheduled list of topics and laboratory exercises is below and is subject to change. Make sure you get an early start on the preliminary assessment in ALEKS as your ALEKS assignments are designed around your achievement in the preliminary assessment. Please see your lecture instructor’s ALEKS site for specific due dates for the many objectives in the course. Lab Dates Week Lecture and Laboratory Topics (relevant text chapter) Laboratory Exercises from G&T (points) M/W T/Th F/S Quiz Practice problems* will likely appear in the following week 1 Particles of Matter (Ch1) Check-in, Math Review 08/20 08/21 08/24 1: 4, 6, 43, 57, 71, 90 2 Atoms, Ions, and Molecules (Ch2) Measurements- handout (15) 08/27 08/28 08/31 2: 4, 10, 45, 53, 68, 82 3 Stoichiometry (Ch3) #1: Density (25) 09/05 09/04 09/07 3: 6, 10, 20, 34, 56 4 Stoichiometry (Ch3, cont.) Reactions in Solution (Ch4) #3 Determining Avogadro’s Number (25) 09/12 09/11 09/14 3: 68, 78, 100, 119 4: 5, 18, 29, 48, 5 Reactions in Solution (Ch4) #4: Determining the Formula of a Solid (25) 09/19 09/18 09/21 4 : 77, 90, 102, 113 6 Reactions in Solution (Ch4, cont.) Thermochemistry (Ch5) #2: Nine Bottles (20) 09/26 09/25 09/28 5: 29, 52 7 Thermochemistry (Ch5) #13: Acid-base Stoichiometry (30) 10/03 10/02 10/05 5: 68, 78, 89 8 Properties of Gases (Ch6) #5 Heat and Temperature; Law of Dulong and Petit (25) 10/10 10/09 10/12 6: 62, 82, 94 9 A Quantum Model of Atoms (Ch7) #19: Solution Calorimetry (30) 10/17 10/16 10/19 10 A Quantum Model of Atoms (Ch7, cont.) #6 Boyle’s Law Determination of R (25) 10/24 10/23 10/26 7: 40, 60, 69, 81, 101 11 Chemical Bonds (Ch8) #7 Molar mass by vapor density (25) 10/31 10/30 11/02 8: 37, 60, 78 12 Chemical Bonds (Ch8, cont.) Molecular Geometry (Ch9) #8: Molecular Models (25) 11/07 11/06 11/09 8: 89, 128 9: 25, 29 13 Molecular Geometry (Ch9) Paper Microfluidics- Handout (25) 11/14 11/13 11/16 9: 45, 57, 103 10: 7, 23 11/19–11/24 : Fall Recess—Thanksgiving Break- No classes 14 Intermolecular Forces (Ch10) Solutions (Ch11) Solids (Ch12) #9: Crystal Structure (25) 11/28 11/27 11/30 10: 47, 61, 69, 89 11: 13, 19, 25 15 Solids (Ch12, cont.)
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