Professor James H. Geiger
Office: Chemistry Building, Room 9
Office Hours: 1:30-2:30 PM MWF, and
other times by appointment (send me
You can also drop by, but I might be
Email: [email protected]
Properties of Matter
Must be observed without changing a compound/
element into another compound/element.
Boiling point, density, mass, volume, etc.
Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
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A to m s , M o le c u le s , a n d Io n s
Atomic Theory of Matter
The theory of atoms:
O r ig in a l to th e G r e e k s Leuccipus, Democritus and L u c r e tiu s ( A r is to tle th o u g h t th e y
Chapter 5 Thermochemistry
The energy of chemical reactions. How do you keep track of it? Where does it come from?
T h e rm o c h e m is try
E n e rg y
The ability to: do work transfer heat.
Work: Energy used to cause an object that has mass to move. Hea
Bunsen, Kirchhoff, Plank,1900
1st line spectrum
He in solar system
Chapter 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements
Periodic Properties of the Elements
Development of Periodic Table
Elements in the same group generally have similar chemical properties. Properties are not identical, however.
Periodic Properties of the Eleme
C h e m ic a l
B o n d in g
C h e m ic a l B o n d s
Io n ic
T h r e e ty p e s :
Electrostatic attraction between
C o v a le n t
Sharing of electrons
M e ta llic
Metal atoms bonded to several