Syllabus-CHM 111-005M, 0A5M
Instructor: Prof. AHMED BENHUSEN
Trainer/Assistant: Trinh Vu
E-mail: [email protected]
E-mail: [email protected]
Office: MC 333 Colgan Hall
Office: MC 329 Colgan Hall
Telephone: (703) 257-6644
Exam 1 Review Sheet
What is learning? What is associative learning? What is cognitive learning?
Classical conditioning (CC)
What is classical conditioning? Be familiar with the US, CS, UR, CR. Given an example you
should be able to identify thes
Ch 8: Advanced Theories of Covalent Bonding
There are problems with the Lewis theory as a chemical bonding theory. Oversimplification
The problems with the Lewis theory
It predicts general property trends. However, it does not give good numerical predicti
CHM111 College Chemistry I
Tu, 7:30 pm 10:30 pm
Th, 4:30 pm 10:30 pm
Furqan Sami Ph.D.
Read it, bring it to class along with a
calculator, writing utensils and a
notebook with pape
Electronic Structure and Periodic Properties
6.1 Electromagnetic Energy
6.2 The Bohr Model
6.3 Development of Quantum Theory
6.4 Electronic Structure of Atoms (Electron Configurations)
6.5 Periodic Variations in Eleme
Chapter 7: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Geometry
7.1 Ionic Bonding
7.2 Covalent Bonding
7.3 Lewis Symbols and Structures
7.4 Formal Charges and Resonance
7.5 Strengths of Ionic and Covalent Bonds
7.6 Molecular Structure and Polarity
What Is Chemical Bon
CHM 111 Dry Lab
Chemistry is divided into two main branches: organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry. Organic chemistry is the study
of carbon compounds, although some of these are included in the study of inorganic c
To determine the empirical formula of a compound by use of a combination reaction.
To practice techniques for obtaining and recording precise mass values.
To learn safe practices of Bunsen burner use.
To perform simple calorimetry experiments.
To use calorimetry results to calculate the specific heat of an unknown metal.
To determine the enthalpy of neutralization for a strong acid-strong base reaction
Any chemical o
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Dry Lab 3 - CHM 111 Chapter 10 - Molecular Geometry Worksheet
Steps in converting a molecular formula to a molecular shape
Step 1 Write the Lewis structure from the molecular formula.
Step 2 Assign an e
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Dry Lab 1 - CHM 111 Departmental Conversion problems
RECORD ANSWER WITH CORRECT UNITS AND CORRECT SIG FIGS IN BOX PROVIDED USE SCIENTIFIC NOTATION IF
CONVENIENT. SHOW UNIT CONVERSION PROCESS IN
The Ten Test Tube Mystery
Purpose:- The experiment will help us to find out which solution is in which test tube
that is , to assign a test tube number to each of the solution compositions. To identify
which solution is in each test tube.
Chapter 9 study guide and practice questions
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of the chapter .
Know and understand that the potential energy between like and opposite charges depend
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of Chapter 1
I- What are some properties of a law, hypothesis and theory?
1.A consistent explanation of known observations is called
A) an experiment.
C) a prediction.
B) a hypothesis.
Objectives: study guide and practice questions. Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of
Know that molecules have different microscopic and macroscopic properties.
Know that a simple model to determine and pre
Study Guide and practice problems for chapter 3
Chapter 3: Know all the key concepts at the end of the chapter.
Be able to define an ionic and covalent bonds and know the difference between the two.
1. Which one of the following compounds
Chapter 5 Study Guide and Practice questions
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of chapter 5.
Define and understand that a pressure is a force per unit area.
Define and know units of pressure and how to convert bet
Chapter 4 Objectives and study guide:
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.
Calculate the amount of a substance in grams or moles, given the amount of a reactant or a
Objectives Chapter 8 study guide and practice questions
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of the chapter.
Know that arrangement of elements in groups (or columns) gives rise to periodic properties, rel
Chapter 7 Study Guide and Practice questions
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of chapter 7.
Define electromagnetic radiation.
Define wave length, frequency, amplitude of a wave and relati
Be sure to know and can explain the Key Terms at the end of Chapter 2
I-Given the appropriate nuclear symbols for neutral atoms, cations and anions distinguish between and
identify and name each.
1. Name the followings using: Mg, Mn2+ , N-3 .
Ice Cream Lab
Amy M. Corwell
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January 26, 2013
Ice Cream Lab
The purpose of this experiment is to learn and investigate chemical and physical properties of
food, such as flavor, texture and consistency while prod
Medicinal chemistry Drugs are absorbed in the stomach then it goes in the intestine. The pH value in our stomach is 1-3. It is usually 1 when digestion is taken place but after digestion it goes back to 3. 1. The pH value in our small intestine is 7 neutr