Chemistry 103 Spring 2011
Instructor: Dr. Michael Pikaart
Intro to General and Biochemistry
[email protected] Science Center rm 3112
Welcome to chemistry! This class deals with the chemistry of life on three levels:
Study guide ch 4 first part.
Lots of stuff to learn from sections 4.1-4.4 of this chapter. We got a head start on chapter 4 in
Wednesdays class. Fridays class will finish up ionic compoundsnext week Monday we start on
covalent compounds. So youll have to
Chapter 4 study part 2 sections 4.5 and 4.6 - Figure on working through these two sections on
Monday and/or Tuesday.
4.5 How do to H atoms w/ one electron each gain a mini-octet by forming H2? How about for two
atoms of F? Both H2 and F2 have a single bon
Chapter 2 study stuff:
Read section 2.1 and 2.2. (And dont hurry through these sections its kind of
conceptual but its important maybe give these two sections a combined hour including
the Masteringchem items mentioned below). In the book and in class, yo
Fri 1/14 - more Chapter 1
Working with units/calculations
If your chemistry class takes 49.46 minutes and
your anatomy class takes 48 minutes, how
much total time is that?
If you fill up your new BMW with 42 moles of
hydrogen, how much oxygen would be required to
react with it?
A simple (but important reaction) =
hydrogen with oxygen)
Hydrogen as a replacement for
-BMW H7 stores liquid
You are making a measurement when you
Units of Measurement
Check you weight
Read your watch
Take your temperature
Weigh a cantaloupe
What kinds of measurements did you make today?
Some Tools for Measurement
If blood has a density of 1.05 g/mL, how many liters of blood are
donated if 575 g of blood are given?
1. .548 L
2. 1.25 L
3. 1.83 L
Chemistry as the study of what
stuff is made of.
Mud = sand and saltwater (mixtures
Followup tasks from first day of class:
FIRST (do it today!) get on the course Moodle. When you log on to moodle, you will see a number of
courses relative to chem 103. The URL for moodle is http:/courses201101.hope.edu. The main site
for the lecture will
Studying chapter 6 gases
*Do some reading, but mostly do practice problems. Heres a suggestion for an order in
which to go through this (and work in your Masteringchem problems). Its easy to get
lost in the details. Use this as a guide to work your way th