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Syllabus Chemistry 101 - Spring 2009 - SBCC Class: Tuesday 6:00 pm - 8:05 pm and Thursday 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm – PSB 209 Lab: Thursday 7:00 pm - 10:05 pm – PSB 209

Instructor: e-mail: Office Hours: Web Page:

Dr. Darby Feldwinn [email protected] Tuesdays 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm or by appointment http://www.feldwinn.com/chem101

Students are responsible for checking the course web site regularly. Important announcements will be posted on the homepage.

Required Text and Materials:  Introductory Chemistry (3rd Ed) by Nivaldo J. Tro. Study Guide, Introductory Chemistry is strongly recommended. Chemistry 101 Laboratory Experiments (4th Ed). Calculator (please bring your calculator to every class). Note: For tests you are only allowed to use a non graphing calculator - this means one that can not enter in letters (ex. TI-30X IIS). 5) Lab goggles

1) 2) 3) 4)

Disabled Students:  SBCC students with disabilities who are requesting accommodations for classes, college activities or tests should use the following SBCC procedure. (NOTE: This also includes students who are requesting to bring service animals into classes. The procedure also includes requests to bring personal service attendants into classes as volunteers or hired by outside agencies). 1) Contact Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS). 2) Submit documentation of your disability to the DSPS office. 3) Communicate with a DSPS counselor regarding options for services and accommodations. 4) Reach written accommodation agreement with the DSPS counselor and your instructor. SBCC requests you complete this process at least ten working days before your accommodation is needed, in order to allow DSPS staff time to provide your accommodation. Contact: DSPS office (805) 965-0581 x 2364, SS Building, room 160, [email protected] .

Grading:  4 Midterms (2/19, 3/19, 4/23, and 5/14) Note: Lowest exam score will be dropped 1 Final (5/19/09 @ 6:00 pm) 17 Homework Assignments 15 Labs (1 @ 10 pts and 14 @ 15 pts)

(100 pts each ~37%) (200 pts (5 pts each (220 pts 805 pts total

~25%) ~11%) ~27%)

NO MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN FOR ANY REASON. THIS INCLUDES THE FINAL. Your lowest midterm exam score will be dropped. You Will Fail the Class if you do not complete at least 2 midterms and 10 labs. I will not change the time of your final regardless of how many finals you have on that day. Please do not ask.

Midterm and Final Notes:  • • • • •

The midterms will be a combination of quick response, short answer, and multiple choice questions. The final will be all multiple choice. If you want a regrade, you have 2 class times (from the time the midterm is returned) to turn your exam, along with a regrade request form (on website), to Dr. Feldwinn. If you want a regrade, your entire midterm will be regraded, therefore, you could gain or lose points. If you request more points because a friend received more points than you, you need to submit both of the tests and both tests will be regraded. Therefore, both you and your friend could potentially lose points on the midterm, especially if we graded too easy on your friend.

Midterm and Final Rules:  • • • •

Non graphing calculators are permitted (ex. TI-30X IIS). If your cell phone rings during the exam you will receive a 0. If you touch or look at your cell phone during the exam you will receive a 0. A periodic table and other useful information will be provided. The last 2 pages of the syllabus are the provide material on the exams.

 Returning Graded Work:  All graded work will be handed back in lab or lecture. I will do my best to prohibit others from seeing your grades however since they will be handed back in a public area it is possible that other might see your grade. I will also post your grades on line by the last four digits of your SBCC id number. If you do not want your papers handed back in class or your grades posted on line please come and see me so that we can make other arrangements.

Homework:  • • •

Homework will be posted on the website on the assignments page. Homework is due the Tuesday after the chapter is finished. The exact homework due dates will be posted on the website assignments page and announced in class. Homework is due at the beginning of class. No late homework is accepted.

Lab:  • • • •

Pre labs are due at the beginning of class on the day the lab is to be performed. Lab reports are due 1 week from when they were completed. No late pre labs are accepted. Lab reports can be handed in the next class session after they are due for ½ credit.

Important Dates:   Last day to add class: Last day to drop with a refund: Last day to drop without a "W": Last day to drop with a "W":

2/8/09 2/7/09 2/8/09 3/27/09

If you are waitlisted for this class and you think that there is a possibility that you are going to get in, you need to turn in all work prior to getting in to the class.

Lecture Schedule:  This is a very tentative lecture schedule. Midterm times will not change.

Tuesday Jan. 27 Chap. 1 - The Chemical World Chap. 2 - Measurement and Problem Solving

Thursday Jan. 29 Chap. 2 - Measurement and Problem Solving

Lab Jan. 29 Exp. 1 - Laboratory Safety and Laboratory Techniques

Feb.3 Chap. 3 - Matter and Energy

Feb. 5 Chap. 4 - Atoms and Elements

Feb. 5 Exp. 2 - Measurements

Feb. 10 Chap. 4 - Atoms and Elements Chap. 5 - Molecules and Compounds

Feb. 12 Chap. 5 - Molecules and Compounds

Feb. 12 Exp. 3 - Density

Feb. 17 Chap. 6 - Chemical Composition

Feb. 19 Midterm 1

Feb. 19 Exp. 4 - Physical and Chemical

Feb. 24 Chap. 6 - Chemical Composition Chap. 7 - Chemical Reactions

Feb. 26 Chap. 7 - Chemical Reactions

Feb. 26 Exp. 5 - Melting Points and Boiling

Changes

Points

Mar. 3 Chap. 8 - Quantities in Chemical

Mar. 5 Chap. 8 - Quantities in Chemical

Reactions

Reactions

Mar. 10 Chap. 9- Electrons in Atoms and the Periodic Table

Mar. 12 Chap. 9 - Electrons in Atoms and the Periodic Table

Chap. 10 - Chemical Bonding

Mar. 5 Exp. 6 - Chemical Nomenclature Mar. 12 Exp. 7 - Classification of Chemical Reactions

Mar. 17 Chap. 10 - Chemical Bonding

Mar. 19 Midterm 2

Mar. 19 Exp. 8 - Double Displacement

Mar. 24 Chap. 10 - Chemical Bonding Chap. 11 - Gases

Mar. 26 Chap. 11 - Gases

Mar. 26 Exp. 9 - Qualitative Analysis

Mar. 31 Spring Break

Apr. 2 Spring Break

Apr. 2 Spring Break

Apr. 7 Chap. 12 - Liquids, Solids, and

Apr. 9 Chap. 13 - Solutions

Apr. 9 Exp. 10 - Lewis Structures and

Apr. 14 Chap. 13 - Solutions

Apr. 16 Chap. 14 - Acids and Bases

Apr. 16 Exp. 11 - Gas Laws and Molar Mass

Apr. 21 Chap. 14 - Acids and Bases

Apr. 23 Midterm 3

Apr. 23 Exp. 12 - Separations of Mixtures

Apr. 28 Chap. 15 - Chemical Equilibrium

Apr. 30 Chap. 16 - Oxidation and Reduction

Apr. 30 Exp. 13 – Solutions

May 5 Chap. 16 - Oxidation and Reduction

May 7 Chap. 17 - Radioactivity and Nuclear

May 7 Exp. 14 – Acids and Bases

May 12 Chap. 17 - Radioactivity and Nuclear

May 14 Midterm 4

Intermolecular Forces

Chemistry

May 19 FINAL - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Location TBA

Reactions

Chemistry

Molecular Models

May 14 Exp. 16 - Titration of Vinegar

Abbreviations and Symbols  Acid dissociation const. Amount of Substance Atmosphere Avogadro Constant Base Dissociation Const. Boiling Pt. Elev. Const. Celsius Temperature Centi-Prefix Energy of Activation Enthalpy Entropy

Ka n atm NA Kb kb °C C Ea H S

Equilibrium Constant Free Energy Freezing Pt. Depr. Const. Gas Constant Gram Hour Joule Kelvin Kilo-Prefix Liter Milli-Prefix

Keq G kf R g h J K k L m

Molal Molar Mole Pascal Pressure Second Specific Heat Capacity Temperature Volt Volume Water Dissociation Const.

Constants  Measures of Pressure 1 atm = 760 mm Hg = 101.3 kPa

Equations 

Gas Constant L ⋅ mmHg R = 62.4 mol ⋅ K L ⋅ atm R = 0.0821 mol ⋅ K L ⋅ kPa R = 8.3145 mol ⋅ K

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PV = nRT

K w = H 3O + OH −

P1V1 P2V2 = T1 T2

pH = − log H 3O +

rate1 = rate 2

∆G = ∆H − T ∆S

molar _ mass 2 molar _ mass1

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Avogadro Constant 1 N A = 6.022 × 10 23 mol

q = mC p ∆T ∆T f = k f × m ∆Tb = k b × m

m M mol Pa P s Cp T V V Kw

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