General Chemistry I Chemistry 101B Fall 2002 Department of Chemistry Colgate University

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1 Instructor: Germaine Gogel Office Hours: General Chemistry I Chemistry 101B Fall 2002 Department of Chemistry Colgate University Lecture: 9:20 10:10 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Classroom: Wynn 111 Laboratory: The time for this is arranged independently. You will have a different instructor. Place: Wynn B10 or B14 Time: Mon., Tues., Wed., or Thurs. afternoon 1:20-5:20 PM or Thurs. morning 8:20-12:20, or Mon., Tues., or Thurs. evening 6:20-10:20 PM The laboratory coordinator is Dr. Julie Chanatry, office: B37 Wynn, phone: x7231 Office: 101 Wynn about 1:30 to about 5 PM on MTWTh and also early aft. on Friday You can ask in class or by for a specific meeting time or just drop by. I teach most of the morning MWF, but am in my office late T and Th morning Phone: x GGOGEL Chemistry tutoring sessions: Sun., Tues., and Thurs. 7-9 PM in Wynn 116 Course website: Blackboard: Required for the course: 1. Textbook: Chemistry (Fifth Edition) by Steven Zumdahl, Houghton Mifflin Publishing Company, Boston, MA. 2. Laboratory manual: Bright yellow covered booklet available at the bookstore. 3. Laboratory notebook: A duplicating notebook to record data in (it has a light gray cover and a blue spine) is available in the bookstore. It has alternating white and light blue pages. (The light blue pages should be torn out to turn in to your laboratory instructor when an experiment is finished.) 4. Safety glasses or goggles: If you don't wear glasses, you must wear safety glasses in the laboratory. If you wear glasses, you must wear goggles over your glasses when working in the laboratory. 5. Calculator: A scientific calculator capable of arithmetic functions and that can take powers, roots, and logarithms. Bring your calculator to all quizzes and exams and to the laboratory. Calculators capable of storing text may not be used on exams and quizzes. 6. Molecular model kit will be needed for the molecular models lab. A model kit is available in the bookstore. (The HGS Molecular Structural Model Kit C will also be useful in organic chemistry.) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Date Topic Reading Sept. 2 M First meeting a brief meeting at a different time 4 T Introduction, measurements Chap 1, first part Chap 2 6 F elements, atoms and compounds Chap 2

2 Date Topic Reading Sept. 9 M First Laboratory, naming compounds Chap 2, 1st lab, Chap 10, pgs W moles and molar mass, Finding formulas Chap 2 13 F Percent composition of compounds, 1 st Quiz Chap 3 Sept. 16 M Balancing equations, laboratory Chap 3, 2 nd lab 18 W Stoichiometry, limiting and excess reagents Chap 3 20 F Water, solutions, Types of chemical reactions Chap 4 Sept. 23 M Precipitation reactions, acid-base, lab Chap 4, 3rd lab 25 W HOUR EXAM I Chap 4 27 F Oxidation -reduction reactions Chap 4 Sept. 30 M More on reactions, lab Chap 4, 4th lab Oct. 2 W More about solutions and dilutions Chap 4 Oct. 4 F Gas laws, Partial pressures of gases Chap 5 2nd QUIZ Oct. 7 M Gas laws, lab Chap 5, 5 th lab 9 T Kinetic theory of gases Chap 5 11 F Real gases Chap 6 Oct. 14 M MID-TERM RECESS 16 W Energy and Enthalpy, Hess s law Chap 6 18 F HOUR EXAM II Oct. 21 M Calorimetry Chap 6, 6 th lab 23 T Matter and electromagnetic radiation Chap 7 25 F Hydrogen-atomic structure Chap 7 Oct. 28 M Quantum mechanics and the atom, 7th lab Chap 7, 7th lab 30 Th Orbitals and electrons Chap 7 3rd QUIZ Nov. 1 F Electronic structure Chap 7 Nov. 4 M Orbitals and the periodic table, lab Chap 7, 8th lab 6 W Types of bonds, electronegativity Chap 8 8 F Ionic bonds, Covalent bonding theory Chap 8 Nov. 11 M Lewis structures, the octet rule, lab Chap 8, 9th lab 13 W HOUR EXAM III 15 F Polar bonds, Bond energies Chap 8 Nov. 18 M VSEPR, molecular shapes,lab Chap 8, 10th lab

3 20 W Valence bond theory Chap 9 22 F Valence bond theory, molecular orbital theory Chap 9

4 Date Topic Reading Nov. 25 M Molecular orbital theory, Combining theories Chap 9 27 W Thanksgiving recess 29 F Thanksgiving recess Dec. 2 M Intermolecular forces, Solids revisited, lab Chap 10, 11th lab 4 W Vapor pressure, phase changes Chap 10 4th QUIZ 6 Th Energetics of phase changes, phase diagrams Chap 10 Dec. 9 M solution composition, vapor pressure Chap T colligative properties Chap F HOUR EXAM IV Final Exam: a comprehensive, two-hour final exam will be scheduled during Finals Period. This is a common exam for all Chem 101 sections and is written by all the instructors. Hour Exams: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The four hour exams, each worth 100 points, will be held in class on the following days: EXAM I Wednesday, Sept. 25 EXAM II Friday, Oct. 18 EXAM III Wednesday, Nov. 13 EXAM IV Friday, Dec. 13 Your exam point total will be based on your three best exam scores (possible 300 points) with some adjustment for varying exam averages. Your worst exam score or a missed exam will be dropped. Quizzes: Between examinations, four quizzes worth 25 points (total 100 points) will be given to help keep you prepared for the coming exam. Quizzes will be given in the last 15 minutes of class and will concern only some material covered since the last exam. Quizzes are scheduled for the following days: Sept. 13, Oct. 4, Oct. 30, Dec. 4 Laboratory: The schedule for laboratory experiments is listed on a separate sheet. Your attendance at your assigned laboratory section is required. If you need to miss your assigned lab section to participate in a Colgate athletic contest or another Colgate sponsored function, contact the laboratory coordinator (Dr. Julie Chanatry) well before your absence to schedule a make-up date. Excused absences from laboratory (e.g. due to illness) should be made up within one week. If you are ill and will not make your scheuled lab meeting, contact Dr. Chanatry. The dates when lab reports are due are also listed in the laboratory manual. Lab reports are due one week (seven days) after the lab, at the beginning of your next lab period. (Adjustment in the due date will be made for school holidays.) Turn in your reports on time. Late lab reports are not accepted.

5 As much as possible, the laboratory experiments will coordinate with the lecture material. Therefore, principles covered in the laboratory will also be covered in class. Material from the laboratory will appear on quizzes and exams. READ EACH WEEK'S LABORATORY EXPERIMENT BEFORE COMING TO LABORATORY. PREPARATION for laboratory will help you perform the experiments correctly and efficiently. Lab quizzes (given by the laboratory instructor) are possible. Required each week in laboratory: safety glasses or goggles laboratory notebook laboratory manual calculator (most weeks) proper attire (no sandals or shorts, tie back long hair or loose clothing) Your laboratory grade will be assigned by your laboratory instructor and will be based upon your laboratory reports and upon your laboratory performance. FAILURE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE LABORATORY WILL RESULT IN FAILING THE COURSE. Grading: Your attendance in class is expected, but not an explicit part of your grade. It has been noted, however, that students who attend class and keep up with the reading and homework problem assignments do considerably better on quizzes and exams than those who do not. Attendance at exams and quizzes and in laboratory is required, of course. Homework problems will be assigned regularly, but they will not be collected or graded. However, the answers to the problems will be available. It is a better learning experience to attempt to solve the problem before you look at the answer. Also, representative homework problems will be solved in class. Please come by my office for additional help outside of class. In the evenings, chemistry tutors are available without charge. Tutors are available on a drop-in basis and also by appointment. Your grade in Chemistry 101 will be based upon the quality of your work on quizzes, hour exams, in the laboratory, and on the final exam. The distribution of possible points is summarized below: Hour Exams: 300 points Quizzes 100 points Laboratory: 150 points Based upon your laboratory reports and your performance in the laboratory Final Exam: 150 points Common exam for all Chem 101 sections Comments: (1) There is no fixed scale or quota system for the assignment of grades in this course. Grades are based upon your ability to master the material and your demonstration of that ability on quizzes and exams and in the laboratory. Of course, higher scores result in higher grades than lower scores. (2) FAILURE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE LABORATORY WILL RESULT IN FAILING THE COURSE. Cheating: Honesty is absolutely essential. Cheating (successful or unsuccessful attempts) will not be tolerated.

6 How to do well: Year after year, it has been noted that the most successful students keep up with the material in their chemistry class. Read the assigned material in the text before the lecture and again after the lecture. Chemistry reading is not light reading. Several readings of the material may be needed to understand it. Attempt to solve problems as the concepts are introduced in the text. Try to do a bit of chemistry homework every day and stay current with the material. Do many homework problems. Be sure to make a serious attempt to solve a problem before you look up the answer. ASK QUESTIONS when you don't understand a concept, a solution to a problem, or whatever. All of the instructors have office hours and we also employ upper-level chemistry students to provide tutoring in the evenings. Take advantage of your opportunities, stay inquisitive, and you will be able to master the material.

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