General Chemistry I (CHE 1401)

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1 General Chemistry I (CHE 1401) Spring 2011 Instructor: Dr. Samir El Hajjaji Office Location: Room 104, Building 5 Phone ext.: 28 Office Hours: M, T, R: 14:000-16:00 W: 09:00-12:00 Students are also welcome to appoint for meetings during other time slots Meeting Times: Lectures (Building 6, room 8) Lab sessions (Building 6, Chemistry lab) T, R: 17:000 to 18:20 W: L01 13:40-:30 L02 :40-17:30 L03 17:40-19:30 GENERAL INFORMATION: Prerequisite Co-requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours None None 4 Hrs Lectures Lab sessions 2 hours 30 minutes per week per section 1 hour 50 minutes per week per section CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION This course starts with the basics of chemistry and chemical reactions. It then gives an insight into the structure of matter and the origin of chemical periodicity. The course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of atomic structure, the periodic table, nomenclature, chemical equations and solutions. The concepts of chemical bonding and molecular structure are developed. The laboratory sessions are designed to reinforce the lecture material and to allow students to become familiar with the experimental procedures used in chemistry.

2 TEXTBOOKREFERENCES Course Text: T. L. Brown, H. E. LeMay, B. E. Bursten, Chemistry: The Central Science. 11th Edition. NJ: Prentice-Hall International, Inc., (ISBN ) INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES Students will be expected to develop the following skills upon successful completion of the course: 1. Apply the scientific method. 2. Know basic definitions that are associated with chemistry. 3. Understand and use the basic tools of chemistry: Atomic and molecular structure. Different states of matter. Energy and energy changes. The control of chemicall reactions. The chemistry of certain elements and their compounds. 4. Know how to develop critical thinking and problem solving techniques in chemistry. 5. Conduct appropriate chemistry experiments, generate data, and draw relevant scientific conclusions. 25

3 TOPICAL OUTLINES Week Date Course Lectures (Chapters) Laboratory Experiments 1 Wed. 19 January 1. Introduction: Matter and Measurement 2 Mon. 24 January 1. Introduction: Matter and Measurement 2. Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 3 Mon. 31 January 2. Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 4 Mon. 7 February 3. Stoichiometry: Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations February Aid Al Mawlid 6 Mon. 21 February 3. Stoichiometry: Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations 4. Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry 7 Mon. 28 February 4. Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry 8 Mon. 7 March 5. Thermochemistry 9 Mon. 14 March 5. Thermochemistry Examination I (Chapters 1-4) March Spring Break 11 Mon. 28 March 6. Electronic Structure of Atoms 12 Mon. 4 April 6. Electronic Structure of Atoms 13 Mon. 11 April 6. Electronic Structure of Atoms 14 Mon. 18 April 6. Electronic Structure of Atoms 7. Periodic Properties of Elements Mon. 25 April 8. Basic Concept of Chemical Bonding Mon. 2 May 9. Molecular Geometry and Bonding Examination II (Chapters 5-8) Laboratory Examination Mon. 9 May Review (Last regular class day: Wed. 11 May) December 2009 Final Examination Safety in the laboratory 1. Basic laboratory techniques 2. Identification of substances by physical properties 3. Separation of the components of a mixture 4. Chemical formulas 5. Chemical reactions 6. Chemicals in everyday's life 7. Vinegar analysis 8. Metathesis reaction 9. Analysiss of bleach 10. Flame test IMPORTANT NOTES: This syllabus is tentative and subject to change. Throughout the semester, make up classeslabs will take place. They are scheduled as follows: 35 Missed session Make up session Thu. 17 February Tue. 25 Jan Thu. 3 March Tue. 1 Feb Wed. 13 April Sun. 6 Feb Tue. 12 April Tue. 8 Feb Thu. 14 April Tue. 222 Feb Tue. 19 April Thu. 24 Feb Thu. 28 April Tue. 1 March

4 COURSE PREPARATION Students are totally responsible for preparing the lecture topics using the textbook and the readingshomework assigned to them by the instructor at the end of each chapter. This would lead to their active participation in discussions and help them make good progress. The assigned homework must be solved by the student himherself are meant to give a good overview of the material covered. You do not need to hand them in, but it would be a serious mistake not to do them. Solving problems is the way you learn the material and the way you find out if you really understandd what you ve read and heard in class. Before coming to the laboratory, students have to prepare the background as well as the procedures needed for each experiment. A laboratory report is to be handed back at the end of each session. Finally, students are strongly urged to meet with the instructor during office hours whenever help related to the course material is needed. GRADING The assessment of student progress and performance will be done through quizzes, class participation, laboratory achievements, and examinations during the whole semester. Quizzes will take place with or without priorr notice from the instructor during lectures. Two one-hour exams are scheduled during this semester. In addition, a comprehensive final two-hour exam ends the semester. The final course grade is based as follows: on points accumulated from the different evaluation procedures Evaluation Procedure Class participation (participation+attendance+presentation. Max=0%) Quizzes Grade Contribution (%) 5 = 20% Lab reports 10 Theoretical Lab examination 10 = 20% Midterm I Midterm II = 30% Final Examination 30 TOTAL : 100% Class attendance Class attendance is a crucial part of this course. It is the student's responsibility to attend every class as stated in the general AUI regulations and policies; each unauthorized absence will result in one grade deducted from the student's class participation grade. If a student does not show up more than seven times, a "WF" grade will be assigned, without prior warning.. 45

5 No make-ups for quizzes andor exams will be arranged except for extenuating (i.e. hospitalization and the like) ). circumstances Additional Readings (available in the Library): 1. Brady, J.E., Student Solution Manual to General Chemistry, Principles and Structure. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Davis, R.E., Study Guide to Accompany General Chemistry (Whitten, Gailey & Davis). 4th Edition. Orlando, FL: Saunders College Publishing, Fine, L.W. & Beall, H.B., Chemistry for Engineers & Scientists. Orlando, FL: Saunders College Publishing, Hill, J.W. & Kolb, D.K., Chemistry for Changing Times. 7th Edition. Engelwood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Joesten, M.D. et al., World of Chemistry. Orlando, FL: Saunders College Publishing, Malone, L.J., Basic Concepts of Chemistry. 3rd Edition. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, McQuarrie, D.A., General Chemistry. 3rd Edition. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Sherman, A. & Sherman, S.J., Chemistry and Our Changing World. 3rd Edition. Engelwood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Sherman, A. et al., Basic Concepts of Chemistry. 4th Edition. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, Some Useful Resourcess on the Web: Homework assignments and lecture notes will be posted online on: Students scores will be posted on Jenzabar ( After each examinationquiz, the breakdown of the overall grades will be available on ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Students have the responsibility to know and observe the requirements of the AUI Code of Academic Honesty and the penalties resulting from violation of this code. This code forbids cheating, fabrication or falsification of information, multiple submissions of academic work, plagiarism, abuse of academic materials, and complicity in academic dishonesty. 55

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