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1 SYLLABUS Course: General Chemistry II: CHEM Lecture: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM Tues. & Thurs. in Room 6068 Recitation: 12:00 PM-12:50 PM in Room 3066 Laboratory: 01:00-03:50 PM Wed. in Room 3066 Semester: Spring 2009 Requirements: Text: General Chemistry. 9 th Edition, Chang, 2007 Lab Experiments: Online at: then click on Faculty and Staff then Robert Wirkkala or from Pipeline click on Academic Departments, then Chemistry, then Faculty and Staff, then Robert Wirkkala Homework: ChemSkill Builder To purchase the online version go to and click on purchase chemskill builder Instructor: Robert Wirkkala Class ID: CHEM 1100 Section ID: 001 Laboratory: Department Approved Safety Glasses, Scientific Calculator, Knowledge of computer graphing techniques. Instructor: Lecture and laboratory: Dr. R. Wirkkala Introduction: This course is the second semester of General Chemistry for science, pharmacy, engineering, etc students. The lectures cover the topics kinetics, equilibrium, acids, bases, thermodynamics, redox reactions, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. This material covers chapters 13-16, 18, 19, 23 in the text. Three exams (given during the lecture period) and a cumulative final are given. The lowest exam grade is dropped. Weekly quizzes covering current lecture material are given and the lowest quiz grade dropped. In the one hour recitation the quiz is given, questions answered and the current experiment discussed. The lab experiments supplement and coordinate with the lecture topics. There is a prelab assignment (prestudy) which must be done and handed in the Tuesday before the lab is done. Points are deducted if late. Lab reports involve filling in the report sheets in the lab manual, writing a title page, and an abstract page and are due a week after the lab is done unless otherwise indicated. The lowest prestudy and lab report grades are dropped. ChemSkill Builder: (online), is required and is worth an exam grade. The assigned topics must be done online by the due date (day of final exam) for credit (100 points maximum). The grade is based on overall percent correct of all assigned problems. Missed exams, quizzes or lab experiments will count as a drop. 1

2 Lecture Topics Chapter Topics IV. Review of Basic Concepts Chapter 4, Section 4.5, pp : Molarity Beer s Law and Parts per Million calculations XIII. Chemical Kinetics 13.1 to 13.6 Definitions and rate expressions Nature of reactants and reaction rate Concentration and temperature effects on reaction rates Reaction mechanisms Order of reaction and graphing in kinetics Activation energy and Catalysis XIV. Chemical Equilibrium 14.1 to 14.5 Definition and conditions of equilibrium Law of Mass Action The equilibrium constant, Kc and Kp Le Chatelier's Principle: Factors affecting equilibrium Calculations and interpretation of Q and K Exam No. 1 Thursday F eb. 19(Chapts. 13, 14) XV. Acids and Bases 15.1 to 15.10, Water dissociation; acid-base theories Strong and weak acids and bases Conjugate acids and bases The ph scale Acid/base dissociation constants, K a and K b Hydrolysis; Acidity and Basicity of Salts XVI Acid-Base and Solubility Equilibria 16.1 to 16.9 Buffer solutions, calculations and preparation Titration curves The solubility product constant, Ksp Fractional precipitation The common ion effect The effect of ph on solubility Exam No. 2 Thursday Mar. 26 (Chapts , 15.12, ) 2

3 Chapter Topics XVIII. Chemical Thermodynamics: Entropy, Free Energy, Equilibrium 18.1 to 18.6 The Three Laws of Thermodynamics Entropy, definition and calculations Gibbs free energy, definition and calculations Spontaneity of physical and chemical processes Free energy and equilibrium XIX Electrochemistry 4.4, 4.8, 19.1 to 19.5, 19.8 Chapter 4, Section 4.4, pages Oxidation numbers of elements in compounds Definition of oxidation and reduction Balancing oxidation-reduction equations Redox Titrations 4.8: pp Standard reduction potentials Voltaic and electrolytic cells EMF calculations and Nernst equation Cell voltage and free energy changes Cell voltage and equilibrium constants Electrolysis XXIII. Nuclear Chemistry 23.1 to 23.6 Nuclear Particles and Radioactivity Half-life and Dating Techniques Binding Energy, Fusion, Fission Kinetics of radioactivity and radiocarbon dating Exam No. 3 Tuesday April 28 (Chapts , 4.4, 4.8, , ) Comprehensive Final Exam: Week of May 5-8 Exact date and room location will be announced in class. Copies of old exams I, II, and III with answers are on reserve in the Learning Center. They may be copied but not taken out of the library. No copies of the final exam are available. Questions and format are similar to the three regular exams. The final is worth 200 points. 3

4 ChemSkill Builder Homework Assignments The following sections must be completed online at the chemskill builder website by the final exam for credit. You may do the problems as many times as you like, only the highest grade is saved Rate Law Equations 16.3 Experimental Kinetics 16.4 First Order Rate Problems 16.5 Reaction Mechanisms 16.6 Temperature and Rate 17.1 Equilibrium Law and Kc 17.2 Gas Equilibrium and Kp 17.3 Heterogeneous Equilibria 17.4 Equilibrium Calculations 17.5 Le Chatelier's Principle 18.1 Acid-Base Reactions 18.2 Kw and ph Calculations 18.5 Weak Acids and Bases 19.1 Salt Hydrolysis 19.2 Common Ion Effect 19.3 Buffers 19.5 Titration Curves 20.1 Solubility Product Equation 20.2 Solubility Calculations 20.3 Common Ion Effect 21.2 Entropy Change 21.3 Free Energy Changes 21.4 Spontaneity of Reactions 21.5 Free Energy and Concentration 10.1 Identifying Species in Redox Reactions 10.2 Determining Oxidation Numbers 10.3 Balancing Simple Redox Reactions 10.4 Half Reaction Method 22.1 Using Redox Potentials 22.2 Voltaic Cells 22.3 Electrolytic Cells 22.4 Faraday Law Problems 22.5 Nernst Equation Problem 23.1 Properties of Radiation 23.2 Balancing Nuclear Equations All sections must be completed by date of final exam for maximum credit. 4

5 Laboratory Experiments Week Date Experiment 1 J an 21 Check-In, Safety Lecture 2 J an 28 Spectroscopy: Beer's Law 3 Feb 4 Ca Analysis by EDTA Titration 4 Feb 11 Ca Analysis by Atomic Absorption 5 Feb 18 Phenolphthalein-NaOH Kinetics 6 Feb 25 Equilibrium Constant Determination 7 Mar 4 Le Chatelier's Principle 8 Mar 11 Group A Cation Analysis 9 Mar 18 Spring Vacation No Classses 10 Mar 25 Group B Cation Analysis 11 Apr 1 ph: Its Measurement and Uses 12 Apr 8 Enthalpy of Neutralization 13 Apr 15 Thermodynamics of Borax Dissolution 14 Apr 22 Fe Analysis by Redox Titration 15 Apr 29 Electrochemistry Check-Out Prestudies are found at the end of the lab experiments. Prestudies are due in lecture the Tuesday before the experiment is to be done in the laboratory. Lab Reports are due a week after they are done unless otherwise indicated. Points are deducted for late reports. 5

6 General Information Office: Room 3290 Phone and voice mail: (401) Office Hours: Tues and Thurs: 12:00-01:00PM and Wed 11:00AM-Noon FAX: (401) School Cancellations: (401) Quizzes are given on Wednesdays in the recitation period. Exams are given during the lecture period. Prestudies are due Tuesday in lecture the week of the lab. Laboratory reports are due the next lab period unless otherwise indicated No make ups are given on quizzes, exams, prestudies, or labs. Any items missed count as a drop. Necessary Items: Scientific calculator (with exponential and log functions). Several No. 2 pencils for exams. Knowledge of proper graphing techniques or computer graphing programs. Grading Scheme: Maximum Points a. Best 10/11 Quizzes Points b. Best 2/3 Exams Points c. Best 11/12 Prestudies Points d. Best 11/12 Lab Reports Points e. ChemSkill Points f. Comprehensive Final Exam 200 Points Total Maximum Points Points The lowest quiz, exam, prestudy, and lab report are dropped. Percent of maximum total points: Grade: 90% % A 80% -- 89% B 70% -- 79% C 60% -- 69% D 6

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