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1 Chemistry 0115 Basic Chemistry I (3 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial, 3 hours lab) Academic Upgrading Mount Royal University offers academic upgrading courses that prepare students for post-secondary study. Academic Upgrading courses are high school-level courses that can be presented for admission purposes to Mount Royal University and other post-secondary institutions in Alberta. Upgrading courses can be used to improve high school grades or to complete a course you may have missed. These courses can be taken on their own or in conjunction with university-level courses. MRU Academic Upgrading courses are not eligible for Alberta Education high school graduation, credit or transcript purposes. Students wishing to learn more about high school diploma exams should contact Alberta Education, Information Services at education.alberta.ca; to reach this department toll-free by phone, call the Alberta RITE number ( ) and then ask for Students enrolled in Academic Upgrading courses have rights and assume responsibilities in accordance with University policy. An online assessment is available on the MRU website to assist you in evaluating the level of Chemistry in which to enroll. Please visit: and click on the Chemistry Self-Assessment. If you receive a score of less than 75% it is strongly recommended you register in Chemistry You may change your registration up until the Drop/Add/Cancel deadline. 1. COURSE DESCRIPTION CHEMISTRY BASIC CHEMISTRY I Chemistry 0115 is designed for students who have no previous course in Chemistry. It is the first course in the Chemistry 0115, 0130 sequence. Topics include: matter and energy, measurement in Chemistry, atomic structure, periodic table, chemical formulae and nomenclature, chemical reactions and chemical equations, mole concept and stoichiometric calculations, chemical bonding and states of matter. Your weekly chemistry schedule contains: 3 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial, 3 hours lab per week Corresponding Alberta High School Equivalent: Chemistry 20 Recommended Preparation: Pure Mathematics 10 or equivalent 2. CHEMISTRY STUDY AREA/help room B 275 is a study area for Chemistry and Physics students. An instructional assistant is often available during office hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday Friday. 1

2 3. REQUIRED MATERIAL(S) Laboratory Manual for Chemistry 0115 (published online on Blackboard, F15 Chemistry 0115 lectures & lab site) Lab coat with full length sleeves, and extends to mid-thigh Calculations in Chemistry: An Introduction by Donald J. Dahm and Eric A. Nelson i-clicker (Note: the same MRU i-clicker can be used in several courses) The Chemistry Help Room (B275) has many introductory chemistry text books that students can refer to for assistance. 4. ONLINE RESOURCES A large number of course documents and information will be provided to students through the Blackboard Course Management System that is accessed through the URL: Students new to Mount Royal will need to activate their Blackboard account by setting up their password etc. Students in Chemistry 0115 should have a Blackboard site that relates to this course. The site is divided into content and information relating to lectures, tutorials and labs. 5. MOUNT ROYAL CAMPUS CARD Students are responsible for ensuring they have their Campus Cards for access to the computer labs. The Campus Card Office is located in I 130 for the first few weeks of classes and is open from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Later in the semester you can get your Campus Card from E UNIVERSITY WIDE LEARNING OUTCOMES Mount Royal University has identified six University-wide learning outcomes that it believes are critical in preparing its graduates for workplace success and a life of continuous learning: Thinking skills, Communication, Information Access and Retrieval, Ethical Reasoning, Group Effectiveness and Computer Literacy. All courses offered at the Mount Royal emphasize one or more of these University-wide outcomes. 7. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES In Chemistry 0115, the University-wide learning outcomes that will be stressed are Communications, Group Effectiveness and Thinking Skills. As students, you will be encouraged to develop your skills in communicating in the languages of English and Chemistry, to convey information accurately and concisely and to sort data into relevant categories. 2

3 8. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES a. Acquire basic knowledge in chemistry to continue in Chemistry 0130 with confidence. b. Demonstrate competence in lab and classroom situations by applying the acquired concepts to problem-solving exercises. c. Develop skills in working in small groups effectively with chemicals and laboratory equipment in a safe manner. d. Become competent using the computer to accurately complete chemical lab experiments using computer simulations and downloading the lab exercises for their final grade. e. Thinking skills will be assessed through in-class discussion of problems and through traditional examination methods involving data assessment with a mind to formulate a relevant response. f. Extend competence in problem solving exercises by using the web-site assignments, which in turn may be used for, but not limited to, formative test evaluations. 9. ATTENDANCE The student is expected to attend every lecture and is highly advised to do so. Lecture attendance is closely associated with a student's success in chemistry courses: if you are serious about passing this course, then you must attend all lectures. Attendance is mandatory in all tutorials and lab periods. Missed labs will result in a lower lab mark, and missed tutorials will be reflected in a lower tutorial mark and poorer test marks. The student is solely responsible for learning the material covered in a missed lecture or tutorial. This also applies to late arrivals. Tutorials and labs which are missed will be assigned a mark of zero unless a valid reason is given for the absence. Valid reasons for missing a midterm test, tutorial or lab include: sickness (with a doctor s note), legal, bereavement, and any other reason at the judgment of the instructor. Valid absences for missing a lab, quiz, or test must be reported to the instructor (or message to the chemistry admin assistant) within 24 hours. Rewrites for any student, if granted, MUST be written within one week of the scheduled exam or a mark of zero will be given. Members of team sports must inform the lecturer ahead of time if the student will be absent for the scheduled exam so that a make-up exam may be granted if this policy is not followed, NO rewrite will be considered. 3

4 10. UNIVERSITY LETTER GRADE SYSTEM Note: This is provided for information purposes only. Final marks are recorded as percentage grades on student transcripts. Percentage Letter grade A+ A A- Interpretation of percentage and letter grade Excellent. Superior performance, showing comprehensive understanding of subject matter B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D Good. Clearly above average performance with knowledge of subject matter generally complete. Satisfactory. Basic understanding of subject matter. Marginal performance. Generally insufficient preparation for subsequent courses F Fail. Assigned to students: a) who do not meet the academic requirements of the course, or b) who cease to continue in the course, but do not withdraw as per Mount Royal University policy. 11. ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION EVALUATION METHOD WEIGHT Tutorials Instructor Evaluation Activities & Quizzes Term tests (30% total) Midterm exam 1 Midterm exam 2 Laboratory Work (30% total) Wet lab reports Dry lab assignments & quizzes; pre-lab assignments Good lab practice 10% overall total 12% 18% 12% 15% 3% Final exam (30% total) 30% TOTAL 100% Tests are based on material covered in the lectures, text, and tutorials. Students missing tests will be given a zero grade unless a valid absence is given. Late arrivals into exams will NOT be given extra time, unless a valid reason is given. All exams are governed by the Mount Royal University regulations (which are also printed on the front of MRU examination booklets). 4

5 12. COURSE POLICIES a. In order to receive a passing grade for this course, students must achieve a minimum mark of 40% on the exam component of the course (2 midterm tests and the final exam). b. If the 40% minimum mark is not achieved in the exam component of the course, the exam component mark will serve as the final grade for the course. c. If a student fails to write the final exam, a zero mark will be assigned as the overall course mark. d. If a student achieves a mark of 40% or higher on all three course components and writes the final exam, the course mark will be determined using the assessment and evaluation chart above. "W" grades can also be assigned for students who withdraw before the deadline date: for details, consult the current University Calendar. e. Students wishing to access Blackboard will be able to download lecture notes from the appropriate section of the Lecture Notes Folder on Blackboard if their instructor has their notes posted. Otherwise lecture notes will be the responsibility of the students to record in class. f. Besides a calculator, NO electronic devices (cell phone, ipod, Blackberry, etc.) will be permitted while writing exams. Students caught using such devices will be asked to leave the room immediately and receive a zero for that exam. g. The use of electronic devices for texting, sending/receiving calls, and other social media activities within lecture, lab or tutorial class can be a distraction to others as well as interfere with effective learning for the student concerned. Students are expected to demonstrate common sense in this area failure to do so will result in sanctions being taken against the offending student. h. Students are permitted to bring electronic devices (i-phone, ipad/tablet etc.) into lab classes on the understanding that the University bears no responsibility for damage to or loss of the device. Students who use electronic devices in wet labs are strongly advised to minimize the risk of water damage by careful placement of the electronic device. In addition, at the end of the lab, students should wipe exposed surfaces of the device to reduce the risk of cross-contamination from chemicals. i. If a student is unable to come to their assigned tutorial/lab they may ask permission to attend another tutorial/lab the same week if he/she has filled out the permission form found on Blackboard under the Course Info & Schedules folder. The form must be signed by both instructors to receive credit for attendance: the instructor from the regular assigned tutorial/lab class and the tutorial/lab for the make-up tutorial/lab. j. Credit in tutorial is given for in-class quizzes and i-clicker questions. Tutorial worksheets are used to give students practice at answering questions exam questions often follow the same format as tutorials. Answer keys for tutorial worksheets are posted online in the days following the tutorial class students should refer to these in order to compare their work with the answer key provided. k. Marks for tests, labs and tutorials will be posted on Blackboard throughout the semester students are advised to check their marks through My Grades so that any discrepancies in marks can be dealt with as they arise. l. Students are to refer to the Student Conduct Guide for any issues regarding rights and responsibilities and non-academic misconduct. 5

6 13. ACCOMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS Students requiring the services of accommodated exams are to contact Accessibility Services in room Y201 or through the Mount Royal website by following the links: Student Services > Learning Toolkit > Accessibility Services. Proper forms must be filled out at the beginning of the semester by all students that are eligible for accommodated exams and must be presented to the appropriate instructor for their signature on the Instructor Agreement Form. No student will be permitted to write an accommodated exam unless this form has been filled out. Students are to book their exam at least 7 days prior to the midterm/exam as scheduled in class and the final exam is to be booked at least 3 weeks in advance. 14. LAB REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS a. Lab glasses may be purchased from the Book Store for approximately $3.50 plus GST.. Contact lenses should not be worn for wet labs. b. Lab coats are also required for all of the wet labs. The Book Store has cloth lab coats for approximately $25.00 plus GST. Second hand coats may be purchased from Alberta Linen Supply, and/or Salvation Army for approximately $ Lab coats must have long sleeves and extend to mid-thigh. c. Students wearing open-toed shoes will NOT be permitted in the lab. New safety rules are in place and students must wear pants or long skirts/dresses that cover their legs, and shoes that cover their entire foot/feet with soles thick enough not to get punctured by broken glass on the floor. d. Due to safety concerns and legal liabilities of instructors, students who arrive late for a lab will not be permitted to enter the lab. e. Students must bring head phones, a calculator and lecture materials to the dry lab component. f. Students previously registered in Chemistry 0115 at Mount Royal University within the registered year may request a meeting with his/her lecture instructor about keeping their lab mark from the previous semester. The discussion must take place within the first two weeks of registration. Carrying forward a lab mark will only be considered in cases where the mark is at least 70%. If approved, a student will receive and fill out a lab exemption form from the lecture instructor which also requires a verification of the student s lab mark from the previous lab instructor. 15. TUTORIALS The weekly tutorial periods are used to solve practice exercises and examine the concepts discussed in lectures in greater detail. The purpose of the practice exercises, i-clicker activities and in-class quizzes is to help the student gain valuable experience in concept application and problem-solving skills. 6

7 16. COURSE SCHEDULES AND NOTES a. EXAM SCHEDULE Students will write their midterms in one of their normal class times in the weeks assigned as shown in the lecture and tutorial schedule below. Students must be available for examinations up to the last day of the examination period as specified in the Academic Schedule section of the MRU calendar. b. WEEKLY TUTORIAL SCHEDULE: CHEMISTRY 0115 All students are enrolled in a specific tutorial section as shown on their schedule of classes. If however you have a valid reason for missing your scheduled tutorial, you may be able to make up the missed tutorial by attending another tutorial section later in that same week. Please note that you are required to contact the relevant tutorial instructor in advance to request permission to attend his/her tutorial. If you just turn up without notice, you may not be permitted to join the tutorial group. The Permission to Attend an Alternate Lab/Tutorial form must also be completed and brought with you to the make-up tutorial. It can be found under the Course Info & Documents folder on the Blackboard site. c. OVERALL LAB SCHEDULE: CHEMISTRY 0115 LABS All students are enrolled in a specific lab section as shown on their schedule of classes. If however you have a valid reason for missing your scheduled lab, you may be able to make up the missed lab by attending another lab section later in that same week. Please note that you are required to contact the relevant lab instructor in advance to request permission to attend his/her lab. If you just turn up without notice, you may not be permitted to join the lab group. The Permission to Attend an Alternate Lab/Tutorial form must also be completed and brought with you to the make-up lab. It can be found under the Course Info & Documents folder on the Blackboard site. POLICY OF LATE SUBMISSION OF LAB WORK It is assumed that when write-ups of lab experiments or other written lab work is assigned by instructors, students will have enough time to complete the work to a satisfactory standard. Given this situation: 1. An instructor may refuse to accept a late submission of work unless the student can give sufficient evidence of mitigating circumstances illness, family crisis etc. In such cases, it is the responsibility of the student to keep the instructor fully informed of the situation failure to do so may result in the instructor giving a student a zero for that assignment/lab write-up. 2. If an instructor accepts work from a student after the due date, a late penalty will be assigned. Late lab reports will be deducted 5% if submitted after the beginning of lab, but on the same day as the due date; and an additional 10% of the total lab mark per day, up to a maximum of two days after the due date. 3. Additional time may be given, if arrangements have been made between the student and instructor prior to the due date. 7

8 CHEMISTRY 0115 ALL LAB SECTIONS DRY LABS: All dry labs are in computer lab B 223 Students should bring their own head sets, calculators & textbooks. WET LABS: All wet labs are in B 270 Students should bring their lab coats, goggles and lab manuals. WEEK OF LAB TYPE DESCRIPTION (subject to change for dry labs) 1 NO LAB No lab this week 2 WET LAB 1 Introduction to Chemistry Labs 3 DRY LAB 1 WHMIS, Lab Safety, Matter & Atomic Structure 4 WET LAB 2 Chemical & Physical Properties 5 DRY LAB 2 Chemical Nomenclature of Molecular and Ionic Compounds & Acids 6 WET LAB 3 Density 7 DRY LAB 3 Lewis Structures; Identifying Reaction Types & Balancing Equations 8 WET LAB 4 Chemical Reactions (No prelab and hand in after DL 4) 9 DRY LAB 4 Chemical Reactions; Net Ionic Equations; Significant Figures 10 WET LAB 5 Separation of mixtures 11 DRY LAB 5 Moles & Empirical and Molecular Formulas 12 WET LAB 6 Solutions: Stoichiometry & Titrations 13 DRY LAB 6 Stoichiometry & Solution Stoichiometry; Overall Review 14 NO LAB No lab this week 8

9 TENTATIVE LECTURE AND TUTORIAL SCHEDULE WEEK LECTURE TOPICS TUTORIALS 1 Course Introduction, Classification of Matter; States & Properties of Matter; Physical & chemical properties and changes; Density No tutorials this week 2 Elements & Symbols; Periodic Table Topic: Classification of Matter; States & Properties of Matter; 3 The Atom (Determining Subatomic Particles); Atomic Number & Mass Number; Isotopes & Atomic Mass Octet Rule & Sharing of electrons; Electron Dot Formulas 4 Covalent Compounds & Their Names; Writing Covalent Formulas; Start Ionic Compounds Ionic Compounds; Naming & Writing Ionic Formulas Topic: Properties of Matter; Elements & Symbols Atoms & the Periodic Table Topic: Atomic Number & Mass Number; Isotopes & Atomic Mass Octet Rule & Sharing of electrons; Electron Dot 5 Naming & Writing Ionic Formulas continued; Polyatomic Ions & Hydrates 6 Naming & writing formulas for acids; Lewis Structure Shapes of Molecules & Ions (VSEPR Theory) Equations for Chemical Reactions (Writing a Chemical Equation); Balancing a Chemical Equation 7 Midterm Exam 1 Reaction Types (Identifying Types of Reactions) including formation, decomposition, single & double replacement, combustion and acid reactions 8 Using Reactions Types to Predict Products of a Reaction Using Solubility Table & Writing net ionic equations 9 Numbers & Units; Measured Numbers & Significant Digits; Significant Figures in Calculations 10 The Mole; Molar Mass; Writing Conversion Factors Problem Solving (Using Conversion Factors); Calculations Using Molar Mass 11 Percent Composition & Empirical Formulas; (Determining) Molecular Formulas Mole Relationships in Chemical Equations 12 Midterm Exam 2 Mass Calculations for Reactions 13 Limiting Reactants & Percent Yield Solutions, Molarity Calculation & Dilution Topic: Formulas Naming Molecular Compounds, Naming Ionic Compounds & Writing Chemical Formulas Topic: Identifying Acids; Formulas and Naming Acids, Review (time permitting) Topic: Lewis Structure, VSEPR theory, Balancing Equations I Topic: Identifying Types of Reactions & Balancing Equations II No In-class Tutorial this week (depending of date of reading week) Take Home Worksheet: Solubility Tables, and Predicting Products, Net Ionic Equations I Topic: Net Ionic Equations II, Determining Significant Figures Topic: Calculations with Significant Figures, Moles; Molar Mass Calculations Topic: Percent Composition; Empirical & Molecular Formulas Topic: Stoichiometry; Limiting Reactants & Percent Yield, Solutions & Solubility Final Exam Period 9

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