CHM1045 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I SYLLABUS
INSTRUCTOR: Gordon von Nehring, Ph.D. OFFICE: 57-209, 57-139 TELEPHONE: 954-201-2284 OFFICE HOURS: M 47-112 5:45-6:00 PM, 9:20 PM, T 57-209 6:00-5:30 PM, 8:50 PM, E-MAIL: email@example.com Chemistry 1045 Laboratory Manual by Dr. Jeanette Madea.
435321 - Chemistry, A Molecular Approach, Nivaldo J. Tro, Second Edition PRE-REQUISITES: MAC1105 CO-REQUISITES: CHM1045L
Upon successful completion of this course, the students should be able to demonstrate a familiarity with introductory material in general chemistry such as units for measurement, formula writing and nomenclature, stoichiometry, atomic structure, periodicity and bonding, terms and problem solving in the areas of changes of state, acid and base chemistry, ionic reactions, oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions and descriptive chemistry of selected non-metals. The students should be able to:
1. Clearly communicate in writing information derived from course related readings about the major concepts and themes in the chemical sciences.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the nature of chemistry; the classification, properties, and types of changes of matter and scientific measurements.
3. Describe the structure and components of atoms and apply these concepts to the information contained in the Periodic Table, a well as be aware of the classical experiments that lead to the present day models. 4. Explain concepts of ionic and covalent bonding, including the ability to predict molecular shapes and infer properties due to shape, such as polarity. 5. Write formulas for common inorganic substances, such as acids, bases and salts, and to name them. 6. Demonstrate knowledge of the mole concept, and use it in calculations involving formulas and balanced equations. 7. Demonstrate knowledge of oxidation-reduction chemistry.
8. Describe properties and behavior of gases and do calculations using the gas laws. 9. Demonstrate...
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