Chemistry 122 General Chemistry II. Fall 2013 Dr. Jeff Hurlbut - Text: General Chemistry; 10 th Edition; D. D. Ebbing & S. D. Gammon; Houghton Mifflin Company (2013). [ 9 th Edition is OK for my 122 class ] - Final Exam : 8 :00 to 10:00 am on Weds 12/11 in SL 120.
Fall 2013 Dr. Jeff Hurlbut
- Text: General Chemistry; 10th Edition; D. D. Ebbing
& S. D. Gammon; Houghton Mifflin Company (2013). [9th Edition is OK for my 122 class]
- Final Exam: 8:00 to 10:00 am on Weds 12/11 in SL 120
Internet Access: Some course material is online – graded homework, graded pre-lab questions, post-lab questions, lab procedures, lab safety quiz, lecture notes, my web site, Canvas, and email. There are several computer labs available on campus; Chemistry, CB 384 is one.
Sapling Homework/Lab Account: You need to create and pay for an account at www.saplinglearning.com. Before the end of this first week, you must set up your account at Sapling – you need your official WWU name and the CRN # for your lab section. There are graded assignments due by 9/30/2013.
Miscellaneous Requirements: Pass the Lab Safety Quiz before 12 noon on Thursday, 10/3/2013; Lecture & Lab Attendance; Lab Goggles (360o eye protection); Lab Coat(lab coats & goggles are available in our bookstore; a copy of our text by Gammon & Ebbing (General Chemistry), 10th or 9th edition; a C- or better grade in chemistry 121. You must have the Lab Coat & Goggles in order to attend the 1st lab next week.
1. End-of-Chapter Homework: The lecture notes contain suggested homework problems. Try to finish these by the end of my lectures over that section. I will devote lecture time to answering questions over these. These will NOT be graded or turned in.
These assignments count as 13 % of your class grade. There is no time limit except for the deadline which will be given in Canvas & at the Sapling site. The deadlines are firm; no hardware, software, internet connection, memory, sickness, etc, excuses will be accepted if you miss the deadline.
The Safety Quiz & Lab login is your student ID without the “W” and without the numbers after the last dash. Password = last two ID digits & first two letters of last name, ie for W00182234-11 Jack Smith: ID = 00182234 and PW = 34Sm. Instructions & dates are given at the site. Note: you have to pass this quiz well before 12 NOON, Thursday, 10/3/2013 in order to stay in chem 122.
1. Lab Safety: Complete eye coverage goggles and lab coats must be worn at all times – obtain them at the bookstore. Other requirements are: no open shoes and no food or drinks in the lab.
2. General Lab Information: Attendance is required; consult all of the lab material given in Sapling – especially the policy on missing labs; the prelab must be finished the day before your lab. During lab download & complete the post-lab questions. Labs are to be turned in at the end of that lab.
Note: For the lab you need to: 1) complete the pre-lab by the night before your lab. 2) review lab. 3) Bring GOGGLES, LAB COAT & the lab procedure to the lab.
3. Grade: Two exams = 40% Two Quizzes = 6%
Final Exam = 26% Lab = 15% Online Homework = 13%
10/1&3 Determination of Iron Titration using a redox reaction
10/8&10 Identification of an Unknown Metal Using Gas Laws, Ch 5
10/15&17 Determination of the Formula of a Complex Ion Using ∆Hr, Ch 6
10/22&24 Hess’s Law Investigation Using ∆Hr, Ch 6
10/29&31 Synthesis & Purification of Copper(II)Sulfate, CuSO4, Ch 12
11/5&7 Intermolecular Forces, Ch 11
11/12&14 A Kinetic Study using a Crystal Violet - NaOH Reaction, Ch 13
11/19&21 Bleach Analysis, Ch 12
11/26&28 No Lab – Thanksgiving Holiday
12/3&5 Keq Determination , Colorimetry & Ch 14 ; Clean-Up
Be able to qualitatively describe and explain the effects of temperature, pressure and volume changes on gases.
Be able to choose the appropriate gas law and use this law to solve for the volume, temperature, pressure, molecular weight, moles, effusion rate, concentration and partial pressure.
Be able to describe, explain and calculate the heats involved in chemical reactions using calorimeters, bond energies, and heats of formation.
Understand and describe the relationships between the different types and forms of energy.
To be able to understand and to qualitatively describe the physical states of matter.
To be able to quantitatively calculate the heats involved during changes in physical states of matter as well as during temperature changes in a state.
To understand how to use physical changes to separate complex mixtures.
To be able to draw and understand Phase Change diagrams.
To qualitatively and quantitatively describe the influence of intermolecular forces on matter.