GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

CHEM 1305



SCHEDULE (subject to change as needed)

Friday - August 18
    Lecture - TBD

Wednesday - August 16
   Lecture - Test over Gas Laws
Monday  - August 14
    Lecture - Review for Test over Gas Laws

    Quiz - bases
Friday - August 11
    Lecture - practice using gas laws
    Quiz - acids
Wednesday - August 9
    Lecture - Bases
    Quiz - stoichiometry using the idea gas law
Monday  - August 7
    Lecture - Acids
and Naming
    Quiz - Idea Gas law and Dalton's Law
Friday - August 4
    Lecture - Stoichiometry using the Idea Gas Law
    Quiz -
General Gas laws
Wednesday - August 2
    Lecture - Test over Solutions
Monday  - July 31
    Lecture - Review for Test over Solutions

    Quiz - titrations
Friday - July 28
    Lecture - Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
    Quiz - Dilutions
Wednesday - July 26
    Lecture -
    Quiz - stoichiometry using molarity
Monday  - July 24
    Lecture -
Idea Gas Law
    Quiz - molarity
Friday - July 21
    Lecture - General Gas Law
    Quiz - percent solution

Wednesday - July 19
   Lecture - Test over Mass Relationships
Monday - July 17
    Lecture - Review for test over mass relationships

Friday - July 14
    Lecture - Titrations
    Quiz - limiting reagents
Wednesday - July 12
    Lecture - Solutions -Stoichiometry and using Molarity
    Quiz - simple stoichiometry and percent yield
Monday  - July 10
    Lecture - 
Solutions and Percent Solutions
    Quiz - simple stoichiometry
Friday - July 7
    Lecture - Limiting Reagents
Wednesday - July 5
    Lecture - Simple Stoichiometry and Percent Yield
    Quiz - moles
Monday  - July 3
   Lecture - 
no class

Friday - June 30
    Lecture - no class


Wednesday - June 28
    Lecture - Test over Naming and Writing Formulas
Monday  - June 26
    Lecture - 
Review for Test over naming and writing formulas
    Quiz - molecular mass and percent composition
Friday - June 23
   Lecture - moles
    Quiz - naming ternary formulas

Wednesday - June 21
    Lecture -
molecular mass and percent composition
    Quiz - naming binary formulas
Monday - June 19
    Lecture -
no class
Friday - June 16
   Lecture -  Balancing equations and types of chemical reactions
   Quiz - writing ternary formulas

Wednesday - June 14
   Lecture - Naming Binary and Ternary Formulas
   Quiz - writing binary formulas

Monday - June 12
    Lecture -
Writing Ternary Formulas and Naming Binary Formulas


Friday - June 9
   Lecture - Test over Chapters 1 - 5

Wednesday - June 7
    Lecture - Review for test over Chapters 1 - 5
    Quiz - oxidation numbers, valence and ions
Monday - June 5
    Lecture -
Writing binary formulas

    Quiz - Subatomic particles, metals, isotopes
Friday - June 2
   Lecture -  Writing formulas and calculating oxidation numbers
   Quiz - Properties and Changes, Symbols and Names of Elements, states of matter and compounds and elements

Wednesday - May 31
   Lecture - group name, oxidation numbers and valence
   Quiz - density  and temperature conversions
Monday - May 29
  Memorial Day - no class
Friday - May 26
    Lecture - Energy levels, electron configuration
   Quiz - metric/ metric and metric/English conversions
Wednesday - May 24
    Lecture - Structure of the atom, isotopes atomic and mass numbers, and ions
Monday - May 22

    Lecture - States of matter, Compounds and elements, Symbols, and Properties of matter
Friday - May 19
    Lecture - no ckass
Wednesday - May 17
    Lecture - Density and Specific Heat
Monday - May 15
    Lecture - Metric System - English to metric and Temperature conversions
Friday - May 12
    Lecture - Mass, and Scientific  Notation, Rounding numbers and Metric System - metric to metric
Wednesday - May 10
    Lecture - Science and Scientific Method
Monday - May 8
    Lecture - review course syllabus

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CHEM 1305 General Chemistry I (4-0-3) An introductory chemistry course primarily for allied health science majors or related science majors. Topics include standards for measurements, matter, nomenclature, quantitative composition, equations, atomic theory, bonding, gases, and solution. Prerequisite: MATH 104 or concurrent enrollment.


REQUIRED TEXT/MANUALS

Introduction to Chemistry, Corwin, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition


SYLLABUS

Syllabus Introduction to Chemistry


COURSE OBJECTIVES


COURSE OUTLINE (Outline)