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Principles of Chemistry 1
Chemistry   1107 Fall  2000

Lecture Schedule

 

Week Date    

I

September

6

 

Introduction

   

8

CHAP I

Science of Chemistry, molecular nature

II

 

11

 

Periodic table (links), metals, nonmetals metalloids, phases
Mendeleev's original table and periodic law

   

13

 

Measurements, units, conversions, density, calculations

   

15

problems

 

III

 

18

CHAP II

Atomic Nature, atomic theory, electons, nuclei

   

20

 

elements, isotopes, ions, conservation laws

   

22

problems

 

IV

 

25

Test

(chap I-II)

   

27

CHAP III

Molecules. Cemical and structural formulas, models

   

29

 

naiming compounds. Cations and Anions, ionic compounds

V

October

2

 

Mole, molar mass, mass-mole convert., concentrations etc.

   

4

problems

 

VI

 

6

CHAP IV

Chemical Reactions. Equations, balancing

   

11

 

Stoichiometry, yield, limiting reagent

   

13

 

Precipitation, acid-base, and Red-Ox reactions

VII

 

16

problems

 
   

18

Test

(Chap III-IV)

   

20

CHAP V

Gases. Kinetic energy, ideal gas law, all gas laws

VIII

 

23

 

Dalton's law, vapor pressure

   

25

CHAP VI

Atoms & Light. Spectra

   

27

 

Interaction of energy & matter, electrons.

IX

 

30

problems

(EAS meeting)

 

November

1

Test

(EAS meeting)

   

3

CHAP VII

Atomic structure. Quantum numbers. Orbitals.

X

 

6

 

Orbital energy, size. Pauli principle. Valence electrons

   

8

 

Periodic table structure, element properties - valence electrons

   

10

 

Atomic radii, ionization energy. Ions, metals and nonmetals

XI

 

13

problems

 
   

15

CHAP VIII

Chemical Bonding. Electron sharing, electronegativity

   

17

 

Lewis structures, carbon, molecular shapes.

   

20

problems

 

XII

 

27

Test

(chap VII-VIII)

   

29

CHAP IX

Multiple bonds. s and p bonds. Energy

 

December

1

 

Delocalized orbitals. Solids

XIII

 

4

problems

 
   

6

CHAP X

Intermolecular Forces. Gases, liquids, solids. Van der Waals eq.

   

8

 

Hydrogen bonding, types of forces, surfaces, phase equilibria

XIV

 

11

problems

 
   

13

Test

(chap IX-X)

   

15

course prob.