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Transcript
CHM 2045C
General Chemistry
(5 Credit Hours) (A.A.) Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Completion of MAC 1105. Completion of
CHM 1025C with a grade of ā€œCā€ or better or one year of high school college preparatory honors or AP chemistry within last three
years.
This course meets Area V for the A.A./A.S. general education requirements. A rigorous study of chemistry principles for students
who have already studied basic concepts of chemistry. This course is intended for science and science-related majors.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1.
Define and apply the concepts of scientific method, chemical and physical properties and changes, kinetic and potential
energy.
2.
Use dimensional analysis, significant figures and scientific notation to perform calculations involving unit conversions,
density and percentage.
3.
Compare and contrast the classical and quantum mechanical models for atomic structure.
4.
Evaluate Periodic trends with respect to electron configuration, atomic size, ionization energy, electronegativity and
electron affinity.
5.
Interpret names and formulas for chemical compound with respect to chemical reactions.
6.
Classify chemical reactions by observation and equation.
7.
Perform stoichiometric calculations with respect to chemical quantities, aqueous and non-aqueous reactions.
8.
Determine the limiting reagent, percent yield, and theoretical yield for a balanced chemical equation
9.
Investigate the thermodynamics of chemical processes using current terminology and mathematical relationships which
include heat capacity and state functions.
10.
Examine, sketch, and apply the basic aspects of the valence bond and molecular orbital approaches to chemical bonding,
including the Lewis and valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) method of predicting molecular geometry.
11.
Perform calculations involving gas laws and describe the behavior of ideal gases, including the postulates of the kinetic
molecular theory, and the differences observed in real gases.
12.
Describe the behavior and theoretical basis of strong and weak electrolytes and be able to write complete and net ionic
equations.
13.
Assess oxidation-reduction reactions using half-reaction method to formulate balanced chemical equations.
14.
Predict the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, including the effects of intermolecular forces and the utilization of phase
diagrams.
15.
Perform laboratory experiments utilizing core safety guidelines and reporting laboratory data correctly and effectively to
illustrate and supplement lecture content.
16.
Demonstrate an ability to convey current chemical information in spoken or written form.
Revision Date:
9/9/15