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General Chemistry II - CHM2046
Dr. Michael Lufaso
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Lecture: TR 1:40-2:55 pm, Bldg/lecture room - 50/1202
Office Hours: TR 3-5 pm and W 4:15-5:15 pm, Bldg/office - 50/2716
Coregister for the laboratory course CHM2046L
Syllabus Fall 2012
General Education Learning Outcomes
Course Description, UNF Catalog
Blackboard - course scores
MasteringChemistry.com - graded homework questions and instructions. The grading policy is given at the start of each chapter on the M.C. website. Check the server status.
Expected knowledge list from General Chemistry I (pdf)
Review General Chemistry I - Chapters 1-10 in Volume I of textbook
Lecture Notes - PDF format requires Adobe Reader or equivalent PDF reader.
Chapter 11 Liquids and Intermolecular Forces
Chapter 12 Solids and Modern Materials
Chapter 13 Properties of Solutions
Chapter 14 Chemical Kinetics
Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium
Chapter 16 Acid-Base Equilibria
Chapter 17 Additional Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria
Chapter 19 Chemical Thermodynamics
Chapter 20 Electrochemistry
Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry
A (1) textbook "Chemistry, The Central Science", Brown, LeMay, Bursten and Murphy (12th Edition) and (2) Masteringchemistry (M.C.) access code is required. A course reserve copy is at the UNF Library under call number 4359. The UNF Bookstore can assist you. Choose one of the following text and M.C. Student Access Kit bundle options.
Option 1 Hardback : textbook with MasteringChemistry (ISBN 13) 978-1-256-13252-3 (or 1-256-13252-7)
Option 2 Paperback (Vol 2.) : textbook with MasteringChemistry (ISBN 13) 978-1-256-13251-6 (or 1-256-13251-9)
Option 3 Electronic : textbook with MasteringChemistry
Mastering Chemistry Student Access Kit (Pearson), available at the bookstore or at MasteringChemistry registration for students. Purchase a textbook and only purchase the access kit separately if you do not obtain it packaged with one of the new textbooks. MasteringChemistry online tutorial and homework companion student access kit or code, either purchase with a new textbook or separately at www.masteringchemistry.com, or reuse a code from a previous semester. Enter a Student ID that is the same as your UNF N# to receive homework credit. The access code lasts 24 months from the date of redemption, so you may not need to purchase an additional code if you have one from a previous course using the same textbook (i.e. CHM2045). Reuse the same code. The course ID for Fall 2012 is LUFASOCHEM2046FA12.
Calculator: A scientific or graphing calculator is required for the examinations. The use communications and programming is prohibited. The calculator should be capable of scientific notation, log, and exponential functions. If a graphing calculator is used, you must clear the memory before receiving the exam. On a typical TI graphing calculator, the sequence is to press 2nd then +(MEM), then Reset, All RAM, Reset. A message will be displayed as RAM Cleared. I may ask for calculators and inspect the outside of the calculator and the memory during the exams.
Homework problems are divided into three sections, the first are suggested practice problems listed at the end of the chapters of the textbook and the second are the graded problems, and third are the optional problems. These may be found at the website www.masteringchemistry.com/ using the bolded course ID given in the syllabus. If you experience problems with Masteringchemistry, then contact support at Masteringchemistry with a description of your problems. If you have difficulties with entering your answers on your own computer, then use a UNF computer at the library or computer lab. The penalty for late homework is listed on Masteringchemistry. Textbook practice problems are neither collected nor graded, but are very helpful in studying for the exams. Graded homework is found on the MasteringChemistry website. Useful Conversions and Periodic Table
The exam format typically consists of conceptual questions and problems to be worked and answered (multiple choice format), multiple part problems (not multiple choice), matching, fill in the blank, drawing/sketching/graphing, and short answer problems. Bring a red SCANMARK ES 2010 scantron sheet to the exam. See syllabus for dates of exams.
Exam 1 - September 18, 2012. Covers chapters 11, 12, and 13. Equation Sheet/Periodic Table included with exam 1.
Exam 2 - October 18, 2012. Primarily focuses on chapters 14, 15, and 16. An equation sheet/Periodic Table included with exam 2.
Exam 3 - November 20, 2012. Primarily focuses on chapters 17, 19, 20. Equation Sheet/Periodic Table included with exam 3.
Final Exam - December 4, 2012 (Tuesday) 1:00-2:50 pm (Cumulative, 11-17, 19-22). Equation sheet included with the final exam. There will be both multiple choice and short answer questions.
On each exam day I am going to give you two examinations, one in chemistry and one in honesty. I hope you will pass them both, but if you must fail one, let it be chemistry, for there are many good people in this world today who cannot pass an examination in chemistry, but there are no good people in the world who cannot pass an examination in honesty.
(variation on a quote from Madison Sarratt (1891-1978), dean, Vanderbilt University)
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Calculator Use: Note that EE or EXP replaces x 10. For instance, to enter 6.02 x 1023, press 6 . 0 2 EE 23 , or if your calculator has an EXP key, press 6 . 0 2 EXP 23. A common error is to enter 6 . 0 2 x 10 EE 23, which is incorrect.
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