Hill, John W. and Ralph Petrucci. GeneralChemistry,AnIntegratedApproach, 2nd Ed.,
K10, M, T, W, Th: 10:00 to 11:45 am
General Chemistry Lecture II:
Elementary thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium in aqueous solutions, properties and
reactions of inorganic species, practical applications of chemical principles. Not open to
students with credit in 104. Prerequisite: 101 or 103.
This course is designed to expand your introduction to the basic
scientific discipline of chemistry. It will involve problem solving to a greater degree
than CHM 101 or CHM 103. The lecture will include problems that are intended to help the
student to develop problem solving skills. Working out the assigned problems will help the
student master these skills. The student should attempt assigned problems before looking
at the solutions provided in the library.
Your grade will be determined by the following formula:
6 quizzes (lowest dropped) 75.0
Final exam 25.0
Final score maximum 100.0
Each quiz (3 questions) will have 100 points. The final exam will have
one question from each chapter. The letter grade will be assigned according to the
59.9 or less F
If you are missing any portion of the required work (e.g. you
have not completed all of your tests) your grade will be based on your scores for
completed work and with zeros for unfinished work.
Student Preparation Guide Lines
During the lecture listen carefully and write down important points.
Read the corresponding chapter in the text book and be sure you understand the concepts
Work out the problems at the end of the chapter applying the concepts
you have learned. This is very important in getting good grades (it will also help you
learn, although to many this is not as important as the grade!).
Get assistance from your
instructor, your lab TA (or fellow students!).
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