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COURSE SYLLABUSCHEM 103: General Chemistry- Fall 2010University of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireInstructorDr. Sudeep BhattacharyayOfficeP-452Office Phone715 836 2278Office HoursBy appointmentE-mailbhattas@uwec.eduCourse Lecture G0GP-117, T, R 6:00 – 7:15 PMLab G01P-469, M 6.00 – 9.50 PMLab G02P-469, W 6.00 – 9.50 PMCHEM 103 course and its objective‘Chemistry’ is the study of properties and transformations of matter. The mainobjective of CHEM 103 is to help you in developing a picture of matter and their propertiesat the atomic and molecular levels. Topics of the CHEM 103 course include mathematics inchemistry, structure of atoms, atomic properties, periodic trends, the bonding and molecularstructure, the physical states of matter, chemical reactions types, chemical equations, andstoichiometry. Laboratory experiments will allow us to examine theories we learn in lectures.Besides chemical theories and experimental skills, this course is also designed to impartcritical thinking ability to solve problems.‘Chemistry’ is a subject that delivers a central platform to study other disciplines likebiology, geology, material science, physics, medicine, and many branches of engineering. Itis extremely relevant for businesses as chemistry plays an important role in our economy (weconsume a large variety of chemicals every day).Relevant Goals of the Baccalaureate DegreeThis course is intended to help students develop the following: Knowledge of Human Culture and the Natural World Individual and Social Responsibility Respect for Diversity Among People Effective Communication Creative and Critical ThinkingRequired MaterialsTextbook: Silberberg, Chemistry –The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change, 5thEdition, McGraw Hill, 20091

Calculator:Scientific calculator capable of executing typical mathematical operations, includinglogarithms, exponential functions, etc. and handling scientific notation. You should bringyour own calculator to lecture and lab. If you are concerned about battery failure during theexam or lab, bring extra batteries with you.Lab needs:CHEM 103 Lab manual: Obtain at first lab meetingSafety goggles (fit tight to face to meet ANSIZ87.1 standard) – available for purchase frombookstoreiClickersIn each lecture, a handful of questions will be asked and you would need to respond to withthe clickers.Your responses to questions will be recorded. The purpose behind the clickers is primarily toencourage you to think and respond to questions. You will be awarded 80% for participationand an additional 20% for answering the questions correctly.Your participation will also be used to monitor your attendance in lecture.The clicker responses will be used to award up to about 3% (25) extra-credit points to yourfinal semester grade. Therefore, please bring your clickers to every class. The clickers areavailable for purchase at the University Bookstore. The University has adopted iClicker asthe campus standard. So you will need to purchase a single iClicker for all of your classes.LaboratoryThe laboratory is an important part of the CHEM 103 course and will count 20% toward yourcourse grade. All students are encouraged to go through the assigned lab material beforethe lab. There will be a brief pre-lab quiz based on the material to be covered. Mostexperiments will be performed in pairs or groups, however, some in-lab practical exerciseswill be performed individually. Points will be awarded based on their overall performances inthe lab that will include pre-lab quiz, completion of required lab activities, post-labassignments and in-lab practical exercises. Students must complete ALL laboratoryassignments to pass the course.Homework ProblemsA list of recommended homework problems for each chapter is included in the tentativelecture schedule. All students are STRONGLY encouraged to solve all of these problems.These will not be collected or graded, however, it will help you think critically and practiceyour problem solving skills. There will also be some homework assignments that will begraded and will count 100 total points towards your course grade.2

QuizzesThere will be a short ( 20 minute) quiz each week except the exam weeks and will count 20% toward your course grade. The quizzes will be announced and will be based on thematerial presented in the lecture, assigned reading, and recommended homework problems.ExamsThere will be total of four exams in this course. Three midterm exams will be given asoutlined in the tentative lecture schedule. The FINAL exam will be comprehensive and isscheduled for December 13 (7.00–8.50 PM). Exam questions will be based on all materialcovered in lecture and lab.AttendanceAttendance is important! Students who regularly miss class will be reported to the AssociateDean of Students in accord with University attendance policies. It is assumed that everystudent is present at every class and lab. So, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to obtainmissed lecture notes, copies of handouts, etc. Make-up quizzes and exams will not be given.Students missing quizzes or exams without a valid reason (proper documentation required)will receive a grade of zero. However, if you missed the quizzes or exams because of anexcused absence (proper documentation required), a prorated (avg) grade will be given forthe missed one.Academic IntegrityAcademic misconduct in any portion of the academic work for a course is a serious offense.Students found guilty will be punished by a failing grade in the course. The disciplinaryprocedures and penalties for academic misconduct are described in the UW-Eau ClaireStudent Services and Standards Handbook in the section titled, “Chapter UWS 14 – StudentAcademic Disciplinary Procedures.”Students with DisabilitiesAny student who has a disability and is in need of classroom accommodations, please contactthe instructor and the Services for Students with Disabilities Office in Old Library 2136 atthe beginning of the course.Summary of Grading SchemeMidterm exams:Quizzes: Final exam:Lab:Homework:Total:300 points (100 x 3)100 points (20 x 5)180 points150 points100 points830 points3

GradingThe percentage required for a specific final grade:100 - 85 %85 - 75 %75 - 65 %65 - 50 %Below 50 %A, AB , B, BC , C, CD , D, DFGrade updates will be made at Desire2Learn (D2L) (https://uwec.courses.wisconsin.edu/).Some Study HintsThis course requires a significant amount of time from you. Please be aware of the intenseinvolvement of you in order to do well in the course. Please be engaged in the class and in the lab.Please participate as much as possible. Here are some basic advises: Active classroom participation. Some lecture contents in power point handouts will beavailable at http://people.uwec.edu/bhattas/chem103.html. Taking notes and in-class problemsolving will be the best way to prepare yourself. You are also encouraged to participate in theclass by asking questions, actively engaging into discussions, and volunteering in activities ifneeded. Making your notes. It is the key to study any subject. Make your own notes. Afteryou have taken notes from the lecture, make summaries of key items for later review. I willsuggest you to make separate summaries of a) key definitions, b) statements of key laws that areencountered, c) key equations, and d) different problem types you encounter. Know what you are going to do in advance. I would request you to read the appropriatesection(s) in advance and form a basic idea about the central question that will be discussed in thelecture. You are also strongly encouraged to go through the objective section of each experimentbefore coming to the lab. Do the end-of-chapter exercises. You are supposed to do all exercises (homeworkproblems) as well as those recommended in the Objective section for each chapter. If you haveextra time available, you should try additional questions beyond those that have been assigned.Doing more and more problems not only help you to understand the theory but also prepare youfor the exams/quizzes.Finally, it is our constant effort to create a positive learning environment for you. Chem 103 is ademanding course and we expect you to put a consistent and diligent effort to learn. We commitfull support to your efforts. Finally, I would also expect you to treat all class members, instructors,teaching apprentices, and other staff members in the department, with respect.4

Tentative Lecture ScheduleWeekSep 2Sep 6-13Sep 14- 20Sep 21-27Sep 28- Oct 4Sep 30Oct 5-11Oct 12-18Oct 19-25Oct 26- Nov 1Reading(Section)Unit 1: Introduction to Chemistry (Ch. 1)Matter and their Properties. Energy and Matter.Mathematics of Chemistry. Measurements in1.1-1.6Scientific Study.Unit 2: The Atom and Electron Configuration (Ch. 2, 7, 8)Components of Matter. Development of Atomic2.1-2.4Structure. Protons, Electrons and Neutrons.Atomic Number and Atomic Mass. Isotopes.Atomic Weight. Mole. The Periodic Table of2.5-2.6Elements.The Nature of Light and Atomic Spectra. Waveparticle Duality. Planck’s Equation.7.1-7.3Photoelectric Effect. Bohr’s Model of Atom.The Quantum-Mechanical Model of Atom.The Uncertainty Principle. Quantum Numbers.7.4The Shapes of Atomic Orbitals.Electron Spin Quantum Number. The PauliExclusion Principle. Effective Nuclear Charge.8.1-8.2Atomic Subshell Energies and ElectronAssignments.Lecture Topic (s)Atomic Electron Configuration and PeriodicTable. Electron Configurations of Ions. Atomicproperties and Periodic trends8.3-8.5ExperimentNo LabCheck-in, Safety,Intro Exercises, IntroPracticalGases : AtomicMicroscopeGases : VernierPeriodic TrendsMaterialfrom Units 1&2Unit 3: Valence Electron and Formation of Compounds (Ch. 9, 2)Valence Electron and Chemical Bonding. LewisElectron-Dot Symbols of atoms.9.1-9.2Ionic Compounds #1Ionic Bond Formation. Formation of ionic2.7-2.8compounds. Names and Formulas of IonicCompounds.Formation Covalent Compounds. Names andIonic Compounds #22.7-2.8Formulas of Covalent CompoundsUnit 4: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry (Ch. 4, 3, 5)Properties of Ionic Compounds in AqueousSolution. Types of Chemical Reactions.4.1-4.7Ionic Compounds #3Solution Concentrations. pH (ConcentrationScale for Acids and Bases)Calculating Moles. Writing and BalancingChemical Equations.Mass Relationship in Chemical Reactions:3.1-3.5Stoichiometry # 1Stoichiometry. Reactions with LimitingReactant.EXAM 15

Oct 28Nov 2-8Nov 9-15Materialfrom Units 3&4EXAM 2Percent Yield. Molar Mass. Mass Percent.Stoichiometry3.1, 3.2, 3.4,Empirical Formula. Molecular Formula. The# 2/# 35.3Ideal Gas LawUnit 5: Chemical Bonds and Molecular Geometry (Ch. 9, 10, 11,12)Covalent Bonding. Bond Energy and BondLength. Electronegativity and Bond PolarityLewis Structures. Octet Rule. Resonance.Exceptions to the Octet Rule. MolecularShapes. VSEPR Model.Nov 16-22Intermolecular Forces. States of Matter.Uniqueness of Water. Solubility. Miscibility12.3-12.5,13.1Molecules, LiquidPropertiesMaterialfrom Units3, 4, & 5Nov 23-29. Thanksgiving RecessDec 1410.1-10.210.3EXAM 3Dec 6-10Molecules, SpartanCharge Distribution in Covalent Bonds andMolecules. Molecular Polarity.Nov 18Nov 30-Dec 39.3 - 9.5Orbitals and Bonding Theories. Valence BondTheory. Types of covalent bond11.1-11.2Preparation for LabPracticalFinal Lab Practicaland Check-outReview WeekFinal Exam (Comprehensive)7.00-8.50 PM6

CHEM 103: General Chemistry- Fall 2010 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire CHEM 103 course and its objective ‘Chemistry’ is the study of properties and transformations of matter. The main objective of CHEM 103 is to help you in developing a picture of matter and their properties at the atomic and molecular levels. Topics of the CHEM 103 .

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