CHM 1045C-Lecture part

Spring 2004

Dr. Light's Sections (21-26)

General Chemistry I

Tentative Lecture Schedule

FLH 255

11:15-12:05 p.m.

MWF

 

(Topics are given in the order to be covered in lecture, though some may require more or less time than indicated.Exam days are set, however.)

 

Date

Chp.

 

Topic

(Silberberg, 3rd Ed.)

Pages

LON-

CAPA

Jan 7

W

1

Class Organization

1.1 Getting Started:Some Key Terms

(1.2-1.5 To be covered in recitation)

 

3-8

8-27

 

Jan 9

F

1,2

1.6 Uncertainty and Error

2.1 Mixtures

2.2 Lavoisier

2.3 Daltonís Theory

27-33

40-43

43-46

46-48

Jan 12

M

2

2.4 The Nuclear Model

2.5 Modern Atomic Theory

48-51

51-56

 

Jan 14

W

2

2.6 Elements & Periodic Table

2.7 Compounds and Bonding

56-59

59-63

Set 1

(Chp. 1)

Jan 16

F

2

2.8 Formulas

2.9 Mixtures

63-73

74-77

Jan 19

M

MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY (No Class)

 

Set 2

(Chp. 2)

Jan 21

W

3

3.1 The Mole and Avagadroís Number

3.2 Empirical Formulas

86-95

95-101

Jan 23

F

3

3.3 Balancing Equations

3.4 Calculating Amounts of Reactant and Product

101-105

105-109

Jan 26

M

3

3.4 Limiting Reactant; Reaction Yield

3.5 Solution Stoichiometry

110-114

114-120

Set 3

(Chp. 3)

Jan 28

W

3

3.5 Solution Stoichiometry

Catch up/review

114-120

Jan 30

F

4

4.1Water as Solvent

4.2 Reactions in Water

4.3 Precipitations

131-137

137-138

138-140

Feb 2

M

1-3

Hour Test 1

 

 

Feb 4

W

4

4.4 Acid-Base Reactions

140-146

Feb 6

F

4

4.5 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

146-154

Feb 9

M

4

4.7 Reversible Reactions

162-164

Set 4

(Chp. 4)

Feb 11

W

5

5.1 States of Matter

5.2 Gasses and Gas Pressure

173-176

176-180

Feb 13

F

5

5.3 Gas Laws: Boyle, Charles & Ideal Law.

5.4 Density and Molar Mass of Gas

5.5 Stoichiometry of Gas Reactions

180-189

189-195

195-197


 

Feb 16

M

5

5.6 Kinetic Theory of Gasses

5.7 Deviation from Ideal Behavior

197-206

206-210

Set 5

(Chp. 5)

Feb 18

W

6

6.1 Forms of Energy. Energy Conservation

6.2 Enthalpy and Heats of Reaction

220-228

228-233

Feb 20

F

6

6.3 Calorimetry

6.4 Stoichiometry in Thermochemistry

233-236

236-238

Feb 23

M

6

6.5 Hessís Law

6.6 Heats of Reaction and Heats of Formation

238-240

240-245

Set 6

(Chp. 6)

Feb 25

W

6

Catch up/review

 

Feb 27

F

7

7.1 The Nature of Light

254-262

Mar 1

M

4-6

Hour Test 2

 

 

Mar 3

W

7

7.2 Atomic Spectra and the Bohr Model

262-269

Mar 5

F

7

7.3 Wave Particle Duality

269-273

Mar 8-12

 

 

SPRING BREAK

 

 

Mar 15

M

7

7.4 The Quantum Mechanical Model. Quantum Numbers

273-281

Set 7

(Chp. 7)

Mar 17

W

8

8.1 Periodic Table.

8.2 Quantum numbers and the Pauli Principle

288-290

290-295

Mar 19

F

8

8.3 Aufbau

295-304

Mar 22

M

8

8.4 Trends in Behavior from the Periodic Table

8.5 Trends in Reactivity

304-311

311-320

Set 8

(Chp. 8)

Mar 24

W

9

9.1 Lewis Dot Structures

9.2 Ionic Bonds & Born Haber cycle

326-330

330-337

Mar 26

F

9

9.3 Covalent Bonding & Bond energy

337-344

Mar 29

M

7-8

Hour Test 3

 

Test 2 Retake (Chapters 4-6)  

Mar 31

W

9

9.4 Electronegativity

9.5 Metallic Bonding

344-349

Apr 2

F

10

10.1 Lewis Structure

357-368

Apr 5

M

10

10.2 Heats of Reaction from Lewis Structures

368-370

Set 9

(Chp. 9)

Apr 7

W

10

10.3 Electron Pair Repulsion and Molecular Shape

370-381

Apr 9

F

10

10.4 Polarity

381-385

Apr 12

M

11

11.1 Covalent Bonding & Hybridization

392-400

Set 10

(Chp. 10)

Apr 14

W

11

11.2 Types of Covalent Bond

400-404

Apr 16

F

11

11.3 Introduction to Molecular Orbital Theory

404-414

Apr 19

M

9-10

Hour Test 4

 

Set 11

(Chp. 11)

Apr 21

W

12

12.1 Phase Changes

12.2 Quantitative Aspects of Phase Changes

420-423

423-431

Apr 23

F

 

Review and Catch-up

Apr 26

M

 

FINAL EXAM(Room 102 Bellamy)

Block Exam Time ( 12:30-2:30 p.m.)