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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Chemistry (CHEM)
CHEM
1112
General Chemistry II
General Chemistry II
Spring 2017
0,4
Course Type
Discussion Group
Laboratory
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
CHEM 1111
Corequisites

435

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
No
 
Yes
Fee Type
Lab
85
There was a lab fee increase from Fall 2015 that fell off the books. It went up to $85, but that never carried over to successive terms.
No


Continuation of CHEM 1111. Atomic structure and properties; stoichiometry; gas, liquid, and solid state; chemical bonding; solutions; chemical kinetics and equilibria; thermodynamics; acids and bases; electrochemistry; descriptive chemistry. Laboratory fee.
After studying all materials and resources presented in the course, the student will be able to:
1. State the characteristics of liquids and solids.
2. Articulate the importance of intermolecular interactions and predict trends in physical properties.
3. Identify the characteristics of acids, bases, and salts, and solve problems based on their quantitative relationships.
4. Identify and balance oxidation-­reduction equations, and solve redox problems.
5. Determine the rate of a reaction and its dependence on concentration, time, and temperature.
6. Apply the principles of equilibrium to aqueous systems using Le Châtelier’s Principle to predict the effects of
concentration, pressure, and temperature changes on equilibrium mixtures.
7. Analyze and perform calculations with the thermodynamic functions, enthalpy, entropy, and free energy.
8. Discuss the construction and operation of galvanic and electrolytic electrochemical cells, and determine standard and
non--‐standard cell potentials.
9. Describe the collision theory of chemical kinetics and determine the rate of reaction from appropriate data.
10. Produce rate laws from experimental data and use rate laws to determine reactant concentrations, rate constants,
half-­life, etc.
11. Know how to use and manipulate the Arrhenius equation and relate rate laws to reaction mechanisms.

Course Attribute
CCAS - GCR: Natural Sciences
ESIA-Science
ESIA-Math / Science
HONR-Sci Reasoning & Discovery

candaceg (Thu, 03 Nov 2016 13:59:12 GMT): Rollback: Hello, please update the syllabus to include the following requirements: amount of time out of class and the statement on mental health services. A required syllabus template is attached for your convenience.
agalarza (Tue, 17 Jan 2017 17:28:19 GMT): Rollback: Not sure what you need to do to this one. But here you go.
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