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General Chemistry I at Stan State
Dr. Stone, ude.natsuscenotsk#ude.natsuscenotsk, N358 Office hours:F 121
Book: Chemistry by Gilbert, Kirss, Foster, Bretz, Davies, 5th edition. ISBN: 9780393264845
You will need access to Smartwork5, the online homework for this book.
Syllabus
Syllabus for Summer 2018 and Syllabus for Discussion
Lab Schedule for Summer 2018
Go to Dr. Aleman's blackboard page for the lab instructions.
Materials to prepare for Exam 1:
 The Power of Zeros aka: The Power of the Decimal. Worksheet to accompany this whiteboard lesson. Names and numbers: Quiz yourself!
 Power point slides for significant figures Practice problems
 Density slides
 Whiteboard lesson: Density
 Balance Reading and significant figures
 How to Calculate Percent Abundance,
 End of chapter problems: 1.11.40, 1.491.51, 1.541.74, 1.791.86, 1.90, 1.93, 1.100
 End of chapter problems: 2.12.48, 2.572.68, 2.712.96, 2.106
 Smartwork5: sign up for our class, see instructions above, do homework for Chapters 1 and 2.
Materials to prepare for Exam 2
 Smartwork assignments for Chapter 3
 End of chapter problems: 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,16,17,20,25,29,31,33,37,49,51,53,55,61,62,63,65,75,76,77,79,81,83,85,87,91,93,97,99,101,105,107,109,111,113
 Mole Map Whiteboard lesson: Mole Map
 Mole Video
 What is Limiting?
 Practice problems: % composition, combustion analysis and molecular formulas and %CompAnswers
 Problems Practice for Exam 2: Problems
Materials to use to study for Exam 3:
 End of chapter problems for Chapter 4: 1, 2,3,4,5,6,9,11,13,15,17,21,23,25,27,29,31,37,39,41,43,49,51,53,55,57,59,61,63,65,69,71,75,77,81,87,91,9599,101,103,105,107,109,111,115,119
 Smartwork5, chapter 4
 Solubility Rules, quizlet I
 Practice using the solubility rules, quizlet II
 Practice for solubility rules
 Practice for Summer 2016 quiz and here are the answers
 practice for net ionic equations and solubility rules
 Balance Redox Equations
 Practice for Redox and answers
 Smartwork is due Wednesday Oct 11th. Here is some help.
 Notes for Balancing Redox reactions.
 A white board Redox Lesson
Materials to use to study for Exam 4:
 End of Chapter 5 problems: 2,7,10, 18,19,20,27 (more gas = more expansion)33,37,39,43,47,49,51,53,55,57,61,65,67,69,71,73,75,77,78,81,83,85,87,89,92,93,94,
 Smartwork5, Chapter 5
 Whiteboard lesson: How much ice is needed?
 End of Chapter 6 problems: 2,3,4,5,13,15,16,17,18,31,43,47,57,67,73,77,78,99,100,103,105,115,121,131
 Smartwork5, Chapter 6
 Answers to 1100Discussion Worksheet:
1. Final temp, T_{f} = 32 degrees C 2. 373.3kJ/mol 3. 108.6 kJ/mol 4. 1.9 kJ/mol 5. 906.3 kJ/mol
Materials to use to study for Exam 5:
 End of Chapter 7 problems:11,15,16,17,18,31,41,45,103,105
 Smartworks, Chapter 7
 Old quiz from Practice for Quiz10,Summer 2015 answers
 light, waves and matter there is about a two minute period of dead air (at time = 1:57). (Sorry.)
 End of Chapter 8 problems:9,12,13,109,127,129,131,133, 140,141
 Smartworks, Chapter 8
 Practice for formal charge, resonance and shapes(Chapter 9).answers
 Smartworks, Chapter 9
 End of Chapter 9 problems:49,50
#Note: in a molecule with double or triple bonds, the first bond is a sigma bond, the rest of the bonds are pi bonds. After supper (sigma) you get pie (pi bonds). In nitrogen, N_{2}, the first bond is a sigma bond, the other two are pi bonds.
SmartWork5
This program will report a percentage of all possible points earned for all of the homework assignments. This percentage will be multiplied by 150/100 to get the points that will be added to your CHEM 1100 score. For example, if your total percentage for SmartWork5 is 78.2%:
78.2/100 x 150 = 117.3
Assignments are not accepted after the due date. If you miss a deadline, you forfeit the points and that will decrease your overall percentage.
Here is the URL for the online homework:
https://digital.wwnorton.com/chem5
Join this Student Set:34980
This video shows how to sign up for Smartwork5
More directions are on this page.
Discussion
Your discussion instructor will determine how points are earned in each discussion. These points will be submitted to Dr. Stone as decimal of the total possible points in your discussion. This percent will then be multiplied by 150 to get the number of "discussion points" that will be used to calculate your final grade. For example, if you earn 90 points in your discussion class and at the total possible was 120, then your percentage is 90/120 = .75
0.75 x 150 = 112.5
112.5 points will be added to your score for CHEM 1100.
Grades
Grades will be posted on blackboard.
Lab Fall 2017
Fall Lab Syllabus
Lab safety sheet:
Lab Safety
Lab safety videos:
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Lab Schedule
Week Starting:  Experiment 

August 29  Checkin, Lab Notebook, Data Analysis & Excel 
September 5  Exp. 1: Density 
September 12  Exp. 2: Separation of a Mixture 
September 19  Exp. 3: Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide 
September 26  Exp. 4: Precipitation and percent yield, Background and Prodedure Be sure to read both documents. 
October 3  Exp. 5: AcidBase Titration 
October 10  No labs this week 
October 17  Exp. 6: Determination of Calcium Carbonate in Eggshells 
October 24  Exp. 7:Enthalpy of a Chemical Reaction 
October 31  Exp 8: Molar Volume of a Gas 
November 7  Exp. 9: Identification of an Unknown 
November 14  Exp. 10: Emission & Absorption Spectroscopy 
November 21  No labs this week. Happy Thanksgiving! 
November 28  Exp. 11: Identification of Two Unknown Substances in a Mixture 
December 5  Check out 
All the laboratory dates are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.
Summer 2017: Materials to use to study for Exam 1:
 The Power of Zeros aka: The Power of the Decimal. Worksheet to accompany this whiteboard lesson. Names and numbers: Quiz yourself!
 Power point slides from August 28th Practice problems
 Density slides from August 30th
 Whiteboard lesson: Density
 End of chapter problems: 1.11.40, 1.491.51, 1.541.74, 1.791.86, 1.90, 1.93, 1.100
 End of chapter problems: 2.12.48, 2.572.68, 2.712.96, 2.106
 Smartwork5: sign up for our class, see instructions above, do homework for Chapters 1 and 2.
Summer 2017: Materials to use to study for Exam 2:
1. End of chapter problems: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6,7,8,16,17,20,25,29,31,33,37,49,51,53,55,61,62,63,65,75,76,77,79,81,83,85,87,91,93,97,99,
101,105,107,109,111,113
2. Smartwork5, chapter 3
3. Mole Map Whiteboard lesson: Mole Map
4. Mole Video
5. What is Limiting?
6. Practice problems: % composition, combustion analysis and molecular formulas and %CompAnswers
Summer 2017: Materials to use to study for Exam 3:
 End of chapter problems for Chapter 4: 1, 2,3,4,5,6,9,11,13,15,17,21,23,25,27,29,31,37,39,41,43,49,51,53,55,57,59,61,63,65,69,71,75,77,81,87,91,9599,101,103,105,107,109,111,115,119
 Smartwork5, chapter 4
 Solubility Rules, quizlet I
 Practice using the solubility rules, quizlet II
 Practice for solubility rules
 Practice for Summer 2016 Redox quiz and here are the answers
 practice for net ionic equations and solubility rules
 Balance Redox Equations
 Practice for Redox and answers
Materials to use to study for Exam 4:
 End of Chapter 5 problems: 2,7,10, 18,19,20,27 (more gas = more expansion)33,37,39,43,47,49,51,53,55,57,61,65,67,69,71,73,75,77,78,81,83,85,87,89,92,93,94,
 Smartwork5, Chapter 5
 Whiteboard lesson: How much ice is needed?
 End of Chapter 6 problems: 2,3,4,5,13,15,16,17,18,31,43,47,57,67,73,77,78,99,100,103,105,115,121,131
 Smartwork5, Chapter 6
Materials to use to study for Exam 5:
 End of Chapter 7 problems:11,15,16,17,18,31,41,45,103,105
 Smartworks, Chapter 7
 Old quiz from Practice for Quiz10,Summer 2015 answers
 light, waves and matter there is about a two minute period of dead air (at time = 1:57). (Sorry.)
 End of Chapter 8 problems:9,12,13,109,127,129,131,133, 140,141
 Smartworks, Chapter 8
 Practice for formal charge, resonance and shapes(Chapter 9).answers
 Answers to "Practice for Exam 5 that was handed out in class.
 Smartworks, Chapter 9
 End of Chapter 9 problems:49,50
#Note: in a molecule with double or triple bonds, the first bond is a sigma bond, the rest of the bonds are pi bonds. After supper (sigma) you get pie (pi bonds). In nitrogen, N_{2}, the first bond is a sigma bond, the other two are pi bonds.
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