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    Welcome to the Fall 2019 General Chemistry 1 LibreText Agenda Topics.
    This page will be updated as the semester proceeds.

     

    Periodic Table

     

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    Image of PubChem Periodic Table of the Elements: https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/periodic-table/

     

     

    Overview of Daily Lectures

     

    Lecture 1: 8/20/2019

     

    Agenda for First Period (Obviously not flipped)

     

    Lecture 2: 8/22/2019

    This chapter reviews material dealing with mathematical calculations and the representation of measured values.  It is important to watch the videos and skim through the reading before class.

     

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 1B.1-1B.3.5.1 (up to and including conversions involving SI prefixes)

    Worksheet Page

    These worksheets are from Chem 1300 (PrepChem) and will be used to review this material.  Worksheets 1 & 2 will not be covered in lecture.  Select problems from worksheets 3-5 will

    Assumed Knowledge

    • In principle this chapter is a review, but we will show some shortcuts that will make things easier.

     

    Lecture 3: 8/27/2019

    Continuation of Unit Conversions and Dimensional Analysis

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets

    Worksheet Page

    These worksheets are from Chem 1300 (PrepChem) and will be used to review this material. Select problems from worksheet 5 will be covered.

    • First Annotation Assignment due 8/26/2019 (5 pts)
      • Create Account and join class discussion group

     

    Assumed Knowledge

    • In Principle this chapter is a review, although the Plus 40/minus 40 technique is probably new, and worth learning.

     

    Lecture 4: 8/29/2019

    Atoms, isotopes and isotopic abundances. 

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 2.1-2.3
    • Plagiarism Certificate Due (5 pts)

    Assumed Knowledge

    • fractions

     

    Lecture 5: 9/03/2019

    In this section we will cover basic covalent and ionic bonds, and the determination of ionic formulas.  You need to start memorizing polyatomic ions, and some tips are in the next section, so we will be reading from that too.

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 2.5.3 Covalent bonds
      • Watch Video 2.5.1 which describes the potential well and gives a good idea to the dynamic oscillatory nature of the covalent bond 
    • 2.6.2 Crystal Lattices
      • Watch Video 2.6.1 on the formation of table salt from elemental sodium and chlorine
    • 2.6.5 Formula of Ionic Compounds
      • Watch video 2.6.2 of matric predicting ionic formula based on Prinicple of Charge Neutrality
    • 2.4 Periodic Table
    • 2.5 Ionic Bonds
    • 2.6 Ionic Compounds & Formula
    • 2.7 Nomenclature 

    Assumed Knowledge

     

    Lecture 6: 9/05/2019

    In this section we will cover basic nomenclature, the naming of ionic and covalent compounds, including simple moleculde, salts, acids, acid salts and hydrated salts.

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 2.7.2 Overview of Nomenclature
      • Video 2.7.1 Nomenclature Strategy
    • 2.7.3.1 Binary Ionic Compounds
      • Video 2.7.2 
    • 2.7.3.2 Polyatomic Ionic Compounds
      • Video 2.7.3 Oxyanions
      • Video 2.7.4 Carboxylate anions
    • 2.7.5 Acid Salts
    • 2.7 Nomenclature (continued)
    • 2.8 Atoms & the Mole 

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Formula of Ionic Compounds, names of elements

     

    Lecture 7: 9/10/2019

    The lecture will go over mass and molar composition of substances.

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 2.8 Atoms and the Mole
    • 2.9 Mass/mole conversions
    • 2.10 Percent Composition
    • 2.11 Empirical and Molecular Formulas
    • Hydrates 
    • Worksheet 4: Molar Mass
    • Worksheet 5: Empirical Formulas

    Assumed Knowledge

    • understand fractions and percents, dimensinal analysis 

     

    Lecture 8: 9/12/2019

    Types of chemical Equations and begin balancing equations

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 3.1 Introduction to Chemical Equations
    • 3.2 Types of Chemical Reactions
      • Video 3.2.1
      • Video 3.2.2

     

    • 3.1 Introduction to Chemical Equations
    • 3.2 Types of Chemical Reactions
    • 3.3 Balancing Chemical Equations

    Assumed Knowledge

    • chemical nomenclature and formula

     

    Lecture 9: 9/17/2019

    Balancing Chemical Equations

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • 3.3 Balancing Chemical Equations
      • Videos 3.3.1-3.3.5
    • Solubility Rules
      • Videos 3.4.3-3.4.4
    • 3.5 Acid-Base Reactions
      • Video 3.5.1-3.5.5

     

    3.4 Aqueous Reactions

    3.4.1-3.4.2.2

    3.5 Acid/Base Chemistry

     

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Types of reactions, nomenclature and balancing equations

     

    Lecture 10: 9/19/2019

    Aqueous Reactions and Acid Base reactions

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    3.6 Redox Chemistry
    • Video 3.6.2, 3.6.3
    3.6 Redox
    • Activity series
    • Oxidation numbers

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Predict double displacement reaction with solubility rules.

     

    Lecture 11: 9/24/2019

    Complete Chapter 3 with Redox and review

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
     
    • Exam 1 (no graphing calculators or cell phones)
     

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 12: 9/26/2019

    Exam I

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets

    4.1 Stoichiometry

    • Video 4.1.1
    • Video 4.1.2
    • Videl 4.1.3

    4.1 Stoichiometry

    4.2 Limiting & Excess Reagents

    4.3 Percent Yield

     

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Everything we covered in class.

     

    Lecture 13: 10/01/2019

     

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Balancing equations and basic stoichiometry

     

    Lecture 14: 10/03/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). 

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • Algebra

     

    Lecture 15: 10/08/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 16: 10/10/2019

    Now that enthalpy and state functions have been introduced, we will use them to calculate the enthalpies of reactions.  We will also apply the First Law to calorimetry problems.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • 5,5-5.7
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 17: 10/15/2019

    We will finish the chapter on thermo and start the chapter of the electronic structure of the atom.

    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • Video 5.7.2: Calculating \(\Delta H_f\) from \(\Delta H_{combustion}\)
    • Video 5.7.3: Energy and Stoichiometry
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 18: 10/17/2019

    We will cover quantum theory and the types of orbitals used to describe electron distributions

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • Video 6.3.1
    • Video 6.3.2
    • Video 6.3.3
    • Video 6.3.4
    • Video 6.4.2
    • 6.3 Atomic Line Spectra and the Bohr Model
    • 6.4 Wave-Particle Duality
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 19: 10/22/2019

    We need to complete chapter 6 and start chapter 7.  These are very related to each other, and in some textbooks are parts of the same chapters

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • Video 6.5.1
    • Video 6.5.2
    • 6.5 Modern View of Electronic Structure
    • 6.6 Shapes of Orbitals
    • 6.7 Electron Spin and Pauli Exlusion Principle
    • 7.1 Orbitals of Polyelectronic Atoms
    • 7.2 Electron Configurations of Atoms and Monatomic Ions
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 20: 10/24/2019

    Finish Chapter 7

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • 7.3 Atomic Properties and Periodic Trends
    • 7.4 Periodic Trends and Chemical Properites
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 21: 10/29/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • Exam II
    • Chapters 4-7
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     

    Lecture 22: 10/31/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 23: 11/05/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 24: 11/07/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 25: 11/12/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 26: 11/14/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 27: 11/19/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
    • TBA
    • TBA

    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

    Lecture 28: 11/21/2019

    Energy is the capacity to supply heat or do work. Two ways to transfer energy: Heat (Originate from difference in temperatures (i.e., average kinetic energy of molecules)) and Work (moving an object against a resistance (e.g., expansion work of a gas)). Mechanical work: \(w=Fd\), Expansion (PV) Work: w=PΔV (under constant pressure). Energy is fluid (but not a real fluid) that can be converted where Kinetic energy can be interconverted with Potential Energy.

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    Before Class Readings Lecture Topics Assignments/In class Worksheets
    • TBA
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    Assumed Knowledge

    • TBA

     


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