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General Chemistry

Course Description:

      This course covers the basic concepts of matter and energy. It includes atomic and molecular theories and chemical bonding. It also includes the periodic arrangement of element, their structure and properties.

Course Objectives:

      At the end of the term, the student should be able to:

    1. Demonstrate critical thinking.
    2. Solve problems scientifically

Course Requirements:

      Home works, quizzes, recitations, long exams, reports

Course Outline:

    1. Fundamental Principles in Science
      • Science, technology and chemistry
      • Numerical measurements and conversions
      • SI Units
      • Significant Figures
      • Scientific Notation
    1. Matter
      • Classification
      • States
      • Properties
      • Reactions
    1. Atomic Theory
      • Sub- atomic particles
      • Electronic structures
      • Atomic models
      • Quantum Numbers
    1. Periodic Table
      • Periodic properties of elements
      • Trends in the periodic number
      • Uses of periodic table
    1. Gas Laws
      • Boyle’s law
      • Charles’ law
      • Gay- Lussac’s law
      • Combined Gas law
    1. Chemical Bonds
      • Types of bonds
    1. Chemical Compounds and Equations
      • Formula writing
      • Determination of oxidation numbers
      • Balancing of chemical equations
      • Stoichiometry

References:

1. FEU GenChem Committee, General Chemistry, FEU Publishing House, 2004

2. Wood, Keenan, Bull, College Chemistry, 1996

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