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Dr. Boyle's course for Spring Semester 2018:

Chemistry, CHM 1010, Section LE01 - EVENING - [Syn# 30743].

Spring Semester classes will start on Monday, January 22, 2018.

Dr. Boyle's schedule - Spring Semester 2018:

Hour

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
4:00 PM

         
5:00 PM

Office Hours 5:15-5:45pm CH-310K   Office Hours 5:15-5:45pm CH-310K    
6:00 PM

CHM1010 Lec 6:00-7:15pm CH-301   CHM1010 Lec 6:00-7:15pm CH-301    
7:00 PM

CHM1010 Lab 7:30-10:20 pm   CHM1010 Rec 7:30-8:20pm    
8:00 PM

CH-312   CH-301    
9:00 PM

         
10:00 PM

         
11:00 PM

         


Chemistry 1010, Spring Semester, 2018 - Tentative Discussion/Laboratory Schedule --

Week/Dates

Lecture/Discussion Topics

Lab (Mon)

Assessments

1. 01/22-01/24

Introduction to Chemistry

Measurement

Safety and Equipment

Measurement

 

2. 01/29-01/31

 

Properties and Classification of Matter

Elements, Compounds, Mixtures

Kinds of Matter

Separations I

Quiz 1. HW: 01.01, 01.02, 01.03

3. 02/05-02/07

 

Symbols, formulas

Physical vs chemical changes

Conservation of matter

Chemical Nomenclature

Investigation of Chemical Reactions I

Surfaces, Graphing, Volume (Rec)

HW: Ch. 01 StudyPlan.
Ch. 01 Problems

4. 02/12-02/14

Chemical Reactions

Assign Project

Perf. Lab #1

Quiz 2, HW:
Ch. 02 StudyPlan.
Ch. 02 Problems

5. 02/19-02/21

No class on 02/19

The Mole Concept. Stoichiometry

 

Exam 1

6. 02/26-02/28

Energy

Moles. Molecules, Formulas

HW:Ch. 03StudyPlan.
Ch. 03 Problems

7. 03/05-03/07

Atomic Structure and Periodic Trends

Ins and Outs of Energy in Systems

Quiz 3, HW:
Ch. 04 StudyPlan.
Ch. 04 Problems

** 03/12-03/18

SPRING BREAK

NO CLASSES

8. 03/19-03/21

Bonding

Spectroscopy

HW: Ch. 05 StudyPlan.
Ch. 05 Problems

9. 03/26-03/28

Molecular Geometry, VSEPR

Hybridization

Performance Lab #2

Exam 2, HW:
Ch. 06 StudyPlan.
Ch. 06 Problems

10. 04/02-04/04

Gas Laws

Its all in the Shape (Rec)

Behavior of Gases

Element Project due. Quiz 4. HW:
Ch. 07 StudyPlan.
Ch. 07 Problems

11. 04/09-04/11

Properties of Liquids and Solids

Uncovering Properties of Liquids and Solids

Perf. Lab #3. HW:
Ch. 08 StudyPlan.
Ch. 08 Problems

12. 04/16-04/18

Fri 04/20 is the withdrawal date

Solution Concentrations

Colligative Properties

Performance Lab #3

HW:
Ch. 09 StudyPlan.
Ch. 09 Problems

13. 04/23-04/25

Acids and Bases

Investigating Solutions

Exam 3. HW:
Ch. 13StudyPlan.
Ch. 13 Problems

14. 04/30-05/02

Intermolecular Forces

Exploring Acids and Bases

Quiz 5, HW:
Ch. 15 StudyPlan.
Ch. 15 Problems

15. 05/07

Phase Changes

Performance Lab #4

 

16. 05/14, Mon.

   

Final Exam

6:00 pm

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The Chemistry 1010 Syllabus.

Login to Blackboard.
Blackboard instructions.

Example Element Project guidelines.

     A report with active hyperlinks: Example #1.

     A report with active hyperlinks: Example #2.

     A report with active hyperlinks: Example #3.

Handouts:

     Stoichiometry.

     Stoichiometry/Limiting Reactant Problem.

     Stoichiometry/Limiting Reactant Problem Solution.

     The Laws of Thermodynamics.

     The energy consumption problem.

     The energy consumption problem solution.

     The radiation and cancer problem.

     The radiation and cancer problem solution.

     Rules for Writing Lewis Structures of Molecules.

     Lewis Structures Review.

Student log-on and payment instructions for the OWLv2 system.

Dr. Scott Sinex's Chemistry 1010 webpage.

Dr. Barbara Gage's Chemistry 1010 topics review webpage.

The Chemistry 1010 Lab Manual.

Organize your life: Use Workflowy!

The Khan Academy Tutoring Videos.

The Library of Congress Virtual Reference Shelf.

NEW! PGCC Student Scholarship Search and Application Site!

Free US College Student Scholarship and Grant Information!

Free Transfer College and Scholarship Search Information.

Dr. Roberts' webpage with Freeware and Useful Programs for your computer.



"All human thought and communication is in terms of models, i.e., structural abstractions of reality.
A model is not physical reality, but a good model can help us understand and utilize that aspect of reality." -WAB.

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Dr. Boyle has been an Adjunct Professor at PGCC since the summer of 2003.

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