General Chemistry II
General Chemistry II CHEM 1412
South Texas College
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South Texas College MATH AND SCIENCE DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING Master Syllabus Fall 2008 Name of Chair Dr Enrigueta Cortez Of ce Location G258 CampusnPecan Telephone of ce 956 8722502 FAX 1956 8723401 E mail Address guetacsouthtexascollegeedu Course Information Course Name General Chemistg II Course CHEM 1412 CRT HRS 04 7 LE HRS 03 7 LAB HRS 03 Course Description This course is a continuation of CHEM 1411 covering ionic equilibrium oxidation reduction electrochemistry gas laws thermodynamics introduction to carbon compounds nuclear and radiochemistry Prerequisite CHEM 1411 with a grade ofquotCquot or better Reguired Textbook amp Resources Textbook Chemistry 93911 Edition 2006 by Chang ISBN 978007 2980684 Lab Custom Lab Manuals for CHEMISTRY 6th Edition 2006 by Wentworth amp Hall ISBN 0618747443 Lecture Notes Chem 1412 Lecture Notes 7 Available at Copy Zone N 10 McAllen A Denartment Course I eamino 1 Core Curriculum 7 V F A P A To understand and apply method and appropriate technology to the study of natural sciences To recognize scienti c and quantitative methods and the differences between these approaches and other methods of inquiry and to communicate ndings analyses and interpretation both orally and in writing To identify and recognize the differences among competing scienti c theories To demonstrate knowledge of the major issues and problems facing modern science including issues that touch upon ethics values and public policies To demonstrate 39K 39 J of the quot J r J technology and their in uence on and contribution to modern culture 2 Departmental Outcomes 01 Course Specifics The student after taking this course will 000000 0000000000000 00 Describe The Nature of Energy Apply the concept of Enthalpy in Calorimetry De ne and apply Hess s Law Describe the Standard Enthalpies of Formation Name the Present and New Sources of Energy De ne and use different Properties of Solutions like Solution Composition The Vapor Pressure of Solutions Identify the Factors Affecting Solubility Distinguish between Boiling Point Elevation and Freezing Point Depression Describe Osmotic Pressure Describe Reaction Mechanism Reaction Rates Rate Laws Catalysis Describe and apply The Equilibrium Condition The Equilibrium Constant Identify Equilibrium Expressions Involving Pressures Heterogeneous Equilibria Solve Equilibrium Problems Apply Le Chatelier s Principle Describe The Nature of Acids and Bases Calculate the pH of Acids and Bases Name AcidBase Properties of Salts Identify Solutions of Acids and Bases Containing a Common Ion and Buffered Solutions De ne Titrations and pH Curves Identify Acid 7 Base Indicators Describe Galvanic Cells Batteries Corrosion Electrolysis 2 of science and 9 De ne Standard Reduction Potentials 9 De ne Cell Potential Electrical Work and Free Energy 3 Intellectual Competencies a Students will read analyze and interpret textbook handouts chemistry experiment manuals andor visual aids used during the semester b Students will develop organize draft revise and write reports for experiments conducted during the semester andor research topic related to chemistry c Students will use computerbased technology in solving problems conducting computer based chemistry labs and will use internet to access websites that will assist in their study of chemistry d Students will demonstrate effective oral communication techniques using clear concise and informative language when speaking e Students will analyze and interpret various forms of spoken communication like lecture by the instructor discussion with the lab partners or audio video demonstrations during the lectures f Students will demonstrate problemsolving skills in a logical stepbystep process when doing chemistry labs They will apply methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis during their understanding and following the lab procedures 4 Departmental Course Perspective I Students will 39 the imnmtance 0f 39 39 39 health and wellness by following the safety procedures maintaining cleanliness and avoiding contact with materials hazardous for health while doing the chemistry labs I Students will develop a capacity to use knowledge of how technology and science affect their lives by utilizing everyday practical examples and applications of chemistry and by performing chemistry experiments I Students will develop personal values for ethical behavior by understanding the rules and regulations in relation to safety cited works and disposal of waste materials after performing chemistry labs I Students will use log39cal reasoning in problem solving by identifying and analyzing chemistry word problems and selecting a logical solution I Students will 39 39 39 J and understand the inte 39 quot 39 39 0f scholarlv 139 by using technical writing 3 applying the rules of mathematics tracing the history of philosophy describing different aspects of sciences and nding chemistry applications in biology and technology while studying chemistry 2 Instructor Outcomes Instructor s Choice Denartmental Course Evaluation Departments Course Grading Criteria Lecture 75 Term Paper Oral Presentations 10 At least Tests quizzes homework nal exam Instructor s choice 65 Laboratory 25 Reports lab attendance quizzes nal exam 25 at least Instructor s choice 90 or more A grade 80 or more B grade 70 or more C grade 60 or more D grade Less than 60 Fail SCAN SKILLS Reading Reading at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret a variety of printed materialsibooks articles and documents A core curriculum should offer students the opportunity to master both general methods of analyzing printed materials and speci c methods for analyzing the subject matter of individual disciplines Writing Competency in writing is the ability to produce clear correct and coherent prose adapted to purpose occasion and audience Although correct grammar spelling and punctuation are each a sine qua non in any composition they do not automatically ensure that the composition itself makes sense or that the writer has much of anything to say Students need to be familiar with the writing process including how to discover a topic and how to develop and organize it how to phrase it effectively for their audience These abilities can be acquired only through practice and re ection Computer Literacy Computer literacy at the college level means the ability to use computerbased technology in communicating solving problems and acquiring information Coreeducated students should have an understanding of the limits problems and possibilities associated with the use of technology and should have the tools necessary to evaluate and learn new technologies as they become available Speaking Competence in speaking is the ability to communicate orally in clear coherent and persuasive language appropriate to purpose occasion and audience Developing this competency includes acquiring poise and developing control of the language through experience in making presentations to small groups to large groups and through the media Listening Listening at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret various forms of spoken communication Critical Thinking Critical thinking embraces methods for applying both qualitative and quantitative skills analytically and creatively to subject matter in order to evaluate arguments and to construct alternatives strategies Problem solving is one of the applications of critical thinking used to address an identi ed task Developmental Studies Policy Statement The Collegels Developmental Education Plan requires students who have not met the collegelevel placement standard on an approved assessment instrument in reading writing andor mathematics to enroll in Developmental Studies courses including College Success Failure to attend these required classes may result in the student39s withdrawal from ALL college courses Statement of Equal Opportunity No person shall be excluded from participation in denied the bene ts of or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity sponsored or conducted by South Texas College on the basis of race color national origin religion sex age veteran status or disability Alternative Format Statement This document is available in an alternative format upon request by calling 956 6188302 ADA Statement Individuals with disabilities requiring assistance or access to receive services should contact disABLITY Support Services at 956 8722173 5 ADDENDUM Following are examples of suggested instructional strategies for teaching some of the 39 I 39 39 I Listening During the class session ask each student to formulate the answer to a question and then turn to a partner and share his or her answer with the partner Through discussion the pair then formulates a new answer to the question Then the instructor randomly calls upon pairs for their answer and provides immediate feedback 0 I Writing nmnnter I iteracv and Intel quot 39 v Students conduct online research on a topic related to the course write a paper and make an oral presentation to the class using Power Point The writing and speaking skills will be evaluated based on acceptable communication skills for professionals in the field Critical Thinking1 Writing1 Speaking1 Computer Literacy Assign small groups a realistic case study from your field Ask them to analyze the problem and develop a proposed solution They could then write a paper andor present their solution to the class Health and Wellness and Intn quot 39 quot y Students calculate the calorie content of various foods and based on those ndings discuss which would be healthy food choices Interdisciplina Discuss how the artistic community approached social problems through the artists work Ethical Behavior Discuss the ethics of downloading music from the Internet
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