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General Chemistry

General Chemistry

Course Numbers:

General Chemistry I: CHEM 1300

General Chemistry II: CHEM 1310

General Chemistry I:

This course and the related lab is the first part of a two-semester sequence that studies the laws, principles and theories of atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, stoichiometry, states of matter/solutions, energetics, oxidation reduction, and laboratory chemistry, including their applications.

General Chemistry II:  

This course and the related lab is the second part of a two-semester sequence that studies atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, states of matter/solutions, dynamics (kinetics and thermodynamics), equilibrium, electrochemistry, and laboratory chemistry including their applications.

General Chemistry

Course Numbers:

General Chemistry I: CHEM 1300

General Chemistry II: CHEM 1310

General Chemistry I & II Textbook Information:

 Tro, N. J. (2015). Principles of Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (3rd ed., New Chemistry Titles from Niva Tro). Prentice Hall.  ISBN 9780321971166 

 

 

 

 Beran, J. A. (2014). Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry (10th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9781118621516
 

 

 

 

Prentice Hall Molecular Model Set for General and Organic Chemistry, 1st Edition by Pearson Education

General Chemistry

Course Numbers:

General Chemistry I: CHEM 1300

General Chemistry II: CHEM 1310

General Chemistry I:

  • Describe the atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding
  • Describe stoichiometry, states of matter/solutions, energetics, and oxidation reduction
  • Demonstrate competent and prudent testing practices of chemical principles in the laboratory and describe how data collected in the laboratory is interpreted scientifically

General Chemistry II:

  • Describe the atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding
  • Describe the states of matter/solutions, dynamics (kinetics and thermodynamics), equilibrium, and electrochemistry
  • Demonstrate competent and prudent testing practices of chemical principles in the laboratory and describe how data collected in the laboratory is interpreted scientifically
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