122__Lecture

CHEMISTRY 122 MINIMUM COURSE COVERAGE

Text:  Chemistry,  9th Edition by Zumdahl & Zumdahl

Read all assigned chapters.  While all of the assigned reading material is useful in gaining an understanding of chemical principles, some topics will be covered in less detail in the lecture than they are in the text.  The assigned homework is designed to give practice on a range of representative problems and to provide some indication of relative emphasis on the various topics within each chapter.  Answers to most, but not all, of the assigned problems can be found in the back of the book.  This outline represents the minimum material that will be covered in all sections of Chemistry 122.  Individual lecturers may assign additional readings and/or problems from the text or other sources for which you will be responsible on quizzes and hour exams.

Final Examination for all Chem 122 sections (MASS FINAL EXAMINATION) is:  5:15 – 7:15 p.m. on Monday, December 5, 2016.

Please note the review scheduled at the end of the outline.  The final examination in Chemistry 122 is comprehensive of the entire year’s work in general chemistry and will cover material from both the lecture and the laboratory.  While the chemistry faculty will provide considerable assistance in the review process, you should begin your own systematic review well before the end of the semester.

Syllabus         Study Guide       Periodic Chart     Grades    
Practice exams:     121  #1   KEY       121 #2    KEY           122   KEY
Assigned Questions and Problems
UNIT  I.  Exam-1        Exam-1 KEY
Chapter 11

Properties of Solutions

Learning Objectives

Energies of Solutions      KEY

Solutions Review    KEY

Practice Prblms     KEY

Homework #1     KEY

Review Sections 4.1 through 4.3 from Chem 121 !

11,   13,   16,   19,   25,   29,   43,   47,   49,

51,   53,   57,   61,   65,   71,   73,   75,   79,

81b

Chapter 12

Chemical Kinetics

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

Mechanisms

Homework #2   KEY

11,   13,   15,   17,   19,   25,   27a-c,   29,   31,

37 (Determine whether the reaction is first-order using a graph of  ln[H2O2] vs. time),

49,   51,   59,   61,   63,   64,   65,   75a-b

UNIT  II.

Exam-2        Exam-2 KEY

Chapter 13

Chemical Equilibrium

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

Homework #3    KEY

11,   13,   23,   25,   29,   39,   45,   47,   51,   53,   60,   65,   67
Chapter 14

Acids and Bases

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

Homework #4    KEY

Homework #5   KEY

23,   35,   37,   41,   47,   51,   55,   59,   65,   67,   75,   79,   83,   85,   91,   95,   99,   103,   115,   119,   135
UNIT  III.  Exam-3          Exam-3  KEY
Chapter 15

Acid-Base Equilibria

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

Homework #6   KEY

 

19,   21,   23,   25,   27,   29,   36,   39,   41,   49,   51,   57(a, c, d),   59(a, c, e),   63 (after adding 0.00, 12.5, 20.0, & 25.0 mL)
Chapter 16

Solubility

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

13,   17,   19,   21a,   23,   25,   27(a-b),   31,   35,   37,   39,   43,   45,   49,   51,   53,   61,   63,   71

UNIT  IV.

Exam-4        Exam-4   KEY
Chapter  17

Spontaneity, Entropy, and Free Energy

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

23,   25,   33,   35,   39,   41(a-c),   43(b-c),   45,   51,   53,   55,   57,   65,   71,   75,   77

UNIT  IV.

Exam-5        Exam-5   KEY
Chapter  18

Electrochemistry

Learning Objectives

Practice  Prblms     KEY

Redox Rxns

Homework #7    KEY

Ch 4:  79,   81(f-i),   83,   85,   87

Ch 18:    28,   29a-b,   31,   35,   37,   39,   41,   43,   49,   57,   59,   61,   67,   71,   75,   93,   95,   109

Chapter  19

The Nucleus:  A Chemist’s View

Learning Objectives

Practice Prblms     KEY

7,   11,   13,   15,   21,   25,   29,   31,   41,   45

Any student eligible for and requesting academic accommodations due to a disability is requested to provide a letter of accommodation from P.A.C.E. or Student Academic Support Center within the first two weeks of the semester.