121__Lecture

CHEMISTRY 121 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.  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 121 sections (Mass Examination) is  3 – 5 P.M.  on Wednesday,  December 9, 2015.

On the Final Examination you will be responsible for material covered in both lecture and laboratory.

 Study Guide     Periodic Chart    Grades     

  Assigned Questions & Problems
Unit  I.  Exam 1               Exam 1 KEY
Chapter 1Chemical FoundationsLearning ObjectivesPractice Prblms     KEYConversions    KEYHomework #1     KEY 5,   15,   17,   23,   35(d-e),   37b,   39(a, c),   41(a-b),   45a,   49,   51,   53,   65,   67,   69,   71,79,   81,   83,   87
Chapter 2Atoms, Molecules,and IonsLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems    KEYPolyatomic IonsNomencl Practice    KEYHomework #2     KEY 5,   9,   11,   17,   19,   21,   23,   25,   35,   37,   47,   53,   55,   57,   59,   61,   63,   65,   69,  71,   73,   75,   77,   79,   83,   85.Memorize names and formulas (including charges) for the common polyatomic ions -http://www.utm.edu/departments/chemphys/_pdfs/COMMONPOLYATOMICIONS.pdf
Unit II.  Exam 2              Exam 2  KEY
Chapter  3
StoichiometryLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems     KEYAvrg. Atomic MassHomework #3       KEY
13,   25,   29,   31,   37,   39,   45,   47,   49,   51b,   53b,   55b,   57b,   59b,   61b,   65(a-b),   67(b-c),   69,   73a,   75,   79b,   83,   87,   89,   95,   99,   101(b-c),   105,   107,   109,117,123
Chapter 4Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution StoichiometryLearning Objectives  Practice Problems      KEY 7,   12,   13b,   15,   19,   23 (rather than draw pictures, write reactions as on the bottomof page 143),   27(a-b),   29(b, d),   31,   33,   35,   39,   43,   45,   47,   51,   57,   59,   61,   65,   67,   69,   73,  75
Unit   III.   Exam 3              Exam 3 KEY
Chapter 7Atomic Structure and PeriodicityStudy sections 1-4, 6-9, 11 & 12.Learning ObjectivesPractice Problems    KEYHomework #4      KEY 19,   37,   39,   45,   47,   73,   81,   83,   85,   93,   95,   101,   105,   107,   109,   115,   117,   125
Chapter 8Bonding:  General ConceptsStudy All sections!Learning ObjectivesPractice Problems     KEYLewis Str.Homework #5      KEY 17,   27,    29,   31,   33,   35,   37,   41,   45,   49,   51,   53(a-c),   65,   69,   71,   81,   83,   85,   87,   109(for 83),   111(for 87),   113,   115,   117,   119
Chapter  9Covalent Bonding:  OrbitalsLearning ObjectivePractice Problems     KEY 9,   23(for 83),   25(for 87),   27(for113),   29
Unit   IV. Exam 4              Exam 4 KEY
Chapter 5GasesLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems     KEYHomework 6     KEY 5,   16,   25,   29,   37(a-b),   43,   45,   49,   53,   55,   59,   61,   67,   75,   77,   79,   81,83,   85,   89,   91,   107,   109,   111
Chapter 6ThermochemistryLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems    KEYMore Thermo     KEY 15,   33,   43,   45,   51,   53,   59,   61,   76,   73,   75,   77,   83,   85,   103
Unit   V. Exam 5              Exam 5 KEY
Chapter 10Liquids and SolidsLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems     KEY 13,   21,   35,   37,   41,   43,   47,   99,   103
Chapter 11Properties of SolutionsLearning ObjectivesPractice Problems     KEYHomework 7 KEY 13,   15,  29,   31(HCl, HNO3 ,NH3 only),   33

 

Final Exam Room Assignments

The final examination at the end of the second semester of general chemistry (Chemistry 122) is comprehensive of the entire year’s work.  Be sure to save your notes and study materials from Chemistry 121.

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.