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Official TCC Course Syllabus
|Discipline Prefix: CHM |Course Number: 111 |Course Title: College Chemistry I |
| |Course Section: D04B | |
|Credit Hours: 4 |Lecture Hours: 3 |Clinical Hours: |Lab Hours: 3 |
|Contact Hours: 6 |Studio Hours: N/A |Semester: Fall |
|Meeting Days/Time/Location: Fridays/1:30pm-4:20pm/Science Building …show more content…
Required Course Texts and Supplementary Materials
"Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity " by J. C. Kotz, P.M. Treichel 8th ed. Math Review Toolkit, keyed to text (shrinkwrap w book), Student CD-Rom/Companion Website (shrinkwrap w book) Optional Books: Schaum's Outline Series, College Chemistry, 7th ed
Textbook requirements are accessible at http://tcc.bncollege.com.
Measurable Learning Outcomes
• use dimensional analysis to perform chemical calculations. • describe atomic structure and define atomic number and mass number. • interpret, predict, and write formulas for ionic and molecular compounds. • name ionic and molecular compounds. • classify some properties of ionic compounds. • explain the concept of the mole and use molar mass in calculations. • derive compound formulas from experimental data. • balance equations for simple chemical reactions. • describe the nature of ionic substances dissolved in water. • recognize common acids and bases and predict their behavior in aqueous solution. • recognize the common types of reactions in aqueous solution. • write chemical equations for the common types of reactions in aqueous solution.