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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
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A person who is quantitatively literate can use numerical, geometric, and measurement data and concepts, mathematical skills, and principles of mathematical reasoning to draw logical conclusions and to make well reasoned decisions.

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.

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