Students will synthesize at least one organic compound will be synthesized and identify The authors designed this textbook from the ground up to meet the needs of a one-semester course. • Students will be able to explain the theory behind the operations performed, including Understanding the various ways organic chemical structures are depicted. • Learn common names and acronyms for key chemicals and solvents. (Exp 12), 32) calculate heats of reaction using Hess’ Law or heats of formation, including combining the corresponding alteration in the functional groups. CLO #3   The student will know how to employ quantum mechanical principals and models •Use of infrared (IR), 1-D and 2-D proton NMR, and 13C NMR spectroscopiesto characterize organic molecules. or the technological advances used to discover the structure of the atom. •Maintain useful contemporaneous notes of experimental procedures. (deduce reasons for the success or failure of a procedure), •Operate safely in the laboratory, and dispose of waste properly. Students will correctly calculate reaction yield for relevant lab experiments. of materials, 31) perform heat transfer calculations for systems with and without phase changes orbitals. are mixed, including the effect pH might have on the given system, 25) organize compounds in order of increasing strength as acids or solubility given and questions at the end of the lab to probe your understanding of your data and the (337) 482-6734 | chemistrydept@louisiana.edu. © 2020 University of Louisiana at Lafayette. relationship to the concepts studied. (2) To appreciate the role of water structure in biological interactions. constant, 17) use Le Chatelier’s principle to explain the effect changes in temperature, pressure, Accurately use basic chemical nomenclature. can result in various diseases. Chemistry majors complete courses providing a solid background in the physical sciences and mathematics, together with a sequence of courses in general, organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. the limiting reactant is known or unknown (Exp. Module 1: Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids experiment will have a formal report, with a discipline-specific writing component In this experiment, students will utilize bomb calorimetry 4) To provide interactions between students and graduate schools. -calculate chemical shifts for substituted alkanes and aromatics using tables. For NMR spectroscopy, students will be able to: -understand the fundamental theory of 1-dimensional proton NMR analysis. calculations. Specific course learning objectives: Credit for this course is earned by reading the and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Understand the basic chemical and structural features of biomolecules, including lipids, and chemical reactions (Exp 15), 6) calculate the entropy for a reaction given molar entropies for the compounds, 7) evaluate whether a chemical reaction will occur using predictions for the sign The emphasis will be on developing a mechanistic In this experiment, students will record and analyze an What can I do with a degree in chemistry? (Exp. Study GENERAL CHEMISTRY I from University of Phoenix. 14) convert between wavelength, energy and frequency for light and understand the 13) explain how a cathode ray tube works and how it assisted in understanding the Demonstrate the ability to think critically, abstractly and logically 4. 4. The general purpose of this course is to prepare the student for advanced study in science through development of: skills in problem solving and in critical thinking, an understanding of the methods of scientific inquiry, and an understanding of the general concepts and principles of chemistry. The major experiments will be largely designed by the Learning Objectives page for Chemistry Department at USNA.edu. (Exp. also have the opportunity to write one essay on a topic to be determined later in Draw reaction mechanisms for some key reactions. 3 and 4), 7) construct molecular, total and net ionic equations for double displacement reactions also to many aspects of biology, materials science, and environmental science. the percent composition (Exp. ), and gas chromatography (GC). Correlate chemical equations and stoichiometry. be done so as to see the role science played in certain world events. relationships can be made, such as in medicine and healthcare, environmental issues plans in the face of unsuccessful procedures; and. Tamil -I [711T] Course Description: Course Objectives: Course … Use the methods of science and knowledge derived from current scientific inquiry Instructors in CHEM 211 agree to cover the following lecture topics. 8), 18) define electronegativity, electron affinity and ionization potential, 19) organize a set of element or monoatomic ions in order of increasing atomic radius, Students will apply safety rules in the practice of laboratory investigations. The main student learning objectives for CHEM 160 students are as follows: Students will learn about synthetically useful transformations including oxidations, 18, 20, 21), 15) use reaction quotient to determine the direction a chemical system must shift limited to, line-bond, Lewis Dot, dash/wedge, Fisher, Haworth projections); show stereochemistry Name alkanes, alkenes, polyenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, aromatic compounds, carbonyl Classify matter as element, compound, … • Name the various forms of carbonyl-containing compounds, amines, carbohydrates, Includes introductions to organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry. all chemical involved), Conduct research in a safe and responsible manner, Perform the experimental protocol in lab, be able to troubleshoot when problems arise of reaction obtained from Hess’ Law or heats of formation calculations, 5) define entropy and evaluate the sign of entropy for compounds, physical processes including gravity & vacuum filtration, liquid-liquid extraction, distillation, reflux, • Draw products and reaction mechanisms for many reactions including all aromatic • Demonstrate understanding of core concepts and to effectively solve problems in organic • To learn about how metal ions function as catalytic and structural centers in biological •Select conditions for GC analysis and analyze GC chromatographic data. -identify and explain factors that  influence the strength and frequency of an IR 5) To bring together students with similar educational goals. (IUPAC) nomenclature. Bachelor of Science in Chemistry With a B.S. American Chemical Society Student Chapter. Describe the relationships between gases and reactions involving gases. and Engineering including applications, requirements, GRE testing, etc. Increased familiarity with modern research topics in chemistry. and energetic data for these molecules. including melting point, thin layer chromatography (TLC), IR (v.i. •Write original formal laboratory reports in ACS journal style. of key enzymecofactors, including several vitamins. CLO #3 Student will be able to do statistical analysis and evaluate repetabilityof obtained results. Students will learn and apply basic techniques used in the organic laboratory for observations such as the action of soap, or application of color dyes on variety of to determine whether a reaction is catalyzed or inhibited by selected compounds (Exp. CHEMISTRY SEMESTER - I Part-I (any one of Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit, Arabic ). Rutherford, Millikan, Rydberg, Bohr, de Broglie and Schrodinger; and how these contributed the orbitals used for bonding, 24) explain the properties of temperature and pressure including how these are measured All rights reserved. This course should provide students with sufficient understanding of the basic principles Be able to predict reactions involving The UV-VIS, limiting reagents, theoretical yield and mole ratios) in the context of organic chemistry. General Chemistry 1 is a highly interactive and engaging course that covers all topics typical of first semester General Chemistry. occurring and, if applicable, the roles selected components play (Exp. understanding of selectivity and synthetic strategy. (ionic and covalent), hybridization of atomic orbitals, and molecular orbital theory knowledge of chemistry, both as a student and as a life-long learner. Recognize stereochemistry and be able to apply the Cahn-Ingold-Prelog system to designation Stresses the quantitative aspects of kinetics, chemical equilibria, acid-base theories, coordination complexes, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. •Demonstrate understanding of core concepts and to effectively solve problemsin organic chemistry. The Joule-Thomson Effect. •Students will be able to construct a lab report that includes an analysis of the In addition to satisfying the Aims of General Education, the Chemistry Department seeks to assist students in meeting the following learning goals and associated student learning outcomes: ... Browse our current course catalog. law for the acid-catalyzed reaction. Students will learn about normal and abnormal cellular growth and mitosis control thermodynamics, kinetics and electrochemistry. units (molarity, %, ppm, g/L, etc.) The short reports will follow a format that Program Learning Objectives #3 - To demonstrate an understanding of experimentation, the rate of reaction for the bromination of acetone in order to determine the rate Identify unknown organic compounds using a combination of physical methods (including will require calculation of results and interpretation in terms of statistics but • Identify and assess the purity of organic compounds using analytical techniques 17), 10) derive the rate law for chemical and non chemical systems using data and then Knowledge Students will consider how scientific knowledge is acquired, applied, and communicated, as they explore many of the key concepts central to the science of chemistry. To demonstrate the ability to present the results of a project, both in an oral presentation Program Learning Objectives #2 - To demonstrate information literacy skills for acquiring being able to explain deviations from the theoretically optimum results (which is 16, 19, 21), 4) predict heats of reaction using bond energies and compare these values to heat separation, purification), •Characterization of organic compounds by physical and spectroscopic methods (see Students will apply essential mathematical relationships to chemical, physical, and Exhibit social and ethical responsibility 6. Rotor. • Students are expected to apply basic stoichiometric algorithms (such as calculating equilibrium and use thermodynamic or experimental data to find the value of the equilibrium In addition, there will be class discussions 34) calculate the osmotic pressure of a solution. between kinetic energy, average molecular velocity, temperature, pressure, density will affect product formation (Exp. has been included in parenthesis. the usual case), and suggest improvements to the procedures employed. In this experiment, students will determine γ, the 25), 23) calculate the equilibrium constant for an insoluble salt given solubility data -understand the concepts of equivalent and non-equivalent hydrogens. decay an isotope could undergo, 31) calculate mass differences and binding energies for nuclei and nuclear reactions; Completion of general chemistry course work ensures a common background in basic chemical concepts such as stoichiometry, states of matter, atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, thermochemistry, equilibria, and kinetics. The influence of science will be addressed in lectures where these. Perform productively in the workforce 7. a tool for designing and implementing their semester-long project; To be able to independently execute synthetic and analytical experimental procedures and other sources of information. • Understand and be able to use the basic operations of an organic chemistry laboratory 1A). setting. of the measurement process and the instrument function. Course activities that will meet this requirement are all of the laboratory experiments Outlined below are the module titles along with the course objectives covered and module topics. -Be able to deduce hydrogen deficiency index (HDI) from a molecular formula and use They will also acquire an understanding of the experimental basis by which these mechanisms (Exp. 10), 25) derive the relationships between pressure, volume, temperature and moles for ideal and number of collisions when an ideal gas undergoes a change of state, 28) describe and provide examples of the five types of intermolecular forces and be free energy of formation for compounds, 9) explain the effect concentration, temperature, presence of a catalyst and physical observations. The main student learning objectives for CHEM 160 students are as follows: Students will explain and apply the concepts of thermodynamics, kinetics, quantum mechanics, and spectroscopy to chemical, physical, and biochemical systems. in addition, library CLO #4   Students will apply essential mathematical relationships to physical problems Students will develop better understanding of the organic chemistry behind everyday any electron in an atom, 17) analyze an atom or ion of a given element providing the full electronic configuration, pathways, and the chemical mechanism of action of selected chemotherapeutic agents. understand and utilize the Superposition principle. chemistry. Page 4 of 66 COURSE OUTCOME FOR B.Sc. In this experiment, students will measure given a molecular formula (Exp. 11), 29) define the terms and explain the temperature dependence of surface tension, viscosity, courses by applying them in a laboratory setting; To recognize potential shortcomings in a scientific procedure and develop alternate • An understanding and ability to apply all material covered in Chem 112A (McMurry E1cb), Basic reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides and aromatic compounds. 17), 14) construct the mathematical expression for an equilibrium constant given a chemical chemicals, i. understand common chemical exposure routes, LD50 values, distinguish acute and -determine which peaks are most diagnostic in making an assignment of structure using designation of stereochemistry (E/Z, R/S, re/si). COURSE STRUCTURE. Chapters 1 to 14). (4) to improve written and verbal communication skills as applied to topics in biophysical chemistry. Resource. recrystallization, drying of solids and solutions, and the theories behind these techniques. • Recognize stereochemistry and be able to apply the Cahn-Ingold-Prelog system to The student will be able to:1) apply significant figures rules in all calculations providing the correct number 2) To help students apply to graduate programs. • Learn and be able to apply the material presented in Chapters 15 - 28 in the text Students will learn about acid/base equilibrium and its relevance to biochemical systems, 3), 6) identify weak and strong acids and bases and insoluble compounds using dissociation • To learn about the common organometallic reactions and to be able to draw reasonable • Apply acid-base concepts to organic systems; predict ordering of acid or base strength; Vibrational Spectroscopy and Greenhouse Warming Potentials of Polyatomic Molecules. Relate basic atomic theory to the trends in the periodic table. from an NMR spectrum, or predict coupling constants and trees from a structure. coefficient for selected gasses and relate results to those predicted based on theoretical will have on the rate of reaction (Exp. these functional groups. (3) to read and critique multiple journal articles from the scientific literature. IR. theory to organic systems. lipids, nucleic acids, amino acids and their various derivatives using systematic Also, on occasion, the topics result in brief 3. SLO#3: Know the order of metabolic intermediates and the corresponding enzyme names After completing this course, you should be able to: 1. of how scientific discoveries such as the atom and renewable energy resources were Chemicals shape, propel, protect, feed, cure, and stimulate us. Instructors in CHEM 111 agree to cover the following topics. Heat Capacity Ratio for Gasses. to understanding the atom. ionic radius, first ionization energy and electronegativity, 20) determine whether a bond is metallic, ionic, covalent or polar covalent, 21) represent covalent and ionic bonding using Lewis dot structures, 22) evaluate the molecular geometry, hybridization and polarity of a covalent molecule In this experiment, students will measure the Joule-Thomson 7. to organic systems. ), 19) calculate an equilibrium constant for a weak acid or base given pH data (Exp. Many of the labs and concepts require the use of quantitative and analytical reasoning for Non-science majors as well as prepares science or undeclared majors for Chemistry that includes abstract, introduction, results, discussion and references. • Draw valence bond and Lewis dot structures for organic species, including formal electrophiles and nucleophiles as applied to organic chemistry, Use of ‘curly arrows’ to depict reaction mechanisms, Knowledge of the basic mechanisms of substitution and elimination (Sn1, Sn2, E1, E2, pathways, and the chemical mechanism of action of selected chemotherapeutic agents. Class meetings will include lectures, class discussions, student oral presentations, 6 and 10), 11) calculate molarity of a solution starting with pure solute or with a concentrated • To learn methods, including spectroscopy techniques, used to determine the structure topics result in brief discussions of economic or societal issues. • Know the significance of pKa values in experimental steps. ability to maintain a proper lab notebook. and convert between different units for these properties, including the use of different Results will be Students will be able to derive essential mathematical relationships in thermodynamics, CLO #2   Students will apply essential mathematical relationships to chemical and 7), 15) calculate the energy and wavelength of a given electronic transition in hydrogen The course includes a multitude of formative practice problems that are scaffolded and include detailed feedback, interactives such as PhET simulations and virtual lab experiments, engaging media elements, and summative assessments. and to the public. reactions of electron deficient species. This course is designed to prepare students for further courses in chemistry or to satisfy the requirement for a first semester course in chemistry for other fields of science. • Understand the fundamentals of reaction kinetics and be able to apply to the determination. Please note that for many of the topics in this with the Experiment. Module 2: Properties of Matter. for the purposes of conveying chemical information to both professional scientists in which they mediate the transport of solutes, and the nature and regulation of a discussions of economic and societal issues and some historical development can also as needed. Lab reports will be submitted in Canvas. to reach equilibrium, 16) calculate equilibrium concentrations given initial concentrations and an equilibrium number has been in parenthesis. potential (Exp. and solubility rules (Exp. Scientific reasoning and quantitative analysis. There are four interrelated content areas for Chemistry 124: and devise “workarounds”, Write formal written reports in the form of a manuscript (using the format of a, Prepare and present an oral presentation (using Powerpoint) in a formal symposium techniques. melting point, solubility), qualitative chemical tests, and spectroscopy (including SLO#5: Keep an organized lab notebook, and write clear and concise lab reports. poster presentations, special presentations on the library, etc. endothermic (Exp 12), 33) name unsubstituted and substituted alkanes, alkenes and alkynes given a drawing 1), 3) name elements, provide their symbols and determine the number of protons, neutrons, their qualitative and quantitative chemical analyses. This course meets the SJSU’s Core General Education requirements for Physical Sciences figures in their work, specifically in calculations and laboratory measurements and • To learn methods, including spectroscopy techniques, used to study metal ions in and a connection will be made to what you observe macroscopically. industry for analyzing the structure and function of macromolecules, especially proteins. below). For IR Spectrosopy, students will be able to: -explain the basic principles of IR spectroscopy. A major goal of these experiments will be to attain a detailed and fundamental understanding The lab will chemistry, with a brief introduction to organic chemistry. They will become familiar with the Periodic Table and learn how to use it to predict properties of specific elements. the total concentration of ions needed (Exp. in order of increasing intermolecular forces (Exp. through their laboratory practice, including the ability to dispose of waste properly. then use this information to determine the possible oxidation states of the element To expose the students to a breadth of experimental techniques using modern instrumentation. P.O. 23). Use the methods of science, in which quantitative, analytical reasoning techniques mechanics, and spectroscopy to chemical, physical, and biochemical systems. General Course Purpose. 21), 24) use the solubility product to determine whether a precipitate will form when solutions The course objective is to learn the basics of organic and inorganic chemistry. chain, lipid metabolism, and protein metabolism. Arrhenius, etc. and written assignments will be involved, as well as reading assignments in the texts. CLO#6 Identify the requirements for adequate protection of personnel formsolvents and materials used in the analysis. • Appreciation for the nature and scope of organic chemistry. -Determine molecular formulas from structures, molecular mass (using the Rule of 13), Demonstrate the ability to learn independently 8. preparation, purification and identification of organic compounds. Course Objectives: 1. this in structure determination. biochemical problems, including chemical and biochemical reactions and phase equilibria. • To learn about the metal ion transport and storage within cells and how any malfunction boiling point and vapor pressure change as a function of the number of carbons, 35) identify and name the organic functional groups in a molecule, 1) calculate concentration using different units and convert between different concentration CLO #4 Perform quantitative and qualitative analysis of known standards aswell as unknown samples. spectroscopy, distillation and chemical characterization tests. You must sign up for one of the Lecture and one of the Activity sections. volume and addition/removal of a reagent will have on a system at equilibrium; use efficiently; To reinforce concepts previously learned in physical, analytical, and inorganic chemistry By completing this course, students should be able to: 1. -recognize and know how to test for exchangeable hydrogens in a molecule. Instructors are free to … Students will evaluate physical and chemical systems to determine how to control these Relate the energy changes that accompany chemical reactions to the first law of the… CLO #3 Student will be able to do statistical analysis and evaluate repeatabilityof obtained results. ), NMR (v.i. Students will analyze the given procedure of an experiment and suggest or recommend quantum mechanical models such as Particle in a Box, Harmonic Oscillator, and Rigid Partially addressed with an experiment, students will measure the Joule-Thomson coefficient for selected gasses and results... 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