CHEM 121 Section 02
Introduction to Chemistry
- Activation Energy and Collision Theory on youtube.
- Chapter 13 lecture notes are now available. Download before class on Wednesday, Nov. 21st.
- Exam 3 Statistics
- High: 101%
- Average: 82.8%
- The Exam 3 key is now available.
- The Quiz 4 key is now available.
- Chapter 16 lecture notes are now available.
- Chapter 11 lecture notes are now available.
- If Figure 1 and Figure 2 did not print properly on pp. 74-75 in your lab manual, download and print new copies of pages 74-75.
LAB on Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
- Instead, we'll complete the "Generating
Hydrogen Gas" experiment on Tuesday, Nov. 20th.
- Note that my office hours have changed. Instead of office hours on Thursday morning, I have additional office hours on Monday afternoon.
- Exam 2 Statistics
- High: 103%
- Average: 74.8%
- The Exam 2 key is now available.
- For lab on Tuesday, prepare the following before the start of lab:
- Copy your data from your lab notebook to the data table pages in your lab notebook.
- Neatly prepare your lab notebook for the "Stoichiometry of a Household Product" experiment.
- The Chemical Reactions data tables and Post-Lab (pp. 59-62 of the lab manual) are due in class on Thursday, 10/08/12.
- Chapter 7 lecture notes are now available.
- Chapter 8 lecture notes are now available.
- Download the Naming Compounds Handout and Key to help prepare for Exam 2.
- The Quiz 3 key is now available.
- The Quiz 2 key is now available.
- Chapter 5 lecture notes are now available.
- Exam 1 Statistics
- High: 99%
- Average: 75.4%
- The Exam 1 key is now available.
- The key to thee in-class practice problems is now available.
who were absent on Monday, Oct. 7th, should view the following videos
from the "Einstein's
Big Idea" program on PBS's NOVA and the "How Stuff Works"
- Michael Faraday and
Electromagnetism Part I
Faraday and Electromagnetism Part II
Stuff Works video on Planck and Blackbody Radiation
- The Quiz 1 key is now available.
- Chapter 10 lecture notes are now available.
- Chapter 9 lecture notes are now available.
- The Density activity is now available to explore.
the Tro Introductory Chemistry Website for tutorials, practice quizzes, and other resources.
Villarba's Office Hours
Monday: 12:00-1:00pm, 2:30-3:15pm
in SAM 420 for Fall 2012
and by appointment
Phone: (206) 934-4130
- Messages may be left at this number.
CHEMISTRY LEARNING CENTER
Monday (SAM 405)
Wednesday (SAM 403)
Chemistry student tutors are also available in the SAM Learning Center (SAM 100) from 9am-6pm Monday-Thursday and 9am-5pm on Fridays.
AND OTHER REQUIRED RESOURCES
Chemistry by Nivaldo Tro (4th edition), ISBN: 0321687930
or 978-0321687937 (front shown cover above) or Introductory
Chemistry Essentials by Nivaldo Tro (4th edition), ISBN:
0321725999 or 978-0321725998
will not be allowed to use programmable graphing calculators on quizzes
and exams. Thus, students are required to have a basic scientific non-programmable
calculator that can carry out exponential functions (indicated with
an EE or EXP button) such as a TI-30Xa. (See example above). These can be
purchased at the SCCC Bookstore, Target, Fred Meyer, and office supply stores
such as OfficeDepot, OfficeMax, and Staples.
121 does not use a published lab manual. Students must purchase a packet
of laboratory experiments from the Seattle Central Community College Copy
Center (BE 3105A).
- CHEM 121 students must also purchase a new bound, composition notebook (with at least 80 pages) to serve as
a lab notebook for the quarter. Each student will record all collected
experimental data directly into his/her lab notebook. These may be purchased
at the SCCC Bookstore or at office supply stores (e.g. OfficeDepot,
OfficeMax, Staples, etc. )
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