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CLASS INFORMATION:
- Spring 2014 Syllabus
- Spring 2014 Schedule
- Course-level Learning Outcomes


LECTURE NOTES
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 10
Chapter 4
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 14
Chapter 5
Chapter 8
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 18
Chapter 9
Chapter 15
Chapter 16

EXAM REVIEWS
Exam 1
Exam 2
Exam 3
Exam 4
Exam 5
Final Exam

EXAM and QUIZ KEYS
Quiz 1
Quiz 2
Quiz 3
Quiz 4
Quiz 5
Exam 1
Exam 2
Exam 3
Exam 4
Exam 5

HANDOUTS

Periodic Table

Naming Compounds
- Key


Lewis Structures
- Key

Chapters 9 and 10
- Key

Intermolecular Forces
- Key

Balancing Equations
- Key

Predicting Products
- Key

Redox Reactions
- Key

CHEM 139: Introduction to General Chemistry

Updated: 04/17/14


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Marie Villarba's Office Hours
in SAM 420 for Spring 2014

Monday: 1:00-3:00pm
Tuesday: 1:00-2:00pm
Wednesday: 1:30-3:30pm
      and by appointment

CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: marie.villarba@seattlecolleges.edu
Phone: (206) 934-4130
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CHEMISTRY LEARNING CENTER
for Spring 2014
(Faculty Tutoring)

Monday (SAM 403)
11am-1pm Tom Schultz
12pm-1pm Esmaeel Naeemi
1pm-2pm Erin Gibbons
2pm-3pm

Mark Allen
Marie Villarba

3pm-4pm Andrew Bierbaum
4pm-5pm Andrew Bierbaum
Heather Clary
Chemistry student tutors are also available Monday-Thursday from 9am-6pm and Friday from
9am-5pm in the SAM Learning Center (SAM 100)
TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER REQUIRED RESOURCES

 TI-30Xa
  • Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation by Steven S. Zumdahl and Donald J. DeCoste (7th edition), ISBN: 1439049408 or 978-1439049402 (front shown cover above)

    Links to online retailers for the Zumdahl 7th edition textbook:
    Amazon.com (new copies)   or   Amazon.com (used copies)
    BarnesandNoble.com (new copies and used copies)
    Half.com (new and used copies)

  • Students 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.

  • Students must also purchase a basic composition notebook for homework problems. The homework notebook will be submitted for grading on each exam day.

  • Access the SCCC Chemistry Website

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

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  • The Gates Millennium Scholars Program, administered by the United Negro College Fund, will provide scholarships and fellowships for outstanding low-income African-American, Native American, Hispanic American, and Asian American students to attend the undergraduate and graduate institutions of their choice.

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