These notes and handouts are in PDF format, so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them. If you don't have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe site.


CLASS INFORMATION:
- Winter 2014 Syllabus
- Winter 2014 Schedule
- Winter 2014 Lab Syllabus

LECTURE NOTES
Chapter 16
Chapter 17 Part I
Chapter 17 Part II
Chapter 15
Chapter 14
Chapter 17 Sol. Prod.
Chapter 19

EXAM REVIEWS
SECTION 01

Diagnostic Quiz
Exam 1
Exam 2
Exam 3
Final Exam

EXAM and QUIZ KEYS - SECTION 01
Diagnostic quiz
Quiz 1
Quiz 2
Quiz 3
Quiz 4
Quiz 5
Quiz 6
Quiz 7
Quiz 8
Exam 1
- Exam 1 Extra
Exam 2
Exam 3


HANDOUTS

Periodic Table

Equations page

Formal Lab Report Guidelines

Sample Lab Report

Polyatomic Ions to Know

Introduction to CPR Handout

CPR Info on Calibrations and Reviews

CPR Ratings Guide

Buffer Calculations Handout

CHEM 162
General Chemistry II

Updated: 03/20/2014


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

Monday: 2-3pm (SAM 406) and 3-4pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00-10:45am
and Wednesday: 2:00-3:30pm
      and by appointment

CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: marie.villarba@seattlecolleges.edu
Phone: (206) 934-4130
- Messages may be left at this number.


CHEMISTRY LEARNING CENTER
for Winter 2014
(Faculty Tutoring)

Monday (SAM 406)
10am-11am Tom Schultz
11am-1pm Mark Allen
12pm-1pm Angela Kimber
1pm-2pm Allison Courtney
2pm-3pm Marie Villarba
3pm-4pm Doug Wick
Chemistry student tutors are also available Monday-Thursday from 9am-6pm and Friday from
9am-5pm in the SAM Learning Center (SAM 100)
  • The Titration and Buffers Practice Problems key is now available.

  • The Quiz 6 key is now available.

  • The Exam 1 Extra key is now available.

  • The Quiz 5 key is now available.

  • The Acid-Base Equilibria Practice Problems key is now available.

  • Download the Logger Lite software from the Vernier Website to be able to add a title and label your axes for the Acid-Base Titration Curves prepared in lab.

  • The Exam 1 key is now available.
    Exam 1 Statistics for Section 01
    - High: 93%
    - Average: 74.2%


  • The Quiz 4 key is now available.

  • The Quiz 3 key is now available.

  • The Quiz 2 key is now available.

  • The Quiz 1 key is now available.

  • The key to the Diagnostic Quiz is now available.
    - Quiz Statistics:
        - High: 91.8% (50.5 out of 55 )
        - Average: 83.6% (46 out of 55 )

  • The CHEM 162 Lab manual will be available at the Seattle Central Copy Center after 12pm on Thursday, Jan. 9th.
  • "The MESA program provides support to first generation, low-income, underrepresented, educationally disadvantaged students studying science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) and seeking to transfer to bachelor's degree programs." MESA also helps students connect and study with other students who share their interest and provide information on "career options, scholarships, and internship opportunities and special programs." Check out the MESA program Website for more information.

  • Seattle Central's Ready! Set! Transfer! Academy is a National Science Foundation (NSF) program that provides resources and support (including scholarships) to help students interested in a STEM major and career. Check out the Ready! Set! Transfer! Academy Website for more information.



    TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER REQUIRED RESOURCES

      TI-30Xa   Mead composition notebook

  • Chemistry: The Science in Context by Gilbert, Kirss, Foster, and Davies (3rd edition), ISBN: 0393934314 or 978-0393934311 (front shown cover above)


  • CHEM 162 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 162 students must also purchase TWO new bound, composition notebook for homework and for lab.
    • These may be purchased at the SCCC Bookstore or at office supply stores.
    • Lab Notebook: Each student will record all collected experimental data directly into his/her lab notebook. If your CHEM 161 lab notebook still has 50 or more unused pages, you may use the same lab notebook as long as it has no missing pages.
    • Homework Notebook: Each student will complete all of the homework assigned directly into his/her homework notebook. Students must show the necessary work for each problem in his/her homework notebook to receive full credit.

  • Students will not be allowed to use programmable graphing calculators during quizzes and exams. 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 may be purchased at the SCCC Bookstore, Target, Fred Meyer, and office supply stores.


    GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • Use RateMyProfessors.com to leave feedback about your professors, and let other students know which are good teachers and which to avoid.

  • 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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    This Website is maintained by Marie Villarba.