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- Winter 2015 Syllabus
- Winter 2015 Schedule
- Winter 2015 Lab Syllabus
Chapter 16 Part I
Chapter 16 Part II
Chapter 17 Sol. Prod.
EXAM and QUIZ KEYS - SECTION 01
- Exam 1 Extra
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
General Chemistry II
- The Quiz 5 Key is now available.
- Exam 2: Friday, Feb. 27th, covering Chapter 16 Part II.
- The Exam 2 Study Guide is now available.
- All of the homework problems for Chapter 16 Part II are due in your homework notebook by the start of class on Friday.
- Chapter 14 lecture notes are now available. Download before class on Friday, Feb. 20th.
- The Quiz 4 Key is now available.
- The Quiz 3 Key is now available.
- Exam 1 Statistics
- High: 88%
- Average: 70.5%
- The Exam 1 Key is now available.
- The Quiz 2 Key is now available.
- Chapter 16 Part II lecture notes are now available.
- The Quiz 1 Key is now available.
- Chapter 16 Part I lecture notes are now available.
- The Diagnostic Quiz Key is now available.
- First Day of Class: Monday, January 5th
- Attendance is required. Due to the waitlist, students who are absent the first day without contacting the instructor will be dropped from the class.
- First Lab: Thursday, January 8th
- Attendance is required. Due to the waitlist, students who miss the first lab will be dropped from the class.
- Students will be taking a Diagnostic Quiz during the first lab period. Review the Diagnostic Quiz Study Guide to prepare for the quiz.
Villarba's Office Hours
in SAM 420 for Winter 2015
Tuesday: 10:00-10:45am and 1:00-2:30pm
Thursday: 10:00-10:45am and 1:00-2:00pm
and by appointment
Phone: (206) 934-4130
- Messages may be left at this number.
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CHEMISTRY LEARNING CENTER
for Winter 2015
To be announced
Chemistry student tutors are also available Monday-Thursday from 9am-6pm and Friday from
in the SAM Learning Center (SAM 100)
AND OTHER REQUIRED RESOURCES
The Science in Context by Gilbert, Kirss, Foster, and Davies
(4th edition), ISBN: 978-0393919370 or 0393919374 (front shown
- 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.
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.
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