General Chemistry II
- Final Exam: 1-3pm on Monday, March 24th, covering Chapters 14-17 and especially 19.
- The Final Exam Study Guide is now available.
- Homework for Chapter 19 is due in your homework notebook at the start of the exam.
- The final exam will be multiple-choice format, so bring a #2 pencil and a scantron form (view a copy).
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- Access the multiple-choice quizzes on the Chang
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Chemistry, 8th ed., Web site to prepare for the final exam.
Exam 3 key is now available.
Exam 3 Statistics for Section 01
- High: 95%
- Average: 80.6%
- The Quiz 8 key is now available.
- The key to Thermodynamics Practice Problems Part II is now available.
- Download the Chapter 17 Solubility Product lecture notes before class on Wednesday, March 12th.
- Download the Thermodynamics Practice Problems Part I and Part II.
- The key for Part I is also available.
- The Quiz 7 key is now available.
- The "Kinetics of an Iodine Clock Reaction" experiment
- Complete all the Post-Lab Calculations on pp. 48-50 and the Post-Lab Questions on p. 50 in the CHEM 162 lab manual by Thursday. Hard copies of the Post-Lab Calculations and questions are due at the start of lab on Thursday, March 13th.
- CPR Text Entry deadline: 5pm on Sunday, March 16th
- CPR Calibrations, Reviews, and Self-Assessment deadline: 5pm on Friday, March 21st
- Global Mean Sea Level Rise Excel spreadsheet (for use during Linear Regression Analysis activity in lab on Thursday, March 6th.)
- Data from the University of Colorado Sea Level Research Group Website
- The Kinetics Practice Problems key is now available.
- Download a copy of the Kinetics Practice Problems if you didn't get a copy in class on Feb. 28th.
Exam 2 key is now available.
Exam 2 Statistics for Section 01
- High: 96.5%
- Average: 75.6%
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- 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.
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.
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The Science in Context by Gilbert, Kirss, Foster, and Davies
(3rd edition), ISBN: 0393934314 or 978-0393934311 (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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