General chemistry101 course covers these fundamental subjects:
Chemical foundations, atoms, Molecules, and Ions, stoichiometry, types of chemical reactions and solution stoichiometry, atomic structure and periodicity, bonding: general concepts and covalent bonding: orbitals.
Identification of anions and cations present in a simple inorganic salts.
- To recognize the measurement units and how to know the signification figures and how to conversion between units.
- To recognize atoms, molecules, and ions.
- Recognize different ways to express concentration.
- Perform some simple chemical calculations based on the writing of balanced chemical equations.
- To differentiate between the types of chemical reactions.
- To recognize the various theories of atomic structure.
- To recognize theelectronic distribution of the atoms and the periodic properties of the elements in the periodic table.
- To determine 3D shapes of molecules.
- To recognize the different types of chemical bonds.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- Outline the measurement units and the signification figures.
- To know how calculate mole, molarity.
- Define Chemical Bonds and its types.
- Discuss the principles of Lewis structures and chemical formula.
- Describe atomic, Molecular, and structural Formula.
- To know balancing chemical equation.
- Different between types of reactions.
- Compare between 3D shapes of molecules.
1. Chemistry. By Steven Zumdahl, Susan Zumdahl. 9th Edition. Cengage Learning. 2013 ISBN:10113611095
2. General Chemistry: Principles and Structure. By James E. Brady. 5th Edition.
3. General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis. Kenneth W. Whitten, Raymond E.DavisM.Larry Peck. Edition
Course ID: CHEM 203
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