General Chemistry II deals mainly with an introduction to the states of matter: solid, liquid and gaseous state, gas laws, and kinetic theory of gases. This course includes types of solutions, ideal and non-ideal solutions, and colligative properties, chemical and ionic equilibrium. Thermochemistry, energy changes in chemical reactions, acid-base equilibrium, buffer solutions as well.
The topics covered include some experiments on viscosity of liquids, density of liquids and solids, determining the molar mass of volatile liquids solids measuring, heat of enthalpies, distribution coefficient, pH, acid- base titration.
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- Distinguish the states of matter (gas, liquid and solid).
- Study the laws of gases and the kinetic theory of gases.
- Identify the nature and types of energy.
- Recognize the basics of thermochemistry and its applications.
- Study the energy changes in chemical reactions.
- Understand the properties of solutions, chemical and acid-base equilibrium.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- Remember the states of matter and the kinetic theory of gases.
- Understand the principles of thermochemistry and methods of calculation of enthalpy of reaction.
- Recognize the types and the colligative properties of electrolyte solutions.
- Understand the chemical equilibrium and Le Chatelier’s principal
- Differentiate between acids and bases, buffer solution and its capacity
- Chemistry, (9th Edition 2013), by: Steven S. Zumdahl, Susan A. Zumdahl. ISBN-10: 1133611095 (Brooks Cole)
- General Chemistry, The Essential Concepts, (6th Edition 2010), by: Raymond Chang, Jason Overby.ISBN-10: 0077354710 (McGraw-Hill Education)
Course ID: CHEM 207
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