||Meets MnTC Goal Areas 2 and 3. This course is the first of a two-course series (CHEM1111 and CHEM1112). Students will learn the general chemistry principles: atomic structure, stoichiometry, solutions, bonding, thermochemistry, electronic structure, periodic properties of the elements, intermolecular forces and properties of solids, liquids and gases. The course includes a lab.
Instructor permission for students who do not score high enough on the placement exam for placement into Chem1111 but wish to enroll in Chem1111. Students with this permission must co-register for Chem 0095.
- Investigate the history of chemistry.
- Categorize matter.
- Perform metric measurements of matter.
- Analyze elements and isotopes.
- Characterize atomic structure.
- Analyze chemical reactions and equations.
- Determine limiting reagents and percent yields.
- Prepare dilutions.
- Predict reaction products.
- Rank metals by oxidation potential.
- Compare electronic structures.
- Analyze chemical bonding schemes.
- Determine chemical nomenclature.
- Compare element properties.
- Correlate chemical geometry and electronic structures.
- Summarize the bonding theories.
- Analyze chemicals for intermolecular forces.
- Investigate properties of modern materials.
- Analyze gases, liquids and solids.
- Use the scientific method to solve problems.
- Collect experimental data.
- Analyze data.
- Communicate results in oral or written form.
|MnTC goal areas:
- (2) Critical Thinking
- (3) Natural Sciences
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