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FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE
COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE
COURSE NUMBER: CHM 2046C
COURSE TITLE: General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis II
PREREQUISITE(S): CHM 2045C with a grade of "C" or better
CREDIT HOURS: 4
CONTACT HOURS/WEEK: 6
CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:
FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 5.1
STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course, a continuation of General Chemistry and Qualification Analysis I, stresses chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, oxidation-reduction, and selected families of metals and non-metals. Laboratory work includes studies of ionic equilibrium in aqueous solutions and semi-micro qualitative analysis.
SUGGESTED TEXT(S): General Chemistry, McMurray and Fay, Latest edition., Pearson.
Chemistry, McMurray and Fay.
General Chemistry, Brown & LeMay. Latest edition. Pearson.
Chemistry: Matter and Its Changes, Latest Edition. Brady and Jaspersen, John Wiley.
Chemistry: Atoms First, Latest Edition. Burdge & Overby. McGraw Hill.
Chemistry, A Molecular Approach, Latest Edition. Tro. Prentice Hall.
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IMPLEMENTATION DATE: November 14, 1987
REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: Fall Term, 2002 (20031)
Fall Term, 2006 (20071)
Fall Term, 2013 (20141) – Proposal 2013-05
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COURSE TOPICS CONTACT HOURS
I. Acids, Bases and Salts (continued from CHM 2045C) 8
II. Oxidation - Reduction and Electrochemistry 6
III. Thermochemistry 4
IV. Kinetics 6
A. General Principles of Kinetics (2)
B. Rates of Reactions (2)
C. Mechanisms of Reactions (2)
V. Chemical Equilibria 13
A. General Chemical Equilibria (4)
B. Ionic Equilibria (3)
C. Solubility Equilibria (6)
VI. Solutions 4
VII. Special Topics 4
Topics not covered in 2046C were covered in 2045C.
I. pH 3
II. Titrimetry 6
III. Kinetics 3
IV. Qualitative Analysis (Identification of 15
Unknowns by Students)
V. Electrochemistry 3
VI. Additional Laboratory activities will be
selected at the discretion of the instructor 9
VII. Colligative Properties 3
VIII. Equilibrium 3