CHM2045C

GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS I (432076)

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John T Taylor

Office Hours:
HoursDaysCampusRoomPhone
5:00-6:00 pmMonday, WednesdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904 766-6763
8:45-9:15 pmMonday, WednesdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904-766-6763
10:30-11:00 amTuesday, ThursdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904-766-6763
1:45-2:45 pmTuesday, ThursdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904-766-6763
4:30-6:00 pmTuesday, ThursdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904-766-6763
8:45-9:15 pmTuesday, ThursdayNorth CampusD270 (or D207)904-766-6763

And by Appointment
Description: This course, designed to introduce students to modern chemical concepts, includes modern atomic structure and periodicity, chemical bonding, states of matter, gas laws and solutions. The laboratory work will be quantitative in nature, stressing accurate laboratory techniques. This course meets the first year college requirements for those majoring in science, engineering, pre-medicine or pharmacy.
Prerequisites: MAC 1105 or higher level MAC course or MAP 2302, and CHM 1025C with a grade of "C" of better.
Corequisites: None.
Student Advising Notes: Passing score on the Toledo Chemistry test may substitute for CHM 1025C prerequisite requirement.
Degrees Offered: A.A., A.S.

Course Number / Title: CHM2045C / GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS I

Reference Number: 432076

Number of Credit Hours: 4.00

Term / Year / Session / Length: Spring / 2016 / A / 16

Class Begins 01/06/2016
100% Refund Deadline 01/13/2016 7:00 PM (ET)
Non-Attendance Drop 01/21/2016 11:59 PM (ET)
Withdraw with "W" Deadline 03/15/2016 7:00 PM (ET)
Class Ends 04/29/2016
College Holiday(s)
1/18/2016, 2/15/2016, 3/21/2016 - 3/27/2016
Technical Maintenance
1/16/2016 from 9:00 PM - 1/18/2016, 2/13/2016 from 9:00 PM - 2/15/2016, 3/20/2016 from 9:00 PM - 3/23/2016, 4/16/2016 from 9:00 PM - 4/17/2016

These dates are critical for this course. Additional critical dates for this course can be found by clicking the appropriate term links in the online calendar at the Florida State College at Jacksonville Website.


LocationRoomTimesDaysSession Dates
NORTH CAMPUSD02036:00 PM - 8:45 PMTuesday01/06/2016 - 04/29/2016
NORTH CAMPUSD02076:00 PM - 8:45 PMThursday01/06/2016 - 04/29/2016
NORTH CAMPUSTBATBAOnline01/06/2016 - 04/29/2016

Instructional Materials and Equipment

Required Text / Materials

Science Lab Notebooks are required by the second week of class:

Course Materials
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Author: Hayden
Title: Student Lab Notebook (Chemistry Spiral Bound 50-set)
Publisher: Hayden-McNeil Publishing
ISBN: 9781930882232
Required: REQUIRED
or equivalent science lab notebook

 

Safety Glasses and disposable gloves are available but students may want to purchase their own goggles or bring their own gloves for handling chemicals.

 

Students must purchase lab coats and lab coats must be worn at all time when "wet" experiments are being performed in the lab.

Accessibility

Florida State College at Jacksonville recognizes the importance of assisting and encouraging all students to reach their full potential. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended in 2008, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the College ensures that its admission requirements are uniformly applied, and that its services, activities, facilities and academic programs are accessible to and usable by all qualified students. The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD) implements and coordinates reasonable accommodations and disability-related services to promote full participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of college life.

The Rehabilitation Act defines a disability as an individual who has a physical, mental, or learning disability, which substantially limits one or more major life activity (i.e., seeing, hearing, speaking, walking, sitting, standing, breathing, reading, writing, or performing mathematical calculations, and caring for oneself); or who has a record of such impairment; or who is regarded as having such impairment. Both the impairment and the limitation of a major life activity must be established to be eligible under the ADA. Please click here for more information.

Learning Outcomes

 

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

 

COURSE NUMBER:                                                 CHM 2045C          

 

COURSE TITLE:                                                        General Chemistry and Qualitative

                                                                                    Analysis I

 

PREREQUISITE(S):                                                  MAC 1105 or higher level MAC course, or MAP 2302,

                                                                                    and CHM 1025C with a grade of “C” or better

 

COREQUISITE(S):                                                    None

 

STUDENT ADVISING NOTE:                                   Passing score on the Toledo Chemistry test may substitute for CHM 1025C prerequisite requirement.

 

CREDIT HOURS:                                                      4

           

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                      6

 

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

 

            Lecture/Discussion:                                        3

 

            Laboratory:                                                      3

 

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                            5.1

 

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE

ALLOCATION:                                                           24

 

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

 

This course, designed to introduce students to modern chemical concepts, includes modern atomic structure and periodicity, chemical bonding, states of matter, gas laws and solutions.  The laboratory work will be quantitative in nature, stressing accurate laboratory techniques.  This course meets the first year college requirements for those majoring in science, engineering, pre-medicine or pharmacy.

 

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                            General Chemistry, McMurray and Fay, latest edition,

                                                                                    Prentice-Hall.

Chemistry: Matter and Its Changes, latest edition. Brady and Jespersen, John Wiley.

 

General Chemistry, latest Edition. Brown and LeMay. Prentice Hall.

                                                                                   

Chemistry: Atoms First, latest Edition. Burdge and Overby. McGraw Hill.

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

 

 

 

 

SUGGESTED TEXT (S): (Continued)                       Chemistry, A Molecular Approach, latest Edition. Tro. Prentice Hall.

 

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                                       November 14, 1987

 

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:                      Fall Term, 2002 (20031)

                                                                                    Fall Term, 2006 (20071)

                                                                                    Fall Term, 2013 (20141) – Proposal 2013-05

                                                                                    Fall Term 2014 (20151) – Proposal 2014-41

                                                                                    Fall Term 2015 (20161) –Proposal 2015-12

                                                                                    Fall Term, 2015 (20161) – Outline Review 14-15     

                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                   
                                                                                                                       

COURSE TOPICS                                                                                                CONTACT HOURS

                                                                                                      PER TOPIC  

          I.       Fundamental Concept                                                                                    2

                   A.  Metric System

                   B.  Classification of Substances

                   C.  Density

                   D.  Temperature Conversion

 

         II.       Atomic Structure                                                                                             4

 

        III.       Electronic Structure and Chemical Bonding                                                  8

 

        IV.       Reactions                                                                                                        6

 

         V.       Nomenclature                                                                                                 2

 

        VI.       Solids and Liquids, Intermolecular Forces                                                      2

 

       VII.       Gases                                                                                                              4

 

      VIII.       Solutions                                                                                                          3

 

        IX.       Thermochemistry                                                                                            6

 

         X.       Stoichiometry and Moles                                                                                6

 

        XI.       Special topics                                                                                                  2

                  

                   Topics not covered in 2045C will be covered in 2046C

                    There shall be at least one exam given in a proctored environment.

 

 

LABORATORY ACTIVITIES:

 

          I.       Safety in the Laboratory, maintenance of laboratory notebook                     3

 

         II.       Physical and Instrumental Measurements                                                     6

 

        III.       Gravimetric Techniques and Stoichiometry                                                 12

 

        IV.       Gases                                                                                                              3

 

         V.       Solutions                                                                                                          6

 

        VI.       Acid-base Chemistry                                                                                      3

 

       VII.       States of Matter                                                                                              3

 

       VII.       Additional Laboratory Activities Selected                                                       9

                   at the Discretion of the Instructor

 

A minimum of seven (7) of these activities must be done in a chemistry laboratory setting with the instructor present

Florida State College at Jacksonville

Course Learning Outcomes and Assessment

 

SECTION 1

Course Prefix and Number:

CHM 2045C

Semester Credit Hours (Credit):

4

Contact Hours (Workforce)

 

Course Title:

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis II

 

SECTION 2a (To be completed for General Education courses only.)

TYPE OF COURSE (Place an “X” in the box next to those that are applicable.)

X

General Education Core (If selected, core discipline area will be identified in Section 4.)

 

General Education (If selected, you must also complete Section 4, Section 5, and Section 8)

SECTION 2b

TYPE OF COURSE (Place an “X” in the box next to those that are applicable.)

 

A.A. Elective

 

A.S. Required Course

 

A.S. Professional Elective

 

A.A.S. Required Course

 

A.A.S. Professional Elective

 

Technical Certificate

 

PSAV/Clock Hour/Workforce

 

Development Education

 

Apprenticeship

 

Upper Division/Bachelors

 

Other:

If selected, use this space to title “other” option.

 

SECTION 3

INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES (Place an “X” in the box next to those that are applicable.)

 

Reading

 

Speaking

X

Critical Analysis

 

Qualitative Skills

X

Scientific Method of Inquiry

 

Writing

 

Listening

 

Information Literacy

 

Ethical Judgement

 

Working Collaboratively

 

SECTION 4 (To be completed for General Education courses only.)

GENERAL EDUCATION DISCIPLINE AREA (Place an “X” in the box next to those that are applicable.)

 

Communications

 

Humanities

 

Mathematics

 

Social and Behavioral Sciences

X

Natural Sciences

 

SECTION 5 (To be completed for General Education courses only.)

GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOME AREA (Place an “X” in the box next to those that are applicable.)

 

Communication

X

Critical Thinking

 

Information Literacy

X

Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning

 

Global Sociocultural Responsibility

 

SECTION 6

LEARNING OUTCOMES

TYPE OF OUTCOME

(General Education, Course or Program)

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

Explain and apply major concepts in modern chemistry including modern atomic structure and periodicity, chemical bonding, states of matter, gas laws and solutions. 

Course

Written tests, reports and/or use of equipment to demonstrate student competency in field.

Communicate scientific ideas through oral or written assignments.

Program

Students use analytical reasoning skills to solve problems on written tests and/or laboratory work

Interpret scientific models such as formulas, graphs, tables and schematics, draw inferences from them and recognize their limitations.

Program

Written reports of lab experiments and/or written tests demonstrate student competency in the application of scientific knowledge.

 

 

SECTION 6 (Continued)

LEARNING OUTCOMES

TYPE OF OUTCOME

(General Education, Course or Program)

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

Demonstrate proper laboratory technique including safety in the use and care of laboratory equipment and materials.

Course

Results from laboratory work and experiments demonstrate student awareness of science and society.

Demonstrate knowledge of scientific method.

Program

Formulate problem, make observations, derive and test hypothesis and make conclusions.

Demonstrate problem solving methods in situations that are encountered outside of the classroom.

General Education

Students use demonstrations, group discussions, written tests, laboratory reports, research projects and/or field experiences to illustrate competence in recognizing and evaluating various scientific processes.

                                              

SECTION 7

Faculty name(s):

Stephen Milczanowski

Date:

21/27/2015

 

CS20150615

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION 8 (To be completed for General Education Courses only.)

KNOWLEDGE AND VALUE (Place an “X” in the box to indicate primary or secondary option.)

 

KNOWLEDGE

Global and Historical Knowledge and Understanding

Primary

Secondary

N/A

  • Comprehends a general knowledge of the nature, origins and contributions of major civilizations

 

 

X

  • Comprehends the workings and interrelations of personal, business and government economies

 

 

X

  • Comprehends political, social and economic systems and their effects upon society

 

 

X

 

Cultural and Aesthetic Knowledge and Understanding

Primary

Secondary

N/A

  • Comprehends the contributions of the arts and humanities to the human experience on a personal, national or global level

 

 

X

  • Comprehends the historical development of the arts and sciences

 

 

X

  • Comprehends religious and cultural systems and their effects upon society

 

 

X

 

Human Awareness and Understanding

Primary

Secondary

N/A

  • Comprehends the dynamics of human behavior and the process of increasing self-awareness, growth and development

 

 

X

  • Comprehends the stages of human development and the dynamics of human relationships in diverse cultures

 

 

X

  • Comprehends the factors that promote physical, mental and social well-being

 

 

X

 

Mathematics, Science and Technology

Primary

Secondary

N/A

  • Comprehends the basic concepts and investigative processes of the natural sciences

X

 

 

  • Comprehends the breadth, significance and development of the mathematical sciences

 

 

X

  • Comprehends the ways science and technology have shaped and continue to reshape human cultures and the environment

 

 

X

 

VALUE

 

Description

Primary

Secondary

N/A

  • Intellectual honesty

 

 

X

  • Curiosity and openness to new ideas

 

 

X

  • Recognition of one’s own creative potential

 

 

X

  • Acceptance of and respect for differences among people and cultures

 

 

X

  • Civic Engagement

 

 

X

  • Lifelong Learning

 

 

X

 

SECTION 9

Faculty name(s):

Stephen Milczanowski

Date:

2/27/2015

 

CS20150615

 

Calendar of Activities





Week Topic(s) and Reading Assignments and Activities Due Dates
OneGasoline Demand Project
    See Handout
    Select vehicle (s) for Project
    Fill  tank during first two weeks, record data
Week 15
elevenOnline Midterm Exam in Class/Lab
March 17
fourteen-April 4-7:
 International Conference on Teaching and Learning
Omini Hotel-Downtown Jacksonville
    attend
April 4-7:
seventeenOnline Multiple Choice Final Exam April 22-29
    Complete 150 Online Final Exam
April 22-29
seventeenACS Exam - General Chemistry I
    Complete 60 question ACS Multiple Choice Exam
Week Seventeen
Week SeventeenPaper and Pencil Closed Book In class Multiple Choice Final Exam
    complete 100 multiple choice questions
Week Seventeen

Final Exam Callenge-100 MC Questions in Class April 28th

A = 86-100 correct on final B = 76-85 correct on final C = 60-75 correct on final D= 50-59 Correct Answers out of 100
Grade Percent
A 88% of total points incluiding 200 point final
B 78% of total points incluiding 200 point finals
C 65% of total points incluiding 200 point final
D 50% of total points incluiding 200 point final
F under 50%

Course Grade Breakdown

Weekly Modular Exams are worth between 10-40 points each (approximately 400 points via Modular Grading Outline).
 
Homework Packets are worth 10 to 15 points each.(approximately 200 points via Module Grading Outline)

Online Multiple Choice Modular Homework is worth 10-15 points per Module (Unit) (unlimited attempts-highest score counts-no time limit)(Approximately 100 points)

Online Multiple Choice Exams are worth between 10 and 35 points per module (5 attempts per module-highest score counts-time limit)(Approximately 100 points)

Online Wiley Plus Chapters 1-10 up to 100 points bonus (10 points per chapter)

Online Multiple Choice Final 100 points (unlimited attempts-highest score counts-no time limit)

Paper and Pencil Final 200 points (100 questions (April 28)

ACS General Chemistry I Exam up to 60 points

"Wet Labs" @ 20 points each Approximately 200 points

"Dry :Labs" nine:
Safety Film 10 points;
Critical Thinking Temperature Scale 20 points; 
Dot Structures 30 points;
Online Names and Formulas Lab 60 points
Gasoline Project 60 points;
"What is a Mole?" 20 points
Bean Jar Experiment 20 points
Rewrite Equations Ionically 20 points
REDOX Lab 60 points
Global Warming Video/Project 50 points


FN Grade - Failure for Non-Attendance

A Failure for Non-Attendance (FN) grade indicates that a student has failed a course due to non-attendance. It is calculated as an “F” in the student’s grade point average. For students receiving financial aid, failure for non-attendance may require the student to refund to the College all or part of his or her aid. The FN grade will be assigned by the faculty member at any time following the final withdrawal date for the course. See the College’s page on Grading policies (http://fscj.edu/grading )for more information.

Academic Dishonesty

Academic dishonesty, in any form, has severe consequences. Click here to view FSCJ’s academic dishonesty definitions and procedures.

Late / Make Up Work

There is no make-up for missing a scheduled wet lab. Each Lab is worth 20-30 points. All students are allowed one lab absence, but students attending all will earn up to 20 extra points at the end of the course.

There are weekly exams. Students absent will be assigned a zero grade. However if a student does a make-up  exam before the papers are returned the next week,  the makeup will be graded and the zero changed to the grade earned. Makeup exams will no be allowed or administered more than one week past the schedule exam.

. Likewise Paper and Pencil homework Packets must be submitted prior to the weekly exam or receive a zero. Student not submitting the homework packet before the schedule exam will receive only 1/2 credit if submitted late the following class period. After the following class period no homework may receive a grade and the zero grade stands.

Online multiple Choice Homework exercises have scheduled deadlines, After the deadline the MC homework may not be completed and zero scores will be entered

Online Multiple Choice exams also have schedule deadlines and may not be completed after the deadline