NOVA CHM 112 - Syllabus (5 pages)

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School:
Northern Virginia Community College
Course:
Chm 112 - College Chemistry II

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NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANNANDALE CAMPUS CHEMISTRY 112 SYLLABUS SPRING 2010 INSTRUCTOR Dr William E Stanclift OFFICE CS 244B OFFICE HOURS M 2 30 3 30 p m T 9 30 a m 12 30 p m and 2 30 3 30 p m APPOINTMENT HOURS M 3 30 5 00 p m T 3 30 5 00 p m W 4 00 5 00 p m OFFICE PHONE 703 323 3879 OFFICE E MAIL wstanclift nvcc edu FAX 703 323 4250 HOME PHONE 703 369 0381 If I am unavailable to answer your call please leave your name a callback number a brief statement of your reason for calling and a time deadline for returning your call that day or evening REQUIRED TEXT Silberberg Martin S Chemistry The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change 5th ed McGraw Hill Higher Education Boston 2008 ANCILLARY MATERIALS Aris ACC CRD Chemistry online exercises REQUIRED LAB MANUAL Beran J A Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry 6th ed John Wiley Sons Inc New York 2000 must be an unused manual COURSE DESCRIPTION PURPOSE Chemistry 112 is the second semester of a two semester sequence of general college chemistry for science and engineering majors it is transferable to all colleges and universities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and elsewhere for science engineering pre medical pre dental and pre veterinary programs It is not intended for nursing other allied health majors or to meet the general education science requirement for liberal arts business or other nonscience programs Chemistry 112 is a continuation of Chemistry 111 and covers such topics as the chemistry of the solid and liquid states solutions kinetics equilibrium acid base chemistry thermodynamics electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry Course objectives and a list detailing homework lecture and lab assignments and approximate test dates are available on my faculty website accessible from NVCC s web page under Directories and Offices as well as on the Blackboard site for your section of this course although the Blackboard site will not be activated until the first week of the spring semester



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