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Che 1b - General Chemistry II

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Degree Credit X Non Credit Nondegree Credit Comm Service RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE CHEMISTRY 1B COURSE DESCRIPTION 5 Unit 1B GENERAL CHEMISTRY II PREREQUISITE Chemistry 1A Continued exploration of the principles of chemistry with emphasis on kinetics thermodynamics acidbase theory equilibrium and electrochemistry Special topics from descriptive inorganic chemistry nuclear chemistry and introductory organic chemistry Laboratory techniques in the investigation of chemical systems 54 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory SHORT DESCRIPTION FOR CLASS SCHEDULE Sequel to Chemistry 1A reaction rates equilibrium acid base thermodynamics electrochemistry nuclear inorganic and organic chemistry LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of the course the student should be able to 1 Solve multi step problems using formulae and unit analysis relating to kinetics equilibria thermodynamics electrochemistry and other course content 2 Collect and analyze data from chemical experiments including graphing calculations and qualitative understanding of how data relates to the concept studied 3 Construct and manipulate equipment to secure reasonably accurate measurements 4 Describe and apply chemical concepts of kinetics equilibria thermodynamics and electrochemistry 5 Describe and apply a chemical vocabulary of approximately 400 words COURSE CONTENT Lectures and or laboratories contain the following content TOPICS Kinetics Reaction Rates Factors effecting the rate concentration temperature and catalyst Rate law equation and the order of a reaction Activation energy Reaction mechanisms Collision Theory of reaction rates Equilibrium Equilibrium constant expression and applications Effects of concentration temperature and pressure on an equilibrium LeChatelier s Principle Acids and Bases Properties of water solutions of acids and bases pH and K w Weak acid and base equilibria Ka and Kb Molecular structure as a basis of relative acid and base strengths Buffers



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