Structure of matter and the chemical consequences of that structure.

Course Details

One final exam retake (for a fee) is allowed. For nonscience and nonmedical majors.
PHYS 100 (Physical Science) or equivalent.
Course Outline
Lesson 1: Introduction to WileyPLUS Online Learning Resources
Lesson 2: Science, Chemistry, and the Physical States of Matter
Lesson 3: Scientific Notation, Measurement, and Significant Figures
Lesson 4: Elements, Compounds, and the Periodic Table
Lesson 5: Chemical Changes and the Properties of Matter
Lesson 6: Atomic Theory and Structure
Lesson 7: Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds
Lesson 8: Quantitative Composition of Chemical Compounds
Lesson 9: Chemical Equations and Thermodynamics
Lesson 10: Stoichiometry, Limiting Reagents, and Percentage Yield Calculations
Lesson 11: Electromagnetic Radiation, Atomic Theory, and Electron Configurations
Lesson 12: Chemical Bonds, Molecular Shape, and Lewis Structure
Lesson 13: The Ideal Gas Law and the Gaseous State of Matter
Lesson 14: Properties of Liquids
Lesson 15: Colligative Properties, Solubility, and Properties of Solutions
Lesson 16: Acids, Bases, and Salts
Lesson 17: Chemical Equilibrium
Lesson 18: Oxidation and Reduction
Lesson 19: Nuclear Chemistry
Access code for WileyPLUS Online Learning Resources (available for purchase separately or bundled with the textbook). (Required)
Foundations of College Chemistry (15th ed.) (Required)
by: Hein, M.; Arena, S. & Willard, C.
ISBN: 978-1-119-08390-0
2016 Wiley
Solutions Manual: Foundations of College Chemistry (15th ed.) (Required)
by: Hein, M., Willard, C., Arena, S., & Mitchell, K.