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CHM 224 : Objectives
   
 
Chapter 12: Gases and Their Properties

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Properties of gases
  • Pressure
  • Units of pressure
  • Standard temperature and pressure
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Boyle's Law
  • Charle's Law
  • Avogadro's Law
  • Ideal Gas Equation
  • Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure
  • Kinetic-Molecular Theory
  • Graham's Law
  • Diffusion
  • Van der Waals equation
Chapter 13: Intermolecular Forces, Liquids, and Solids

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Liquid and solid states of matter in more detail, and particularly the forces responsible for their formation.
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Van der Waals forces
  • Hydrogen Bonding
  • Dynamic Equilibrium
  • Equilibrium vapor pressure
  • Critical Points
  • Lattice Structures
  • Phase Diagrams
  • Phase Changes
Chapter 14: Solutions and Their Behaviors

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Colligative properties and their dependence on relative numbers of solvent and solute particles in solution
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Vapor Pressure, Melting Point, Boiling Point, and Osmotic Pressure
  • Mole Fraction, Molality, and Weight percent
  • Enthalpy of Solution
  • Henry's Law
  • Raoult's Law
Chapter 15: Principles of Reactivity: Chemical Kinetics

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • The chemical kinetics, speed or rate, of a reaction under various conditions
  • Mechanisms, the sequence of events at the molecular level that controls the speed or outcome of the reaction
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Reaction rates
  • Mechanisms
  • Rate constants & reaction orders
  • Half life
  • Reaction energy diagrams & Transition states
  • Activation energies and complexes
  • Transition State Theory
  • Collision Theory
  • Rate determining steps
  • Catalysis
Chapter 16: Principles of Reactivity: Chemical Equilibrium

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Chemical reactions and reversibility
  • Equilibrium of closed systems
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Calculation Equilibrium constant expressions
  • Predicting reaction direction
  • Reaction quotient
  • Le Chatelier's principle
Chapter 17: Principles of Reactivity: Chemistry of Acids and Bases

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Different types of acids and bases
  • Understand acid, base behavior
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases
  • Auto-ionization
  • Hydronium ion
  • Amphoteric species
  • Conjugate acids and bases
  • pH
  • Equilibrium constants for acids and bases
  • Monoprotic and Polyprotic acids
  • Lewis Theory
  • Formation constants
Chapter 18: Principles of Reactivity: Other Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Acid-base chemistry with emphasis on the results of acid-base reactions
  • The control of acid base reactions
  • Selective precipitation
Students must also understand, apply, and justify the concepts of
  • Buffers
  • Common ion effect
  • Buffer solutions
  • Titration curves
  • Acid-based indicators
  • Solubility
  • Formation constant
Chapter 19: Principles of Reactivity: Entropy and Free Energy

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Assess heat transfer associated with changes in temperature and changes in state
  • Define and understand the state functions enthalpy and internal energy
  • Selective precipitation
  • Calculate the energy changes occurring in chemical reactions and learn how these changes are measured
Chapter 20: Principles of Reactivity: Electron Transfer Reactions

Students must recognize, explain and apply
  • Understand the concept of perpetual motion machines
  • Assess heat and spontaneity associated with its surroundings
  • Define, understand, and apply the Boltzman Equation for Entropy
  • Apply the second law of thermodynamics
  • Assess and apply Gibbs Free Energy and spontaneity to chemical reactions
 
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