"What’s Due This Week" Schedule for CH 151 Summer 2017
Problem Sets and Labs can be found in the Chemistry 151 Companion and on our website (http://mhchem.org/151)
The textbook for this class is free and available here: http://mhchem.org/text/GChem.pdf


Week Dates Assignment
1 6/26 Introduction to course
    Lecture: Chapter 1 Part I
    Lab #1: Eight Bottles
     
  6/27 Lecture: Chapter 1 Part II
    Lab #2: Problem Solving - The Dimensional Analysis Method - lab due Monday, July 3 at 8 AM
     
  6/28 Problem Set #1: Chapter 1
    Quiz #1 - Conversions, Significant Figures, the Metric System, etc.
    Lecture: Chapter 2 and Chapter 3, Part I (Nomenclature)
     
2 7/3 Problem Set #2: Chapter 1
    Quiz #2 - Chemical History, Isotopes, etc.
    Lab #3: Chemical Formulas - Nomenclature
     
  7/4 No school - 4th of July Holiday!
     
  7/5 Lecture: Chapter 2 and Chapter 3, Part II (gram/mole/atom manipulations)
    Lab #4: Determination of the Density of Liquids and Solids
     
3 7/10 Problem Set #3: Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 (no balancing of equations)
    Quiz #3 - Nomenclature only
    Lab #5: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Models
     
  7/11 Midterm Exam (covers Chapters 1 - 3); bring scantron, calculator, pencil, no make up if missed
    Lecture: More Chapter 3 Part I (Balancing Equations)
     
  7/12 Problem Set #4: Chapter 3 (balancing of equations)
    Quiz #4 - Balancing Chemical Equations
    Lecture: More Chapter 3 Part II (Manipulating Chemical Equations)
     
4 7/17 Lecture: Chapter 6 (Atomic Orbitals and Electrons)
    Lab #6: Chemical Equations and Reaction Types
     
  7/18 Problem Set #5: Chapter 3 (Manipulating Chemical Equations) and Chapter 6
    Quiz #5 - Manipulating Chemical Equations only
    Lab #7: Percent Potassium Chlorate in a Mixture
     
  7/19 Final Exam - covers all chapters, no make up if missed; bring scantron, calculator, pencil, KClO3 lab

Problem Sets are due on the date listed
Labs are due on the following class period unless stated otherwise
Quizzes are all "show your work" and last about 30 minutes
The Midterm and Final use a mix of multiple choice and show your work questions and last about two hours

All dates subject to change.
Attendance during all laboratory sessions is mandatory. No make up lab sessions will be provided.
Class meets at 8 AM in AC 2501 on MTW during the first four weeks of summer quarter


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Professor of Chemistry at Mt. Hood Community College
Gresham, Oregon, USA 97030