Chemistry-Study and teaching; Outlines; Syllabi and course descriptions
Syllabus by Professor Steinmetz for a general chemistry course. Chemistry 1a is an introductory course in chemistry that is designed for two groups, those who wish a survey of molecular science and those who plan to concentrate in one of the...
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Chemistry-Study and teaching; Homework; Problem solving
Introduction: Use the approach outlined in the handout "How To Solve Equilibrium Problems" to solve the following problems related to the hydrogenation reaction. Use partial pressure as the concentration unit for the gaseous species.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Homework; Chemical processes
Introduction: Using materials commonly found in the home, your garage, and car (e.g. battery acid), propose procedures for the following chemical operations. You also have access to rocks in the back yard that are covered with lichens. Acid-base...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Homework; Chemical reactions
Introduction: Write a balanced, net ionic equation for the reactions that occur when aqueous solutions of the following pairs of reagents are mixed. A reaction does not occur in every case. Once class of reaction is represented in each case.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Homework; Solvents; Chemical reactions
Introduction: In class we examined the structure of water and the physical and chemical consequences of the structure. This analysis provided an understanding of the solubility of polar and non-polar substances in water and the nature of acids and...