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<ul><li><p>Chem301DescriptiveInorganicChemistry</p><p>Spring2018 3Credits</p><p>Syllabus</p><p>MeetingTime:MWF9:10-10:00 Room:TroyG005</p><p>Prerequisite:Chem106withaCorbetter</p><p>Instructor:JeremyLessmann Officelocation:Fulmer311 Phone:335-2098 </p><p>Email:jlessman@wsu.edu OfficeHours: W10-11,Tu9:30-10:30</p><p>Coursewebsite:ThecoursewillusetheBlackboardlearningmanagementsystem</p><p>CourseMaterials:Requiredtext:DescriptiveInorganicChemistry,GeoffRayner-CanhamandTinaOverton,6thEd.,Freeman,2014(ISBN:978-1-4641-2557-7)</p><p>StudentLearningOutcomesAttheendofthiscourse,studentsshouldbeableto:</p><p>CourseTopics/Dates</p><p>EvaluationofOutcome:Thisoutcomewillbeevaluatedprimarilyby:</p><p>1.Describetheorganizationoftheelementsintheperiodictablebasedonelectronconfiguration,atomicradii,ionizationenergies,andelectronaffinities.2.DescribeandapplybondingconceptsintermsoftheLewismodelandtheionicmodel,predictshapesofmoleculesbasedontheVSEPRmodel,anddescribeioniccompoundsusingthebasicideasofcrystalpacking3.Applythermodynamicprinciples,includinglatticeandbondenergies,toevaluatethestabilityofinorganiccompounds4.Distinguishandapplyacid-basetheoriestopredicttheoutcomeofinorganicreactions5.Applyconceptsanddatarelatingoxidation-reductionreactionstopredicttheoutcomeofinorganicreactions6.Describetheperiodictrendsinreactivity.7.Describethepredominantfeaturesoftheelementsbasedontheirpositionintheperiodictable(hydrogen,Groups1,2,13,14,15,16,17,and18)8.Describeandnamethestructurescommonlyobservedfortransitionmetalcomplexes.9.Describethepredominantstructuralfeaturesandreactivityofthecompoundsofthe3dtransitionmetals.10.Describethepredominantstructuralfeaturesandreactivityofthecompoundsofthe4dand5dtransitionmetals.11.DescribethepredominantstructuralfeaturesandreactivityofthecompoundsoftheGroup12metals.12.Recognizecommon,stableorganometallictransitionmetalcompounds.</p><p>Week1Weeks2and3Week4Week5Week6Weeks7-11Week12Week12and13Weeks13and14Week14Week14</p><p>Exam1andQuiz1Exam1andQuiz2Exam1andQuiz3Exam1andQuiz4Exam1andQuiz5Exam2andQuizzes6-10Exam2andQuiz11Exam2andQuiz12Exam2andQuiz12FinalExamFinalExamAlltopicswillbere-evaluatedbythefinalexam.</p></li><li><p>AssignmentsTherewillbeungradedin-classexercisesandfollow-upassignments.TheanswerkeysforthesewillbepostedonBlackboardbuttheywillnotbegraded.Therewillbetwoin-classhourexamsandtwelvein-classquizzesaswellasacomprehensivefinal. Ofthetwelvequizzes,tenwillcounttowardsthefinalgradewithlowesttwoscoresdropped.Therewillbenomakeupsquizzes.Therewillbeten(14?)homeworkassignmentsthatwillcomeprimarilyfromthetextbookandtheywillbedueonWednesdayandcoverthematerialthroughthepreviousFriday.ThequizzesonthesamematerialwillbeonthefollowingFriday.</p><p>GradingPolicy 2HourExams 2X150 300points 10BestHomework 10X25 250</p><p>10BestQuizzes 10X20 200 Final 250 250 Total 1000points</p><p>GradesarebasedonthetotalpointsandwillbenolowerthananAfor90-100%,aBfor80-90%,aCfor70-80%andaDfor60-70%.Therewillalsobe+and-grades.</p><p>Weektoweekcourseoutlinewithtopicsandassignments(Sincethisisthefirsttimethiscoursehasbeentaughtsometopicsmayshiftorbechangedasneeded.)</p><p>Week Readingtopics AssignmentsandExams1:Jan.812 Chptr.1TheElectronicStructureoftheAtom:A</p><p>ReviewChptr.2TheStructureofthePeriodicTable</p><p>None</p><p>2:Jan.15*-19 Chptr.3CovalentBondingandMolecularSpectroscopy</p><p>Homework1(W),Quiz1(F)</p><p>3:Jan.2226 Chptr.4MetallicBondingandAlloys(4.1,4.3,4.4)andChptr.5:IonicBondingandSolid-StateStructures(5.1-5.4)</p><p>Homework2(W),Quiz2(F)</p><p>4:Jan.29Feb.2 Chptr.6WhyCompoundsExist-InorganicThermodynamics</p><p>Homework3(W),Quiz3(F)</p><p>5:Feb.59 Chptr.7SolventSystemsandAcid-BaseBehavior Homework4(W),Quiz4(F)6:Feb.1216 Chptr.8OxidationandReduction(8.18.9) Homework5(W),Quiz5(F)7:Feb.19*23 Chptr.9PeriodicPatterns</p><p>Chptr.10HydrogenChptr.11TheGroup1Elements:TheAlkaliMetals(11.111.6)</p><p>Homework6(W),Exam1(Chapters1through8)(F)</p><p>8:Feb.26March2 Chptr.11TheGroup1Elements:TheAlkaliMetals(11.711.14)Chptr.12TheGroup2Elements:TheAlkalineEarthMetalsChptr.13TheGroup13Elements(13.113.5)</p><p>Homework7(W),Quiz6</p><p>9:March59 Chptr.13TheGroup13Elements(13.613.11)Chptr.14TheGroup14Elements</p><p>Homework8(W),Quiz7(F)</p><p>March1216 SpringVacation 10:March1923 Chptr.15TheGroup15Elements:ThePnictogens</p><p>Chptr.16TheGroup16Elements:TheChalcogens(16.116.8)</p><p>Homework9(W),Quiz8(F)</p><p>11:March2630 Chptr.16TheGroup16Elements:TheChalcogens(16.916.22)</p><p>Homework10(W),Quiz9(F)</p></li><li><p>Chptr.17TheGroup17Elements:TheHalogensChptr.18TheGroup18Elements:TheNobleGases</p><p>Week Readingtopics AssignmentsandExams12:April26 Chptr.19TransitionMetalComplexes(19.119.5,</p><p>19.14-19.15)Chptr.20The3dTransitionMetals(20.120.10)</p><p>Homework11(W),Quiz10(F)</p><p>13:April913 Chptr.20The3dTransitionMetals(20.1120.13)Chptr.21The4dand5dTransitionMetals(21.121.6)</p><p>Homework12(W),Exam2(Chapters9through20.10)(F)</p><p>14:April16-20 Chptr.21The4dand5dTransitionMetals(21.721.12)Chptr.22TheGroup12Elements</p><p>Homework13(W),Quiz11(F)</p><p>15:April23-27 Chptr23OrganometallicChemistry(selectedtopics)andReview</p><p>Homework14(W),Quiz12(F)</p><p>16:May1 Tuesday8-10 ComprehensiveFinalExam</p><p>*Jan.15istheMartinLutherKingholiday,February19isthePresidentsDayholiday</p><p>AttendancepolicyRegularattendanceisexpectedinordertobesuccessfulinthiscourse.Ifyouknowthatyouwillmissanexam,quiz,inclassproblem,ortheduedateforahomeworkassignmentforreasonsbeyondyourcontrol,youareexpectedtomakearrangementsinadvanceforanyaccommodationthatmaybepossible.Ingeneral,lateexamsorquizzesarenotavailable.</p><p>StudentswithDisabilitiesReasonableaccommodationsareavailableforstudentswithadocumenteddisability.Ifyouhaveadisabilityandneedaccommodationstofullyparticipateinthisclass,pleaseeithervisitorcalltheAccessCenter(WashingtonBuilding217;509-335-3417)toscheduleanappointmentwithanAccessAdvisor.AllaccommodationsMUSTbeapprovedthroughtheAccessCenter.FormoreinformationcontactaDisabilitySpecialist.</p><p>AcademicIntegrityIencourageyoutoworkwithclassmatesonassignments.However,eachstudentmustturninoriginalwork.Nocopyingwillbeaccepted.StudentswhoviolateWSU'sStandardsofConductforStudentswillreceiveazeroontheassignmentandmayreceiveanFasafinalgradeinthiscourse,andwillbereportedtotheOfficeStudentStandardsandAccountability.CheatingisdefinedintheStandardsforStudentConductWAC504-26-010(3).Itisstronglysuggestedthatyoureadandunderstandthesedefinitions.</p><p>SafetyandEmergencyNotificationWashingtonStateUniversityiscommittedtoenhancingthesafetyofthestudents,faculty,staff,andvisitors.ItishighlyrecommendedthatyoureviewtheCampusSafetyPlan(http://safetyplan.wsu.edu/)andvisittheOfficeofEmergencyManagementwebsite(http://oem.wsu.edu/)foracomprehensivelistingofuniversitypolicies,procedures,statistics,andinformationrelatedtocampussafety,emergencymanagement,andthehealthandwelfareofthecampuscommunity.</p></li></ul>

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