CHEM:1070 Sections A, B, and C General Chemistry I (Fall 2017)

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1 CHEM:1070 Sections A, B, and C General Chemistry I (Fall 2017) Course Objectives CHEM:1070 provides students with an introduction to chemistry and is appropriate for students who have not had an advanced chemistry course in high school. Students will consider how scientific knowledge is acquired, applied, and communicated, as they explore many of the key concepts central to the science of chemistry. By working through example cases and practice problems, students will further develop their chemical content knowledge, critical thinking abilities, and problem solving skills. By the end of the course, successful students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of the structure and properties of chemical systems using the tools of the discipline including: models, data analysis, and the use of symbolic representations. Through participation in course activities students will gain experience in the practices of scientific investigators including: observation, logic, analysis, objectivity, precision, and clear communication. This course is part of the General Education Program (GEP) in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and can be used to fulfill part of the requirement in the Natural Sciences category. Course Content and Prerequisites Topics: measurement and units, matter and energy, stoichiometry and chemical equations, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms, periodic trends, molecular bonding and structure, gases, intermolecular forces, solution chemistry, equilibrium, oxidation-reduction reactions, and nuclear chemistry. Approved General Education Program (GEP): natural sciences. Prerequisites: proficiency with elementary algebra. Course Structure and Instructors CHEM:1070 consists of three components (lecture, discussion, & exams). Attendance is expected at all components of the course. Students should also expect to devote at least six hours per week to out-of-class homework and studying for this course (3 credits x 2 hours out-of-class time per credit). 1. Lectures Drs. Alexeeva and Larsen 2. Discussion Section A graduate teaching assistant (TA), see MyUI schedule 3. Exams Drs. Alexeeva and Larsen

2 Lecture C in MH Aud MWF 10:30 11:20 AM Lecture A in W290 CB MWF 1:30 2:20 PM Lecture B in MH Aud MWF 9:30 10:20 AM Instructor: Natalia Alexeeva Office: E309 CB Phone: (319) Instructor: Russell Larsen Office: E230 CB Phone: (319) Office hours (walk-in) Office hours (walk-in) M 12:30-2:00P T 12:30-2:00P W 12:30-2:00P Th 10:30-11:20A F 9:00-10:00A M 2:30-3:20P T 10-11:50A W 11:30A-12:20P Th 2:30-4:00P F 10:30A-11:20A in E309 CB in E230 CB Office hours can also be scheduled by appointment by ing your instructor. Link to: TA office hours Course lectures may be video captured and posted to ICON. TA Office Hours in Chemistry Resource Center Discussion teaching assistants (TAs) have scheduled office hours in the Chemistry Resource Center, E208 CB. In addition, TAs for other chemistry courses also use this room and may be able to offer assistance for general chemistry related questions. This room is normally open Mon.-Thurs. 8:30A 6:30P and Fri. 9:30A 3:30P and offers help on a walk-in basis. A full schedule of office hours will be posted on ICON by the second week of class. Link to: TA office hours Course Materials Electronic access is automatically provided as part of this class to: Introductory Chemistry Essentials, 6th ed., by Tro, with MasteringChemistry

3 You do not need to purchase a book for this course, e-homework and e-textbook are provided as part of your registration. However, if you prefer a paper copy of the textbook purchasing options are available from the local bookstores. Introductory Chemistry Essentials, 6th edition by Nivald Tro. 3-hole punch, loose leaf edition (ISBN: ) is about ~$65 and the hard cover edition (ISBN: ) ~$135 or rental for ~$53: UI Bookstore ( Iowa Book and Supply ( or Beat the Bookstore ( ) Course Administration Go to the Chemistry Center, Room E225 CB, for drop/add/section change signatures, make-up exam scheduling, and chemistry lost-and-found. Hours are M Th, 8AM 12PM & 1 5PM and F 8AM 12PM & 12:30 4:30PM. The Chemistry Center Coordinator is Trent Tappan, or Course Website CHEM: Iowa Courses Online (ICON) website URL = icon.uiowa.edu. Use your Hawk ID and Hawk ID password to login to ICON. This website includes links to the MasteringChemistry (homework) website. Lecture notes, practice exams, course announcements, exam room assignments, and other information will be posted on ICON. You should check ICON frequently during the semester. Discussion Section Discussion sections are limited to 28 students and complement the lectures. Discussion sections meet in C129 PC or C139 PC with times throughout the week as given on MyUI, and are lead by graduate teaching assistants (TAs). In Discussion, students ask questions and work problems to gain problem-solving experience. Discussion sections will meet the first week of classes (Aug ). Up to four points are awarded for participation in discussion activities, with a maximum of 40 points during the semester. Points will be removed for tardiness, disruptive behavior, and/or lack of engagement during discussion sessions. Grading Semester grades will be based on three 1½ -hour unit exams, a 2-hour final exam, homework, and discussion section participation; plus and minus grades will be awarded.

4 Point categories will be updated with point values before beginning of class. 3 Unit Exams = 420 pts (47%) Final Exam = 185 pts (21%) MasteringChemistry homework = 175 pts (20%) Quizzes = 70 pts (8%) Discussion/Activity points = 40 pts (4%) Total = 890 pts (100%) A curve will be used to assign final grades based on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences recommended distribution of grades as summarized in the table and graph below. However, if you obtain greater than 500 pts you will obtain a C- or better and if you obtain greater than 555 points you will obtain a C or better. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has asked that A+ grades be used only for extraordinary course performance. This level will be approximately the 99th-percentile and above in this course. Recommended Grade Distribution of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for Elementary Courses Grade % of Class A 15 B 34 C 40 D 8 F 3

5 Average GPA = 2.5 out 4.0, Plus & minus grades will be awarded. Examinations There are three 1½ -hour unit exams and a 2-hour cumulative final exam. Exams are multiple choice. Students should bring a #2 pencil, their University ID, and a basic scientific calculator, such as a TI30X or TI30Xa, to each exam. Graphing calculators, programmable calculators, or data transmitting devices (e.g., PDA, laptop, cell phone, smart watches/activity trackers) will NOT be allowed at the exams. Exam rooms will be announced in class and posted on the ICON website the week prior to each exam. Review sessions are typically presented Sunday night prior to each exam (1-3) and will be announced on ICON. Exam #1: Monday, September 18, 8:45-10:15 PM Chapters 1-5 Exam #2: Monday, October 16, 8:45-10:15 PM Chapters 6-9 Exam #3: Monday, November 13, 8:45-10:15 PM Chapters Final Exam (Chapters 1-17): Week of Dec th. The final examination date and time will be announced by the Registrar generally by the fifth week of classes. Once the final exam schedule has been finalized by the Registrar, the final examination date and time for this course will be posted on the course ICON site. Do not plan your end of the semester travel plans until the final exam schedule is made public. It is your responsibility to know the date, time, and place of the final exam. Once the registrar determines the schedule, students will view their individual final exam schedules via MyUI. Log into MyUI. Under "Student Information" click on the "More" box. Under "Courses and Grades" select "Final Exam Schedule." Select your session (ie., Fall 2017) The Final Exam Assignments page will contain both the final exam schedule and the qualified final exam conflicts for the selected session. Make-Up Examinations To qualify for a make-up examination, the exam absence must be due to illness, religious obligations, recognized University activities, unavoidable circumstances or have prior instructor permission. Excused absence forms are required and are available

6 on the ICON website or at Proper written documentation must be submitted to the Chemistry Center before 5 PM of the day prior to the make-up exam. Thanksgiving travel or other vacation/travel plans are NOT recognized as a valid excuse for the purpose of taking a make-up exam. Penalties to be assigned by the instructor, up to and including a zero score on the exam, will apply for absences not meeting these requirements. Makeup exams booklets will not be returned to the students but are available for review by contacting the course instructor. The make-up exams will be held in any changes will be posted on the ICON website. Exam #1: Friday, September 22, 6:30 8:00 PM in W290 CB Chapters 1-5 Exam #2: Friday, October 20, 6:30 8:00 PM in W290 CB Chapters 6-9 Exam #3: Friday, November 17, 6:30 8:00 PM in W290 CB Chapters The Mastery-level rule On exams #1, #2, and #3 only, if a student obtains a score which is more than 25 points lower than the median score, the student is eligible to sign-up and take the "Mastery Exam" to earn points up to the median minus 25 points. For example, if the exam median was 100 points and a student scored 60 points on the exam, the student could take the make-up exam, and if the student scored 75 points or above, 15 points would be added to the student s exam score to bring their total up to 75 points (i.e. the cap of the original exam median minus 25 points). If the student scored 65 points on the make-up exam, 5 points would be added. If the student scored 60 points or less on the make-up, no points would be added (or removed). These Mastery-level points will be recorded separately in the gradebook and will be added to the student s total score after the course curve is determined so that these points do not change the overall curve. Students must sign-up for the make-up exam ( and students with scores above the median minus 25 points are not eligible to take the mastery exam. Mastery Exam #1: Friday, September 22, 6:30 8:00 PM in W10 PBB Chapters 1-5 Mastery Exam #2: Friday, October 20, 6:30 8:00 PM in W10 PBB Chapters 6-9 Mastery Exam #3: Monday, November 27, 8:45-10:15 PM in W10 PBB Chapters Final Exam Conflicts A student with two final examinations scheduled for the same period or more than two examinations scheduled for the same day will be notified by the Registrar that they are

7 eligible for scheduling a makeup final exam. However, students are required to contact the instructors of the courses involved to register their intent to take advantage of this opportunity and must do so within two weeks (14 days) of being notified by the Office of the Registrar of their final examination week schedule. During fall semesters, courses having lower subject alpha characters will take precedence in deciding on the course to be rescheduled. Online Homework MasteringChemistry is an Internet-based homework system that helps students to improve their problem-solving skills and conceptual understanding of chemistry. MasteringChemistry scores represent about 20% of the course total. There will be 15 end-of-chapter assignments throughout the semester, approximately one per chapter. The first assignment (MC2) is a practice assignment and the score will not be counted. Each of the remaining 14 assignments will be scored (with maximum of 13.5 points each). For each assignment, extra credit exercises will also be available within the assignment. Points obtained by working the extra credit exercises will be added to the chapter assignment score, up to a maximum score of 13.5 total points. In effect, the extra credit points on the assignment can serve to make-up for small point losses elsewhere in the main assignment. Homework assignments will typically be due the day before the first lecture of the next chapter (see schedule). A point penalty will be applied to homework problems submitted after the due date, and after 3-days after the due date, no additional credit can be earned. Over the entire course a value of 175 points for all assignments will be defined as full credit. This is similar (but more flexible) to dropping the lowest assignment at the end of the course. This "drop policy" is in place to accommodate the possibility of under achieving on an assignment due to illness or other circumstance. For this reason, extensions will only be granted for approved circumstances that preclude completing homework for an extended period of time. In such a case, you should contact your course instructor. To access MasteringChemistry, please use the link provided on the CHEM:1070-ICON website. You will need to create your homework account using the instructions given on ICON (here) and the access code: PSCICT-ASSAD-PARRY-DUQUE-MIMIR-WWRSE Quiz points There a quiz associated with each lecture. These quizzes will be due at 11:59PM the same day as the lecture is given. Each quiz will be worth a maximum of 2 points. Each of the 40 quizzes will be scored, but over the entire course a value of 70 points will be defined as full credit. Thus, a student can miss up points or quizzes over the semester and still obtain full credit in the quiz category.

8 Academic Honesty You are expected to do your own work, as stated in the Examinations: The instructors may employ statistical software to examine student answer sheets to identify copying on exams. Cheating will not be tolerated. See also the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences policy and procedures under Academic Honesty (vide infra). MasteringChemistry homework: You must complete your own e-homework. Study groups can provide an effective means to learn chemistry. However, even if you work with others to develop problem solving strategies for the homework problems, you must do your own work for answers that you submit to be graded. Beyond study groups, additional assistance is available through faculty and TA office hours. (The hours will be posted on ICON). Quizzes: You must complete your own quiz. However, the quizzes are open note, open book, and you can talk to others about the quiz questionsto define problem solving strategies, but you must do your own work in obtaining your response. (Similarly, you can provide help to others by explaining the relevent chemistry, but you should be giving help not answers.) Resources for Students 1. Chemistry Resource Center, E208 CB, open Mon.-Thurs. 8:30AM 5:30PM and Fri. 9:30AM 3:30PM. All chemistry TAs hold office hours in this center. These office hours offer walk-in assistance to students seeking help to strengthen their chemistry knowledge and problem solving skills. 2. University Housing Tutoring, 3. Tutor Resources and Supplemental Instruction, Student Classroom Behavior The ability to learn is lessened when students engage in inappropriate classroom behavior that distracts others; such behaviors are a violation of the Code of Student Life. When disruptive activity occurs, a University instructor has the authority to determine classroom-seating patterns and/or to request that a student exit immediately for the remainder of the period. One-day suspensions are reported to appropriate departmental, collegiate, and student services personnel (Office of the Vice President for Student Services and Dean of Students).

9 Complaints Students are encouraged to first meet with their professors with their concerns about course aspects, TAs, lectures, or exams. Complaints and appeals regarding the course, instructors, or TAs can be filed with Professor Jim Gloer, Chemistry Department Chair, E331 CB, , Scheduling changes and other modifications to the syllabus Although the schedule and policies given in this syllabus are expected to accurately outline the course, in the event that modifications are necessary, the modifications will be posted on the ICON course website. Such posting will take precedence. Fall 2017 University Deadlines for CHEM:1070- General Chemistry I Date Begin Date 08/21/2017 End Date 12/08/2017 Last day for tuition & fee reduction if you drop the course or reduce hours (See Note below) 09/01/2017 Last day to add without dean's approval 09/01/2017 Last day to drop without a "W" 09/01/2017 Last day to drop without dean's approval, undergraduate 10/30/2017 Note: If you terminate enrollment in every course (even if enrolled in only one course), it is considered a withdrawal of your entire registration, and you will be held to a percentage of the tuition and fee assessment for that course or those courses. See Financial Consequences When Student Drops or Withdraws College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Policies and Procedures* (

10 Administrative Home The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the administrative home of this course and governs matters such as the add/drop deadlines, the second-grade-only option, and other related issues. Different colleges may have different policies. Questions may be addressed to 120 Schaeffer Hall, or see the CLAS Academic Policies Handbook at Electronic Communication University policy specifies that students are responsible for all official correspondences sent to their University of Iowa address Faculty and students should use this account for correspondences (Operations Manual, III.15.2, k.11). Accommodations for Disabilities The University of Iowa and the CHEM:1070 instructors are committed to providing an educational experience that is accessible to all students. A student may request academic accommodations for a disability (which includes but is not limited to mental health, attention, learning, vision, and physical or health-related conditions). A student seeking academic accommodations should first register with Student Disability Services (SDS) then go to the chemistry center (E225) to make particular arrangements. In some cases, it may also be useful to meet with a course instructor privately in the instructor's office to make particular arrangements. Reasonable accommodations are established through an interactive process among the student, chemistry center & instructor, and SDS. For more information, see Academic Honesty All CLAS students or students taking classes offered by CLAS have, in essence, agreed to the College's Code of Academic Honesty: "I pledge to do my own academic work and to excel to the best of my abilities, upholding the IOWA Challenge. I promise not to lie about my academic work, to cheat, or to steal the words or ideas of others; nor will I help fellow students to violate the Code of Academic Honesty." Any student committing academic misconduct is reported to the College and placed on disciplinary probation or may be suspended or expelled (CLAS Academic Policies Handbook). CLAS Final Examination Policies The final examination schedule for each class is announced around the fifth week of the semester by the Registrar. Final exams are offered only during the official final examination period. No exams of any kind are allowed during the last week of classes. All students should plan on being at the UI through the final examination period. Once the Registrar has announced the dates and times of each final exam, the complete schedule will be published on the Registrar's web site. Making a Suggestion or a Complaint

11 Week Date Day Lecture Content ICON Quiz # Due Dates Homework Due Dates** 1 Aug 21 M Aug 23 W Course Intro./Chap 1 - World of Chemistry Chap 2 - Measurement and Problem Solving IQ1 IQ2 Aug 25 F Chap 2 IQ3 2 Aug 28 M Chap 2/ Chap 3 - Matter and Energy Aug 30 W Chap 3 IQ5 MC2 PM) IQ4 Sept 1 F Chap 3 IQ6 3 Sept 4 M Labor Day - no classes Sept 6 W Chap 4 Atoms and Elements Sept 8 F Chap 4 IQ8 4 Sept 11 M Chap 5 - Molecules and Compounds Sept 13 W Chap 5 IQ10 Sept 15 F Chap 5 IQ11 5 Sept 18 M Optional review lecture Sept 18 M Sept 20 W Exam #1 Ch 1-5, 8:45-10:15 PM Chap 6 - Chemical Composition IQ7 MC3 (9/6) IQ9 MC4 (9/12) IQ12 Sept 22 F Chap 6 IQ13 MC5 (9/19) Sept 22 F Make-up EXAM #1 6:30 PM, W290 CB and Mastery Exam 1 time/location to be posted Sign-up by 5PM-9/21: Sept 25 M Chap 7 - Chemical Reactions Sept 27 W Chap 7 IQ15 Sept 29 F Chap 7 IQ16 7 Oct 2 M Chap 8 - Quantities in Chemical Reactions Oct 4 W Chap 8 IQ18 IQ14 MC6 (9/26) IQ17 MC7 (10/3)

12 Oct 6 F Chap 8 IQ19 8 Oct 9 M Chap 9 - Atoms and the Periodic Table Oct 11 W Chap 9 IQ21 Oct 13 F Chap 9 IQ22 9 Oct 16 M Optional review lecture Oct 16 M Oct 18 W Exam #2 Ch 6-9 8:45-10:15 PM Chap 10 - Chemical Bonding IQ20 MC8 (10/10) IQ23 Oct 20 F Chap 10 IQ24 MC9 (10/17) Oct 20 F Make-up and Mastery Exam #2 Sign-up by 5PM-10/19: 10 Oct 23 M Chap 11 - Gases IQ25 MC10 Oct 25 W Chap 11 IQ26 Oct 27 F Chap 11 IQ27 11 Oct 30 M Chap 12 - Intermolecular Forces Nov 1 W Chap 12 IQ29 IQ28 MC11 (10/31) Nov 3 F Chap 13 - Solutions IQ30 MC12 (11/4) 12 Nov 6 M Chap 13 IQ31 Nov 8 W Chap 14 - Acids & Bases Nov 10 F Chap 14 IQ33 13 Nov 13 M Optional review lecture Nov 13 M Nov 15 W Nov 17 F Nov 17 F Exam #3 Ch :45-10:15 PM Chap 14 Acid-base equilibria Lecture Chap 15 - Chemical Equilibrium Make-up Exam #3 6:30 PM, W290 CB IQ32 MC13 (11/9) IQ34 IQ35 MC14A & CQ14A (11/14) Sign-up by 5PM-11/16:

13 14 Nov Thanksgiving Break-no classes Mastery Exam #3- Time and location to be announced Nov 27 M Chap 15 IQ36 MC14B 11/28) Nov 29 W Chap 16 - Oxidation Reduction IQ37 MC15 (11/30) Dec 1 F Chap 16 IQ38 15 Dec 4 M 16 Chap 17 - Nuclear Chemistry IQ39 Dec 6 W Chap 17 IQ40 Dec 8 F Review MC16_17(12/9) Dec TBA Final Exam - Ch 1-17 (No MC or IQ after 12/10/2016) Students with a suggestion or complaint should first visit with the instructor (and the course supervisor), and then with the departmental DEO. Complaints must be made within six months of the incident (CLAS Academic Policies Handbook). Understanding Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment subverts the mission of the University and threatens the well-being of students, faculty, and staff. All members of the UI community have a responsibility to uphold this mission and to contribute to a safe environment that enhances learning. Incidents of sexual harassment should be reported immediately. See the UI Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator for assistance, definitions, and the full University policy. Reacting Safely to Severe Weather In severe weather, class members should seek appropriate shelter immediately, leaving the classroom if necessary. The class will continue if possible when the event is over. For more information on Hawk Alert and the siren warning system, visit the Department of Public Safety website.

14 Anticipated Schedule for CHEM:1070 (Fall 2017) Lecture sections A and B: Dr. Larsen will deliver the lectures for all chapters. Lecture section C: Dr. Alexeeva will deliver the lectures for all chapters. **Homework (MC) and lecture quiz due dates, including any changes, will be displayed within the assignments section of ICON.

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