CHEM 3411 Physical Chemistry I Course Syllabus Fall 2016

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1 CHEM 3411 Physical Chemistry I Course Syllabus Fall 2016 Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Edgewater Hall #255, , Course Description: Number and Title: CHEM 3411 (CRN 80162) Physical Chemistry I Credit Hours: 30 semester credit hours Catalog Description: A study of physical chemistry including topics in thermodynamics (ideal and real gases, chemical equilibrium), chemical kinetics (rates of reactions, transport properties of materials) and liquid and solid state theory Course Prerequisites and Co-requisites: Pre-requisites: CHEM 1212 with a minimum US grade of C and: CHEM 1212L with a minimum US grade of C and PHYS 2212 with a minimum US grade of C and MATH 2502 with a minimum US grade of C Computer Requirement: 1

2 Each CSU student is required to have ready access throughout the semester to a notebook computer that meets faculty-approved hardware and software requirements for the student's academic program Students will sign a statement attesting to such access For further information on CSU's Official Notebook Computer Policy, please go to Everyday coursework in class will not require the use of a computer Therefore, unless there is a compelling reason, cleared through the instructor, students should not have their computers open during the lectures or exams Dr Lyon's campus address is This course has a web page which can be accessed through my home page at Once you have accessed the course web page, you may wish to "bookmark" this site as you will refer to it often during the semester Computer Skill Prerequisites: Able to use the Windows TM operating system Able to use Microsoft Word TM word processing Able to use Microsoft Excel Able to use Microsoft PowerPoint Able to send and receive using Outlook TM or Outlook Express TM Only use your CSU account or the system associated with the class to communicate academic information to your instructor Able to attach and retrieve attached files via Able to use a Web browser Able to retrieve files via a web page In-class Use of Student Notebook Computers: Student notebook computers are not required for use in the classroom in this course Students will use the computer to communicate with the instructor and to access course materials Course Objectives: By the end of the course, students will: have a deeper understanding of the physical chemistry principles introduced in introductory chemistry 2

3 be able to apply the concepts, methods, and techniques of thermodynamics to chemical systems and make predictions for these systems be able to derive rate laws for simple chemical processes from proposed mechanisms Student Learning Outcomes: BS in Chemistry outcomes: CHEM 3411 supports outcomes 1, 3, 4, and 6 of the chemistry major: Outcome 1: demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of major fields of chemistry Outcome 3: demonstrate knowledge of technology related to chemistry, including laboratory instrumentation Outcome 4: apply knowledge of physics and mathematics to solve chemical problems Outcome 6: collect, evaluate and interpret scientific data, and employ critical thinking to solve problems in chemistry and supporting fields BS in Biology outcomes: CHEM 3411 supports outcomes 7 of the biology major: Outcome 7 Collaborate with other students inside and outside the biology discipline Term: Fall Semester 2016 Instructor Information: Dr Jonathan Lyon Phone: (678)

4 Fax: (678) Internet: Office: Lakeview Discovery and Science Center, Room # 235H Office Hours: Tuesday: 10:00 AM 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM 2:00 PM, & 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Wednesday: 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Thursday: 1:00 PM 2:00 PM & 3:30 PM 4:30 PM or by appointments scheduled more than 24 hours in advance Class Meetings: CRN Instructor Days Times Room J Lyon T, Th 2:10 pm 3:25 pm LDSC 155 Textbook Information: Text: 2014 Atkins and de Paula, Physical Chemistry, 10 th edition, Freeman, Text Coverage: Chapters 1-6, Suggested Optional Text: 2013 Mortimer, Mathematics for Physical Chemistry, 4 th edition, Elsevier, Evaluation: Component Points 4

5 In-class examinations 100 points each 300 Final examination* 200 Assigned Homework 100 TOTAL 600 *The final examination will be comprehensive Grading: Letter Grade Percentage Range A % B 75-85% C 65-75% D 55-65% F below 55% Mid-term Progress Report The mid-term grade in this course will be issued on or before October 4 th and reflects approximately 20% of the entire course grade Based on this grade, students may choose to withdraw from the course and receive a grade of "W" Students pursuing this option must fill out an official withdrawal form, available in the Office of the Registrar, by mid-term, which occurs on October 7 th Instructions for withdrawing are provided at this link The last day to withdraw without academic accountability is October 7 th 5

6 Tentative Course Schedule: The instructor reserves the right to change the schedule as necessary and will communicate any changes clearly to the class Dates Topic Chapter August 16, 18, 23 August 25, 30, September 1 September 5 September 6, 8, 13 Introduction Math Review 1: Differentiation and Integration Properties of Gasses Math Review 2: Multivariate Calculus The First Law of Thermodynamics Labor Day Break (No classes on campus) The Second Law of Thermodynamics Thursday, September 15 Exam 1 1, 2, 3 September 20, 22 September 27, 29, October 4, 6 October 7 October 8-11 October 6, 13, 18 Thursday, October 20 Physical Transformations of Pure Substances Simple Mixtures 5 Mid-Term (Last day to withdraw without academic penalty) Fall Break (No Classes) Chemical Equilibrium 6 Exam 2 4, 5, 6 October 25 Molecules in Motion 19 October 27, November 1, 3, 8 Rates of Chemical Reactions

7 November 10, 15, 17 November 21 December 5 November Tuesday, November 22 November 29, December 1 Reaction Dynamics and Solids Course/Instructor Evaluation Period Thanksgiving Break (No Classes) Exam 3 Special Topics, Catch up 21, 22 19, 20, 21, 22 December 5 Last Day of Classes Tuesday, December 6* Final Exam (comprehensive) 1-6 and *The Final Exam for this class is currently scheduled for December 6 at 2:45 PM See for the most up to date exam schedule for CSU Course Policies: General Policy Students must abide by policies in the Clayton State University Student Handbook, and the Basic Undergraduate Student Responsibilities The Student Handbook is part of the Academic Catalog and Student Handbook, which begins on page 6 Assignments: Problems will be assigned throughout the semester These assignments will vary in length and format, may be given in-class or as homework, and will be graded Details for each assignment will be announced in class and/or posted on the course website You may work on these assignments with your classmates (unless otherwise instructed), but each student must submit their own work for grading (either online or to the instructor, depending on the assignment) Late Policy: 7

8 Assignments due in class will be collected at the beginning of the class period Work turned in after this is considered late No assignments will be accepted via unless specified by the instructor Late policy with regards to exams: If a student has an excused absence on an exam day, the student's final exam percentage score will be used in place of the missed exam score No make-up exams will be given In order for an absence to be considered excused, the student must contact the instructor within 24 hours and provide a written excuse from a doctor or other competent authority Without a valid excuse, a grade of zero points will be assigned for any missed exam Late policy with regards to homework: Homework is due at the start of class on the due date Late homework is deducted 10% per day The final examination must be taken Students missing the final examination should contact their instructor concerning the applicability of an Incomplete grade Additional Problems: The Physical Chemistry Sequence is regarded by most chemists to be some of the most challenging courses towards the chemistry degree This course demands and expects at least two hours of work per night Reading assignments are tentatively made on this syllabus The student is expected to complete problems from the textbook upon completion of each topic in class However, these will not be collected or graded Completion of these problems is your responsibility University Attendance Policy: Students are expected to attend and participate in every class meeting Instructors establish specific policies relating to absences in their courses and communicate these policies to the students through the course syllabi Individual instructors, based upon the nature of the course, determine what effect excused and unexcused absences have in determining grades and upon students ability to remain enrolled in their courses The university reserves the right to determine that excessive absences, whether justified or not, are sufficient cause for institutional withdrawals or failing grades Course Attendance Policy: Attendance is expected for all class periods Attendance is required for all examination periods It is your responsibility to sign the roll sheet at every class meeting you attend This roll sheet is the instructor's official record You will be held responsible for all announcements and material covered in lecture in addition to text, references, hand-outs and study guides Note: Lectures will contain valuable explanations of content and thought processes which are 8

9 difficult for most students to extract from the text book on their own Therefore, regular attendance is strongly encouraged Academic Dishonesty: Any type of activity that is considered dishonest by reasonable standards may constitute academic misconduct The most common forms of academic misconduct are cheating and plagiarism Cheating in any form will not be tolerated All instances of academic dishonesty will result in a grade of zero for the work involved All instances of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Office of Community Standards Judicial procedures are described beginning on page 19 in the section of the Academic Catalog and Student Handbook titled, Procedures for Adjudicating Alleged Academic Conduct Infractions Disruption of the Learning Environment: Behavior which disrupts the teaching learning process during class activities will not tolerated While a variety of behaviors can be disruptive in a classroom setting, more serious examples include belligerent, abusive, profane, and/or threatening behavior A student who fails to respond to reasonable faculty direction regarding classroom behavior and/or behavior while participating in classroom activities may be dismissed from class or have points deducted from their grade A student who is dismissed is entitled to due process and will be afforded such rights as soon as possible following dismissal If found in violation, a student may be administratively withdrawn and may receive a grade of WF More detailed descriptions of examples of disruptive behavior are provided in the Clayton State University Academic Catalog and Student Handbook starting on page 14 Exams: There will be three (3) in-class examinations and one 2-hour final (comprehensive) The use of a calculator is required for all examinations A laptop computer of cell phone cannot be used as a calculator during the exam All examinations are closed book Attendance is mandatory If a student has an excused absence on an exam day, the student's final exam percentage score will be used in place of the missed exam score No make-up exams will be given In order for an absence to be considered excused, the student must contact the instructor within 24 hours and provide a written excuse from a doctor or other competent authority Without a valid excuse, a grade of zero points will be assigned for any missed work Grades will not be communicated via or telephone Exams will be handed back within a week after each exam If absent, a student must come by during office hours to retrieve their exam Final exam papers may be viewed the following semester during office hours 9

10 Other Class Policies: Turn off all electronic devices during class All electronic devices including computers, cell phones, palm pilots, pagers, calculators, MP3 players, etc are not allowed during exams or quizzes During such activities, these devices are not permitted to be in your possession at all (which means they cannot be clipped to your belt, in your pocket, etc) Possession and/or use of these items during an exam or quiz will result in an automatic zero on the graded activity Visitors (friends, children, etc) are strictly prohibited from attending class without the permission of the instructor Student Survey Requirement: Students have the responsibility to complete the Student Survey and Course/Instructor Evaluation for each course and each instructor every semester If this in not done during the allotted time period, the student will be restricted from seeing their final course grade for a period of approximately one week after final exams have ended Instructors are not allowed to give course grades to those who did not complete these evaluations Also, no grades of any kind will be given out over the telephone or due to federal privacy laws Last update: July 29,

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