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EST 1107 Chemistry I

EST 1107 Chemistry I

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EST 1107 Chemistry I

Course Number: EST 1107 Course Title: Chemistry I Credit: 3 [3 hours per week for a period of 13 (3X13 hours) weeks] 1. Atoms, ions and molecules: The molecular theory of matter; the discovery of molecular structure; the modern view of atomic structure; atomic weights; the periodic table; molecules and molecular compounds; ion and ionic compound; naming inorganic and organic compounds 2. Chemical equations and reactions/ Stoichiometry : Chemical equations; some simple patterns of equations; formula weight; Avogadros number and the mole; Historical laws of Stoichiometry, non Stoichiometric compounds, the mole concept; electrolytic properties; ionic compound in water; acids, base and neutralization reactions; redox reactions; concentrations of solutions; titrations 3. Reactions in aqueous solution: general properties of aqueous solutions; precipitation reactions:
acids, bases, and neutralization reactions; oxidation-reduction reactions; concentrations of solutions;solution stoichiometry and chemical analysis

4. Thermo chemistry: The nature of energy; the first law of thermodynamics; enthalpy; enthalpy of reactions; caloromeitry; Hesss law; enthalpies of formation; food and fuels 5. Gases: Characteristics of gases; pressure; the gas laws; the ideal gas equation; further applications of the ideal gas equation; gas mixtures and partial pressure; the kinetic-molecular theory of gases; molecular effusion and diffusion; real gases: deviations from ideal behavior 6. Liquid and intermolecular forces : A molecular comparison of gases, liquids and solids; intermolecular forces; select properties of liquids; phase change; vapor pressure; phase diagram; liquid crystals 7. Solid and modern materials: Classification of solids, structure of solids; metallic solids; metallic bonding; ionic solids; molecular solids; covalent network solids; polymeric solids; nano-materials 8. Properties of Solution: The solution process; saturated solutions and solubility; factors affecting solubility; expressing solution concentrations; Colligative properties; Colloids and crystalloid

Recommended references
 Brown, Lemay, Bursten, Murphy & Woodward, (2012) Chemistry: the central science, 12th edition, Prentice Hall, USA.  Raymond Chang, 2010, Chemistry; 10th edition; Publisher: McGraw-Hill

corrosion. the pH scale. Organic Chemistry: General characteristics of organic molecules. precipitation and separation of ions 5. strong acids and bases. USA. reaction mechanism. Chemical thermodynamics: Spontaneous process. Acids-Base Equilibrium: A brief review of Acids & bases. Acids & bases behavior and chemical structures. 8. free energy and temperature. free energy and redox reactions. Patterns of Nuclear Stability. Isobar. Energy Changes in Nuclear Reactions. weak bases. Chemical Kinetics: Factors that affects reaction rates. the autoionization of water. heterogeneous equilibrium. chirality in organic chemistry Books Recommendation  Brown. cell potential under standard conditions. Lemay. the change of concentration with time. electrolysis 7. Isomers. Murphy & Woodward. Application of equilibrium constant. buffered solutions. temperature and rate. Gibbs free energy. molecular interpretation of entropy. reaction rates. Prentice Hall. alkynes and aromatic hydrocarbons. Detection of Radioactivity. Chemical Equilibrium: The concept of equilibrium. the equilibrium constant. Nuclear Fission. Rates of Radioactive Decay. catalysis 2. batteries and fuel cells. free energy and the equilibrium constant 6. Nuclear Chemistry: Radioactivity. alkenes. Nuclear Fusion. introduction of hydrocarbons. organic functional groups. calculating equilibrium constant. concentration and rates. Applications of principle of mobile equilibrium to reaction of industrial importance 3. Acids & bases properties of salt solutions. Additional aspects of aqueous Equilibrium: The common ion effect. (2012) Chemistry: the central science. 12th edition. acidbase titrations. entropy changes in chemical reactions. Le-Chatelier Principle. solubility Equilibrium. entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. cell potential under nonstandard conditions. Nuclear Transmutations. voltaic cells. . Isotopes. Biological Effects of Radiation. BrØsted-Lowry Acids & bases. Methods of Separation of Isotopes. Bursten. factors that affect solubility. Lewis Acids & bases 4. weak acids. Applications of Radioisotopes. understanding and working with equilibrium constant.EST 1207 Chemistry II Course Number: EST 1207 Course Title: Chemistry II Credit: 3 [3 hours per week for a period of 13 (3X13 hours) weeks] 1. Electrochemistry: Oxidation states and oxidation reduction reactions.

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