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GENERAL CHEMISTRY (CHE101)


Fall 2016
Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
North South University
Bashundhara, Dhaka-1229
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Text books

Dr. Mohammed Mahmudur Rahman (MMR3)


SAC 806
01819166519
mm_rahman1978@yahoo.co.uk
CHEMISTRY, 10th ed. Author:
Raymond Chang
GENERAL CHEMISTRY, 9th ed. Author:
Darrell D. Ebbing

Course description: General Chemistry (CHE101) is a one semester course designed to teach students fundamental
chemical and physical principles and their applications to the properties and transformations of materials, including
the concept of energy and its uses, gas laws, kinetic molecular theory, laws of chemical combination, atomic and
molecular structure, periodic classification of the elements, chemical bonding and introductory organic chemistry.
Credit 3 units.
Learning outcomes: After completing General Chemistry (CHE101), students will be able to:
1. Perform calculations involving chemical and physical processes, use the dimensional analysis method, record
numerical answers with proper units, and attain proficiency in the proper use of scientific notation and
significant figures, including the concept of uncertainty in scientific measurements.
2. Name ions and compounds, write their chemical formulas, calculate their molar masses and percent
composition, and determine the empirical and molecular formulas of compounds.
3. Describe the atomic and electronic structure of the elements.
4. Predict the relative magnitudes of physical properties of elements based on their electronic structures.
5. Determine the structures, shapes and polarity of compounds/organic compounds.
6. Describe properties of real and ideal gases using the Kinetic Molecular Theory and solve gas law problems.
7. Classify substances, reactions, and processes according to various classification schemes.
8. Complete and balance chemical equations, determine whether or not a reaction actually occurs based on
chemical and physical properties of the reactants and products, and solve stoichiometry problems.
9. Describe and calculate the energy changes involved in chemical reactions and physical processes.
Methods of assessing Learning Outcomes: The expected learning outcomes will be assessed through the use of
quizzes and/or midterm exams, and the final exam.
Marks Distribution:

Attendance / Homework / Presentation...............5%


Quiz (best 2 out of 3).......................................... 20%
1st Mid-Term Exam............................................ 20%
2nd Mid-Term Exam........................................... 20%
Final Exam.......................................................... 35%
Total
100%

Class Rules:
1. Bring the following items to every class: Note book, Calculator, Periodic table, Text book.
2. No make-up quiz will be taken and no incomplete grade (I) will be given.
3. Make-up Mid will be taken only for considerable reasons and must be informed earlier by e-mail or via phone.
Grading: NSU grading policy.http://www.northsouth.edu/academic/grading-policy.html

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY (CHE101)


Fall 2016
Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
North South University
Bashundhara, Dhaka-1229
Student code of conduct: All students must practice academic honesty. Academic misconduct is subject to an
academic penalty by the course instructor and/or a disciplinary sanction by the University. All students must be
familiar with the Student conduct Code. The Code is available for review online at:
http://www.northsouth.edu/student-code-of-conduct.html.

Chapter
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 5

Tentative Fall 2016


Schedule
Contents in brief
The Study of Change
Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
Quiz 1
Quantum Theory and the Electronic Structure of Atoms
Quiz 2
Periodic Relationships among the Elements
Mid 1
Chemical Bonding I
Quiz 3
Chemical Bonding II
Gases
Mid 2
Mass Relationship in Chemical Reactions

Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 6
Chapter 24

Page
pp. 1-35
pp. 36-74
pp. 277-327
pp. 328-369
pp. 370-413
pp. 414-466
pp. 171-229

Lecture
L1, L2 & L3
In class
L4 & L5
In class
L6 & L7
L8
L9 & L10
In class
L11 & L12
L13 & L14
L15
L16 & L17

pp. 75-115
Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
Thermochemistry
Organic Chemistry

Final Exam

pp. 116-169
pp. 230-276
pp. 1024-1059

L18, L19 & L20


L21 & L22
L23 & L24
Final Week