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Kester Grant College, Philippines Inc.

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CHE 120: GENERAL CHEMISTRY: ORGANIC AND INORGANIC Course Title

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Course Description: This is an introductory course in College Chemistry suitable for both science and nonscience majors, clearly and logically designed utilizing theoretical knowledge and practical application to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills in Inorganic and basic Organic Chemistry. This five-unit course (three-unit lecture and two-unit laboratory) focuses on the basic content as embodied in its definition as composition, characteristic and classification of matter; the changes in the composition of matter and the different transformation of energy accompanying such changes in matter. Specifically, it encompasses a basic groundwork for quantitative measurements of mass and energy, and their applications to stoichiometric relationship. It also entails periodic properties, atomic structure, chemical bonding, properties of elements, mixtures, substances, compounds, chemical reactions and changes. Emphasis is also given on the nomenclature of organic compounds and the reactions which these substances undergo. The scientific and mathematical concepts necessary in the application of the theories of Chemistry to systematically and logically analyze problems have been designed to train the students and enhance their learning competencies through interactive discussions and laboratory experiments. Course Prepared by: Ferdinand B. Fabian BEEd/BSEd Department: College of Education, College of Nursing

Hours per Week Lecture Laboratory Workshop 3 2

No. of Week 18 18

Total Hours 54 108

Semester Credits 54 108

Total Semester Credits Purpose of Course: Degree Requirement Degree Elective Certificate Other X

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Accepted into the BEEd/BSE Second-year program. BS Nursing First-year program.

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COURSE OUTCOMES / OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester, the students are expected to: A. Cognitive: 1. Acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic content and concepts of chemistry 2. Examine the theoretical and practical applications of the basic content and concepts of chemistry in relation to its purposes and functions as utilized in everydayexperiences. 3. Relate their knowledge and understanding of the basic content and concepts of chemistry to practical situations in their field of profession. B. Values: 1. Heighten awareness and appreciation of the impact of chemistry in society and our modern world. 2. Develop the habit of using the knowledge of chemistry in producing new and improved materials; in avoiding environmental problems C. Psychomotor: 1. Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the basic content and concepts of chemistry through interactive activities and laboratory experiments 2. Exhibit scientific method of solving problems and higher-order thinking skills. 3. Make an investigatory project / experimental research utilizing the concepts learned from the course. Reference Material: Monserate, Juvy J., et.al. Chemistry: The Science Where Matter Matters!,Mutya Publishing House Inc., 2009 Yambao, Bernadette A., et.al.General Chemistry, Mutya Publishing House Inc., 2006 Nucum, Z. T., Calumno, F.J.V., Laboratory Manual in General Inorganic Chemistry, C&E Publishing Inc. 2007 Brown, et. al., Chemistry: The Central Science, 8th Edition, 2002 McMurry, J. Organic Chemistry. International Student Edition, 2004 Sackheim, G. Chemistry for Health Science, 8th Edition, 2002 Burdge, Chemistry Companion, 8th Edition, 2000 Bishop, Clinical Chemistry (Principle and Procedures), 2000 McMurry, J. Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, 8th Edition, 2003 Sackheim, G. General Chemistry (Chemistry for Health Sciences), 8th Edition, 2003 Skoog, et. al., Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry, 8th Edition, 2004 Beige, S. et. al. Clinical Principles in the Laboratory, 2002

Course Contents COVERAGE: Week 1 Day 1 Topics *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Classroom Management, Discussion of Syllabus, Discussion of Grades Strategies / Methodology Classroom discussion > Homework 1: 1. Define Chemistry 2. Enumerate the importance of Chemistry 3. Explain the relationship of Chemistry to various fields ================= Laboratory clean-up and familiarization of laboratory materials, equipment, reagents, tools and apparatus *PowerPoint presentation and Lecture > Homework2: Make a collage showing the relevance of Chemistry to everyday life Assessment

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*Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 1. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY *Definition of Chemistry *Importance of Chemistry *Fields of Chemistry *Relationship of Chemistry to other Fields *Scope of Chemical Industry Today ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. *The Scientific Method * Laboratory Apparatus, Procedures and Safety

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*Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 2. MEASUREMENTS IN CHEMISTRY *Accuracy and Precision *Scientific Notation *Significant Figures in Measurement *Rounding Off Numbers *Measurement and Calculation

* Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

*Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 2. MEASUREMENTS

* Discussion, problem solving and

IN CHEMISTRY *Measurement and Calculation *The Factor-Label Method 3 1 @Laboratory:4.5 hrs. Lesson 2. MEASUREMENTS IN CHEMISTRY *Using and Manipulating Measuring Device and Apparatus 2 1

seat/board work > Homework 3: Make a conversion table of English to Metric units of measurement

@ Laboratory Activity on Laboratory on Using and Manipulating Measuring Device and Apparatus

Long Test and checking of papers *Lecture:1.5 hrs. *PowerPoint Lesson 3. MATTER AND presentation on the ENERGY definition and various properties of matter and demonstration *Defining Matter using models and actual objects. *Properties of Matter a. Physical Properties b. Chemical Properties c. Intrinsic Properties d. Extrinsic Properties > Homework 4: Design a diagram identifying the different classifications of matter. Write a short description of each and give at least three examples. ================= @ Laboratory Activity on the Properties of Matter *Diagrammatic presentation on the classification of matter and showing of actual examples > Homework 5: Juxtapose the five states of matter. Write a detailed description of each and give at least three examples. ================= @ Laboratory Activity on the Classification of Matter

==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. *Properties of Matter 2 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 3. MATTER AND ENERGY *Classification of Matter a. Elements b. Compounds c. Mixtures

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@Laboratory Activity on Classification of Matter *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 3. MATTER AND ENERGY *States of Matter a. Solid b. Liquid c. Gas d. Plasma e. Bose Einstein Condensate *Changes in Matter: Physical and Chemical

*Video Presentation and lecture on the States of Matter *Lecture and simulation activity about the physical and chemical changes in matter. > Homework 6: 1. What are the various forms of Energy? 2. Expound the Law of Conservation of Energy. @ Laboratory Activity on Changes in Matter @Laboratory Activity on Paper Chromatography > Homework 7: 1. What are the various forms of Energy? 2. Expound the Law of Conservation of Energy. *Lecture and demonstration

@Laboratory:4.5 hrs. @Laboratory Activity on Changes in Matter: Physical and Chemical @Laboratory Activity on Paper Chromatography

*Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 3. MATTER AND ENERGY *Transformation of EnergyAccompanying Changes in Matter a. Forms of Energy b. Law of Conservation of Energy ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @Laboratory Activity on Transformation of EnergyAccompanying Changes in Matter

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@ Laboratory Activity on Energy Transfer in Matter

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Prelim Exam and checking of papers *Lecture:4.5 hrs. *Video Presentation Lesson 4. Atom The Unit and lecture on Atoms Particle of Elements and Atomic Structure *Historical Development

of Atoms *Different Atomic Models *Concepts of Atomic Structure and Properties *Quantitative Properties of Atoms *Electron Arrangement in Atoms 2 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 4. Atom The Unit Particle of Elements *Atomic Symbols and Names of the Elements *The QuantumMechanical Description of the Atom *Quantum Numbers and Orbitals a. S-Orbitals b. P-Orbitals c. D-Orbitals *Energies of Orbitals *Electron Spin and the Pauli Exclusion Principle 8 1 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 4. Atom The Unit Particle of Elements *Electron Configuration *Electron Configuration of the Transition Metals *Using the periodic Table to Write Electron Configuration ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @Laboratory Activity on Electron Arrangement in Atoms 2 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 4. Periodic Classification of Elements *History of the Periodic Table *Familiarizing the Periodic Table a. Metals, Non-metals and Metalloids b. Noble Gases c. Alkaline Metals d. Halogens ================= @ Activity on Molecular Geometry" *Lecture and demonstration

*Game on identifying Elements, "CYMBO" * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

* Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

*Lecture and demonstration

e. Transition Metals 9 1 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 4. Periodic Classification of Elements *Periodic Trends *Periodic Laws a. Mendeleevs Periodic Law b. Moseleys Periodic Law ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @Laboratory Activity on Periodic Properties of the Elements 2 1 *Lecture and demonstration @ Game on familiarizing the Periodic Table, "Chemistry Jeopardy"

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Long Test and checking of papers *Lecture:4.5 hrs. *Lecture and Lesson 5. Chemical demonstration Bonding in Molecules * Discussion, problem *Ionic Bonds solving and *Covalent Bonds seat/board work *Metallic Bonds *Bond Properties: Length and Energy *Polarity *Lewis Electron-Dot Structure and Formal Charge *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 5. Chemical Bonding in Molecules *Types of Inter Molecular Forces of Attraction a. Van der Waals b. Hydrogen Bonds c. Dipole-Dipole *Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @Laboratory Activity on Writing the Lewis ElectronDot Structure and Formal Charge 11 1 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson 6. Formula Writing and Nomenclature *Types of Formula

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*Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and

a. Empirical Formula b. Molecular Formula c. Structural formula 2 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 6. Formula Writing and Nomenclature *Percentage Composition of Compounds *Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds a. Binary Compounds b. Tertiary and Higher Compounds ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @ Laboratory Activity on Formula Writing and Naming of Chemical Compounds 12 1 Investigatory Project / Experimental Research Writing: 4.5 hrs. *Briefer on Investigatory Project / Experimental Research Writing *Writing of Proposals, Theoretical Background and Significance of the Study 13 2 1 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson7. Chemical Reactions and their Equations *Types of Chemical Reactions *Writing and Interpreting Chemical Equations a. Requirements for Chemical Equations b. Balancing Chemical Equations c. Oxidation - Reduction (RedOx) Equations d. Balancing Oxidation Reduction (RedOx)

seat/board work

*Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

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* Orientation and Discussion on Investigatory Project / Experimental Research Writing

Midterm Exam *Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

Equations 2 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 7. Chemical Reactions and their Equations e. Oxidation Number Method f. Method of Halfsection ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @ Laboratory Activity on RedOx 14 1 *Lecture:4.5 hrs. Lesson8. Stoichiometry *Mole Calculations a. Mole Relationship as Shown in Balanced Chemical Equations b. Mass-Weight Relationships Among Products and Reactants c. Limiting and Excess Reagents in a Chemical Reaction d. Theoretical and Percentage Yield 2 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson9. Solutions *Components of Solutions a. Solutes and Solvents b. Types of Solutions c. Factors Affecting the Rate of Solution *Solubility a. Factors Affecting Solubility b. Concentration of Solutions c. Concentrations Expressed in Physical Units ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. *Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

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*Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

*Lecture and demonstration *Video Presentation on Solutions

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@ Laboratory Activity on Solubility 15 1 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 9. Solutions *Molarity (M) *Molality (m) *Normality (N) *Mole Fraction (X) *Colligative Properties of Solutions a. Lowering of Vapor Pressure b. Freezing Point Depression c. Boiling Point Elevation d. Osmotic Pressure ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @ Laboratory Activity on Colligative Properties of Solutions 2 1 ================= @ Laboratory Activity on Colligative Properties of Solutions *Lecture and demonstration * Discussion, problem solving and seat/board work

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Long Test and checking of papers *Lecture:1.5 hrs. *Lecture and Lesson10. Acids Bases demonstration and Salts *Acids and Bases *General Properties of Acids and Bases in Aqueous Solutions a. Arrhenius Concept of Acids and bases b. Bronsted-Lowry Definition of Acids and Bases c. Lewis Definition of Acids and Bases *Classification of Acids and Bases *Reactions of Acids and Bases *Uses of Common Acids and Bases ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs.

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@ Laboratory Activity on Acids, Bases and Salts 2 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 10. Acids Bases and Salts *Neutralization and Its Uses *Salts *Ionization in Water *The pH Scale *Acid-Base Indicators ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @ Laboratory Activity on Buffers 17 1 *Lecture:1.5 hrs. Lesson 10. Acids Bases and Salts *Carbon and Its Allotropic Forms *Hydrocarbons a. Alkanes b. Alkenes c. Alkynes d. Aromatic Compounds *Hydrocarbon Derivatives ==================== @Laboratory:3 hrs. @ Laboratory Activity on Soap and Hand Sanitizer Making 2 1 2

on Acids, Bases and Salts *Lecture and demonstration

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*Lecture and demonstration *Video Presentation on Solutions

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Finalization of Research Manuscript and Preparation for the Walk-in Exhibit Submission of Research Manuscript;Walk-in Exhibit and Presentation / Demonstration of Investigatory Projects / Experimental Research Final Examination

Course Evaluation Criteria Percentage Prelim Midterm Finals

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1. Attendance 2. Class Participation 3. Written Reports 4. Compilation of Reports Total:

Attendance Policy The standard KGC attendance policy applies to this course. Academic Honesty Policy The standard KGC academic honesty policy applies to this course.

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