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Chem 1B Current Announcements

Chem 1B Current Announcements

Class starts again April 6 via Zoom. Please check Canvas for this class for instructions, the Zoom link, announcements, class materials, etc. If you’re having trouble accessing Canvas, please email me:  mfossum@peralta.edu

 

Class will start again on April 6 remotely via Zoom! Announcement for students 3.28.20

Please make sure you are getting the announcements through Canvas.

Remote Learning During Campus Closure – Student Resources

 

 

Here are the last two extra credit equilibrium problems. They are both due after spring break. I recommend working on them now.

Equil Prob of the Week #5 2020

Equil Prob of the Week #6 2020 corrected

For now, please use the time to read the chapters and do the homework that was assigned last week and was supposed to be due (Thursday March 12). Please also work on the new homework assignment that goes with what we covered in class this week.

Be ready for the quiz – we will have it when we come back to class, whenever that is!

I’m assuming that we will be able to finish our lab experiment when we come back to campus.

Feel free to ask me questions via email anytime (mfossum@peralta.edu).

Keep checking the “current announcements” page and your Peralta email for further announcements.

 

Equil Prob of the Week #3 2020

Equil Prob of the Week #4 2020

Chem 1B HW due Thursday March 19: Read and re-read chapters 17 and 19. Do Chapter 17 part 2 problems # 65, 73, 75, 12, additional problems for Chapter 17 part 2 # 2, 3, 5, Chapter 19 problems #4 and from #16-61.

 

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Homework due on Thursday March 12: Chapter 17 # 39, 43, 46, 47ab, 49, 51, 53, 55, 58, 59, 63, 67, 69, 100, 8, 9, pink sheet #1, 2, 3, 7, blue sheet #4, (6), additional problems for chapter 17 part 2 #1, 4, 6.

 

 

Equil Prob of the Week #1 2020

Equil Prob of the Week #2 2020

 

Homework due on Thursday March 5: #25-37, 41b, 45, #3-7, Blue sheet #3, pink sheet #4, 6, 8. Optional: blue sheet #7

 

Experiment 10 – additional things to know:  Expt 10 Things to Know

 

Please bring your lab notebook to be checked on Thursday Feb 20 during the exam.

 

Experiment 11 things to know: Expt 11 notes.  (please read this before starting the prelab for Experiment 11)

 

Homework due on Thursday Feb 27: Chapter 16 problems # 87, 89, 91, 95, 97, 12 and Chepter 17 part 1 problems # 13, 15ab, 19, 21, 23.

 

Exam 1 is on Thursday Feb 20.

Homework due on Thursday Feb 20: Chapter 16 problems #1, 2, 29 -85, 87b, 91a, 12, and the additional problem on the homework handout. See the homework handout for the list of assigned problems.

 

Homework due on Thursday Feb 13: Chapter 15 problems # 2 and those in the range from #17 – 91, Gaseous Equilibrium Practice Problems handout, Practice Equilibrium Problems handout, and Chapter 16 problems in the range from #15 – 21. See the homework handout for the list of assigned problems. (Note: this is a lot of homework. You don’t need to do all of it. Do a variety of problems, and at least look at all of them. Focus on using it to prepare yourself for the quiz.)

 

Additional Instructions for Experiment 7: Experiment 7 – Chem 1B

Notes for Experiment 5 part 2 report: Experiment 5 Part 2 Lab Report Notes

 

Homework due on Thursday Feb 6: Chapter 14 problems from #6-16 and #39-112 and Chapter 15 # 13 and 15. See the homework handout for the list of assigned problems.

 

Homework due on Thursday Jan 30: Chapter 14 problems from the homework list #2, 3, and those in the range from #17-35. See the homework handout for the list of assigned problems.

 

 

Here’s the syllabus: Syllabus and Schedule Chem 1B Spring 2020 Fossum

Lecture and lab schedule: Chem 1B Lecture and Lab Schedule S20 (This shows due dates, test dates, and the order of experiments.)

Things to review from Chem 1A: Things to Know from Chem 1A for Chem 1B   (These are things we will use frequently, and you will need to be able to do these calculations quickly and easily.)

 

Example prelab: Prelab Example

Example prelab grading: Prelab Grading 4 pts rev