a - Combined midterm exams for CH 222 scheduled 7:00pm-8:50pm February 2, 2017 and February 23, 2017.
CH 222 General Chemistry II >3
Second term of the three-term university chemistry sequence: molecular structure, chemical bonding, gases and kinetic molecular theory, intermolecular forces, solutions and kinetics.
Lectures. Students cannot receive credit for both CH 222 and CH 225H.
Graded for Majors;
Optional for all other students
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Prereq: CH 221 or CH 224H; pre- or coreq: MATH 112. Concurrent CH 228 or CH 238 recommended.
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Expanded Course Description
Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes that it undergoes. It is a science that is central to our understanding of the natural world and it serves as a foundation for all other scientific disciplines. The second course in the sequence, CH 222, is designed for science majors and pre-professional students, and provides an introduction to the experimental and theoretical foundations of chemistry. Students will gain factual knowledge about the terminology and language of chemistry as well as an understanding of the underlying reasons why chemical processes occur. They will be expected to interpret, reason and problem solve using fundamental chemical principles.
Upon successful completion of CH 222, students will have an understanding of molecular structure and chemical bonding, the properties of gases, liquids and solids, changes of physical state, solutions and solubility, and reaction rates.
Interwoven throughout the sequence will be an emphasis on development of the problem solving skills fundamental for success in future science courses.
Courses in the General Chemistry sequence are to be taken in order, so CH 221 is a prerequisite for this class.