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Chemistry Department

CHM503T - Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

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Course Description

The first course in general and inorganic chemistry. It develops in the student basic concepts of matter and its
classifications; mass relationships in chemical reactions; the properties of gases, liquids, and solids; some
concepts of thermochemistry; quantum theory and electronic behavior; periodic relationship of elements in the
periodic table; chemical bonding; intramolecular forces; and solutions.

Course Learning Outcomes


Upon completion of this course, the student is expected to present the following learning outcomes in line with
the Expected Lasallian Graduate Attributes (ELGA)

ELGA Learning Outcome (LO)


Critical and Creative Thinker At the end of the term, the students are expected to
Effective Communicator LO1. relate chemistry concepts with current
Lifelong Learner environmental issues or with the latest developments
Service-Driven Citizen in various areas of research in their field of study.

Final Course Output


As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to submit the following during the
indicated dates of the term.
Learning Outcome Required Output Due Date
At the end of the term, the student The output is a group work (form a group of 2-3 Weeks 1-2
are expected to relate relevant members)
chemistry concepts with a current Submission of copy of paper on topic of interest
topic of interest in their field from sources such as Scientific American, Popular
Mechanics, Nature, Science, and Chemical and
Engineering News from the past 3 years.
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Weeks 3-6
Share your schedules and discuss a strategy on how
you will develop your final output.
WRITE-UP AND FINAL PRINTING
Weeks 6-12
Prepare drafts for the topic of your choice until the final
report
SUBMISSION OF FINAL PAPER Week 13

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Rubric for Assessment


Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs Improvement
CRITERIA
(4) (3) (2) (1)
Organization, 20% Paper is well Paper is organized Paper shows Paper is disorganized
organized and but lacks certain key organization but has and the flow of
structured. elements. several portions that information and
are not relevant. arguments are
confusing.
Scientific Accuracy, Scientific explanations Scientific explanations Scientific explanations Scientific explanations
40% or facts or facts or facts or facts presented or
presented/cited are presented/cited show presented/cited show cited are all
relevant. some inaccuracies. a significant number misconceptions.
of inaccuracies.
Presentation of Explanations Explanations Explanations Explanations
Solutions or presented are clear, presented are clear, presented only presented do not in
Explanations, 40% valid, and convincing. valid, and convincing partially addressed any way relate to the
but has several flaws. the topic. topic.

Additional Requirements
 Quiz/Seatwork/Problem Set/Homework
 Recitation (Includes. board works and class participation)
 Long Exams Written Exams
 Final Exam (Comprehensive)

Grading System
Scale:
 Written Exams 60% Percentage GPE
 Final Exam 25% 95-100 4.0
 Reflection/Critique Paper 5% 88-94 3.5
 Quizzes/Seatwork/Problem Sets 10% 82-87 3.0
TOTAL 100%
76-81 2.5
Passing Grade: 1.0 (Minimum Required Grade: 60%)
70-75 2.0
Grade With Credit: 2.0 (Minimum Required Grade: 70%) 65-69 1.5
60-64 1.0
Below 60 0.0

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Learning Plan
WEEK
LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES
NO.
 Apply significant figures ORIENTATION Week Self-Study Assignment
and appropriate units in all (SSA):
Chapter 1: Chemistry: The Study of Change 1
measurements and 1.3 The Scientific Method
1.1 Chemistry: A Science for the Twenty-First 1.7 Measurement
calculations Century 1.9 Dimensional Analysis in
 Classify matter and 1.2 The Study of Chemistry Solving Problems
distinguish between 1.4 Classifications of Matter 1.10 Real World Problem
physical and chemical 1.5 The Three States of Matter Solving: Information,
properties/changes Assumptions and
1.6 Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter Simplifications
1.8 Handling Numbers Review
Questions/Problems: 1.4,
1.5-1.7, 1.11, 1.12, 1.15, 1.16,
1.18, 1.26, 1.33, 1.36, 1.51,
1.61, 1.71, 1.92
 Group elements together Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions Week Self-Study Assignment
according to their physical 2.3 Atomic Number, Mass Number, and Isotopes (SSA):
2
and chemical properties; 2.1 The Atomic Theory
2.4 The Periodic Table
classify the element as 2.2. The Structure of the
2.5 Molecules and Ions Atom
metals, metalloids and
2.6 Chemical Formulas* 2.8 Introduction to Organic
nonmetals and to
2.7 Naming Compounds * Compounds
establish a correlation of
Animation: Cathode Ray
their properties in a
* Laboratory Classes Tube; Millikan Oil Drop;
systematic process
Alpha, Beta, and Gamma
 Differentiate between
molecules and ions, Rays; -Particle Scattering
molecular and empirical Review
formulas Questions/Problems: 2.3,
2.10, 2.12, 2.16, 2.18, 2.21,
2.27, 2.32, 2.33, 2.36, 2.37,
2.44, 2.45, 2.46, 2.61, 2.63,
2.66, 2.73
 Define and understand Chapter 3: Mass Relationships in Chemical Weeks Chemistry Research and
concepts of atomic mass, Reactions 3-4 Industry:
average atomic mass, 3.1 Atomic Mass Reaction Yield: Research and
molecular mass, 3.2 Avogadro’s Number and the Molar Mass of an the Manufacturing Industry
Avogadro’s number, molar Self-Study Assignment
Element
mass and perform (SSA):
3.3 Molecular Mass
calculations involving 3.4 The Mass Spectrometer
these Avogadro’s Number and the Molar Mass of a 3.7 Writing Chemical
 Balance and interpret Molecule or Compound Equations; Balancing
chemical equations and 3.5 Percent Composition of Compounds Chemical Equations;
perform chemical 3.6 Experimental Determination of Empirical 3.8 The Mole Method
calculations including Formulas** 4.3 Acid-Base
stoichiometry observing Neutralization, Acid-
3.7 Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations
the proper techniques on Base Reactions Leading
3.8 Amounts of Reactants and Products to Gas Formation
handling numbers
3.9 Limiting Reagents 4.4 Types of Redox Reactions
3.10 Reaction Yield Animation: Limiting
Reagent
Review
Questions/Problems:
3.2, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.15- 3.19,
3.20, 3.24, 3.26, 3.28, 3.40,
3.41-3.45, 3.52, 3.54, 3.60,
3.63, 3.64, 3.66-3.68, 3.78,
3.82, 3.86, 3.92-3,94, 3.96,
3.112 4.55, 4.56, 4.103
LONG EXAM 1
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Learning Plan (continuation)


WEEK LEARNING
LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC
NO. ACTIVITIES
 Write, explain, apply the Chapter 5: Gases Weeks Chemistry and the
gas laws 5.1 Substances that Exist as Gases 5-6 Environment:
 Discuss the Kinetic 5.2 Pressure of a Gas The Earth’s Atmosphere, Air
Molecular Theory (KMT) of Pollution: The Smog,
5.3 The Gas Laws
gases and use the KMT to Weather Forecast; HPA and
5.4 The Ideal Gas Equation
qualitatively explain the LPA
gas laws; argue the 5.5 Gas Stoichiometry Interactivity: Boyle’s Law;
difference between ideal 5.6 Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures Volume in Gas Laws; Dalton’s
and non-ideal gas 5.7 The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases Law
behavior 5.8 Deviation from Ideal Behavior Animation: Gas Laws;
Collecting a Gas Over Water;
Diffusion of Gases
Review
Questions/Problems: 5.2,
5.8, 5.14, 5.15, 5.16, 5.17,
5.18, 5.20, 5.22, 5.24, 5.27,
5.28, 5.29, 5.32, 5.36, 5.38,
5.42, 5.47, 5.49, 5.50, 5.57,
5.64, 5.68, 5.73, 5.81, 5.82,
5.97
 Utilize the relationship Chapter 7: Quantum Theory and the Electronic Weeks Self-Study Assignment
between  and ; classify Structure of Atoms 7-8 (SSA):
the regions of the EM 7.1 From Classical Physics to Quantum Theory 6.1 The Nature of Energy
spectrum 7.2 The Photoelectric Effect* (Advanced Reading and Types of Energy
 Trace the development of (page 231)
Assignment)
the various atomic 6.2 Energy Changes in
7.3 Bohr’s Theory of the Hydrogen Atom
theories; discuss the Bohr Chemical Reactions
7.4 The Dual Nature of the Electron (pages 232-233)
model; explain the line
spectra of H 7.5 Quantum Mechanics Review
 Provide a basic quantum 7.6 Quantum Numbers Questions/Problems:
mechanical description of 7.7 Atomic Orbitals 6.5, 6.7
the Hydrogen atom 7.8 Electron Configuration Interactivity: Wavelength,
 Recall the quantum Frequency, Amplitude;
7.9 The Building –Up Principle
numbers, their Orbital Shapes and Energy;
relationships, values, and Pauli Exclusion Principle;
what they designate Orbital Filling Rules
 Differentiate a hydrogen Animation: Emission
atom with multi-electron Spectra; Electron
atoms and write electron Configurations
configurations and orbital Review
diagrams for multi- Questions/Problems: 7.5,
electron atoms 7.6, 7.8, 7.11, 7.13, 7.24, 7.23,
7.29, 7.37, 7.41, 7.46, 7.47,
7.48, 7.51, 7.52, 7.55, 7.57,
7.58, 7.62, 7.64, 7.66, 7.74,
7.76, 7.79, 7.80, 7.84, 7.88,
7.120, 7.124

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Learning Plan (continuation)


WEEK LEARNING
LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC
NO. ACTIVITIES
 Use the periodic table for Chapter 8: Periodic Relationships Among the Week 8 Self-Study Assignment
the classification of Elements (SSA):
elements, for predicting 8.2 Periodic Classification of the Elements 8.1 Development of the
trends in atomic and Periodic Table
8.3 Periodic Variation in Physical Properties
Interactivity: Atomic Radii;
chemical properties 8.4 Ionization Energy Attraction of Nucleus; Ionic
8.5 Electron Affinity Radii; Ionization Energy
Animation: Atomic and
Ionic Radius
Review
Questions/Problems: 8.5,
8.7, 8.13, 8.20, 8.24, 8.26,
8.34, 8.38, 8.44, 8.50
 Describe ionic and covalent Chapter 9: Chemical Bonding I. Basic Concepts Weeks Interactivity: Ionic Bonds;
bond formation; compare 9.1 Lewis Dot Symbols 9-10 Covalent Bonds; Lewis Dot
the properties of ionic and 9.2 The Ionic Bond Structure; Resonance; Octet
covalent compounds rule Exceptions
9.3 Lattice Energy of Ionic Compounds**
 Write Lewis dot symbols Animation: Ionic Versus
9.4 The Covalent Bond
and Lewis structures Covalent Bonding
9.5 Electronegativity Advanced Reading
9.6 Writing Lewis Structures Assignment (ARA):
9.7 Formal Charge and Lewis Structure 9.7 Formal Charge and
9.8 The Concept of Resonance Lewis Structure
9.9 Exceptions to the Octet Rule** Review
Questions/Problems: 9.5,
9.10 Bond Enthalpy** (Qualitative Treatment pp. 9.6, 9.8, 9.12, 9.13, 9.17,
394-398 and Table 9.4) 9.21, 9.29, 9.31, 9.32, 9.33,
9.34, 9.37, 9.39, 9.44, 9.47,
9.51, 9.57, 9.65, 9.68,
**For Chemistry and Biochemistry Majors only.

 Predict molecular geometry Chapter 10: Chemical Bonding II. Molecular Weeks Self-Study Assignment
using VSEPR theory; predict Geometry and Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals 10- 11 (SSA): Vectors
polarity of molecules 10.1 Molecular Geometry 8.1 Interactivity:
 Explain Valence Bond 10.2 Dipole Moments Determining Molecular
theory, hybrid orbitals, and Shapes; Molecular Polarity;
10.3 Valence Bond Theory
hybridization in common Determining Orbital
10.4 Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals**
compounds Hybridization
10.5 Hybridization in Molecules Containing Animation: VSEPR;
Double and Triple Bonds** Polarity of Molecules;
10.6 Molecular Orbital Theory** Hybridization; Sigma and Pi
10.7 Molecular Orbital Configurations** Bonds
10.8 Delocalized Molecular Orbitals** Review
Questions/Problems: 10.2,
10.4, 10.5, 10.9, 10.24,
10.26, 10.28, 10.36, 10.37,
10.41, 10.76

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Learning Plan (continuation)


WEEK LEARNING
LEARNING OUTCOMES TOPIC
NO. ACTIVITIES
 Distinguish between inter- Chapter 11: Intermolecular Forces and Liquids Week Advanced Reading
and intramolecular forces; and Solids 12 Assignment (ARA):
give examples of 11.2 Intermolecular Forces 4.1 General Properties of
intramolecular forces and Aqueous Solutions,
11.3 Properties of Liquids
Electrolytic Properties
how they affect the 11.6 Types of Crystals (page 119)
properties of the states of 11.1 The Kinetic Molecular
11.7 Amorphous Solids
matter and phase behavior Theory of Liquids and
 Identify the type of crystal 11.8 Phase Changes
Solids
formed and predict the 11.9 Phase Diagrams Animation: Equilibrium
physical properties such as Vapor Pressure
density, melting point and Review
electrical conductivity Questions/Problems: 11.1,
 Distinguish between 11.3, 11.4, 11.6, 11.10,
crystalline and amorphous 11.14, 11.15, 11.17, 11.29,
solids 11.57, 11.69, 11.72, 11.76,
 Discuss various physical 11.90, 11.91, 11.94
changes and interpret
phase diagrams

 Describe and distinguish Chapter 12: Physical Properties of Solutions Week Interactivity: Test Solution
different types of solutions; 12.1 Types of Solutions with electrolytes
13
calculate the concentration Animation: Dissolution of
12.2 A Molecular View of the Solution Process an Ionic and a Covalent
of solutions using various 12.3 Concentrations Units Compound; Osmosis
concentrations units Review
4.5 Concentration of Solutions
 Explain how temperature Questions/Problems: 12.4,
and pressure affect 12.4 Effect of Temperature on Solubility 12.8, 12.12, 12.15, 12.24,
solubility 12.5 The Effect of Pressure on the Solubility of 12.30, 12.31, 12.34, 12.39,
 Define the colligative Gases 12.43, 12.45, 12.59, 12.69
properties and illustrate 12.6 Colligative Properties of Nonelectrolyte
how these can be utilized Solutions
for the experimental 12.7 Colligative Properties of Electrolyte Solutions
determination of the molar
(Descriptive only)
mass
 Perform calculations 12.8 Colloids
involving the colligative
properties
 Differentiate the
nonelectrolyte and
electrolyte solutions and
how these differences
affect the colligative
properties

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Textbook
Chang, Raymond and Kenneth A. Goldsby, (2017) Chemistry, (12th International Edition), New York:
McGraw-Hill.
References
Kotz, J.C. and Treichel Jr, P.M., Weaver, G.C. (2012) Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, (8th edition).
Australia: Brooks/Cole-Cengage Learning.
Masterton, W.L. and Hurley, C.N. (2008) Chemistry: Principle and Reactions, (6th edition). Canada:
Brooks/Cole-Cengage Learning,
Malone, L.J., Dolter, T.O. with Gentemann, S. (2013) Basic Chemistry (9th edition) Hoboken, NJ, Wiley.
Moore, J.W. and Stanitski, C.L. (2015) Chemistry the Molecular Science (5th edition) Brooks/Cole-Cengage
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Petrucci, R.H. (2011) General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications, (10th edition) Toronto:
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Silberberg, M.S. (2013) Principles of General Chemistry (3rd edition). New York: McGraw-Hill.
Tro, N.J. with Neu, D. (2012) Chemistry in Focus: A Molecular View of our World, (5th edition). Australia:
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Zumdahl, S.S., and Zumdahl, S.A. (2012) Chemistry, An Atoms First Approach (International Edition),
Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.

Class Policies
Class policies as provided for by the Student Handbook shall be observed. In addition, the faculty may apply
their own specific policies. These shall be discussed during the first meeting of the class.

Approved by:

DR. JAIME RAUL O. JANAIRO


Chair, Department of Chemistry