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COURSE OUTLINE

CHEM 1 A v INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I. INTRODUCTION 1. Chemistry a. Definition b. Branches c. Importance 2. Matter a. Definition b. Classification c. Properties d. Changes 3. Energy a. Definition b. Kinds c. Forms 4. Laws Governing Matter and Energy 5. Scientific Measurements a. Units of Length b. Weight c. Volume d. Temperature e. Density f. Specific Gravity g. Pressure

V. CHEMICAL BONDING 1. Postulates of Lewis Theory 2. Lewis Formula 3. Types of Bonds a. Ionic Bond b. Covalent Bond c. Coordinate Covalent Bond d. Hydrogen Bond e. Metallic Bond VI. STOICHIOMETRY 1. Formula Stoichiometry a. Mole Concept b. Determination of Percent Composition c. Empirical and Molecular Formulas 2. Equation Stoichiometry (Quantitative Relationships) a. Weight- Weight b. Weight-Volume c. Volume- Volume d. Mole- Mole e. Weight- Mole VII. 1. SOLUTIONS Solutions a. Definition b. Components of Solutions c. Types of Solutions 2. Methods of Expressing Concentration a. Percent by Weight b. Percent by Volume c. Mole Fraction and Mole Percent d. Molarity e. Normality f. Molality 3. Colligative Properties of Solutions a. Freezing Point Depression b. Boiling Point Elevation c. Vapor Pressure Lowering d. Osmotic Pressure

II. LANGUAGE OF CHEMISTRY 1. Symbols and Formulas 2. Formula Writing 3. Nomenclature 4. Equation Writing 5. Types of Chemical Changes III. ATOMIC STRUCTURE 1. Daltons Atomic Theory 2. Atoms and Sub-atomic Particles 3. Models of the Atom 4. Quantum Numbers 5. Electronic Configuration IV. PERIODIC TABLE (3 hrs) 1. Historical Background 2. Modern Periodic Law 3. Importance of the Periodic Table 4. Trends in the Periodic Table

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v ORGANIC CHEMISTRY VIII. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. INTRODUCTION Inorganic vs. Organic Compounds Tetravalence of Carbon Atomic and Molecular Orbitals Hybridization of Atomic Orbitals Sigma and Pi Molecular Orbitals v REFERENCES A. Inorganic Chemistry Bettelheim, F. (2010). Laboratory Experiments for Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry. 7th ed. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning Brady, J. (2009). Chemistry : Matter and its Changes. 3rd ed. New York : John Wiley and Sons Brown, T., Le May. E. & Bursten, B. (2000). Chemistry: The Central Science, 8th ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Inc. Burdge, J. (2011). Chemistry. 2nd ed. New York : McGraw Hill/Connect Learn Succeed Chang, R. (2011). General Chemistry: the Essential Concepts. 6th ed. New York: McGraw Hill/Connect Learn Succeed, Davis, R. (2009). Modern Chemistry. Teacher's ed. Orlando :Holt, Rinehart and Winston Hackensack (2008). Chemistry. New Jersey: World Scientific Hill, J. (2010). Chemistry for Changing Times. 12th ed. Upper Saddle River : Prentice Hall, c2010. Laird, B. (2009). University Chemistry. Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education Malone, L. (2010). Basic Concepts of Chemistry : International Student Version. 8th ed. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons Moore, J. (2011). Chemistry: the Molecular Science. 3rd ed. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning v TOPIC ALLOCATION PER TERM PRELIM: Ch. I-IV MIDTERM: Ch. V-VII FINALS: Ch VIII-X Reger, D. (2010). Chemistry: Principles and Practice. 3rd ed. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning, c2010. Silberberg, M. (2010). Principles of General Chemistry. 2nd ed. Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education Whitten, K. (2004). General Chemistry. Australia: Thomson Brooks/Cole Zumdahl, S. (2011). Introduction to Chemistry : A Foundation. 7th ed. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning

IX. ACQUAINTANCE WITH COVALENT MOLECULE 1. Nomenclature, Isomerism and Functional Groups a. Hydrocarbons: Aliphatic, Alicyclic and Aromatic b. Heterocyclic Compounds c. Hydrocarbon Derivatives i. Halogen Compounds ii. Oxygen-Containing Compounds iii. Alcohols iv. Phenols v. Ethers vi. Aldehydes vii. Ketones viii. Carboxylic Acids ix. Acid Derivatives: x. Acid Halides, Acid Amides, Acid Salts, Acid Anhydrides, Esters d. Nitrogen-Containing Compounds e. Sulfur-Containing Compounds f. Organometallic Compounds X. REACTIONS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 1. Substitution 2. Addition 3. Oxidation 4. Reduction 5. Esterification

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B. Organic Chemistry Armstrong, J. (2012). General, Organic & Biochemistry: An Applied Approach. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning Atkins, R. (2007). Organic Chemistry: A Brief Course. Boston: McGraw Hill. Bailey, P. (2000). Organic Chemistry: A Brief Survey of Concepts & Applications. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Bettelheim, F. (2010). Laboratory Experiments for Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning Brown, W. (2011). Introduction to Organic Chemistry. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons Bruice, P. (2010). Essential Organic Chemistry. Boston: Prentice Hall Deaniston, K. (2007). General, Organic and Biochemistry. New York: Mc Graw Hill Matta, M. et al. (1996).Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry. Toronto: Health & Co. Mc Murry, J. (2011). Organic Chemistry of Biological Applications. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning Pedersen, S. (2011). Understanding the Principles of Organic Chemistry: A Laboratory Course. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Cengage Learning Phillippines' OCTA (1998). A Laboratory Manual of Basic Organic Chemistry. Third Edition. Manila: Basic Graphic Arts Inc. Seager, S. (2011). Chemistry for Today: General, Organic and Biochemistry. Australia: Brooks/Cole/Thomson Learning Smith, J. (2010). General, Organic & Biological Chemistry.Boston: Mc Graw Hill Stoker, S. (2010). General, Organic and Biological Chemistry. Australia: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning Timberlake, K. (2010). General, Organic, & Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life. New York: Prentice Hall

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