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Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles INSTRUCTORS Prof. C. S. Browning (Spokesperson) Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 220 416-946-7380 cs.browning@utoronto.ca Prof. M. W. B. Wilson Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 241A 416-978-2946 mark.w.b.wilson@utoronto.ca Dr. J. De Backere Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 223 416-946-3743 john.debackere@utoronto.ca INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS ADMINISTRATOR Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Dr. G. Harewood Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 115 416-946-8242 g.harewood@utoronto.ca LAB OFFICE HOURS (in LM108): Mon to Thur 3:00-4:00pm (when lab in session) Dr. Susha Chulliparambil Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm.116 416-978-5286 susha.chulliparambil@utoronto.ca Office hours: Mon-Fri, 10:30-12, 2:30-4 pm Welcome to CHM135H – Chemistry: Physical Principles! This outline is designed to provide you with information about the course and our expectations from you. The two chemistry courses CHM 135H and 136H are designed to jointly provide a general introduction to chemistry for students who intend to follow a science program, primarily in the Life or Health Sciences. They are also the recommended courses for those applying for entry into professional programs. CHM 135H and 136H are also acceptable in the Chemistry specialist program. CHM 135H and CHM 136H will prepare you well for other chemistry courses in later years. If these are to be your only courses in chemistry, we trust you will have gained some understanding of the breadth of the subject and of its importance in a wide variety of other areas of science. CLASS TIMES L0101 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday L0201 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 – 10:00am 12:00 – 1:00pm ES 1050 MC 102 COURSE OVERVIEW CHM135H will cover the physical principles important in chemistry: UNIT 1. Review (Chapters 1-4), Quantum nature of the atom. CHAPTER 5. UNIT 2. States of matter: gases, liquids and solids; solutions. CHAPTERS 8.5, 8.6, 10, 11, 12. UNIT 3. Kinetics: rates of chemical reactions and mechanism. CHAPTER 13. UNIT 4. Principles of equilibrium; acid/base behaviour and buffers; solubilty. CHAPTERS 14, 15, 16. UNIT 5. Thermodynamics: enthalpy, entropy, free energy; laws of thermodynamics. CHAPTERS 9, 17. UNIT 6. Electrochemistry: redox reactions; electrochemical cells; cell potential. CHAPTER 18. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 1 LAB INSTRUCTOR Browning Wilson De Backere 1 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles REQUIRED TEXTBOOK The required course textbook is "Chemistry", 7th Edition by McMurry, Fay and Robinson (Prentice Hall, 2015). There is also a supplement to this text, "Solutions Manual", which contains solutions to select questions found in the main text. The textbook and solutions manual can be purchased at the University of Toronto Textbook Store (214 College Street) either together or separately. CLASSES Brief class notes will be available on the CHM 135H course website on Quercus ahead of each class. Because these notes do not represent all of the concepts discussed in class, you should attend all CHM135H classes since it is here that fundamental course content will be presented and elucidated. Many of the problems will be done in class and do not appear in the notes. Be prepared to make notes on the material discussed in class as this is a key component of active learning. TUTORIALS You chose a weekly tutorial time on ROSI/Acorn when you enrolled in CHM 135H. On the basis of your time selection, you will be assigned to a tutorial group by the Department of Chemistry. Tutorials begin the week of January 13th. By this date, a tutorial session schedule will be posted to inform you of your assigned tutorial group number and your tutorial classroom location. The goals of the tutorials are:  to review the course material;  to examine and exercise important concepts through problem-solving and enquiry; Chemistry is an area of study that relies on problem-solving. In order to learn chemistry and be successful on the term tests and exam, you need to practice. Since students have different backgrounds and abilities, different students will require more or less practice. Remember that you are the best judge of your own learning (provided you are honest with yourself). Do as many or as few questions as you feel are necessary to get an in-depth understanding of the concepts! To provide feedback about your progress in the course, 10-minute quizzes will be given throughout the term according to the timetable provided below. Quizzes are meant to serve as a gauge of your knowledge of the important concepts in the course; we also hope that they will encourage you to get into the habit of studying the course material regularly. QUIZ SCHEDULE Quiz 1 (on Unit 1): January 20-24 Quiz 4 (on Unit 4): March 9-13 Quiz 2 (on Unit 2): February 3-7 Quiz 5 (on Unit 5): March 23-27 Quiz 3 (on Unit 3): February 24-28 (No Quiz on Unit 6) Your best three of four quizzes will count towards the quiz component of your final grade. Note: there are no make-ups for missed quizzes. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 2 Questions from the course textbook will be posted weekly on the course website for you to work through. Complete these questions before your next weekly tutorial class. At that class, your teaching assistant (TA) will discuss any questions that you may have concerning the assigned exercises and assist you in understanding the important concepts of the course material. 2 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles LABORATORIES Every CHM 135H student has also enrolled in a laboratory section through ROSI/Acorn. There are no labs in the first week of classes:  Practical Section numbers that end in ‘1’ (e.g. P0101) will begin during the week of January 13.  Practical Section numbers that end in ‘2’ (e.g. P0102) will begin during the week of January 20. Note that beginning January 6th , Practical Section additions or changes can be made only at the Chemistry Department. To request Practical Section additions or changes, you should contact Dr. Chulliparambil, the course administrator, during her office hours. Before the day of your first scheduled laboratory class, you will be informed of your lab room, equipment locker, bench space or work-station and the lab demonstrator group to which you have been assigned. This information will be provided on the “Announcements” page of the CHM135 course website on Quercus. It will also be posted on the bulletin board outside the CHM135 laboratory, LM102. Please make a note of this information. Each student will require a CHM 135H Laboratory Manual to complete the laboratory component of the course. Detailed information regarding lab policies, including preparation, late penalties, lab schedule are in the manual. It is available from the Chemistry Club office, located in LM 203; a schedule of their sales hours is posted in Lash Miller Labs as well as on the CHM 135H course website. You will also require a lab coat, indirectly-vented safety goggles, gloves and a lab notebook for your first laboratory class. If you do not already have them, these materials may also be purchased from the Chemistry Club office.  read the “Policy Regarding Laboratory Academic Discipline” on page P-1 of the Laboratory Manual  consult your Laboratory Manual for information on how to prepare for your first lab class. Note that the Laboratory Schedule of experimental work and assignment due dates is located inside the front cover of the manual. If you do not adequately prepare for the experiments, including the first one, you will not be allowed to stay in the lab and will receive zero for that experiment. The experiments were chosen to reflect many of the topics that are covered in the course so that you can see how the things we discuss in class are related to things actually observed and to teach laboratory techniques that will be useful in many areas of science. All experiments are designed to allow you to complete data collection in one three-hour laboratory class. Pre-lab preparation is required and lab reports are submitted after the experiment has been completed. To enjoy the lab, good preparation and time management are essential. We hope that you will find the CHM 135H Laboratories an enjoyable learning experience. GETTING ASSISTANCE The course instructors have set aside specific times when they are available to discuss the course material with you. Their "office hours" are posted on the course website. During the term, as term tests and the final exam approach, extra-help sessions will also be available. In addition, it is possible to make an appointment and to ask questions before and after class. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 3 In advance of your first scheduled laboratory class, you should: 3 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles Dr. Chulliparambil, the course administrator, also has office hours when she is available to discuss non-academic problems pertaining to labs, tutorials, scheduling and grading issues with you. Her office hours are also posted on the first page of this syllabus and on the course website. When you e-mail your instructor, please remember to: 1. include your full name and student number and identify yourself as a CHM135 student, making sure to sure your UTORID email address; 2. use common sense and courtesy in constructing your email, keeping the language and tone of your email appropriately professional; 3. use proper sentences to help ensure that your email content is unambiguous; Most email will receive a reply within 48 hours of being sent (except on weekends) but keep expectations reasonable as to the degree of detail that an email reply to your enquiry can realistically provide. Please keep in mind that email is not the mechanism to receive explanations of course material. Answers to such questions should be obtained at your tutorials and instructor's office hours. ABSENCE In order to receive consideration for the work missed for an illness or related reason, a completed University of Toronto Medical Certificate (at http://www.illnessverification.utoronto.ca) must be submitted to the Course Administrator within one week of the date of absence. Only serious illness (or equivalent reasons) will be accepted as justification for absence (note: University of Toronto Verification of Student Illness and Injury Form, filled out by your doctor, stating that you saw him/her on a given day is not adequate. Your doctor must certify that you were too sick to attend the lab, etc.). The procedure we will follow for the piece of term work that you have missed will be explained to you after the certificate is received; no make-up tests can be offered. For more information regarding missed term work, consult the 2019  2020 Arts and Science Calendar. If you miss a lab, please follow the procedure outlined in the CHM 135H Laboratory Manual page G-8. The University of Toronto is committed to accessibility. Students with diverse learning styles and needs are welcome in this course. In particular, if you have a disability/health consideration that may require accommodations, please approach Accessibility Services at (416) 978 8060; http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/as TEST AND EXAM SCHEDULE Two term tests will be held according to the schedule below. The test dates may be changed. Any change in the schedule will be announced in class and on the CHM 135H course web site. The final examination will cover the entire course. Term Test 1: Tuesday, Feb 11th : 6:10 – 7:40pm Term Test 2: Tuesday, Mar. 17th : 6:10 – 7:40pm Final Exam: To be scheduled during the examination period, April 6-25, 2020 The actual date of the exam will be set by the Faculty of Arts & Science and could occur on the last date mentioned. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 4 ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS 4 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles MARKING SCHEME A B Laboratory 30% 30% Tutorial quizzes 10% 10% Term test 35% Final examination 25% 35% Final mark 100% 100% or 25% All assigned marks will be scaled to fit into this scheme. PLAGIARISM Plagiarism, in any form, will not be tolerated in CHM 135. Please refer to the Department of Chemistry's policy on plagiarism at https://www.chemistry.utoronto.ca/undergraduate/currentstudents/plagiarism for more information. Plagiarism is a serious academic offence and it's important that you are aware as to what activities constitute plagiarism! You can learn more about this at the website of Student Academic Integrity: https://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/current/academic-advisingand-support/student-academic-integrity. COURSE WEBSITE The course website will serve as a primary source for much of the CHM 135 information. The class notes, tutorial assignments, test information and other course material will be posted frequently on the website as the course progresses. Visit the course website on a regular basis! http://q.utoronto.ca/ Once you have logged in, you'll see the link to the CHM135 course website as well as the link to any of your other course websites which use the Quercus system. If you have not yet activated your UTORid account, please do so by going to the UTORid website, www.utorid.utoronto.ca, clicking on "Activate your UTORid" and following the instructions. During this process, you will find reference to a "Secret Activation Key". This was originally issued to you when you picked up your T-card at the library. ANNOUNCEMENTS Official announcements regarding test locations, material covered for each test and other important announcements will be posted on the CHM 135H course website. It is your responsibility to check these postings regularly for important announcements. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 5 Like many other courses, CHM 135H uses the Quercus for its course website. To access the CHM135 website, login using your UTORid and password at: 5 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles INSTRUCTORS Prof. C. S. Browning (Spokesperson) Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 220 416-946-7380 cs.browning@utoronto.ca Prof. M. W. B. Wilson Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 241A 416-978-2946 mark.w.b.wilson@utoronto.ca Dr. J. De Backere Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 223 416-946-3743 john.debackere@utoronto.ca INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS ADMINISTRATOR Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Tue 10:00-11:30am & Thur 1:00-2:00pm in LM 108 Dr. G. Harewood Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm. 115 416-946-8242 g.harewood@utoronto.ca LAB OFFICE HOURS (in LM108): Mon to Thur 3:00-4:00pm (when lab in session) Dr. Susha Chulliparambil Lash Miller Laboratories, Rm.116 416-978-5286 susha.chulliparambil@utoronto.ca Office hours: Mon-Fri, 10:30-12, 2:30-4 pm Welcome to CHM135H – Chemistry: Physical Principles! This outline is designed to provide you with information about the course and our expectations from you. The two chemistry courses CHM 135H and 136H are designed to jointly provide a general introduction to chemistry for students who intend to follow a science program, primarily in the Life or Health Sciences. They are also the recommended courses for those applying for entry into professional programs. CHM 135H and 136H are also acceptable in the Chemistry specialist program. CHM 135H and CHM 136H will prepare you well for other chemistry courses in later years. If these are to be your only courses in chemistry, we trust you will have gained some understanding of the breadth of the subject and of its importance in a wide variety of other areas of science. CLASS TIMES L0101 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday L0201 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 – 10:00am 12:00 – 1:00pm ES 1050 MC 102 COURSE OVERVIEW CHM135H will cover the physical principles important in chemistry: UNIT 1. Review (Chapters 1-4), Quantum nature of the atom. CHAPTER 5. UNIT 2. States of matter: gases, liquids and solids; solutions. CHAPTERS 8.5, 8.6, 10, 11, 12. UNIT 3. Kinetics: rates of chemical reactions and mechanism. CHAPTER 13. UNIT 4. Principles of equilibrium; acid/base behaviour and buffers; solubilty. CHAPTERS 14, 15, 16. UNIT 5. Thermodynamics: enthalpy, entropy, free energy; laws of thermodynamics. CHAPTERS 9, 17. UNIT 6. Electrochemistry: redox reactions; electrochemical cells; cell potential. CHAPTER 18. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 1 LAB INSTRUCTOR Browning Wilson De Backere 1 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles REQUIRED TEXTBOOK The required course textbook is "Chemistry", 7th Edition by McMurry, Fay and Robinson (Prentice Hall, 2015). There is also a supplement to this text, "Solutions Manual", which contains solutions to select questions found in the main text. The textbook and solutions manual can be purchased at the University of Toronto Textbook Store (214 College Street) either together or separately. CLASSES Brief class notes will be available on the CHM 135H course website on Quercus ahead of each class. Because these notes do not represent all of the concepts discussed in class, you should attend all CHM135H classes since it is here that fundamental course content will be presented and elucidated. Many of the problems will be done in class and do not appear in the notes. Be prepared to make notes on the material discussed in class as this is a key component of active learning. TUTORIALS You chose a weekly tutorial time on ROSI/Acorn when you enrolled in CHM 135H. On the basis of your time selection, you will be assigned to a tutorial group by the Department of Chemistry. Tutorials begin the week of January 13th. By this date, a tutorial session schedule will be posted to inform you of your assigned tutorial group number and your tutorial classroom location. The goals of the tutorials are:  to review the course material;  to examine and exercise important concepts through problem-solving and enquiry; Chemistry is an area of study that relies on problem-solving. In order to learn chemistry and be successful on the term tests and exam, you need to practice. Since students have different backgrounds and abilities, different students will require more or less practice. Remember that you are the best judge of your own learning (provided you are honest with yourself). Do as many or as few questions as you feel are necessary to get an in-depth understanding of the concepts! To provide feedback about your progress in the course, 10-minute quizzes will be given throughout the term according to the timetable provided below. Quizzes are meant to serve as a gauge of your knowledge of the important concepts in the course; we also hope that they will encourage you to get into the habit of studying the course material regularly. QUIZ SCHEDULE Quiz 1 (on Unit 1): January 20-24 Quiz 4 (on Unit 4): March 9-13 Quiz 2 (on Unit 2): February 3-7 Quiz 5 (on Unit 5): March 23-27 Quiz 3 (on Unit 3): February 24-28 (No Quiz on Unit 6) Your best three of four quizzes will count towards the quiz component of your final grade. Note: there are no make-ups for missed quizzes. CHM 135: Chemistry – Physical Principles page 2 Questions from the course textbook will be posted weekly on the course website for you to work through. Complete these questions before your next weekly tutorial class. At that class, your teaching assistant (TA) will discuss any questions that you may have concerning the assigned exercises and assist you in understanding the important concepts of the course material. 2 Winter 2020 CHM 135S - Chemistry: Physical Principles LABORATORIES Every CHM 135H student has also enrolled in a laboratory section through ROSI/Acorn. There are no labs in the first week of class ...
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