CHEM 162 : General Chemistry II

Second course of a two-course sequence designed to meet the one-year General Chemistry requirement for pre-med, science and engineering majors. Topics include thermochemistry, kinetics, acid-base equilibrium, solubility equilibrium and electrochemistry. Emphasis on problem solving.

Prerequisites

A grade of ā€œCā€ or better in CHEM 161, credit for or registration in MATH 135, or consent of instructor

Corequisites

CHEM 162L.

Course Outcomes

  • Predict properties of pure substances using phase diagrams.
  • Predict properties (boiling point, melting point, osmotic pressure, vapor pressure) of solutions based on concentration.
  • Determine reaction rate law and calculate rate constants and half-life based on experimental data.
  • Calculate the equilibrium concentration of chemicals in solution involved in precipitation, and acid-base and reactions.
  • Predict spontaneous reactions based on enthalpy and entropy considerations.
  • Determine the electrochemical potential of redox reactions.

Course Details

Discipline:

Credits:

3

Lecture Hours:

3

Designation:

DP