25143 Chemistry (1)

Course Description

In this chemistry (1) course, students will learn chemical and physical principles by exploring a specific focus area in which chemistry of basic methods , nature of matter, chemical bonding, Stoichiometry, gases law, solutions, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry. This course develops scientific thinking and helps students to understand important interdisciplinary connections. Three hours lecture per week. This course is designated as math/natural sciences division general education course.

Learning Objective

  • At the completion of this course, the successful student will be able to:
  • 1. To understanding general properties of matter.
  • 2. Balance chemical equations, identify basic types of chemical reactions and predict the outcome of these reactions.
  • 3. Use the concept of the mole in quantitative chemical calculations.
  • 4. Understand stoichiometric relationships involved in reactions. 5. Calculate and utilize solution concentration units such as molarity. 6. Understand the ideal gas law and its application in quantitative problems. 7. To understand types of chemical bonds.



Books for this Course

  • 1. Basic Inorganic Chemistry, F.Albert Cotton
  • 2. Chemistry, Faul L.Gaus
  • 3. The golden book of chemistry experiment, Gilber and Robert brant

Times Offered

  • September
  • January