William P. Reinhardt
Energy, enthalpy and thermochemistry, spontaneity, entropy and free energy, electrochemistry, quantum mechanics, and atomic theory. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 1.7 in either CHEM 142, or CHEM 145. No more than the number of credits indicated can be counted toward graduation from the following course groups: CHEM 152, CHEM 155 (5 credits). Offered: AWSpS.
See syllabus posted at the site: www.chem.washington.edu. Look under "Courses, CHEM 152A, Spring 2009 REINHARDT" for course rules, activities, labs, quizzes, outline of materials to be covered, etc. etc.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
come to class, come to quiz section, there will a quiz or an "activity" every week!
Math is key! Math is KING! AND be sure to be in command of the acid-base equilibrium material in CH 8.....this will be on your first lab, and come up again as 'we derive' this material from Thermodynamics....
Class assignments and grading