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CHEM1001

Week 13 Semester 2 2017

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hudson Dr Hudson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)   williamson Dr Williamson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:59 am)   george Dr George's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)      

Elements and Atoms

  •  explain what an element is
  •  appreciate that elements may be metals or non-metals and may be solids, liquids or gases and what these terms mean
  • more ...

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Elements and Atoms
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CHEM1001 Week 2

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hudson Dr Hudson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)   williamson Dr Williamson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:59 am)   george Dr George's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)      

Elements and Atoms

  •  explain what an element is
  •  appreciate that elements may be metals or non-metals and may be solids, liquids or gases and what these terms mean
  • more ...

Molecules and Ions

  •  work out the number of electrons an ion has from its symbol
  •  recognize that most ions have a Noble gas configuration
  • more ...

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Elements and Atoms Molecules and Ions
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CHEM1001 Week 3

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hudson Dr Hudson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)   williamson Dr Williamson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:59 am)        

Molecules and Ions

  •  work out the number of electrons an ion has from its symbol
  •  recognize that most ions have a Noble gas configuration
  • more ...

Chemical Equations

  •  explain what chemical reactions are and why they occur
  •  identify reactions as being combination, precipitation, decomposition, replacement or acid/base
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Molecules and Ions Chemical Equations
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CHEM1001 Week 4

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Stoichiometry

  •  work out atomic mass as a weighted average of isotope masses
  •  work out the molecular mass of a covalent compound from its chemical formula
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Stoichiometry
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CHEM1001 Week 5

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The Periodic Table

  •  recognize the relationships between elements in the same periods and in the same groups
  •  predict the properties of an element from its position, including its metallic, semi-metallic or non-metallic properties and the acid, basic or amphoteric properties of its oxide

Atomic Energy Levels

  •  identify the number of sub-shells available for each shell and the number of electrons that can fit in each of these
  •  write down electron configurations for atoms and ions

Lewis Model of Bonding

  •  draw Lewis structures for molecules containing single and multiple bonds and with lone pairs
  •  draw resonance structures for molecules where more than one Lewis structure is possible
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CHEM1001 Week 6

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hudson Dr Hudson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)   williamson Dr Williamson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:59 am)        

VSEPR

  •  work out the number of bonding and non-bonding pairs from the Lewis structure of a molecule
  •  predict the distribution of these pairs around an atom
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VSEPR
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CHEM1001 Week 7

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hudson Dr Hudson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:58 am)   williamson Dr Williamson's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 03/03/17 (5:59 am)     clements Dr Clements' Lecture notes (Series 1 and 3: Tue 9, Wed 9 and Thu 9) Published 26/04/17 (3:50 am)   warr Prof Warr's lecture notes (Series 2: Tue 11, Thu 11 and Fri 9) Published 26/04/17 (3:50 am)  

VSEPR

  •  work out the number of bonding and non-bonding pairs from the Lewis structure of a molecule
  •  predict the distribution of these pairs around an atom
  • more ...

Gas Laws

  •  use the ideal gas law to relate the number of moles, pressure, volume and temperature of a gas
  •  relate gas density and molar mass
  • more ...

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CHEM1001 Week 8

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Thermochemistry

  •  explain the difference between heat and temperature
  •  appreciate that heat is mostly associated with changes kinetic energy and chemical reactions are mostly associated with changes in potential energy

First Law of Thermodynamics

  •  explain the difference between heat and temperature
  •  identify a process as endothermic or exothermic from the temperature change
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Thermochemistry First Law of Thermodynamics
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CHEM1001 Week 9

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Types of Intermolecular Forces

  •  describe the different kinds of intermolecular forces that exist
  •  identify which intermolecular forces are present and which are more important between different molecules
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Oxidation Numbers

  •  assign formal oxidation numbers to each atom in a compound

Nitrogen Chemistry and Compounds

  •  work out the oxidation number of nitrogen in its compounds
  •  work out the shapes and the number of unpaired electrons on nitrogen oxides and halides
  • more ...

Nitrogen in the Atmosphere

  •  discuss the NOx cycle in the atmosphere

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Types of Intermolecular Forces Oxidation Numbers
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CHEM1001 Week 10

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Chemical Equilibrium

  •  explain the dynamic nature of equilibrium processes
  •  write the equilibrium constant for any reaction or process
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Chemical Equilibrium
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CHEM1001 Week 11

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Equilibrium and Thermochemistry in Industrial Processes

  •  explain the main processes used industrially to extract metals from their ores
  •  use Ellingham diagrams to predict which metals can be extracted using coke at different temperatures
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Equilibrium and Thermochemistry in Industrial Processes
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CHEM1001 Week 12

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Electrochemistry

  •  relate the sign of the electrode potential to the direction of spontaneous change
  •  combine half cells to produce balanced redox reactions and to calculate cell potentials
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Electrolytic Cells

  •  identify the processes and species formed at the anode and cathode of Galvanic and electrolytic cells
  •  identify the direction of electron flow in Galvanic and electrolytic cells
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Introduction to Electrochemistry Electrochemistry
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CHEM1001 Week 13

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Electrolytic Cells

  •  identify the processes and species formed at the anode and cathode of Galvanic and electrolytic cells
  •  identify the direction of electron flow in Galvanic and electrolytic cells
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Electrochemistry (Batteries and Corrosion)

  •  explain the difference between primary and secondary batteries
  •  identify the chemical reactions in common batteries
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Electrolytic Cells