Lecture Number 
Contents 
1 
Chapter 1: Introduction to Matter 
2 
Chapter 1: Units of measure/dimensional analysis 

Problem Set #1 
3 
Chapter 2: History/structure of the atom 
4 
Chapter 2: Isotopic abundance and nuclear particles 
5 
Chapter 2: Periodic table and nomenclature 

Problem Set #2 
6 
Chapter 3: Chemical equations and chemical reactions 
7 
Chapter 3: Introduction to the mol and Avogadro's number 

Problem Set #3 
8 
Chapter 3: Stoichiometry and limiting reagents 

Problem Set #4 
9 
Chapter 3: Solution stoichiometry 

Problem Set #5 
10 
Chapter 4: Introduction to thermochemistry and definitions of heat, temperature, etc. 
11 
Chapter 4: Calorimetry at constant pressure and constant volume 

Problem Set #6 
12 
Chapter 4: Introduction to enthalpy and state functions 
13 
Chapter 4: Enthalpy of formation and enthalpy of reaction 

Problem Set #7 
14 
Chapter 5: The periodic table and classification of elements 
15 
Chapter 5: Some chemical and physical properties of the elements 

Problem Set #8 
16 
Chapter 6: Introduction to light and wave behavior 
17 
Chapter 6: Photoelectric effect and the Bohr model of the atom 

Problem Set #9 
18 
Chapter 6: Quantum mechanics and quantum numbers 
19 
Chapter 6: Electronic structure of the hydrogen atom 

Problem Set #10 
20 
Chapter 7: Effective nuclear charge and shielding in multielectron atoms 
21 
Chapter 7: Electronic structure of multielectron atoms and electron configurations 
22 
Chapter 7: Periodicity in atomic radii, ionization energy and electron affinity 

Problem Set #11 
23 
Chapter 8: Ionic bonding model and lattice energy 
24 
Chapter 8: Covalent boning model, electronegativity 
25 
Chapter 8: Introduction to Lewis structures 

Problem Set #12 
26 
Chapter 8: Expanded octet, resonance and bond dissociation energy 
27 
Chapter 8: Oxidation numbers and nomenclature 

Problem Set #13 
28 
Chapter 9:Introduction to VSEPR 
29 
Chapter 9: VSEPR, polarity and dipole moments 
30 
Chapter 9: Sigma and pi bonding 
31 
Chapter 9: Hybridization 

Problem Set #14 
32 
Chapter 10: Introduction to gases and atmospheric pressure 
33 
Chapter 10: Boyle's, Charles' and Avogadro's Law 
34 
Chapter 10: Ideal gas law 

Problem Set #15 
35 
Chapter 10: Gaseous stoichiometry and Dalton's Law 
36 
Chapter 10: Kinetic molecular model of an ideal gas 
37 
Chapter 10: Effusion, diffusion and real gases 

Problem Set #16 
38 
Chapter 11: Kinetic molecular model of a liquid and a solid and heating/cooling curves 
39 
Chapter 11: Introduction to vapor pressure 
40 
Chapter 11: ClausiusClapeyron equation 

Problem Set #17 
41 
Chapter 11: Intermolecular attractive forces 
42 
Chapter 11: Introduction to solids and cubic unit cells 
43 
Chapter 11: Closestpacking and ionic solids 

Problem Set #18 
44 
Review for Exam 
45 
Review for Exam 
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46 
Chapter 12: Introduction to Solutions and intermolecular attractive Forces 
47 
Chapter 12: Intermolecular attractive forces and lattice energies 
48 
Chapter 12: Concentration: Molarity, molality, mole fraction and weight percent 

Problem Set #19 
49 
Chapter 12: Colligative properties: vapor pressure and freezing point depression and boiling point elevation 
50 
Chapter 12: Colligative properties; ionic solutions 
51 
Chapter 12: Osmotic pressure and colloids 

Problem Set #20 
52 
Chapter 13: Introduction to chemical kinetics, initial, instantaneous and average rates 
53 
Chapter 13: Differential rate laws and method of initial rate 

Problem Set #21 
54 
Chapter 13: Integrate rate law for simple reactions following first order kinetics 
55 
Chapter 13: Integrate rate law for simple reactions following second order kinetics 

Problem Set #22 
56 
Chapter 13: Activation energy and the Arrhenius equation 
57 
Chapter 13: Energy profile diagram and reaction mechanisms 
58 
Chapter 13: Reaction mechanisms and catalysis 

Problem Set #23 
59 
Chapter 14: Introduction to chemical equilibrium...macroscopic 
60 
Chapter 14: Introduction to chemical equilibrium...microscopic 
61 
Chapter 14: Write equilibrium expressions and deermine equilibrium constants 

Problem Set #24 
62 
Chapter 14: Calculate the equilibrium concentrations given the equilibrium concstant and the initial concentration of a reactant(s) 
63 
Chapter 14: Le Chatelier's principle 
64 
Chapter 14: Temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant and the relationship between equilibrium and rate constants 

Problem Set #25 
65 
Chapter 15: Define Arrhenius acids and bases and pH 
66 
Chapter 15: Define BrnstedLowry acid and BrnstedLowry base 
67 
Chapter 15: Calculate the equilibrium constatn for a weak acid and base, and calculate the pH of a solution of a weak or weak base 

Problem Set #26 
68 
Chapter 15: Calculate the pH of a polyprotic acid 
69 
Chapter 15: Calculate the pH of a salt solution 
70 
Chapter 15: Discuss the relationship of molecular structure to strength of acid 

Problem Set #27 
71 
Chapter 16: Introduce common ions systems and calculate their pH 
72 
Chapter 16: Calculate the pH for points on the titration curve for the neutralization of a strong acid and strong base 
73 
Chapter 16: Calculate the pH for points on the titration curve for the neutralization of a weak acid and strong base 

Problem Set #28 
74 
Chapter 16: Introduce buffers and how to calculate the pH of a buffer solution 
75 
Chapter 16: Calculate the pH of a buffer after adding a strong acid and a strong base 
76 
Chapter 16: Introduce solubility and solubility product constant 
77 
Chapter 16: Calculate the solubility of an insoluble salt and predict whether a precipitation will occur when mixing aqueous solutions of soluble salts 

Problem Set #29 
78 
Chapter 17: Review the first law of thermodynamics, heat of formation and heat of reaction 
79 
Chapter 17: Introduce the second law of thermodynamics, entropy and entropy of reaction 
80 
Chapter 17: Free energy, and the importance of enthalpy, entropy and temperature to spontaneity 
81 
Chapter 17: Free energy at standard and nonstandard conditions 

Problem Set #30 
82 
Chapter 18: Introduce oxidation, reduction and oxidizing and reducing agents 
83 
Chapter 18: Balancing oxidationreduction reaction 
84 
Chapter 18: Draw voltaic cells, emf and standard cell potentials 

Problem Set #31 
85 
Chapter 18: Calculate Eû and relate Eû to spontaneity 
86 
Chapter 18: Application of the Nernst equation 
87 
Chapter 18: Discuss electrochemical reactions in batteries and corrosion 

Problem Set #32 
88 
Chapter 18: Electrochemical reaction in the chemical industry 
89 
Chapter 18: Quantitative applications in electrolysis reactions 

Problem Set #33 
90 
Review for Exam 