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STUDY GUIDE
FOR
CHM 102
CHM 102: Introductory Chemistry II
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Credit Points : 4
Year: 2010/2011
Semester: Harmattan
About the Course:
This course introduces students to basic
knowledge in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
for future challenges.
LECTURERS INFORMATION
Name
• Prof. A. A Olajire
• Dr. I.A. Bello
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E-mail Address
Phone Number
[email protected]
[email protected]
+2348033824264
+2348035920250
Dr. (Mrs) M.A. Oladipo [email protected] +2348033817017
Dr. T.A. Adedosu
[email protected] +2347055302824
Dr. B. Semire
[email protected]
+2348038269809
Dr. M. Abdul-Hammed [email protected] +2348069151819
• Consultation: Via e-mail, blackberry, audio, video, blogging,
INTRODUCTION
The course will cover aspects of :
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Molecules and Chemical Bonding;
Properties of selected compounds related to the periodic law
Coordination Chemistry
Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Scope of Organic chemistry and natural sources of organic
compounds
• Determination of empirical and molecular and structural
formulae of organic compounds,
• Common types of organic reactions - addition, substitution,
elimination, rearrangements etc
• Introduction to macro-molecular compounds and natural
products.
Aim of the Course
• To develop student generic skill in the area of Organic and
Inorganic Chemistry.
• To develop their ability to identify ionic bonds, covalent bonds,
polarity of bonds, coordinate bonds, metallic bonds, basic
crystalline structures, e.g. NaCl and metallic lattices, trends in
properties of the elements across the periods and down the
groups
• To be able to name inorganic complexes and know their
respective properties and uses
• To be able to identify the origin of organic compounds, with
emphasis on coal and petroleum
• To know how organic compounds are isolated, purified and
identified from natural sources
• To understand the influence of bond length, bond angles and
bond strength on the reactivity, physical and chemical
properties of organic compounds
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After completing the lesson, students will be able
• To state the properties of elements across the periods
and along the groups
• To name inorganic complexes and state their properties
• To isolate, purify and characterize any organic
compound from its natural source
• To prepare simple drugs such as aspirin
Course Materials
• General Chemistry
by the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry
LAUTECH, Ogbomoso
• Fundamental University Organic and Inorganic
Chemistry
by Olajire Abass
• Tips!!! Studying the reference materials and
practising the questions at the end of each chapter
will enhance your performance in the final
examinations.
Preparing for Examination
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Past exam papers
Contacts with your course instructors
Your own notes
Advice from students who took the exam the previous years
Tutorial conversation between the learners.
NB: Books, such as Organic Chemistry by I.L. Finar and Concise
Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee will not be required to pass
examination in this course, however it will provide excellent
additional information concerning this course if you choose to
read them.
PRE - REQUISITES
• Student must have basic knowledge of
Chemistry at O-Level or equivalent.
PREPARATORY QUESTIONS
• Practice questions at the end of each chapter
of the reference books will be helpful in
preparing for exams.
• Past examination questions and tutorial
questions will also be useful.
ASSESSMENT
• Continuous assessment which includes Quiz,
Assignment, Mid-Semester Test and Attendance
will constitute 30% of overall assessment.
• Examination will be 70%.
• EXAM MALPRACTICES AND PLAGIARISM WILL
ATTRACT PENALTY SUCH AS FAILURE IN THE
COURSE OR REFERRAL TO ODL DISCIPLINARY
COMMITTEE
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