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Section 456126 C-7 (July 3-August 18) Syllabus TBA

North Campus Hybrid Classes
(B-12 Session)

Section: 453639
Summer 2017 M Day

Lecture Time:   M  10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. D0207
Online Time:     TBA**.                    Internet
**Partial Hybrid Class Online Internet Required

North Campus Hybrid Class (B-12 Session)

Section: 453642
Spring 2017 Online

Lecture Time:   M  6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. D0207
Online Time:     TBA**.                    Internet
**Hybrid Class Requires the Internet

Total Online Class
(B-12 Session)(6/05-08/14)

Section: 452742
Summer 2017 Online

Lecture Via Online Videos by John Suchocki
Online Time:     TBA**.                    Internet
**Online Class Requires the Internet

CHM 1020 FSCJ Course Outline Model
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Find Your Instructor!
Summer 2017 Office
Summer 2017 Office Time Matrix

Required Textbook:
Conceptual Chemistry 5th Edition
                 by John Suchocki
Conceptual Chemistry Textbook Cover
Mastering Chemistry

ISBN: 9780321804464

Why Purchase the Textbook?
Watch Video:
How to Succeed in a Science Course!

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: About Science
Chapter 2: Particles of Matter
Chapter 3: Elements of Chemistry
Chapter 4: Subatomic Particles
Chapter 5: The Atomic Nucleus
Chapter 6: How Atoms Bond
Chapter 7: How Molecules Mix
Chapter 8: How Water Behaves
Chapter 9: How Chemicals React
Chapter 10: Acids and Bases in Our Environment
Chapter 11: Oxidations and Reductions
                    Charge the World
Chapter 12: Organic Compounds
Chapter 13: The Nutrients of Life
Chapter 14: Medicinal Chemistry
Chapter 15: Optimizing Food Production
Chapter 16: Protecting Water and Air Resources
Chapter 17: Capturing Energy

                   Author: John Suchocki

John Suchocki Table of Videos

Chapter 1: About Science
1.1 Science Is a Way of Understanding
      the Natural World
1.2 The Discovery of the Buckyball
1.3 Technology Is Applied Science
1.4 We Are Still Learning About the
      Natural World
1.5 Chemistry Is Integral to Our Lives
1.6 Scientists Measure Physical Quantities

Chapter 2: Particles of Matter
2.1 The Submicroscopic World Is Super-Small
2.2 Discovering the Atom
2.3 Mass Is How Much and Volume Is How Spacious
2.4 Density Is the Ratio of Mass to Volume
2.5 Energy Is the Mover of Matter
2.6 Temperature Is a Measure of How Hot-
     -Heat It Is Not
2.7 The Phase of a Material Depends
     on the Motion of Its Particles
2.8 Gas Laws Describe the Behavior of Gases

Chapter 3: Elements of Chemistry
3.1 Matter Has Physical and Chemical Properties
3.2 Elements Are Made of Atoms
3.3 The Periodic Table Helps Us to Understand
      the Elements
3.4 Elements Can Combine to Form Compounds
3.5 There Is A System for Naming Compounds
3.6 Most-materials-are-mixtures
3.7 Matter Can Be Classified as Pure or Impure
3.8 The Advent of Nanotechnology

Chapter 4: Subatomic Particles
4.1 Physical and Conceptual Models
4.2 The Electron Was the First Subatomic
      Particle Discovered
4.3 The Mass of an Atom Is Concentrated
      in its Nucleus
4.4 The Atomic Nucleus Is Made of Protons
      and Neutrons
4.5 Light Is a Form of Energy
4.6 Atomic Spectra and the Quantum Hypothesis
4.7 Electrons Exhibit Wave Properties
4.8 The Noble Gas Shell Model Simplifies
      the Energy-Level Diagram
4.9 The Periodic Table Helps Us Predict
      Properties of Elements

Chapter 5: The Atomic Nucleus
5.1 Radioactivity--the Disintegration
      of the Atomic Nucleus
5.2 Radioactivity Is a Natural Phenomenon
5.3 Radioactivity Results from an Imbalance
     of Forces
5.4 Radioactive Elements Transmute to
     Different Elements
5.5 The Shorter the Half-Life, the Greater
      the Radioactivity
5.6 Isotopic Dating Measures the
     Ages of Materials
5.7 Nuclear Fission--The Splitting
     of Atomic Nuclei
5.8 The Mass-Energy Relationship: E = mc2
5.9 Nuclear Fusion--The Combining of
      Atomic Nuclei

Chapter 6: How Atoms Bond
6.1 Electron-Dot Structures
6.2 Atoms Can Lose or Gain Electrons to
     Become Ions
6.3 Ionic Bonds Result from a Transfer
      of Electrons
6.4 The Electrons of Metallic Bonds
      Are Loosely Held
6.5 Covalent Bonds Result from a
     Sharing of Electrons
6.6 Valence Electrons Determine Molecular Shape
6.7 Polar Covalent Bonds--Uneven Sharing
     of Electrons
6.8 Molecular Polarity--Uneven Distribution
     of Electrons

Chapter 7: How Molecules Mix
7.1 Four Different Types of Dipole Attractions
7.2 A Solution Is a Single-Phase
      Homogeneous Mixture
7.3 Concentration Is Given As Moles Per Liter
7.4 Solubility Is How Well a Solute Dissolves
7.5 Soap Works by Being Both Polar
     and Nonpolar
7.6 Softening Hard Water
7.7 Purifying the Water We Drink

Chapter 8: How Water Behaves
8.1 Water Molecules Form an Open
     Crystalline Structure in Ice
8.2 Freezing and Melting Go On at the Same Time
8.3 Liquid Waters Behavior Results from the
      Stickiness of Its Molecules
8.4 Water Molecules Move Freely Between
     the Liquid and Gaseous Phases
8.5 It Takes a Lot of Energy to Change
     the Temperature of Liquid Water
8.6 A Phase Change Requires the Input
     or Output of Energy

Chapter 9: How Chemicals React
9.1 Chemical Reactions Are Represented
      by Chemical Equations
9.2 Counting Atoms and Molecules By Mass
9.3 Converting Between Grams and Moles
9.4 Chemical Reactions Can Be Exothermic
      or Endothermic
9.5 Chemical Reactions Are Driven By Entropy
9.6 Chemical Reactions Can Be Slow or Fast
9.7 Catalysts Speed Up the Destruction
       of Stratospheric Ozone

Chapter 10: Acids and Bases
10.1 Acids Donate Protons and Bases
      Accept Them
10.2 Some Acids and Bases Are Stronger
      Than Others
10.3 Solutions Can Be Acidic, Basic, or Neutral
10.4 Buffer Solutions Resist Changes in pH
10.5 Rainwater Is Acidic
10.6 Carbon Dioxide Acidifies the Oceans

Chapter 11: Oxidations and Reductions
11.1 Losing and Gaining Electrons
11.2 Harnessing the Energy of Flowing Electrons
11.3 Batteries Consume Chemicals to
      Generate Electricity
11.4 Fuel Cells Consume Fuel to
     Generate Electricity
11.5 Photovoltaics Transform Light
      Into Electricity
11.6 Electrolysis Produces Chemical Change
11.7 Metal Compounds Can Be Converted
      to Metals
11.8 Oxygen Is Responsible for Corrosion
     and Combustion

Chapter 12: Organic Compounds
12.1 Hydrocarbons Contain Only Carbon
      and Hydrogen
12.2 Unsaturated Hydrocarbons Have
      Multiple Bonds
12.3 Functional Groups Give Organic
      Compounds Character
12.4 Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
      Contain Oxygen
12.5 Amines and Alkaloids Contain Nitrogen
12.6 Carbonyl Containing Compounds
12.7 An Example of Organic Synthesis
12.8 Organic Molecules Can Link to
      Form Polymers
12.9 A Brief History of Plastics

Chapter 13: Nutrients of Life
13.1 Biomolecules Are Produced and Utilized by Organisms
13.2 Carbohydrates Give Structure and Energy
13.3 Lipids Are Insoluble in Water
13.4 Proteins Are Polymers of Amino Acids
13.5 Nucleic Acids Code for Proteins
13.6 Vitamins Are Organic, Minerals
       Are Inorganic
13.7 Metabolism Is the Cycling of Biomolecules
       Through the Body
13.8 The Food Pyramid Summarizes a
       Healthful Diet

Chapter 14: Medicinal Chemistry
14.1 Medicines Are Drugs That Benefit the Body
14.2 The Lock-and-Key Model Guides the
       Synthesis New Medicines
14.3 Chemotherapy Cures the Host by
       Killing the Disease
14.4 The Nervous System Is a
       Network of Neurons
14.5 Psychoactive Drugs Alter the Mind
      or Behavior
14.6 Pain Relievers Inhibit the Transmission
        or Perception of Pain
14.7 Medicines for the Heart

Chapter 15: Optimizing Food Production
15.1 Humans Eat at All Trophic Levels
15.2 Plants Require Nutrients
15.3 Soil Fertility Is Determined by Soil Structure
       and Nutrient Retention
15.4 Natural and Synthetic Fertilizers
       Help Restore Soil Fertility
15.5 Pesticides Kill Insects, Weeds, and Fungi
15.6 There Is Much to Learn from
       Past Agricultural Practices
15.7 High Agricultural Yields Can Be Sustained
       with Proper Practices

Chapter 16: Water and Air Resources
16.1 Water on the Move New Video
16.2 Collectively, We Consume Huge
       Amounts of Water New Video
16.3 Human Activities Can Pollute Water
      New Video
16.4 Wastewater Treatment New Video
16.5 The Earths Atmosphere Is a
       Mixture of Gases (2 Videos)
16.6 Human Activities Have Increased
       Air Pollution
16.7 Carbon Dioxide Helps Keep the
       Earth Warm4 New Videos

Chapter 17: Capturing Energy
17.1 Electricity Is a Convenient Form of Energy
17.2 Fossil Fuels Are a Widely Used but
       Limited Energy Source
17.3 Issues of the Nuclear Industry
17.4 What Are Sustainable Energy Sources?
17.5 Water Can Be Used to Generate Electricity
17.6 Biomass Is Chemical Energy
17.7 Energy Can Be Harnessed from Sunlight
17.8 Solar Energy Can Be Stored as Hydrogen

Special Topics

Exlorations 1st Class:

Dave Ellis (Meet my Frined Dave 13th) authored a leading selling book which is used in Student Success Programs:
"How to Become A Master Student (15th)"
The web site has a lot of self discovery exercises as follows:
Online Exercise Menu

e-Learning Self Assessment

(Are you ready for this course)
5a: First Email
5b: Interactiv Time Chart
5c: Create A Life Line
5d: Discovery Wheel
5e: Myers-Briggs Type
5f: Hemisphere
5g: Master Student Power Processes
5i: Master Student Power Point Slides
5h: Learning Style Exercise (not available)
     Learning Cycle (not available)
     Learning Grid (not available)

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#1: The World Of Chemistry
#2: Color
#3: Measurement

Chapter 1 About Science:

Scientific Method:
Sections 1.1; 1.3, 1.4

Andromeda Strain Movie Project(old)

Alternate Video-Lab Experiment:
Control Experiment Movie

Section 1.6

Significant Digits Animation

Metric Prefix Table
Metric System Animation

Unit Analysis Animation

OnLine Unit Analysis Calculator

New Unit Analysis Web Site
Under Construction

Chapter 1 Contextual Chemistry:
Global Climate Change
Some U-Tube Videos:
6 Degrees Could Change the World 1:36:37

Earth's Frozen Regions and Global Warming - Documentary 52:01

Discovery Channel - Global Warming, What You Need To Know, with Tom Brokaw 1:27:31

PBS Global Warming: The Signs and the Science 55:27

Greenland is Melting (2015) 1:01:02

Climate Change | Its Effect on Earth After 20 Years
Earth Underwater (2015) 45:15

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episode: (optional)
#3: Measurement

Chapter 2 Particles of Matter:

U-Tube: The Truly Periodic Table 7:03

(Section 2.5)
Forms Of Energy
What is Energy? - for kids
Energy Info Page for Kids
Energy Facts for Kids
Government Energy Information Page
Energy Story-California
Energy Forms-Wikipedia
Kidport-Forms of Energy
Kids & Energy-Laws of Thermodynamics

Section 2.6
Temperature Scales
Temperature Calc. with Merlin

Section 2.7:
Change of State Animation

Phase Diagram Movie:
Play Movie   (mp4 file)
Phase Diagram Movie
(Real Player Required)( .rm file )

UTube Videos:
Triple Point
State of Matter 1
States of Matter 2: Emmory U
States of Matter 3 Emory U

Gas Laws:

Boyle's Law Movie:
MP4 Movie- PressureVolume
(Use Windows Media Player)

Charles Laws Demo
(Streaming Real Video Plug-in Required)

Vapor Pressure Concept
(MP4 Movie-Use Windows Media Player)

Graham's Law of Diffusion Animation

Combined Gas Law
Shockwave Demonstration

Ideal Gas Law
Shockwave Demonstration

Gas laws Demo
Flash Player: .exe File

Measurement Project:
Gasoline Demand Project(old)
Sample Gasoline Demand Spreadsheet

Chapter 3 Elements of Chemistry:

Interactive Matter Chart
Filled Matter Chart
Empty Matter Chart
Corwin Matter Chart

New 54 Element Quiz
Table 4.3: Element List

Mod 1 Online Voc Hmwk

Hill's Chapter 1 Images

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#1: The World Of Chemistry
#2: Color
#5: A Matter of State

UTube Videos:
Triple Point
State of Matter 1
States of Matter 2: Emmory U
States of Matter 3 Emory U

Critical Thinking

Lab: Critical Thinking
MAA Abstract 2012
Power Point

Critical Thinking Exercise

Chapter 4: Subatomic Particles

Chapter 4 Section 4.7:

e-1 conf (Online)
Improved 2/20/07

New Web Site 2/15/10
Periodic Chart/e-1Configurations

Electron Configuration Animation
Periods 1-2-3 Filling Sequence
Period 4 Filling Sequence
Period 5 Filling Sequence
Period 6 Filling Sequence

Elements 1-112

Electron Configuration Rules Menu

Atomic Orbitals Movie
(Large Download)

Hill's Chapter 2 Images
Hill's Chapter 3 Images

Mod 3 Online Voc HmWk

Corwin Chapter 3 Movies
e1-Configuration Intro
Rutherford Experiment
Millikan Oil Drop Experiment
Multiple Proportions Law

Corwin Chap 3 Animations (Shockwave)
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Electron Configurations
Atomic Notation

Corwin Chapter 6 Movies
Ionization Energy
Periodic Properties
Periodic Trends: Atomic Radii
Periodic Trends: Ionization Energies
Flame tests Alkali Metals

Corwin Chapter 6 Flash
Predicting Ionic Charges
Interactive Periodic Table
[Corwin Chapter 6 Flash]

Chapter 6 Section 6.1 Figure 6.5
Dot Structures Atoms

Chapter 6 Section 6.7 Figure 6.27

Chapter 6 Section 6.1 Figure 6.5
Electron Dot Atoms I

Chapter 6 Sections 6.1 & 6.5
(Atoms, Molecules, Polyions)

Electron Dot Atoms II
[Corwin Chapter 6/12 Shockwave]

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#6: The Atom
#7: The Periodic Chart

Periodic Table Movie

New Web Site 2/15/10
Periodic Chart/e-1Configurations

Chapter 3-Names and Formulas

G1: Guideline #1 Study Guide
G2: Guideline #2 Study Guide
G3: Guideline #3 Study Guide (Polyions)
G3: Guideline #3 Study Guide (Ternary Ionic)
G5: Guideline #5 Study Guide
M4: Guidelines #1,#2,#3, Study Guide

Project 5 Tasks
Task #1: Binary Ionic Namea
Task #2: Binary Ionic Formulas
Task #3: Binary Molecular Names
Task #4: Binary Molecular Formulas
Task #5: Polyatomic Ion Names
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #6: Polyatomic Ion Formulas
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #7: Ternary Ionic Names
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #8: Ternary Ionic Formulas
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #9: Binary/Ternary Acid Names
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #10: Acid Formulas
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #11: Inorganic Cpd Names
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
Task #12: Inorganic Cpd Formulas
For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions

Project #5 Inorganic Nomenclature:
    Online Grading Form

Practice Chapter 3:
Names and Formulas Exam

Chapter 6-How Atoms Bond:
M4: Chapter 6 Study Guide

M4: Chapter 6 Study Guide

M4: Guideline #1/#3 Study Guide

Dot Structure Project 8 Homework

Download Dot Structure Hmwk file (.doc)

Construct Lewis Dot

B: Dot Structure of Molecules

Module 4 Study//Assignment Outline
PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#8: The Chemical Bond
#9: Molecular Architecture

Chapter 5/Module 5:
Interactive OnLine ChemiCalc
% Composition and Balance Equations

Corwin Chapter 12 Movies:
Online Dot Structures

NaCl Crystal Structure
Diamond Structure
Graphite Structure
Gain & Loss of e1-
H2 Bond Formation
Dissolution of NaCl

Periodic Trends in Electronegativity
Electronegativity & Bonds
Electron Dot Structures

Corwin Chapter 7 Interactive
Ionic Compound Activity
Naming Ionic Compounds

Chapter 4 (M-4) Part II:

Molecular Polarity Demo
H2O: Bent Structure
CO2: Linear Structure
NO21-: t-Bent Structure
CH4: Tetrahedronal Structure
BF3: Trigonal Planer
NH3: Trigonal Pyramidal

Chapter 5

Interactive OnLine ChemiCalc % Composition and Balance Equations

Chapter 9/Module 16

Hexane Isomers (Requires Real Player)
Hexane Isomers
ChemMystery's Organic Website
Norton Textbook's Organic Website

Interactive Drawing Program:
Link to Molecular Drawing Program
2D Models: Lewis & Stick-Ball 3D Molecular Modeling with MarvinSketch
Download: J2SE(TM) Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 9

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#21: Carbon
#22: The Age of Polymers
#23: Proteins: Structure and Function
#24: The Genetic Code

Former Textbooks:
13th Edition (Spring 2012 Text
Hill Textbook Cover 13th edition
Chemistry for Changing Times with MasteringChemistry, 13/E
John W. Hill
Terry W. McCreary
Doris K. Kolb

ISBN-10: 0321750101
ISBN-13: 9780321750105

Table of Contents
C Chapter 01: Chemistry Chapter 02: Atoms Chapter 03: Atomic Structure Chapter 04: Chemical Bonds
Chapter 05: Chemical Accounting
Chapter 06: Gases, Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular
Chapter 07: Acids and Bases
Chapter 08: Oxidation and Reduction
Chapter 09: Organic Chemistry
Chapter 10: Polymers
Chapter 11: Nuclear Chemistry
Supplemental Power Point Application Chapters
Chapter 12: Chemistry of the Earth
Chapter 13: Air
Chapter 14: Water
Chapter 15: Energy
Chapter 16: Biochemistry
Chapter 17: Food
Chapter 18: Drugs
Chapter 19: Fitness and Health
Chapter 20: Chemistry Down on the Farm
               and in the Garden and on the Lawn
Chapter 21: Household Chemicals
Chapter 22: Poisons

Alternate Textbooks:
12th edition:
Hill-Textbook Cover 12th edition
12th Table of Contents

11th Edition
Hill Textbook Cover-link to text web site
11th Table of Contents

Fall 2012 Grading Outline
(tentative-all will not be required-modified weekly)

Hill Web Site 11th Edition

Companion Web Site
10th edition (Interactive)

Power Points-Hill 11th Edition

Corwin Text Site
4th Edition
Power Points(Corwin)

Course Calendar (not posted)

Homework Outline Optional

Prefinal Menu Page Optional

Quiz Menu Page Optional

Grade Calculator

Student Success:
Active Learning
Learning Styles

Home Page

CHM 1020
Chemistry for Liberal Arts
Home Page

periodic chart Peridic Table Profession Periodic Table     Photographic Periodic Table
Chemicool Periodic Table   Chemical Element Periodic Table     Visual Periodic Table
Dynamite Periodic Table     Wikipedia Periodic Table     Interactive Periodic Table: touchspin
Los Alomos Periodic Table    Periodic table images--Google     Jefferson Lab-Games
Anniburg Interactives (e1-conf)
Tom Lehre Periodic Table Song:
U-Tube     U-Tube Live    U-Tube Teacher    Flash Animation     Lyrics

Search Google for:

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Introduction to Chemistry (PBS 1989)
PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes: (Optional)
#1: The World Of Chemistry
#2: Color

Projects/Papers/Activities for Some Chapters (Cafeteria Plan)

Each of the following Activities may take one to four hours to complete.
The project value depends on the estimate number of hours to complete: approximately 5 points per 60 to 75 minutes (~ one hours).
All the projects are optional.

The student should select the projects that parallel the chapters which interest the student the most. The selection is can be called the Cafeteria Plan. The student may need to complete a few of these projects (approximately 35-50 points) or complete the extra credit chapters 13 through 17 (approximately 35-70 points) to finish the course with enough points to earn a minimum A.

Some are highly suggested to complete. The highly suggested are:
#1    Scientific Method;
#2   Gasoline Project and
#21 Climate Change
Cafeteria Plan: The student will complete the 6 of the other 19 for 30 points:

1. Scientific Method (Chapter 1) (Optional-Highly Suggested) (10 points)
       a. Objective     Download WORD .doc file: Project1DescriptionScientificMethod.doc
       b. Quantative Reason Form     Download WORD .doc file: Project1OfficialLearningOutcomesQuestionForm.doc
       c. Quantative Reason Grading Rubric   Download WORD .doc file:
       d. Andromeda Strain Movie Notes     Download WORD .doc file: Project1FilmNotes.doc

2. Measurement via Gasoline Project (Chapters 1&16&17) (Optional-Highly Suggested)(20 points)
       a. Gasoline Demand Project Directions    Download WORD .doc file: Project2GasolineDemandProject.doc
       b. Gasoline Demand Project Projections    Download WORD .doc file: Project2GasolineDemandProjections.doc
       c. Throw Away Car Philosophy          Download WORD .doc file: Project2MyThrowAwayCar.doc
       d. Sample Gasoline Project Data Presentation     Download WORD .doc file:
       e. Professor Taylor's Gasoline Project Raw Data Collection (without calculations or presentation)

3. Critical Thinking-Create Personal Thermometer (Chapter 2)(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Abstract
      b. Assignment     Download WORD .doc CriticalThinkingProjectAssignment.doc

4. About Elements & Atoms (Chapter 3) (5 points)(Optional)
    Project #4: Element Expert
  1. Element Expert Directions Download WORD .doc file
  2. Abstract: Origin of the Elements Download WORD .doc file
  3. Read Origin of the Elements Text Section---Download WORD .doc File
  4. Video Clips: Origin of the Elements (Clips Not Available-Read Text Section Above-as of 6/15/16
  5. Common Elements Table(54 of 120) as Quiz Guide for the Expert
  6. Element Spelling Test
  7. The Element Game
5. About Compounds(Chapter 3)(10 points)(Optional)
      Project5 Assignment Down load WORD .doc File
      Project 5 Inorganic CompoundNomenclature Grading Form Download WORD .doc File
      Project 5 Tasks
     Task #1: Binary Ionic Namea
     Task #2: Binary Ionic Formulas
     Task #3: Binary Molecular Names
     Task #4: Binary Molecular Formulas
     Task #5: Polyatomic Ion Names For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #6: Polyatomic Ion Formulas For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #7: Ternary Ionic Names For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #8: Ternary Ionic Formulas For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #9: Binary/Ternary Acid Names For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #10: Binary-Ternary Acid Formulas For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #11: Inorganic Cpd Names For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions
     Task #12: Inorganic Cpd Formulas For CHM 1020 Use Table Polyions

     Project #5 Inorganic Nomenclature Online Grading Form
     Polyatomic Ion List for use with Project 5

6. Become An Electron Configuration Expert (Chapter 4)(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Project #6 Electron Configuration Expert Assignment---Download WORD .doc file

7. About Electricity from Nuclear Power Plants (Chapter 5&17) (10 points)(Required)
      a. Project #7 Nuclear Power Plant Assignment--- Download WORD .doc File

8. Building Molecules on line(Chapter 6) (10 points)(Optional)
      a. Project #8 Building Molecules
      b. Project #8 Data Page Report Form
      c. Online Interactive Web Sites for Building Molecules
          Drag and Drop Instructor's Site
          St. Olaf College's Building Lewis Dot Structures interactive web site (stick/dot)
          LSRHS Building Dot Structures interactive web site (Dots)(need Flash Player)
          Mr Kent's High School Web Site: Building Dot Structures

9. Water Quality (Chapters 7-8-16) (5 points)(Optional)
      "Water, Water Everywhere, Not a Drop to Drink!"
      a. Project #9 Water Quality: Assignment --- Download WORD .doc File

Electric Cars versus Hybrids (5-10 Points Each) (Projects #10-11-12-13) (One Suggested)

10. Electric Cars-I Video: "Who Killed the Electric Car?" (2006) (5 points)
      a. Project 10 Assignment
      b. Project 10 Video Notes Document--- Download WORD .doc File

11. Electric Cars-II Video: "Revenge of the Electric Car" (2011) (5 points)
     a. Project 11 Assignment
     b. Project 11 Video Notes Document --- Download WORD .doc File

12. Electric Cars-III Test Drive Electric Car(5 points for each test drive) (Compare all ELECTRICS):
      a. Project 12 Assignment
      b. Nissan LEAF (5 Points)
      c. Chevrolet VOLT (5 Points)
      d. Hybrid PRIUS vs 2017 Plug-in Hybrid PRIUS PRIME
           or versus other makes of HYBRID VEHICLES (test drive two Hybrids [one Prius+one other]-5 points)

13. Electric Cars-IV: Today-2016 & Tomorrow Research Paper(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Project 13 Assigment --- Download WORD .doc File

      b. Watch: Volvo's self-driving cars take to public roads for first time
      c. Watch Volvo Advertisement about Self Driving Car (U-Tube)
   Volvo 2015 Safety Videos:
      d. Volvo's Self Parking Car (U-Tube)
      e. 2015 Volvo XC90 - Cross Traffic Alert (U-Tube)
      f. 2015 Volvo XC90 Safety (U-Tube)
      g. Volvo IntelliSafe Auto Pilot autonomous driving interface (U-Tube)(2015-Preview)
14. What If Assignment: World Without Oil (Chapter 12&17)(5 points)(Optional)
      Download WORD .doc File:WorldWithoutOilProject14.doc

15. Photovoltaic Renewal Energy Source (Electricity)(Chapter 17) 5 points(Optional)

16. Wind Renewal Energy Source (Electricity)(Chapter 17) 5 points(Optional)

17. Solar thermal Renewal Energy Source (Electricity)(Chapter 17) 5 points (Optional)

18. Diet Analysis (Chapter 13)(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Project #18 Diet Analysis Assignment
      b. Project #18 Data Record for One Day(Normal) (Not Available 5/30/16)
      c. Project #18 Data Record for One Day (Abnormal)(Not Available 5/30/16)
      b. Project #18 Sample One Day Analysis Spreadsheet (Not Available 5/30/16)

19. A Prescription Drug Analyzed (Chapter 14)(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Project #19 Prescription Drug Analysis Assignment---Download WORD .doc file

20. Toxicology of Commercial Products and Household Chemicals(5 points)(Optional)
      a. Project #20 Household Chemicals Assignment---Download WORD .doc file
      b. Project #20 Household Chemicals Sample Report---Download WORD .doc file
      c. Project #20 Chemical Toxidity Scale (0-5)---Download WORD .doc file

21. Climate Change (10 Points)(Optional-Highly Suggested) (Chapter 1 Pages 23-25 Contextual Chemistry) & (Chapter 16 Sect 16.7 pages 526-532)
      a. 6o Could Change the World: Assignment Download WORD .doc file: 6DegreeAssignment.doc
      b. 6o Could Change the World: Film Notes Download WORD .doc file: 6DegreeFilmNotes.doc
      c. 6o Could Change the World: Film Film Reviews Download WORD .doc file: 6DegreesFilmReviews.doc
      d. 6o Could Change the World: More About CO2 Download WORD .docx file: 6DegreeMoreAbountCO2.doc

22. What If Video Assignment: NatGeo - Electronic Armageddon
     (Chapter 5 Section 5.9; Chapter 17 Section 17.3)(5 points)(Optional)
      Download WORD .doc File: Project22ElectronicArmageddon.doc

23. Dr. Day's Cancer/Aids Cure (Chapters 13/14)(5 points) (Optional)
     a. Video Assignment
     b. Norwalk Juicers

24. The Controlled Experiment Demonstration (Chapter 1) (5 Points)(Optional)
     a. Project 24: The Controlled Experiment Assignment, Film Notes, and Conclusions --- Download WORD .doc file
     b. Watch Demonstration Video (1.wmv)(large download ~ 94 megs)
25. The Isomenr Number Problems (Chapter 12) 10 points (Optional)
     a. Project 25: Isomer Number Problems Assignment
     b. Project #25 Isomenr Number Data Report Form
     c. Play Hexane Isomer Video (mp4 file)

26. Pet Nutrition (Chapter 13) 2017 Netflix documentarie 1 Hr 09 Min      Pet Fooled
     "Pet Fooled" is a feature film exposing the inner workings of the commercial pet food industry.
     Pet Fooled is an investigative expose of the inner workings inside the commercial pet food industry, which has went largely unchallenged until now. Karen Saw Becker, DVM, CVA, CCRT Wildlife Rehabilitator and Wellness Veterinarian

27. Human Nutrition (Chapter 13) 2015 Netflix documentaries 1 Hr 55 min
      In Defense of Food
Summary: Journalist Michael Pollen examines the industry wester diet to show how it has ruined our health, then offers solutions for the future
Assignment TBA

28. Human Nutrition (Chapter 13) 2008 Netflix documentaries 1 Hr 17 min
     Food Matters
Summary: This film takes a timely and hard hitting look at how the food we eat is helping or hurting our health and what we can do to live (and eat) better.
Assignment: TBA

29. Human Nutrition (Chapter 13) 2008 Netflix documentaries 1 Hr 33 min
      Food, Inc
Summary: Director Robert Kennedy's provocative IOscar-nominated documentary looks at the food industry's harmful effects on human health and the environment.
Assignment: TBA

30. Human Nutrition (Chapter 13) 2015 Netflix documentaries 1 Hr 31 min
     Food Choices Summary: This documentary examines he world's diet and points to food choices as trhe culprits for declining health as well as a major major cause of climate change.
Assignment: TBA

31. Bill Nye Saves the World Series Netflix documentaries (30 Minutes Each) 2017
The student may choose any of the following four catagories as additional projects:
   A, Human Nutrition (Chapter 13)
   Season 1 Episode #4: More Food, Less Hype
   Storyline: Bill Nye brings on representatives from Monsanto Corporation to discuss GMO foods.

   Season 1 Episode #8: This Diet Is Bananas
   Storyline: So what exactly is in a calorie? Bill flambes a marshmallow in the name of science, experts weigh in on fad diets, and singing kale keeps it real about nutrition.
   Assignment - TBA

   B. Climate Change (Chapter 16)
    Season 1 Episode #4: Earth Is a Hot Mess More Food, Less Hype
   Storyline: Bill calls out climate change deniers, breaks down the science of global warming and explains how we can make the planet a cooler place to live.
   Assignment - TBA

   C. Medicine (Chapter 14)
    Season 1 Episode #2: Tune Your Quack-o-Meter
   Storyline: So what exactly is in a calorie? Bill flambes a marshmallow in the name of science, experts weigh in on fad diets, and singing kale keeps it real about nutrition.
   Assignment - TBA

    Season 1 Episode #6: Do Some Shots, Save the World
   Storyline: With help from friends in raincoats and a room full of unemployed germs, Bill Nye demonstrates how vaccines work and why everyone needs to get them.
   Assignment - TBA

   D. Technology-Artifical Intelligence (Chapter 1)
    Season 1 Episode #3: Machines Take Over the World
   Storyline: From robots that paint just like the original artists to Twitterbots gone rouge, Bill and his guests explore the potential and pitfalls of artificial intelligence.
   Assignment - TBA

    Season 1 Episode #11: Malarkey
   Storyline: Chemtrails. Cop circles. Palm readers. Bill Nye takes aim at pseudoscience and explains how confirmation bias makes us believe things that aren't true
   Assignment - TBA

32. Assitional projects will be added to extend the concepts in any of the 17 chapters with real life applications to our real world.

Pathway 1 - Mastering Chemistry

Completing the Optional Mastering Chemistry activities earns up to 225-250 total points toward the final grade. Mastering Chemistry for John Suchocki's 5th edition Conceptual Chemistry is embedded into the class sections's Blackboard beginning Fall 2016. Pierson's instructions for regestering your personal access code follows:

Mastering Chemistry Instructions via Pierson

You will find the access to Mastering in Blackboard as folllows:
Blackboard Menu

You may also access Mastering through the top content menu:
Blackboard Menu

Pathway 2 - Instructor Web Site/Blackboard Directed

Power Point Menu                                                             Directions
Chapter 1: About Science (Modified for Pathway 2)                                     Pathway 2 Chapter 1 Assignments
Chapter 2: Particles of Matter (Modified for Pathway 2)                                Pathway 2 Chapter 2 Assignments
Chapter 3: Elements Chemistry (Modified for Pathway 2)(large downjload)    Pathway 2 Chapter 3 Assignments
Chapter 4: Subatomic Particles (Modified for Pathway 2)(large download)     Pathway 2 Chapter 4 Assignments
Chapter 5: The Atomic Nucleus (Modified for Pathway 2)(large download)    Pathway 2 Chapter 5 Assignments
Chapter 6: How Atoms Bond (Not Modified as of 6/6)                                  Pathway 2 Chapter 6 Assignments
Chapter 7: How Molecules Mix (Not Modified as of 6/30)                             Pathway 2 Chapter 7 Assignments
Chapter 8: How Water Behaves(Not Modified as of 6/30)                                         Pathway 2 Chapter 8 Assignments
Chapter 9: How Chemicals React(Not Modified as of 6/30)                                       Pathway 2 Chapter 9 Assignments
Chapter 10: Acids and Bases in Our Environment(Not Modified as of 6/30)               Pathway 2 Chapter 10 Assignments
Chapter 11: Oxidations and Reductions Charge the World(Not Modified as of 6/30)  Pathway 2 Chapter 11 Assignments
Chapter 12: Organic Compounds (Not Modified as of 6/30)                                      Pathway 2 Chapter 12 Assignments
Chapter 13: The Nutrients of Life (Optional Chapter for extra credit Pathway2)          Pathway 2 Chapter 13 Assignments
Chapter 14: Medicinal Chemistry (Optional Chapter for extra credit Pathway2)          Pathway 2 Chapter 14 Assignments
Chapter 15: Optimizing Food Production (Optional extra credit)                                 Pathway 2 Chapter 15 Assignments
Chapter 16: Protecting Water and Air Resources (Optional extra credit)                     Pathway 2 Chapter 16 Assignments
Chapter 17: Capturing Energy (Optional extra credit))                                                Pathway 2 Chapter 17 Assignments

Completing the Instructor Web Site/Blackboard Directed Option earns up to 225-240 total points toward the final grade which includes:
a. Reading the text;
b. Modified Chapter Power Points;
c. Online Videos;
d. Blackboard Testing

Pathway 3 - Conceptual Academy

Pathway 3 allows the student to register and complete their course content (12 required chapters) (800 points divided bu 2.5 = ~320 Points) through Conceptual Academy (Self Study Courses)

After purchasing any 5th edition of Conceptual Chemistry either the hard copy text (new or used) or the e-text (without Mastering Chemistry), or a former student looseleaf notebook without Mastering or a 4th edition of the text, log on to Conceptual Academy Home Page for the Conceptual Chemistry text:

Click on the [Sign Up] button at the top right hand corner of the page:
Enter Your Name (first, last); Create User Name (not your email address); email address; Password; and Course ID.

Course ID for Fall 2016 Term:

    Conceptual Academy Course ID#
  • Online Section # 452742 B-12 Access Code: TaylorSum17
  • Hybrid Section # 453639 B12 Access Code: TaylorSum17
  • Hybrid Section # 443642 B12 Access Code: TaylorSum17
  • Online Section # 456126 C-7 Access Code: (TBA-not assigned as of June 5)

Conceptual Academy is free to all Spring 2017 students if they have purchased a text, new or used, or rented.

The entire course, all 17 chapters, are setup and ready for students to start anytime.

Conceptual Academy is not supported by the publisher and donations of $10, $20 or $25 will help defray the cost of web hosting, technical support, and developmental cost, if you use this site to complete Path 3 content. Make your donation in August if you really enjoyed the videos and want Chapters 15 and 17 completed for future CHM 1020 students. The publisher never supported the cost to make these videos. Recently John had to put out $14,000 to
1) update the web site security, and
2) bring us up to HTML5 based videos, which are needed for playability
3) develop closed captioning for the eharing empared.
(The developer normally charges $145/hour. For C.A., because educational, they only charged C.A. $95/hour.

Recently this year, Chapters 13 and Chapter 14 videos were completed and are now available online. Chapter 13 and 14 videos are great for my allied health students taking this course, since it covers fundamental biochemistry and the chemistry of medicine. Each of the 180 videos (5-12 minutes long) takes about 15-25 hours for John to develop. In April and May John completed 8 new videos for Chapter 16. Your donation in August will be greatly appreciatrd by C.A. and John Suchocki.

If you Access your course section:

The Conceptual Academy Course is divided into six units covering the 17 chapters as follows:
    Syllabus: Course ID
  • Unit : A: Elements of Chemistry (Chapters 1-2-3)
  • Unit : B: Atoms and Bonding (Chapters 4-5-6)
  • Unit : C: Solutions and Reactions (Chapters 7-8-9)
  • Unit : D: Acids, Redox, Organic(Chapters 10-11-12)
  • Unit : E: Chemistry of Life (Chapters 13-14-15) (optional)
  • Unit : F: The Environment (Chapters 16-17) (optional)
If you work in Path 3, Units A, B, C, D are required, while units E & F are extra credit Nursing Majors should also complete Chapters 13 and 14..

    You are required to (all within Conceptual Academy)
  1. read the chapter
  2. view the videos
  3. take quizzes on the videos viewed
  4. at the end of each chapter take a reading quiz
Each video quiz has three questions. You receive 2 points if done before the deadline (Monday 4:00 am each week depending on the chapter assigned) or 1 point if you complete the quizzes after the due date.

Each Chapter has a reading quiz. The reading quiz is at least 10 questions or more worth 1 points per question and may not be repeated. However, they are open book with no time limit. If you do all 17 chapters there are 328 questions worth 328 points.

The Academy is setup on a much higher points scale. With 601 video quiz questions worth 1202 points total and 328 reading quiz points, there is a grand total of 1530 points. However, the main focus of the course is Chapters 1-12, so only 720 points earned in Conceptual Academy will count toward the final grade.

Completing Conceptual Academy Chemistry is worth about three fourths of the grade. The total points earned will be scaled down to 320 actual points like 800 maximum points (12 chapters) earned in the academy divided by 2.5 equals ~320 maximum points will count. During the term under Pathway 3, the actual total accumulated earned points (ConAcad divided by 2.5) will be entered into Blackboard's Grade Book at FSCJ) Please note: If you are working in either Path 1 or Path 2, you do not have to register for Path 3 or complete any content in Path 3.

Pathway 4 for Hybrid and Traditional f2f Classes

Pathway #4 (Traditional) Each scheduled oncampus Class will have a short 1 hour lecture on the featured Chapter of the week. Class #1 June 5th the topic will be chapter 1: Scientific Method and the Introduction to Measurement.

A study pack for Path #4 will be distributed each week with sample tests. Beginning the second week (June 12th) there will be a 30 minute paper and pencil exam (open book) at the end of the class period. Path 1, 2, or 3 students will be excused from class to allow Path 4 student to complete the required chapter testing for that day.

If there are no Path#4 students in the class, then the class will not have testing the last 30 minutes so that there will be more time for course content explained and discussion.

Path #4 students will complete the online Multiple Choice Chapter tests in Blackboard and the online Chapter Vocabulary Quiz.

On July 17th there will be a required midterm multiple choice exam, closed book, and a closed book fill-in-the blank vocabulary midterm with a chapter by chapter word list for Path #4 students. Path 1, 2, 3 student have the option of to take this exam for extra credit

On August 14th there will be a required end-term multiple choice exam, closed book, and a closed book fill-in-the blank vocabulary midterm with a chapter by chapter word list for Path #4 students. Path 1, 2, 3 students have the option of to take this exam for extra credit.

Midterm exams covers all the chapters completed from May 30th through July 10th. End term exams cover only the chapters completed from July 17th through August 7th.

Path #4 students absent for a class period will complete all the Path#2 assignments for that chapter online. There is no in-class or test center makeup testing for Path #4 students.

Path #4 Students earn 4 points attendance for being present the entire class. Students tardy by 15 minutes will earn only 2 points for attendance that day. Students who are over 1 hour late, will earn only one point for attenance that day. Path #4 students sign two attendance rolls, one the general class roll and the special Path 4 roll. Paths 1, 2, or 3 students earn 2 points for attending the first class and 1 point for attenance after the first week.

    Pathway 4 Study Packs and Grading Outlines
  1. Chapter 1: Grading Outline      Study Pack (download .docx Word File)
  2. Chapter 2: Grading Outline      Study Pack (download .docx Word File)
  3. Chapter 3: Grading Outline      Study Pack (download .docx Word File)
  4. Chapter 4: Grading Outline      Study Pack
  5. Chapter 5
  6. Chapter 6
  7. Chapter 7
  8. Chapter 8
  9. Chapter 9
  10. Chapter 10
  11. Chapter 11
  12. Chapter 12

Chapter 3 (Elements of Chemistry):

Chapter 3: Polyatomic Ions:

Intro To Polyatomic Ions
New Intro 2/10/09

Interactive Periodic Chart:
Polyatomic Ions
New Web Site: Updated 6/9/11

Memorizing Polyatomic Ions:
The Problem

Discover Formulas and Charges:
Nonmetal Polyions (Box of 4)

Discover Formulas and Charges:
Nonmetal Polyions (Box of 6)

Discover Formulas and Charges:
Transitional Metal Polyions

Taylor's -ate 3/4 Oxygen Rule

Taylor's -ate Charge Rule

Discover Formulas and Charges:
-ite Rule Polyatomic Ions

Formulas and Charges: -ite Ions

Formulas and Charges: -ide ions

The Complete Polyatomic Ions List

Dot Structures using:
Simple Octet Rule!

Nonmetal Polyatomic Ions

Shockwave Programs from McMurry:
Name Polyatomic Ion Activity
More Oxygen
Chlorine Polyatomic Ions
Naming Polyatomic Ion Activity

Chapter 5 (The Atomic Nucleus):
Additional Chapter 5 Videos (mp4)

Radioactivity (mp4 file)
Radioactivity (Real Video file)

Half Life(mp4 file)
Half Life (Real Video file)

Nuclear Power (mp4 file)
Nuclear Power(Real Video file)

Nuclear Medicine (mp4 file)
Nuclear Medicine(Real Video file)

Fission (mp4)

Chain Reaction (mp4)

Radioiactive Decay (Flash)

Chapter 6 (How Atoms Bond):
Dot Structures:

Chapter 6: Paper Atoms
(Change .htm to .doc to download .doc Word file)

Dot Structures of Atoms:
O, H, S, e-1 atoms
P, N, Cl, e-1 atoms

-ide Ion Formulas

Dot/Stick Structures of Atoms:
Oxygen-Carbon Dot/Stick Atoms
Hydrogen-Chlorine-Nitrogen Dot/Stick Atoms
Hydrogen-Phosphorus-Sulfur Dot/Stick Atoms
Oxygen-Hydrogen-Carbon-Chlorine Dot Stick Atoms

VSEPR Movie1 Video)

Periodic Table Movie

Polarity Movie (Streaming Video)

Chapter 4 (M-4): Drag and Drop Molecules and PolyAtomic Ions

Dot Structures Drag and Drop Main Menu

HC2H3O2 Drag and Drop Acetic Acid (IE Explorer)   Answer
H2C2O4    Drag and Drop Oxalic Acid (IE Explorer)   Answer

CO32-    Drag and Drop Carbonate Ion (IE Explorer)   Answer
NO31-    Drag and Drop Nitrate Ion (IE Explorer)   Answer
PO43-    Drag and Drop Phosphate Ion (IE Explorer)   Answer
SO42-    Drag and Drop Sulfate Ion (IE Explorer)   Answer
ClO31-    Drag and Drop Chlorate Ion (IE Explorer)   Answer

Drag and Drop Main Menu

Chapter 9 (How Chemicals React)

Interactive OnLine ChemiCalc % Composition and Balance Equations

Balancing Equations Rules && Suggestions

Balancing Chemical Equations Corwin Interactive Shockwave Program

Reading a Chemical Reaction Flash Demo

A Balanced Chemical Equation Flash Demo

Double Replacement Reactions Flash Demo

Chapter 9 (How Chemical React Videos):
Flame Tests for Alkali Metals Corwin Demo Movie
Combination Demo: Reactions with Oxygen Corwin .mov Movie
Combination Demo: Formation of NaCl Corwin .mov Movie
Decomposition Demo: Decomposition of HgO Corwin .mov Movie
Single Replacement Demo: Formation of Ag Crystals Corwin .mov
(Activity Series)
Single Replacement Demo: Reaction of Zn with SnCl2 Corwin .mov
(Activity Series)
Single Replacement Demo: Sodium and Potassium in Water
(Active Metals)
Double Replacement Demo: Precipitation Reactions Corwin .mov Movie

Chapter 9 (Mole Concept and Stoichiometry)


Mole Concept

Mass-Mass Concept

Volume-Volume Concept Map with Links

Interactive OnLine ChemiCalc % Composition and Balance Equations

Interactive Mole-Mole and Mass-Mass Stoichiometry Tutorial (requires Flash Player)

Interactive Limiting Reactant Tutorial
Limiting Reactant file

Interactive Volume Stoichiometry

Chapter 9 Videos (Stiochiometry):
Electrolysis of Water Movie .mov file
Auto Air Bag file
Air Bag Movie with file

JCE Review of ChemiCalc

Chapter 2: Particles of Matter Section 2.8

Boyle's Law Movie: Pressure Volume Relationships
Vapor Pressure Change with Temperature Movie
Graham's Law of Diffusion Animation
Combined Gas Law Shockwave Demonstration
Ideal Gas LawShockwave Demonstration
Gas laws DemoFlash .exe
Charles Laws DemoStreaming Real Video Plug-in Required

Chapter 2: Section 2.7

Phase Diagram Movie (Streaming Real Video Player Required)

Chapter 7 How Molecules Mix

Henry's Law movie
Dissolution NaCl in Water movie
Solution Formation by Dilution movie
Polarity Interaction Shockwave
Units of Concentration flash

Chapter 10: Acids and Bases in Our Environment

Introduction to Aqueous Acids movie
Introduction to Aqueous Bases movie
Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes movie
Acid-Base Titration movie
Natural Indicators movie
Sodium and Potassium in Water movie
Strong and Weak Electrolytes movie
Ionic Solubility Shockwave
Acid Base Titration Shockwave
PH of solutions Shockwave
Acid-Base Titration flash

Chapter 11: Oxidations Reductions Charge The World

REDOX Study Guide
Download .doc file

REDOX Study Guide (CSS Web Site) (New Spring 2010)

REDOX Study Guide (CSS Web Site) (New Fall 2009)

Common Oxidizing and Reducing Agents

PBS World of Chemistry Video
Watch Episodes:
#15: The Busy Electron

Intro To Polyatomic Ions
New Intro 2/10/09
Polyatomic Ions
New Web Site 2/9/09

Taylor's Polyatomic Ion 3/4 Oxygen Rule + Complete Polyatomic Ion Table

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