Week 
Topics 
On
Your Own (Homework) 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Friday 

Some General Chemistry Review
Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics

Online
Survey Take the first day survey in PolyLearn for Chem 124 located in "My Classes" channel when you login to my.calpoly.edu (Due 9/27 by 11:55 pm)
Review
Chapters 15
Start reading Chapter 6 (We will do sections 6.2, 6.3 on Wednesday, and most likely 6.4 and 6.7 on Friday)
Skip PVwork p. 244245 and skip 6.5

Relevant sections of text:
Course Intro and Safety Guidelines
Some General Chemistry Review
Reactions PreLab Activity An alternate copy if you lose your one from class. (Due 9/25 in class)

Relevant sections of text: 6.16.3
EXP
1: Types of Reactions (Due 9/30)
Reactions Report Form An alternate copy if you lose your one from class or it is too messy.(Due 9/30)
Some helpful links for the Reactions Lab:
Polyatomic Ions
Solubility Rules
Metal Activity Series
Another Metal Activity Series
Gas Law PreLab (Due at the start of class Friday, 9/27) 
Relevant sections of text: 6.4, 6.6, and 6.7 (Skip PVwork p. 244245)
EXP
2: Gas Laws (Due in class today)
Ch. 6 Lecture Examples (Print this handout for class on Friday to save yourself from writing out the examples. We will work on the first two during lecture Friday and the rest next week.)


Thermochemistry
and Thermodynamics 
Worksheet #1 You should have this done now!
Read Chapter 11 sections 6 and 7 only!
Finish reading chapter 6 (sections 6.6, 6.8, 6.9)
Start reading Chapter 17 (sections 2, 3, 4 and 6)

Relevant sections of text: 6.6, 6.7, Chapter 11 sections 6 and 7
Read over the laboratory guidelines (button above) and prepare your prelab this week and every week after this.
EXP
3A: Heat Transfer We will do Part 2 only today.
Typing out Equation Options
You can do problems #8, 1316 after Monday's lecture on Worksheet #1.

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 11 sections 6 and 7, and 6.8
EXP
3B: Heat Transfer We will do Part 1 only today.
Sublimation Report Form Download this form, fill it in (typed) with your answers, then print out the final version to hand in on 10/9. (Typed, due 10/9)
You can do all of the problems on Worksheet #1 now. 


Thermochemistry
and Thermodynamics 
Worksheet #2 You can do all the problems now and they are ALL relevant for your exam on Friday!
Go over your Quiz #1, start reviewing for your exam!


EXP
4B: Heat of Combustion Today we will finish the metal oxide + HCl part and calculations today. 
EXAM 1
Study Guide for Exam 1
Equations and Constants for Exam 1
Ch. 7 Light Examples
Relevant sections of text: 7.2 

Nature
of the Atom: Spectroscopy, Electrons, and Quantum Numbers 
Worksheet #3 You can do ALL of these problems now.
Read all of chapter 7. Section 7.3 and 7.5 applies to lab this week.
Start reading Chapter 8 at the end of the week.
Go over Exam 1, FIX
your mistakes! Get help on those you still don't understand.
Worksheet #4 You can do ALL the problems now.


Relevant sections of text: 7.37.5
EXP 5B: Atomic Spectra Today we will read the spectral lines using your box and work on the calculations.
EXP 5: Report Form (*.docx) (Typed, Due 10/23)
How to Create a Graph in Excel (Mac version)
How to Create a Graph in Excel (PC version)
Slides for Wednesday
Take Home Quiz (Corrected version, Due 10/21)
Take Home Quiz KEY(CORRECTED #3d) (Be honest with this assignment. Take it seriously and be honest with your assessment of how you did. That is the point. To learn from our mistakes without the pressure of a inclass quiz!)
Take Home Quiz #1 due 10/21 in class
How to grade your takehome quiz and sample graded quiz 


Nature
of the Atom: Quantum Numbers
Periodic
Properties 
Finish reading Chapter 8 this week.
Worksheet #5 All of these problems are relevant for your Exam 2!

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 8 sections 35
Take Home Quiz #1 due
Lecture slides for class on Friday 4 slides per page

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 8 sections 68
Periodic Properties  Inclass assignment (Due
in class)
Periodic Properties Summary (Print this and bring to class. We will fill it in at the end of the assignment) 


Periodic
Properties
Bonding:
Metallic, Ionic, and Covalent
Solid
State Structures

Make sure you understand
the periodic properties (including the why!)
Reading this week and CAN be on your exam: sections 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 (only the start, pages 362363), 9.5 (only the start, pages 369370 up to double and triple bonds), 9.6 and 9.11
Reading this week for Exam 3 and relevant to the lab this week sections: 11.11, and 11.12.

Relevant sections of text: 8.7, 9.2, 9.3, 9.6, 9.11, and 11.11

Relevant sections of text: 11.11
EXP
6A: Solid State Sections 14.
Solid State Report Form Print out pages 13 for your notebook"prelab" for Wednesday. Also read sections 14 of experiment.
We will continue this lab next week.
Solid State Quick Reference Form (print this if you would like to fill it in for your "notes" on this material) 
Relevant sections of text: 11.11
EXAM 2
Study Guide for Exam 2
Same equations and constants as Quiz #2 (in class)


Bonding:
Metallic, Ionic, and Covalent
Solid
State Structures
Semiconductors

Go over
Exam 2, FIX your mistakes! Get help on those you still don't understand.
Worksheet #6 You can do ALL of these problems now.
Born Haber Cycle Energy Diagram
Reading update: Band Theory: Section 11.13
Lattice Energy/BornHaber Cycle: 9.4 

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 11, section 13 (most of this material will come from your notes) 
Relevant sections of text: Chapter 11, section 13 (most of this material will come from your notes)
EXP 7: Conductivity
You need a prelab for this experiment. There are lots of little parts, but the actual procedures aren't too long. Things like "draw zdiagram of supercondutor." should suffice for some parts. Make sure you have an attempt at a data table too.
Conductivity Report Form (Typed (except for the zdiagrams), Due 11/18)


Bonding Theories
Lewsi structures

Worksheet #7 You can do ALL of these problems now.
Start reviewing for
your Exam!

No Class  Veteran's Day Holiday

Relevant sections of text: 9.5, 9.7, and 9.9
EXP 7: Conductivity Wrapup, discussion of results, bring your notebook to compare data 


VSEPR
Theory, Molecular Shapes & Properties
Organic
Compounds and Their Properties

Lewis Structures: 9.7, 9.8, and 9.9
Bond Energies/Length: 9.10
Worksheet #8 For your exam on Friday, you should do problems 1 (all but polar part), and problems 23.
VSEPR Shapes Handout(print this to have in your notes for a summary of all of the possible VSEPR shapes)
Review for your Exam!

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 10, sections 24
Modeling Lab Background and Instructions Part B We will do more of this today. Read before class on Monday, and in particular, play around with the simulator and find the various sections and options beforehand. (Due in class)

Relevant sections of text: Chapter 10, section 5, Chapter 9, section 10, p. 907909, 920
Modeling Lab Background and Instructions Part C We will do more of this today. (Due in class) 


Organic Compounds and Their Properties

Finish worksheet #8 now
Worksheet #9 You can do problems 1, 4, and 5 now.


Thanksgiving Holiday

Thanksgiving Holiday


Organic
Compounds and Their Properties 
Worksheet #9
Review for your final!


Relevant sections of text:
Take Home Quiz #2 due 
Relevant sections of text:

Finals 
Final
Exam  Wednesday, December 11, 2013 1:10  4:10 p.m. You need your EMPL ID.
Review Session: Tuesday, 10:10  noon in our classroom (open to all 124 students)
Office Hours: Tuesday, 9  11 am with Dr. Heying outside office 304 in Building 180 (open to all 124 students)
Review Session: Wednesday, 10:10  noon in our classroom with Dr. Neff (open to all 124 students)
Study Guide for Final Exam
Equations and Constants for Final Exam
