College Chemistry 2
Course Number: 10-506-136
Description: 10-506-136 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY 2 ...covers chemical kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base equilibria, buffers, titration, ionic equilibria of aqueous solutions, redox reactions, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. (Prerequisite: 10-806-135, College Chemistry 1 with a "C" or better)
Total Credits: 5
Prior Learning Assessments
- Execute laboratory guidelines and established laboratory practices.
- Use appropriate scientific equipment, measurement practices, and scientific method.
- Demonstrate proficiency with measurements and mathematical formulas or techniques.
- Analyze kinetics of reactions.
- Analyze reaction mechanisms of reactions.
- Analyze chemical equilibrium.
- Compare the characteristics of acids, bases, salts, and buffers.
- Analyze weak acid and weak base equilibrium reactions.
- Investigate acid-base reactions using titration curves.
- Investigate buffer solutions.
- Investigate the equilibrium of slightly soluble ionic compounds and complex ions.
- Investigate electrochemical cells.
- Explore the correlation between free energy, equilibrium, and cell potential.
- Summarize nuclear reactions and applications.
- Summarize transition elements and coordination compounds.