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  • 1. September 15, 2008 EELO AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Chemistry I Course outline 1. Course Code : CHEM 211 2. Credits : 3 3. Instructor : Md. Faysal Ahamed Khan 4. Semester : I 5. Introduction : This course is designed to give a fundamental understanding of Chemistry to Engineers. The topics included: classification of matter, measurement and periodic table of elements, atomic structure, periodicity, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, reactions, the properties of gases, liquids, solids, and solutions, and an introduction to the various types of bonding. The primary reason behind including Chemistry is that it is part of an Engineering program, and Electrical Engineer/Civil Engineer/Computer Engineering should be able to learn (if necessary) any aspect which may relevant to their study program. By taking Chemistry I, you learn about electrons, various types of metals (including things like silicon and germanium, key parts in computers) and the differences between various metals - what oxidizes and what doesn’t and how bonding happened? And about various type of chemical reactions. All of this information prepares you for the challenge of working in industries where might be possible to have encounter various chemical activities. You may not need to care now, but you’ll have the knowledge to build upon if necessary and it’s the potential to understand everything about your chosen field which will help you become an engineer. 6. Contents : 1. What is Chemistry? 8. Stoichiometry 2. Classification of Matter 9. Various chemical bonding 3. Measurement in chemistry 10. Shapes of molecules 4. Atomic structure & Electronic 11. Theories of covalent bonding configuration of the atom 12. Intermolecular forces: Liquids, 5. The periodic table of elements Solids 6. Periodic properties of elements 13. Solutions 7. Chemicals formulas, equations & Various chemical reactions 7. Method of Evaluation: • Assignments/Quizzes 20% • Attendance 5% • Class participation 5% • C. A. T 20% • Final Exam 50% Reference Book: a. “Fundamental of Chemistry”, 3rd Edition by David E. Goldberg b. “Chemistry – The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change”, 3 rd Edition by Martin S. Silberberg Instructor Signature: …………………… Registrar: ……………………

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