Correlation Between WWW Modules and Chemistry Courses

The chemistry department has developed and maintains a comprehensive WWW based system for program support. It consists of well-developed modules directed at developing problem solving skills and is the most extensive such system in existence. It is used extensively by other chemistry teachers throughout the world. The chart below shows how these modules can be related to particular courses in the curriculum. The leftmost column contains the title/subject of the module and the column headings show the chemistry course numbers. A "k" in a cell denotes that the student is expected to know that module upon entering a course, a "g" means that the student will learn the material exemplified by the module during the course and a "kg" means that the student is expected to enter the course with fundamental understanding which will be broadened during the course. The actual modules can be found at: Homework modules and then clicking on the homework link. Beyond the homework modules, there is an even larger set of web pages which go beyond the content of the homework pages. These are found at Lecture Help. These modules are also used throughout the chemistry curriculum.

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1. Sig Figures   g kg k kg k k k k k K k k k k k k k k k k k
2. Converting Densities   g k                 k k   k k k k k k k k
3. Converting Distance   g k                 k k   k k k k k k k k
4. Converting Mass   g k k k             k k   k k k k k k k k
5. Converting Volumes   g k k k             k k   k k k k k k k k
6. Density, Mass and Volume   g k k k         k k k k   k k         k k
7. Density Word Problems   g k k k         k k k k   k k         k k
8. Mass, moles and gfws   g k k k k k k k kg kg k k   k k         k k
9. Elements, mass and moles   g g k k         k k k k   k k k k k k k k
10. WP-elements and moles   g g k k         k k k k   k k         k k
11. Electrons, protons and neutrons   g g k           k k k k   k k k k k k k k
12. The Quantum numbers     g k           k k k k   k k         k k
13. Vol, moles and molarity   g g k k k k k k kg kg k k   k k k k k k k k
14. Mass, vol and molarity   g g k k k k k k k k k k   k k         k k
15. Osmotic Pressure     g             k k k k   k k         k k
16. FPs and BPs of Aqueous Solutions       g           k k k k   k k         g k
17. Basic Calcs from Chem Formulas   g g k k k k k k k k k k   k k k k k k k k
18. WP-Mass relationships in Chem formulas   g g k k k k k k kg kg k k   k k         k k
19. Balancing chemical formulas     g k k k k k k k k k k   k k k k k k k k
20. Mass relations in chem. eqns   g g k k         k k k k   k k         k k
21. Percent Yield   g g k k         kg kg k k   k k k k k k k k
22. Limiting reagents   g g k k         kg kg k k   k k k k k k k k
23. Combing % yield and limit. reagent     g k k         kg kg k k   k k         k k
24. Avogadro's Law     g k k k k k k k k k k   kg k         k k
25. Boyle's Law     g k k         k k k k   kg k         k k
26. Charles' Law     g k k         k k k k   kg k         k k
27. Combined Gas Law     g k k         k k k k   kg k         k k
28. The Ideal Gas Eqn     g k k         k k k k   kg k         k k
29. Converting Temps     g k k             k k   k k k k k k k k
30. Temp and Heat Changes for water     g k k             k k   k k         k k
31. Heat transfer-water only     g k k             k k   k k           k
32. Heat transfer- water +     g k k             k k   k k           k
33. pH,pOH,...       g k k k k k k k k k   k k kg kg kg kg kg k
34. pH of acid/base solutions       g k             k k   k k kg kg kg kg kg k
35. WP-Solns of acids and bases       g k k k k k     k k   k k         k k
36. Acid/Base Titrations       g k k k k k k k k k   k k kg kg kg kg k k
37. Slightly soluble salts       g g             k k   k k         k k
38. Balancing redox eqns     g   g k k k k k k k k   kg k         k k
39. Determing Eo     g                 k k   kg k           k
40. Faraday's Laws     g                 k k   kg k           k
41. The Nernst eqn     g                 k k   kg k         k k
42. The Scenario Problem   g                   k k   kg k           k
43. Wavelength, frequency..     g                 k k   k kg         kg k
44. Kinetics       g   k k k k k k kg k   k k         k k
45. Convert Binary numbers                       k k       k k k k   k
46. Adding binary numbers                       k k       k k k k   k
47. Subtracting binary numbers                       k k       k k k k   k
48. Multiplying binary numbers                       k k       k k k k   k
49. Percentages   g k k k             k k   k k k k k k   k
50. Smaller, larger..   g k k g             k k   k k         k k
51. Density, elements, mas and moles   g                   k k   k k           k
52. Make a guess #1   g     g             k k   k k           k
53. Make a guess #2   g     g             k k   k k           k
54. Make a better guess #1   g     g             k k   k k           k
55. Make a better guess #2   g     g             k k   k k           k
56. Simple mixtures   g     k         k k k k   k k           k
57. Special Quadratic   g k                 k k   k k           k
58. Exponents   g k                 k k   k k         k k
59. Simple nomenclature   g g k k k k k k k k k k   k k k k k k kg k
60. Stock notation   g g k k k k k k k k k k   k k           k
61. Mass, moles and vol (2 elements)   g g k           k k k k   k k k k k k kg k
62. Hess' Law       g               k k   k k           k
63. Atomic Spectrum of Hydrogen       g               k kg   k k           k
64. Scientifc Notation   g k k k k k k k     k k   k k k k k k   k
65. Slater's Rules                       k k     g
66. Reducible Representations                               g
67. Symmetry Point Groups                       g k     kg
68. Hybridization           k k k k     k k   k k         k k
69. Born-Haber cycles                       k k
70. Direct or inverse   g     k             k k   k k           k
71. Using Rate Laws       g   k k k k k k k k   k k         k k
72. First order processes       g   k k k k k k       k k         k k
73. Generating Reducible Representations                       k k     g           k
74. Determing the value of the equilibrium constant       g   k k k k           k k           k
75. Calculating Ks       g g k k k k     k k   k k           k
76. The Lechatelier effect       g   k k k k k k k k   k k           k
77. Hybrid orbitals     g     k k k k             kg           k
78. Combing Ks         g             k k   k k           k
79. Q vs K       g k             k k   k kg           k
80. Using Drago Wayland Parameters                               g
81. The Arrenhius equation       g                     k k           k
82. Using Drago-Wayland parameters #2                               g           k
83. de Broglie equation     g k                 kg
84. Names to Formulas   g g k k k k k k k k         k k k k k k k
85. Composition of buffers       g g g g g g           k k k k k k k k
86. Properties of buffers       g g g g g g           k k k k k k k k
87. Naming organic fragments           g g     g g           k k k k k k
88. R and S configurations           g g     g g           k k k k k k
89. pA,pB..   g   kg kg                   k   k k k k k k
90. Metric Conversion-Drill   g kg k k k k k k     k k k k k k k k k k k
91. Metric Conversions-Calculations   g kg k k k k k k     k k k k k k k k k k k