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- Available Lessons: 141
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Credit: Yes
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Course SummaryChemistry 111L: Chemistry I with Lab has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours for the course and 1 semester hour for the lab. These credits may be transferred to over 2,000 colleges and universities. This course requires you to complete 10 hands-on lab experiments that will demonstrate relevant chemistry concepts. We've partnered with eScience Labs to make these experiments available to you, and you will need to order one of their custom lab kits to complete the experiments. You can find all of the information you need to order the custom lab kit under the 'Lab Experiments' section of the course syllabus.
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The course objective is to provide students with a comprehensive overview of various chemistry topics such as the structure of atoms, chemical compounds, chemical bonding, scientific measurement, and energy.
Your grade for this course will be calculated out of 300 points. The minimum score required to pass and become eligible for college credit for this course is 210 points, or an overall course grade of 70%. The table below shows how your overall grade will be calculated.
|Course Requirements||Possible Points|
|10 Lab Experiments||100|
|Proctored Final Exam||100|
Quizzes are meant to test your comprehension of each lesson as you progress through the course. Here's a breakdown of how you will be graded on quizzes and how they'll factor into your final score:
- You will have 3 attempts to take each quiz for a score.
- The highest score of your first 3 attempts will be recorded as your score for each quiz.
- When you've completed the course, the highest scores from your first 3 attempts at each quiz will be averaged together and weighed against the total possible points for quizzes. For instance, if your average quiz score is 85%, you'll receive 85 out of 100 possible points for quizzes.
- After your initial 3 attempts, you can take a quiz for practice as many times as you'd like.
- You will need to pass each quiz with a score of at least 80% to earn course progress for the lesson. However, it is not necessary to earn 80% within the first three quiz attempts.
Proctored Final Exam
The proctored final exam is a cumulative test designed to ensure that you've mastered the material in the course.
- You'll earn points equivalent to the percentage grade you receive on your proctored final. (So if you earn 90% on the final, that's 90 points toward your final grade.)
- If you're unsatisfied with your score on the exam, you'll be eligible to retake the exam after a 3-day waiting period.
- You can only retake the exam twice, so be sure to use your study guide and fully prepare yourself before you take the exam again.
Items Allowed on Study.com Proctored Exam for Chemistry 111: Chemistry I:
- Blank scratch paper
- Pen or pencil
- A non-graphing, scientific calculator (We'll provide you access to Desmos scientific calculator during the final exam.)
- This printable periodic table.
Items NOT Allowed on Study.com Proctored Exam for Chemistry 111: Chemistry I:
- Office programs, web browsers, or any programs other than Software Secure (including Study.com lessons)
- Textbooks (digital or physical)
- Mobile phones, headphones, speakers, TVs, or radios
- Notebooks or notes
- Graphing calculators
The 10 lab experiments that you need to complete in this course give you the opportunity to demonstrate the concepts you've learned in this course in a practical setting. Here's a breakdown of how you will be graded on each lab experiment and how they'll factor into your final score:
- You will need to download, complete, and submit the lab workbook for each experiment in this course. Instructions on how to do this are included in each individual lab experiment asset.
- You will only be graded on the pre-lab and post-lab questions in your workbooks. Each question will be worth one point.
- The grade you receive on a lab workbook will be a percentage based on the number of questions you got correct out of the total number of questions in the workbook.
- Once you've completed all 10 lab experiments, your percentage scores will be averaged together and weighed against the total possible points for lab experiments. For instance, if the average of all your percentage scores is 90%, then you'll receive 90 out of 100 possible points for the lab experiment requirement in this course.
How to Order Your Lab Kit
This course contains 10 mandatory lab experiments that you must complete to earn a score for the lab experiment course requirement. We've partnered with eScience Labs to make these experiments available to you, and you will need to order one of their custom lab kits to complete the experiments. Please order your kit before you start this course to make sure you receive it in time!
Your lab kit is available directly from the eScience Labs website. They will ship it directly to you.
Your custom kit code is: KIT4050
To place your order, follow the steps outlined below:
- Go to www.esciencelabs.com
- Go to the top right corner and create a new account (if you do not have one already)
- Once logged in, click on the 'Have Code?' button on the upper right side of the page
- Enter the code KIT4050 and proceed to check out
Please allow up to 3-5 business days to process your order and an additional 3-5 business days for delivery. eScience Labs ships all lab kits through standard UPS Ground. Please call 1-888-ESL-KITS for more information.
Please contact eScience Labs if you have any questions about the kits at www.eScienceLabs.com/Support. Clicking on the Student button is the fastest way to get help.
eScience Labs can also be reached over the phone (888-375-5487) Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm Mountain Standard Time.
eScience Labs Return Policy
- Only fully intact and resalable products returned within 30 days of receipt qualify for a refund.
- Student must contact eScience Labs, Inc. in advance to request a Return Merchandise Authorization and shipping instructions.
- Kits returned without a Return Merchandise Authorization will be refused by eScience Labs.
- Authorization of refund will be completed within 3-5 days of receiving the returned kit.
- A restocking fee equal to 10% of the product price for inspecting and restocking and any return shipping costs will be deducted from any refund.
- These science kits are warranted only to contain their stated list of equipment and supplies.
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:
- Analyze a problem using the scientific method and apply scientific measurement and dimensional analysis.
- List the subatomic particles in an atom and describe atomic structures of elements, isotopes and ions.
- Describe how to calculate atomic mass, molar mass and percent composition and identify the empirical formula of an experimental sample using given data.
- Apply rules for writing and balancing a chemical reaction and utilize molar quantities to calculate percent yield and predict theoretical yields of products.
- Identify exothermic and endothermic reactions and calculate heat energy change in a chemical system or reaction.
- Identify and apply formulas for calculating pressure, amounts, volumes, temperature, molar masses and density of gases.
- List the four quantum numbers of electrons and describe the electron configuration in an atom.
- Identify relationships and trends on the periodic table.
- Describe ionic bonding, covalent bonding, and coordinate bonding and predict molecular geometry using the VSEPR theory, orbital hybridization and valence bond theory.
- Identify properties of liquids, solids, and solutions and describe the intermolecular forces that affect those properties.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Chemistry 111: Chemistry I consists of short video lessons that are organized into topical chapters. Each video is approximately 5-10 minutes in length and comes with a quick quiz to help you measure your learning. The course is completely self-paced. Watch lessons on your schedule whenever and wherever you want.
At the end of each chapter, you can complete a chapter test to see if you're ready to move on or have some material to review. Once you've completed the entire course, take the practice test and use the study tools in the course to prepare for the proctored final exam. You may take the proctored final exam whenever you are ready.
How Credit Recommendations Work
This course has been evaluated and recommended by ACE for 3 semester hours in the lower division for the course and 1 semester hour in the lower division baccalaureate degree category for the lab component. To apply for transfer credit, follow these steps:
- If you already have a school in mind, check with the registrar to see if the school will grant credit for courses recommended by either ACE or NCCRS.
- Complete Chemistry 111: Chemistry I by watching video lessons and taking short quizzes.
- Take the Chemistry 111: Chemistry I final exam directly on the Study.com site.
- Request a transcript to be sent to the accredited school of your choice!
- Check out this page for more information on Study.com's credit-recommended courses.
|The Study of Chemistry||Defines chemistry and the scientific method. Discusses the states of matter and how science has changed society.|
|Overview of Scientific Measurement||Teaches about uncertainty in science, scientific notation, the metric system, unit conversion and dimensional analysis.|
|Atoms, Elements & Ions||Discusses the atom, early atomic theory, how to name ionic compounds and facts about John Dalton. Defines elements, diatomic elements, isotopes and ions.|
|Atomic & Molecular Mass||Provides descriptions of atomic mass, Avogadro's number, molecular mass and how to calculate percent composition.|
|Chemical Reactions & Equations||Covers mole-to-mole ratios and mass-to-mass stoichiometric calculations. Describes reactants in chemistry, the law of conservation of mass and how chemical reactions form new products.|
|Overview of Solutions in Chemistry||Teaches about electrolytes, nonelectrolytes, the rate of dissolution, use of colligative properties and Raoult's law. Explains solubility curves, solubility and how to calculate molarity and molality concentration.|
|Chemical Reactions in Aqueous Solutions||Offers an overview of precipitation reactions, the Arrhenius definition of acids and bases and the solubility of common salts. Discusses neutralization, gas evolution reactions and redox reactions.|
|Overview of Gases & Gas Laws||Shares facts about the kinetic molecular theory, Boyle's law, Charles' law, and Gay-Lussac's law. Describes the combined gas and ideal gas laws, and defines stoichiometry, diffusion and effusion.|
|Thermochemistry & Energy||Covers the first law of thermodynamics, chemical energy and endothermic and exothermic reactions. Outlines how to calculate specific heat capacity for different substances, change in thermal energy and the change in the enthalpy of a reaction.|
|Quantum Mechanics & Electronic Configuration||Defines light waves, electromagnetic radiation, quantum theory, the quantum mechanical model and the principal quantum number. Discusses ground state electron configuration, diamagnetism vs. paramagnetism, valence electrons and electron orbitals.|
|Periodic Table & Element Properties||Describes the periodic table, atomic and ionic radii and electronegativity. Shares facts about electron affinity, ionization energy and Dmitri Mendeleev.|
|Overview of Chemical Bonding||Provides an overview of chemical bonds, Lewis structures and ionic compounds. Describes the coordinate covalent bond and octet rule exceptions in chemistry.|
|Chemical Bonding, Molecular Geometry & Orbital Theory||Teaches about molecular geometry, VSEPR theory, H2SO3, HCIO and orbital hybridization. Shares facts about water molecules, dipoles, dipole moments, octahedral molecules, valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory.|
|Intermolecular Forces: Solids & Liquids||Discusses the kinetic molecular theory, crystal structures and intermolecular forces in chemistry. Covers heating curves and the use of x-ray diffraction to determine crystal structure.|
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|Completed all lessons in Chemistry 111L: Chemistry I with Lab course and achieved 100% Quiz Progress.|
|Not attempted to take this exam within the last three days.|
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|Have not taken this exam three times. (0/3)|
|Complete the exam readiness quiz.|
|Please note: Assignments are required to complete this course for credit. You have submitted / required assignments for this course.|
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