SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN
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Course Title: Chemical Structure and Bonding (SIK)
MK code: AKM21 331
Credit Weight: 3
Group of Courts: Compulsory
Semester: 3
Prerequisite Course: KD1, KD2, MD2
Lecturer:
Dr. Parsaoran Siahaan, MS
Dr. Dwi Hudiyanti, MSc.
Tri Windarti, Msi
Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLO)
Attitude | GLO1-(S9) | Demonstrate an attitude of responsibility for work in their field of expertise independently. |
Knowledge | GLO2-(PP1) | Mastering the theoretical concepts of structure, properties, changes, kinetics, and energetics of molecules and chemical systems, identification, separation, characterization, transformation, synthesis of micromolecular chemicals, and their application. |
GLO3-(PP3) | Mastering the basic principles of software for analysis, synthesis, and molecular modeling in general or more specific chemical fields. | |
General Skills | GLO4-(KU1) | Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and uses humanities values by their field of expertise. |
Special Skills | GLO5-(KK3) | Able to analyze several alternative solutions in identification, analysis, isolation, transformation, and synthesis of available chemicals and present analysis conclusions for appropriate decision making. |
Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)
CLO-1 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Quantum theory |
CLO-2 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Atomic structure and spectra |
CLO-3 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) molecular structure |
Course Description
Week | Expected ability (Sub-CLO) | Study Materials/ Learning Materials | Learning methods | Student Learning Experience | Time (minutes) | Evaluation | |
Criteria and Indicators | % | ||||||
1 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) The origins of quantum mechanics and the dynamics of microscopic systems | Introduction and principles of quantum theory
a. the origins of quantum mechanics b. Microscopic system dynamics |
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning |
Students learn by listening to lectures and search, collect and compile existing information to describe knowledge of the origin of quantum mechanics. Discuss and conclude problems/tasks given by lecturers in groups. | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
accurately describes the origins of quantum mechanics and the dynamics of microscopic systems with an accuracy of at least 80% | 5 |
2 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Principles of quantum theory with a minimum accuracy of 80% | c. Principles of quantum theory | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning |
Discuss and conclude the problems/tasks given by the lecturer in groups. | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
accurately explain the principles of quantum theory | 5 |
3 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Translational motion with a minimum accuracy of 80% | Quantum theory on the motion of matter
a. translational motion |
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
– the accuracy of explaining the formulas used in translational motion
– the accuracy of using the formulas in translational motion to solve the problems given |
5 |
4 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Vibration motion with a minimum accuracy of 80% | b. Vibration motion | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
– the accuracy of explaining the formulas used in vibrational motion
– the accuracy of using the formulas in vibrational motion to solve the problems given |
5 |
5 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Rotational motion with at least 80% accuracy | c. Rotation motion | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
– the accuracy of explaining the formulas used in vibrational motion
– the accuracy of using the formulas in vibrational motion to solve the problems given |
10 |
6 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Hydrogen atomic structure with a minimum accuracy of 80% | Atomic structure and spectra
a. hydrogen atom |
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precisely explain the structure of the hydrogen atom
-the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about the hydrogen atom |
10 |
7 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Atomic structure with many electrons with a minimum accuracy of 80% | b. atom with many electrons | Problem Based Learning | Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precisely describes the structure of atoms with many electrons
-the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about atoms with many electrons |
10 |
8 | Midterm exam | Written exam | 90 | Truth in solving exam questions | |||
9 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Atomic spectra with an accuracy of at least 80% | c. Hydrogen atomic spectra | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precisely explain the structure of the hydrogen atom
-the accuracy of using the correct formulas given to solve problems concerning the spectra of hydrogen atoms |
5 |
10 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Valence bond theory with at least 80% accuracy | Molecular structure
a. Valence bond theory |
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precisely explain valence bond theory
-the accuracy of using the correct formulas given to solve problems about valence bond theory |
5 |
11 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Molecular orbital theory with minimum 80% accuracy | b. Molecular orbital theory | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precisely explain the molecular orbital theory
-the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about the theory of molecular orbitals |
10 |
12 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Homonuclear diatom molecules with at least 80% accuracy | c. Homonuclear diatom molecules | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precise description of homonuclear diatom molecules
-the accuracy of using the correct formulas given to solve problems about homonuclear diatom molecules |
10 |
13 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Heteronuclear diatom molecules with at least 80% accuracy | d.Heteronuclear diatom molecules | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-precise description of heteronuclear diatom molecules
-accuracy in using the given formulas to solve problems about heteronuclear diatom molecules |
10 |
14 dan 15 | Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Molecular polyatom with a minimum accuracy of 80% | e. Polyatomic molecule | Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning |
Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems/designed by the lecturer | FF: 1 x (3 x 50”);
ST+SS: 1x(3×60″+3×60″) |
-preciseness of explaining polyatomic molecules
-accuracy of using the given formulas to solve problems about polyatomic molecules |
10 |
16 | Final exams | Written exam | 90 | The truth and completeness of the answer to the question | |||
Total Rating | 100 |
Reference:
1 . Atkins dan de Paula, 2010, Physical Chemistry, W. H. Freeman and Company, New York
Glossary
GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome
CLO = Course Learning Outcomes
FF = Face to Face Learning
ST = Structured tasks
SS = Self Study