General Chemistry 1 (KD1)      

SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN

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Course Title: General Chemistry 1 (KD1)    

MK code: AKM21 310

Credit Weight: 3

Group of Courts: Compulsory

Semester: 1

Prerequisite Course: –

 

Lecturer:

Dr. Parsaoran S, MS;

Drs. Abdul Haris, M.Si

Dr. Dwi Hudiyanti, MSc;

Dr. M. Asyari, M.Si;

Drs. WH Rahmanto, M.Si

 

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 macromolecular chemicals, and their application.
General Skills GLO3-(KU1) Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and uses humanities values by their field of expertise
GLO4-(KU2) Able to demonstrate independent performance, quality, and ability.
GLO5-(KU5) Able to make decisions regularly in the context of solving problems in their area of expertise, the results of information, and data analysis.
Special Skills GLO6-(KK1) Mastering the theoretical concepts of structure, properties, changes, kinetics, molecular energy and chemical systems, separation, characterization, transformation, synthesis of micromolecular chemicals, and their application.

 

 

Course Description

In this course, students learn chemical concepts thoroughly, especially at the macroscopic level, and begin to introduce chemical concepts at the microscopic level. Students learn the benefits of chemistry, scientific methods in chemistry, classification of substances, phases of imports, and Physico-chemical changes. Studying chemistry at the microscopic level includes the basic concepts of chemistry built under the paradigm of modern chemistry, namely chemistry which is understood at the atomic, molecular, and ion size materials. After studying atoms, molecules, and ions, it is continued by learning the concepts of chemical bonds, molecular shapes and geometries, chemical reaction kinetics, energy, and entropy. All these essential concepts are studied at the atomic, molecular, and ionic levels. After students obtain the material above, students will be able to understand the phenomena caused by chemical substances in the environment and become the basis for understanding chemical concepts in a more profound understanding obtained in advanced courses such as organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry.

Week Expected ability (Sub-CLO) Study Materials/ Learning Materials Learning methods Student Learning Experience Time (minutes) Evaluation
Criteria and Indicators %
1 Students can explain (C2-understand) the benefits of chemistry, explain scientific methods in chemistry, and explain the classification of substances, Physico-chemical changes of substances. General Knowledge of Chemistry / Benefits of chemistry, scientific methods, classification of substances, physical and chemical changes of substances (PB1).

Benefits of chemistry: Health/pharmaceutical, Energy/environment, Materials/technology, Food/agriculture; The scientific method in chemistry: Observation, Representation, Interpretation; Classification of substances and Physico-chemical changes of substances.

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Summarizing information

Asking (development, critique)

search, collect and compile information to describe the benefits of chemistry, scientific methods, classification of substances, and Physico-chemical changes. Discuss and conclude problems/tasks in groups.

FF: 1 x (3 x 50”)

ST + SS: 1 x [(3 x 50”) +

(3 x 60”)]

Accuracy explains the benefits of chemistry, scientific methods, classification of substances, Physico-chemical changes of substances.

>>> with a minimum accuracy of 80%

5
2 Students can compare (C2-understand) the development of atomic theory to Dalton’s atomic theory, explain chemical laws, chemical formulas, and chemical reaction equations, and explain the concept of moles, types of concentration, and stoichiometry; classify the types of reactions; using (C3-applying) the concepts of atoms, molecules, reactions, and moles in the stoichiometry of chemical reactions. Concept of mole and stoichiometry/Concept of atom, molecule, reaction, mole, the stoichiometry of the chemical reaction. Atoms, molecules, and ions: Chemical laws, Dalton’s atomic theory, Chemical formulas, empirical and molecular; Chemical reactions and mole concepts: Chemical reaction equations, Mole concepts, Stoichiometry; Chemical reactions in water: Reactions between ions, acid-base, redox, Electrolyte and non-electrolyte, Molarity, normality, mole/weight fraction, % Yield. Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

listen,

write

ask

Discuss and conclude problems/tasks in groups

FF: 1 x (3 x 50”)

ST + SS: 1 x [(3 x 50”) +

(3 x 60”)]

the accuracy of calculating the concept of atoms, molecules, reactions, moles, the stoichiometry of chemical reactions. 10
3 Students can explain (C2-understand) the periodic table of elements based on their atomic number and the tendency of the types of compounds. Mole concept and stoichiometry/periodic table and properties.

Periodic table and properties of the elements

1. Atomic number and the modern periodic table.

2. Formation of ionic compounds.

3. Formation of molecular compounds.

4. Some properties of elements and naming

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write,

ask

Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems

FF: 1 x (3 x 50”)

ST + SS: 1 x [(3 x 50”) +

(3 x 60”)]

– Accuracy of explaining the periodic table and its properties.

– the accuracy of explaining the problems of the periodic table and the properties given.

5
4 Students can explain (C2-understand) radiation waves as a basis for understanding the atomic structure, explain atomic structure and properties from electron configuration, explain H atomic orbitals are used to describe the structure of many-electron atoms, explain the periodicity of atomic properties based on the Pauli principle, using ( C3-applies) the electron configuration of atoms to the structure and properties of atoms. Physics, Atomic structure/atomic structure: periodicity of the chemical properties of matter (PB4)

Electronic structure and periodic table

1. Radiation, wave properties, atomic spectra.

2. Atomic structure and Bohr’s theory.

3. Wave properties of matter: wave mechanics.

4. Electron configuration, spin, and Pauli principle.

5. The shape of atomic orbitals

6. Variation of properties with atomic structure.

Chemical reactions and the periodic table

1. Tendency of metal reactivity.

2. Metals as reducing agents.

3. Non-metal as an oxidizing agent.

4. Tendency of acid-base strength.

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write,

ask

Learn by digging/searching for information (inquiry) and utilizing that information to solve factual problems

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– accuracy of explaining Atomic structure: periodicity of chemical properties of substances.

– accuracy of explaining problems Atomic structure: periodicity of the chemical properties of a given substance.

10
5 Students can explain (C2-understand) the types of chemical bonds, compare the properties, and explain the relationship between electronegativity and bond properties. Molecular Structure/Molecular structure: periodicity of chemical properties of substances (PB5)

Chemical bond

1. Covalent bonds and Lewis structures.

2. Bond order, resonance, formal charge.

3. Covalent coordinate bonds.

4. Polar molecules and electronegativity.

5. Ionic bonds.

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write,

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– accuracy of explaining Atomic structure: periodicity of chemical properties of substances.

– accuracy of explaining problems Atomic structure: periodicity of the chemical properties of a given substance.

5
6 Students can explain (C2-understand) the relationship between molecular structure and molecular shape, Explain the relationship between molecular shape and molecular polarity, Using (C3-applying) the arrangement of electrons in molecules on the structure and properties of molecules. Molecular Structure/Molecular structure: periodicity of chemical properties of substances (PB5)

Covalent bonds and molecular structure

1. The shape of the molecule.

2. VSEPR theory.

3. Polarity and molecular structure.

4. Overlap and covalent bonds.

5. Hybrid orbitals and molecular structure.

6. Resonant structure

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write,

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– accuracy of explaining Molecular structure: periodicity of chemical properties of substances.

– accuracy of explaining problems Molecular structure: periodicity of chemical properties of a given substance.

10
7 Students can explain (C2-understand) the physical properties of gases, explain the types of phases of matter, compare the properties of gas, liquid, and solid phases. Explain the relationship between the nature of atoms or molecules in their interaction forces, explain the relationship between the forces of interaction intermolecular with the phase of the substance. Classify the types of simple crystalline solids, Using (C3-apply) the properties of molecules in the phase of matter. Intermolecular Interaction /Physical and phase properties of the substance (PB5)

Physical properties of gases

1. Ideal and real gases

2. Chemical reactions in gases

3. Partial pressure and gas effusion

Phases of matter and intermolecular forces

1. Types of intermolecular interaction forces

2. Comparison of gas, liquid, and solid properties

3. Lattice and crystal structure of solids

4. Types and properties of crystals

5. Phase diagram

Problem Based Learning listen,

write

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– Accuracy in explaining the physical and phase properties of substances.

– Accuracy in calculating the questions Physical properties and phases of a given substance

5
8 Midterm exam Written exam 90 Truth in solving exam questions 50
9-10 Students can explain (C2-understand) the types of energy involved in chemical reactions; Comparing (C2-understanding) spontaneous and non-spontaneous reactions. Energetic theory concept, Kinetic theory concept/Controlling factor

product of chemical reaction (PB6)

Chemical thermodynamics: Laws of conservation of energy, Heat of reaction, Energy, entropy and spontaneity of reactions, Free energy, and helpful work

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– Accuracy of explaining chemical thermodynamics.

– the accuracy of calculating the given chemical Thermodynamics questions.

15
11-12 Students can explain (C2-understand) the relationship between the concentration of reactants and reaction products in gas equilibrium reactions; Explain (C2-understand) the relationship between chemical reaction energy and equilibrium Energetic theory concept, Kinetic theory concept/Controlling factor

product of chemical reaction (PB6)

Gas system balance

1. The law of chemical reaction equilibrium.

2. Heterogeneous equilibrium.

3. Le Chatelier’s Principle

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– Accuracy describes the gas system equilibrium.

– the accuracy of calculating the given gas system Equilibrium questions.

10
13-15 Students can explain (C2-understand) the relationship between concentrations of reactants and products of acid and base reactions; the concentration of reagents with poorly soluble reaction products; the concentration of the reactants with the products of complex molecular reactions; Using (C3- apply) the concept of reaction energy and the properties of the reactants and products of a chemical reaction. Energetic theory concept, Kinetic theory concept/Controlling factor

product of chemical reaction (PB6)

Acid-base balance: Ionization of water, Strong and weak acid-base solutions, the concept of pH, Buffers, hydrolysis and polyprotic, Titration and indicators; Solubility and complexions: Solubility product, common ion effect and ion separation by selective precipitation, Complexion equilibrium, complexion, and solubility.

Discovery learning

Cooperative learning

Problem Based Learning

listen,

write,

ask

Learning by digging/looking for information (inquiry) and use that information to solve real problems.

FF: 3 x 50

ST: 3 x 60

SS: 3 x 60

– Accurately explain Acid-base Equilibrium, Solubility, and complexion.

– Accuracy in calculating Acid-base Equilibrium, Solubility, and complexion questions.

25
16 Final exams Written exam 90 The truth and completeness of the answer to the question 50
Total Rating 100

 

Reference:

  1. Chang, R., 2005, “Chemistry”, 8th ed., Random Hause, Inc., New York.
  2. Brady, J.E., 1990, “General Chemistry : Principles and Structure”, 7th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York.
  3. http://wine1.sb.fsu.edu/chm1045

 

Glossary

 

GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome

CLO = Course Learning Outcomes

FF = Face to Face Learning

ST = Structured tasks

SS = Self Study