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CED151 - Chemistry II



Course length

150 minutes / week



CED151 - Chemistry II


Christian Julius Wijaya

About the course

Prerequisite courses

CED101 - Chemistry I

Course description and learning objectives

Student completing this course will be able to:
• Assosiate chemical bonding.
• Assosiate chemical quantities and aqueous reactions.
• Explain the concept of electrochemistry.

Topics include

1. Chemical bonding
2. Molecular structure, valence bond theory, and hybridization
3. Molecular orbitals
4. Intermolecular forces, liquids, and solids
5. Chemical kinetics
6. Chemical thermodynamics
7. Electrochemistry and oxidation-reduction


1. Moore, J. W., Stanitski, C. L., Jurs, P. C., 2005. “ Chemistry: The Molecular Science”, 2nd ed., Singapore: Thomson Learning, Inc.
2. Laird, B. B., Chang, R., 2009. “University Chemistry”, New York, McGraw-Hill.
3. Hill, J. W., Petrucci, R. H., 2002. “General Chemistry”, New Jersey, Prentice Hall.
4. Silberberg, M. S., 2006. “Chemistry. The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change”, New York, McGraw Hill.
5. Christian, G.D., 2004. “Analytical Chemistry”, 6th ed., USA, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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