Week Date Topics
 1 12-16 February 2024
Matter and Its Properties, Atomic Theory
 2 19-23 February 2024
Electrons in Atoms, Periodic Table
 3 26 February-01 March 2024
Chemical Compounds, Chemical Reactions
 4 04-08 March 2024
Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
 5 11-15 March 2024
 6 18 -22 March 2024 Thermochemistry 
 7 25-29 March 2024
Chemical Bonding-I
 8 01-05 April 2024
Chemical Bonding-II
   08-12 April 2024  MIDTERM BREAK
 9 15-19 April 2024
Liquids, Solids and Intermolecular Forces
 10 22-26 April 2024
Liquids, Solids and Intermolecular Forces
 11 29 April -03 May 2024 Solutions and Their Physical Properties
 12 06-10 May 2024
Chemical Equilibrium 
 13 13-17 May 2024
Acids and Bases
 14 20-24 May 2024
Spontaneous Change: Entropy and Gibbs Energy

Text Book

General Chemistry, Principles & Modern Applications, R. H. Petrucci, F. G. Herring, J. D. Madura, C Bissonnette, Pearson Canada, Inc., 2017, Eleventh Ed.

Supplementary Books:All General Chemistry Text Books


Midterm 1  Midterm 2 Final Exam

17 March 2024 

27 April 2024 (10:00-12:00) It will be announced later

Matter and Its Properties, Atomic Theory, Electrons in Atoms, Periodic Table, Chemical Compounds, Chemical Reactions.

Topics: Reactions in Aqueous Solutions, Gases, Thermochemistry, Chemical Bonding-I, Chemical Bonding-II
All chapters 
Grading: 30%  Grading: 30% Grading:  40%

Important Remarks

  • All announcements and notes related to the course will be published on and the “Ninova” system. Students are supposed to check these websites regularly.
  • Course success will consist of 30% midterm I, 30% midterm II, and 40% final exam. Students, who do not attend the midterm exams, are not admitted to the final exam and get VF.
  • Letter grades are determined according to Senate Guidelines.
  • Students must attend only the course for which they are officially enrolled.
  • Exams will include multiple-choice questions.
  • Evaluation of exam grades:  Exam grades will be calculated by subtracting one-quarter of the number of incorrect answers from the number of correct answers. If the exam grade is negative, the grade will be considered as zero.
  • Students must bring their calculators into their exams that they are familiar with and that are in good working order. Calculators must not be shared during the exam.
  •  Students are not allowed to use mobile phones as calculators.
  • To object to midterm exam results, students must create a help ticket to the Faculty of Science and Letter via
  •  To object to final exam results, students must apply to the faculty they are affiliated with.
  • To take make-up exams, students must apply to the faculty they are affiliated with. Additionally, they must send an e-mail to the KIM 101/101E coordinator (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sevgi Güney, e-mail: including their name-surname, student number, and CRN information.
  • A PDF file about Naming Chemical Compounds is available on the Chemistry Department website.

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