Desired Career

1. Research three topics from the list provided (see attached) that are relevant to Computer Engineering.
? If you are unsure which topics are relevant, proceed to step #2!
2. Find someone to interview that is currently working in your desired career or ideal job.
3. Ask your interviewee for specific, practical examples of how the chemistry topics you have chosen relate to their career.
? Record both your questions and their answers.
? Be sure to get specific examples such as:
? A real-life situation or application related to the topic.
? An actual calculation they perform including chemical names, amounts, units, formulas, and/or conversions.
? A chemical reaction they run including a balanced chemical equation, amounts used, amounts produced, and actual yield.
? Record details such as names of instruments, chemicals or medicines; career-specific terminology or units.
4. Organize and type your notes on all three topics.
? Notes should be typed in 12 point Times New Roman font; double-spaced; 1” margins. Calculations may be hand-written.
? Be sure to include:
? Your full name
? Course name & section number (chemistry 3A)
? Major & desired career (Computer Engineering)
? Interviewee’s name, position, employer & contact information (email/phone)
? In general, notes should be no less than one page per topic if sufficient details and examples are included.
5. One of your three topics will be assigned to present.
6. Prepare a 5-7 minute presentation on the assigned topic.
? Be sure to include:
? Your name
? Your major & desired career (Computer Engineering)
? Who you interviewed
? Your chemistry topic
? Brief description of the chemistry behind your topic (remind us what the topic is about; teach us again)
? At least one specific, practical example illustrating how the topic is important to your desired career. Remember to include real numbers or example data, use precise terminology (with explanations if required), and/or work an example calculation. (More than one example is fine.)

These The Topic You Have To Use Three Of Them. For Each Topic Write one Page( It should Be Relevent To The Computer Engeener)

6. Conservation of mass
7. Heat capacity
8. Isotopes
9. Avogadro’s number
10. Molar mass
11. Mass percent composition
12. Empirical and molecular formulas
13. Solubility
14. Precipitation reactions
15. Acid-base/Neutralization reactions
16. Gas evolution reactions
17. Stoichiometry
18. Limiting reactants
19. Percent yield
20. Enthalpy
21. Electromagnetic radiation
22. Atomic models
23. Orbitals
24. Electron configurations
25. Ionization energy
26. Valence electrons
27. Lewis structures
28. Molecular shape
29. Electronegativity/Polarity
30. Boyle’s law
31. Charles’s law
32. Combined gas law
33. Ideal gas law
34. Mixtures of gases (Dalton’s law)
35. Molar volume
36. Evaporation/condensation (?Hvap)
37. Melting/freezing (?Hfus)
38. Phase changes/Heating curves
39. Hydrogen bonding
40. Dipole-dipole forces
41. Dispersion forces
42. Mass percent solution concentration
43. Ppm/ppb solution concentration
44. Molarity
45. Dilution
46. Solution stoichiometry
47. Freezing point depression
48. Boiling point elevation
49. Surface tension
50. Viscosity
51. Osmosis
52. Acids & bases
53. Titrations
54. Rate of a chemical reaction
55. Chemical equilibrium
56. Equilibrium constant
57. Le Châtelier’s principle
58. Solubility-product constant
59. Oxidation-reduction reactions
60. Activity series
61. Electrochemical cells
62. Electrolysis
63. Corrosion
64. Alpha radiation/emission
65. Beta radiation/emission
66. Gamma radiation/emission
67. Positron emission
68. Half-life of radioisotopes
69. Nuclear fission
70. Nuclear fusion
71. Radioisotopes

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