CHEM 151 - Fundamentals of Chemistry II: Chemical Reaction
An integrated study of the fundamental kinetic and thermodynamic principles guiding chemical change and equilibrium. These principles are applied to the acid-base and electron chemistry of aqueous systems with important applications for living systems, geological processes and environmental issues such as air and water quality, climate, energy use and nuclear hazards. The laboratory includes various techniques in chemical analysis in aqueous systems as well as applications of reaction principles.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-3)
Prerequisites: CHEM 150 (minimum grade of C-) AND MATH 110 (minimum grade of C-) OR MATH 121 (minimum grade of C-) OR Computed Math Placement Score MA 121 OR MATH 201 (minimum grade of C-) OR MATH 210 (minimum grade of C-) OR MATH 221 (minimum grade of C-) OR Computed Math Placement Score MA 221 OR MATH 222 (minimum grade of C-)
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