CHEM 151 - Fundamentals of Chemistry II: Chemical Reaction
This course explores fundamental kinetic and thermodynamic principles guiding acid-base, precipitation and oxidation-reduction chemistry in aqueous systems. These guiding principles will be applied to living systems, geological processes and environmental issues: air and water quality, climate and energy use, and nuclear hazards. The laboratory includes learning techniques in chemical analysis and applications of reaction principles.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-3)
Prerequisites: CHEM 150 (minimum grade of C-) AND (MATH 113 [minimum grade of C-] OR higher calculus sequence math course [minimum grade of C-] OR Computed CALC Placement Score 121 OR Computed CALC Placement Score 221) [Details: Higher calculus sequence math course list: MATH 121 , MATH 221 , MATH 222 ]
Term Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring, Every Summer
All specified math prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better.
There is a course specific fee for this course.
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