CHEM 333 - Advanced Environmental Chemistry
Chemical terminology and models will be developed and applied to gaining a better understanding of the impacts of Homo Sapiens on the natural world. The course explores sources, reactions, transport and fates of anthropogenic pollutants in air, water and soil and the toxicology of organic and inorganic species. Topics include toxicology, atmospheric chemistry, air pollution, water chemistry, energy and climate.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: CHEM 151 (minimum grade of C-) and CHEM 365 (minimum grade of C-)
Class Level Restriction: Sophomore
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