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CHEM 100: THE WORLD OF CHEMISTRY
For non-science majors, the chemistry of everyday life: fuels, plastics, drugs, water, air, and living systems. Lectures illustrated by demonstrations, films, and molecular models. Readings include articles from current newspapers and magazines.
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CHEM 101: ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY 1
Usually taken concurrently with C121. Introduction to chemistry. The two sequences, C101-C121 and C102-C122, usually satisfy programs that require only two semesters of chemistry. Admission to advanced courses on the basis of C101-C121 and C102-C122 is granted only in exceptional...
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CHEM 103: INTRO TO CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES
Taken in preparation for C117 by students with deficiencies in chemistry. Content includes applications of measurement and chemical formula/equation conversions; modern view of the atom; and solution processes that relate to chemical reactions. Emphasis of lectures, labs, and dis...
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CHEM 117: PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY I
An integrated lecture-laboratory course covering basic principles of chemistry and biochemistry, including applications to physiological (biochemical) functions. Credit given for only one of the following: C105-C125, S105-S125, C117, or S117.
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CHEM 118: PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY II
An integrated lecture-laboratory course introducing the basic principles of chemistry and biochemistry within the context of important social, political, economic, and ethical issues. Topics include polymers, drug design, nutrition, genetic engineering, global warming, and altern...
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CHEM 121: ELEMENTARY CHEMISTRY LAB 1
Introduction to the techniques and reasoning of experimental chemistry.
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CHEM 201: SERVICE LEARNING IN CHEMISTRY
Students will work within the community to foster interest, knowledge, and appreciation in the sciences. Assignments will include the preparation and execution of demonstrations and in class lessons at the primary and secondary school levels.
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CHEM 243: SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CHEMISTRY
For transfer students with General Chemistry I credit from regional campuses or other colleges who plan to take organic chemistry. Equilibrium, kinetics, and thermodynamics will be covered. General Chemistry I plus this course is strongly recommended as preparation for C341.
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CHEM 315: CHEMICAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY
Application of analytical techniques and instrumentation to qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis. Theory, instrumentation, and data analysis will be covered. Credit given for only one of A315 or C315.
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CHEM 318: SPECTROCHEMISTRY & SEPARATIONS
Ultraviolet, visible, infrared, and luminescence spectrophotometry; flame and electrical discharge techniques; X-ray and mass spectrometric methods; phase equilibria and extractions; counter current distribution; gas, thin-layer liquid, and high-performance liquid chromatography....
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