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CHEM 101: Chemistry in Context I
A survey course for students majoring in disciplines other than the natural sciences. Application of fundamental chemical principles to selected inorganic, organic, and biological systems, with particular emphasis on topics of interest to citizens in a technological society.
Professors: Deborah A. McCarthy; J. P. Bays; Kathleen M. Antol
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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CHEM 102: Chemistry in Context II
A survey course for students majoring in disciplines other than the natural sciences. Application of fundamental chemical principles to selected inorganic, organic, and biological systems, with particular emphasis on topics of interest to citizens in a technological society.
Professors: Deborah A. McCarthy; J. P. Bays; Nicole R. Brinkmann
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CHEM 111: General Chemistry
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of general chemistry with applications to the field of nursing. Laboratory experiments will closely correspond with the lecture material. Prereq: High school chemistry or POI
Professors: Isabel Larraza Sanchez; Kathleen M. Antol
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CHEM 118: General, Organic, and Bio-Chem
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of general chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry with applications to the field of nursing. Laboratory experiments will closely correspond with the lecture material. (Four hours lecture and one two-hour laboratory) Prerequisites...
Professors: Sophia Mbihije
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CHEM 121: Principles of Chemistry I
An introduction to chemical stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, and bonding. Laboratory will explore principles presented in lecture. (Three hours lecture and one three-hour laboratory) Prerequisite: High school chemistry or permission of instructor.
Professors: Adil Mohammad; Christopher J. Dunlap; Deborah A. McCarthy; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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CHEM 122: Principles of Chemistry II
An introduction to chemical energetics, chemical equilibria, acid-base chemistry, and kinetics. Laboratory will explore principles presented in lecture. (Three hours lecture and one three-hour laboratory) Prerequisite: CHEM 121 or permission of instructor.
Professors: Adil Mohammad; Christopher J. Dunlap; Deborah A. McCarthy; (more)
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CHEM 122: Prin of Chemistry II
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Professors: Amy B. Houser; Christopher J. Dunlap; Isabel Larraza Sanchez; (more)
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CHEM 124: Intro Organic and Biochemistry
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of organic chemistry and biochemistry with applications to the field of nursing. Prereq: CHEM 111 or 121 or POI
Professors: Isabel Larraza Sanchez; Kathleen M. Antol
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CHEM 221: Organic Chemistry I
A treatment of the properties, structures, preparations and reactions of the important classes of compounds of carbon with emphasis on foundational concepts illustrated primarily through the chemistry of aliphatic hydrocarbons. (Three hours lecture and one three-hour laboratory) ...
Professors: Dorothy M. Feigl; Isabel Larraza Sanchez
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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CHEM 222: Organic Chemistry II
A treatment of the properties, structures, preparations and reactions of the important classes of compounds of carbon. Aromatic chemistry is introduced and representative functional groups are covered. (Three hours lecture and one three-hour laboratory) Prerequisite: CHEM 221.
Professors: Dorothy M. Feigl
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