A study of atomic structure, introductory chemical bonding, stoichiometry, kinetic molecular theory and the states of matter, solutions, ionic reactions, oxidation and reduction, and acid and base theories. This course presupposes a knowledge of intermediate algebra. Three class hours and three laboratory hours. Prerequisite: MAT 087 and college-level reading.
Optional recitation section for CHE 103. Provides the opportunity for students to apply the theories, concepts and problem-solving techniques presented in CHE 103.
A study of thermochemistry, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, advanced concepts in chemical bonding, the chemistry of the representative metals and nonmetals, coordination complexes, basic organic chemistry, biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Three class hours and three laboratory hours. Prerequisites: CHE 103, MAT 114.
Optional recitation for CHE 104. Provides the opportunity for students to apply the theories, concepts and problem-solving techniques presented in CHE 104.
A study of chemistry at an introductory level, intended for students in the paramedical sciences (nursing, dental hygiene, respiratory therapy, etc.) Topics include the nature of atoms; ionic and covalent bonding; nomenclature; chemical change and equilibrium; gas laws; properties of water and aqueous solutions; acids, bases and pH; and an introduction to organic and biochemical compounds. This course pre-supposes some knowledge of elementary algebra. Not open to Math-Science students. Prerequisites: College-level reading and placement into MAT 087 or higher.
Optional laboratory for CHE 151; illustrative experiments emphasizing the concepts, principles, and techniques presented in CHE 151. Three laboratory hours per week. Prerequisite or co-requisite: CHE 151 and placement into MAT 087 or higher.
Optional recitation section intended for students concurrently registered in CHE 151. The recitation provides the opportunity for students to apply the theory, concepts and problem-solving techniques presented in CHE 151.
A study of organic chemistry and biochemistry at the introductory level. Topics include the structure and properties of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, functional groups, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, vitamins, and drugs. Not open to Math-Science students. Prerequisite: CHE 151 or CHE 103 and Permission of Instructor. Fall semesters only.
Topics covered include error and statistical treatment of data, chemical equilibrium, gravimetric analysis, various types of volumetric analysis, electrochemistry, spectrophotometry, and introduction to analytical separations. The laboratory portion of the course includes traditional and modern methods of gravimetric and volumetric analysis, and elementary instrumental methods. Three class hours and four laboratory hours. Prerequisites: CHE 104 and MAT 114 or higher. Spring semesters only.
An introduction to the chemistry of the functional groups of aliphatic and aromatic compounds. Emphasis is placed on mechanisms of reactions and the relationship of structure to reactivity. Laboratory work is concerned with the synthesis, reactions, and identification of representative organic compounds along with experience in the necessary experimental techniques. Four class hours and four laboratory hours. Prerequisites: CHE 103 and 104 and college-level reading.
A continuation of CHE 205 with more emphasis on mechanisms, structures, natural products, and the study of qualitative organic analysis. Four class hours and four laboratory hours. Prerequisites: CHE 205 and 205L, and college-level reading. Offered most spring and occasional fall semesters.
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