|Spring Term 2021 Principles of Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity - 3154 - CHEM 115
Prerequisites/Notes: Placement examination
Catalog Description : Introduction to the basic principles of chemistry, emphasizing structures of chemical species (atoms, ions, and molecules), stoichiometry, the relationships between structure and reactivity, basic chemical models (gas laws, e. g.) and laboratory skills. This course will serve primarily to prepare students who have not had any previous (high school) coursework in chemistry for CHEM 116. Three lectures and one laboratory session each week. Students with high school chemistry should normally take 116 instead of this course. See the chemistry department's web page for placement examination information.
Attributes: NS Lab Course GER (01cr), BM Natural Science (01cr), Introductory Course, Remote Synchronous Delivery