Chemistry is the foundation for everything around us and relates to everything we do. General Chemistry I is part of a 3-part series. These courses provide the fundamental principles of general chemistry. They also provide the prerequisites for advanced chemistry, environmental sciences, health sciences, and medical offerings. These courses also provide a basic laboratory science for students seeking a well rounded liberal arts education.
General Chemistry with Laboratory I
This is the first course in a year-long general chemistry sequence. Topics covered in fall quarter include unit conversions, stoichiometry, types of reactions, electron structures, and will include related laboratory experiments.
General Chemistry with Laboratory II
General Chemistry II builds upon material covered in General Chemistry I. Topics covered in winter quarter include a continuation of electron structures, chemical bonding, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Lab work will complement in-class learning.
General Chemistry with Laboratory III
General Chemistry III will cover chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria, acid-base equilibria, pH, and other related topics. Topics covered in spring quarter include a lab section that will complement the course work.
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