Mar 24, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog
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CHE 1104 - General Chemistry II: Chemical Reactivity

Credits: 4.00
The second half of the two-semester, general chemistry sequence is designed primarily for those students who are interested in majoring in the sciences and have sufficiently solid backgrounds in science and mathematics to allow for a more in-depth investigation of the field. The course starts with an overview of the physical properties of solids, liquids and gases and how they can be interpreted using kinetic molecular theory. Major topics also include an introduction to chemical kinetics, the principles of chemical equilibrium, and chemical thermodynamics. Finally, a detailed study of two important classes of reactions, acid-base and reduction-oxidation, will be covered. In the laboratory, students explore gases, solutions, kinetics, and equilibrium, using conventional and instrumental techniques, applying their skills in a problem-solving environment.
Course includes a 3-hr laboratory.
Prerequisites Chemistry 1101 or Chemistry 1103 and Mathematics 1001 and Mathematics 1002
Co-requisite Chemistry 1002
Recommended Co-requisite Mathematics 1107 or above
McDaniel Plan: Scientific Inquiry with Laboratory.



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