Courses

           

Courses

Subj Number Course Title
CHEM 1111 Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
CHEM 1113 A Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 2111 Environmental Seminar
CHEM 2120 General Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 2124 General Chemistry I
CHEM 2130 General Chemistry II Lab
CHEM 2134 General Chemistry II
CHEM 2204 Organic Physiological Chemistry
CHEM 2991 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 2992 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 2993 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 3111 Environmental Seminar
CHEM 3245 Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 3254 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
CHEM 3264 Mechanistic Organic Chemistry
CHEM 3301 Chemistry Seminar
CHEM 3313 Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 3324 Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 3334 Physical Chemistry II
CHEM 3344 Principles of Biochemistry
CHEM 3353 Fundamentals of Toxicology
CHEM 3363 Metabolic Biochemistry
CHEM 3423 Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM 3991 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 3992 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 3993 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 4111 Environmental Seminar
CHEM 4401 Chemistry Seminar
CHEM 4414 Instrumental Analysis
CHEM 4424 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM 4433 Advanced Topics in Chemistry
CHEM 4951 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
CHEM 4952 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
CHEM 4953 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
CHEM 4954 Undergraduate Research in Chemistry
CHEM 4991 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 4992 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 4993 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 4994 Special Problems in Chemistry
CHEM 6881 Workshop
CHEM 6882 Workshop
CHEM 6883 Workshop

Description

CHEM2124: General Chemistry I
ACTS Common Course - CHEM1414

Prerequisite: Score of 21 or higher on the math portion of the ACTE; or MATH 1113 or equivalent; or a "C" or better in CHEM 1113 and CHEM 1111; or approval of the instructor.

Co-requisite: CHEM 2120

The first of a two semester sequence designed for science and engineering majors. Topics include qualitative and quantitative, applied and theoretical analyses of the interactions of matter; atoms, molecules, ions, the mole concept, chemical equations, gases, solutions, intermolecular forces, thermochemistry, quantum theory, periodic law, ionic and covalent bonding, molecular geometry.

Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours. $20 laboratory fee.

Sections

CRN Section # # Seats Days Time Date Building Room

This course is currently not offered for this term.