CHM 100◊ Chemistry and Society

Designed for non-science majors to meet a general education science requirement. Emphasizes practical aspects of chemistry in everyday life. Topics covered include: an overview of chemical reactions, acids and bases, nuclear chemistry, pollution, global warming, energy, polymers, nutrition, medicinal chemistry and environmental chemistry. IAI: P1 903L

Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 3.0
Lab Hours: 2.0
Course Fee Required
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Sections of CHM100 at Term: Spring 2013 (136)

 
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CHM100001CHM & SOCIETY OCHWAT, KR01/23/1305/15/13 
11 Open Seats 06:00 PM08:15 PMW D 208 Book Info
  06:00 PM08:15 PMM D 125  
CHM100070CHM & SOCIETY BODNER, RI01/23/1305/17/13 
8 Open Seats TBA TBA  D 209 Book Info
CHM100071CHM & SOCIETY GLOGOVSKY,01/23/1305/17/13 
12 Open Seats TBA TBA  D 209 Book Info
 
3 CLASSES SCHEDULED