CHM 121 - General Chemistry I
The first semester of a two-semester sequence, the course gives students a solid foundation in general chemistry. Topics include measurement, structures of atoms, molecules and ions, inorganic chemical nomenclature, chemical reactions and stoichiometry, acid-base, and oxidation-reduction reactions, gases and the kinetic-molecular theory, thermochemistry, electronic structure, periodicity, chemical bonding and molecular geometry. Lab work reinforces basic principles and emphasizes analytical techniques. (Fulfills Science Elective requirement in Art and Sciences program). Students retaking this course must repeat both the lab and lecture.
Co-requisite: NONE
Prerequisite: MTH 096 or equivalent and CHM 095 or CHM 111 or equivalent
Credits: 0 to 5(Lec: 0 to 4 Lab: 0 to 3)
School: Sci Techn Eng & Math
Department: Life and Natural Sciences
Attributes: General Elective





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