This is a foundational course for science majors and the first in a two-semester sequence covering the basic laws and concepts of modern chemistry. Topics include atomic structure, chemical bonding, thermochemistry, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, solution chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and the behavior of gases. Lecture, 3 hours; lab, 3 hours. Meets the General Education Requirement: Natural Science.
Special Fee Applies
Prerequisite: B- or higher in MATH 110 or equivalent (for example, by an ALEKS score of 65).