CHEM 101 - Chemistry in Society I
(3 cr) With CHEM 101L , CHEM 102 , and CHEM 102L , satisfies the Core Curriculum Laboratory Sciences requirement. Designed for the non-science major, Chemistry in Society is a study of the fundamental facts, laws and principles of inorganic and organic chemistry. Emphasis is placed on the role of chemistry in our culture and everyday life as well as the benefits and costs of chemical technology. Topics to be covered include the scientific method, atomic theory, redox chemistry, organic chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Other topics covered include waste management, food production, population and agribusiness. There are no pre- or co-requisites for this course.
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