CHEM 209 - General Chemistry II
(3 cr) CHEM 209 and its associated lab, CHEM 209L, are the second part of a two-semester sequence that serves as an introduction to modern chemistry for students majoring in the sciences. The course provides a basis for, and is a prerequisite for, advanced courses in chemistry, biochemistry and molecular biology. Science majors, premedical and other pre-professional students should take this course. The topics covered include equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, solutions and solubility, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, nuclear chemistry and an introduction to organic chemistry. This course, along with CHEM 207 , CHEM 207L , and CHEM 209L , fulfills the Core Curriculum Laboratory Sciences requirement. Prerequisites: CHEM 207 . Corequisite: It is recommended, but not required, that CHEM 209L be taken concurrently.
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