CHEM 207L - General Chemistry I Laboratory
(1 cr) CHEM 207L is a laboratory course that is designed to accompany CHEM 207. 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 measurements and units, basic laboratory techniques, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, spectrophotometric analysis, gravimetric analysis, stoichiometry, thermochemistry and chromatography. This course, along with CHEM 207 , CHEM 209 , and CHEM 209L , fulfills the Core Curriculum Laboratory Sciences requirement. Prerequisites: Background in high school chemistry or CHEM 105 or permission of instructor. Prerequisite/corequisite: MATH 105 , MATH 108 , MATH 205 , MATH 207 , or appropriate placement score, or permission of instructor. Corequisite: It is recommended, but not required, that CHEM 207 be taken concurrently.
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