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General Chemistry: Getting Started

CHEM1300, CHEM1310

General Chemistry

General Chemistry
CHEM 1300, CHEM 1310
Fall 2020

This course and the related lab is the first part of a two-semester sequence that studies the laws, principles and theories of atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, stoichiometry, states of matter/solutions, energetics, oxidation reduction, and laboratory chemistry, including their applications.
This course and the related lab is the second part of a two-semester sequence that studies atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, states of matter/solutions, dynamics (kinetics and thermodynamics), equilibrium, electrochemistry, and laboratory chemistry including their applications.

General Chemistry I and II - CHEM 1300 and 1310

  1. Describe the atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding.
  2. Describe stoichiometry, states of matter/solutions, energetics, and oxidation reduction.
  3. Demonstrate competent and prudent testing practices of chemical principles in the laboratory and describe how data collected in the laboratory is interpreted scientifically.
  1. Describe the atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding.
  2. Describe the states of matter/solutions, dynamics (kinetics and thermodynamics), equilibrium, and electrochemistry.
  3. Demonstrate competent and prudent testing practices of chemical principles in the laboratory and describe how data collected in the laboratory is interpreted scientifically.