General Chemistry I and II
Introduction to modern theories of atomic structure and chemical bonding; chemical reactions; stoichiometry; states of matter; solutions; equilibrium; acids and bases. Theory and applications of oxidation reduction systems; thermodynamics and kinetics; complex equilibria and solubility product; coordination chemistry; nuclear chemistry; and descriptive inorganic chemistry. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Mathematics 115 or permission of instructor. Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Mathematics 115 or permission of instructor. Lab fee. Credit, 4 hours.