CHEM 0330 S01

Equilibrium, Rate, and Structure

Course Description

Explores the electronic structure of atoms and molecules, thermodynamics, solution equilibrium, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, and reaction mechanisms. Three hours of lecture and five hours of prelaboratory and laboratory per week. Required background: CHEM 0100 or AP Chemistry 4 or CHEM Placement Test 8 or IBC Chemistry.
Students MUST register for all four components of this course (the common meeting, lecture, lab and conference) during the SAME registration session. Banner will not allow a student to register for one component without registering for the other three at the same time. Further, if one component of the course is dropped, all four components will be dropped. This course is offered in both Fall and Spring semesters.
If you previously completed CHEM 0330 laboratory but received a grade of no credit in the course, please register for lab section 11.

Instructor:
Richard Mark Stratt (Primary)