CHM 111 - General Chemistry I
Prerequisite: MAT 101 or equivalent
This course is an introduction to the fundamental laws and theories of chemistry. Content includes basic measurements, density, specific gravity, matter, mole concept, energy, atomic theory, atomic number, isotopes, structure of the atom, ion formation, chemical equations, oxidation and reduction, chemical bonding, covalent bonds, molecules, intermolecular dipole forces and hydrogen bonding, and formula weights. This course consists of four hours of lecture and a two hour lab per week.
Effective Spring 2020, the description has been modified to the following (see Catalog Addenda for additional detials):
General Chemistry I (CHM 111) is the first course of a sequence that introduces the fundamental laws and theories of chemistry. Content includes measurements and calculations in chemistry, chemical foundations, atomic structure and periodicity, general bonding concepts, molecular structure and orbitals, stoichiometry, types of solutions and solution stoichiometry, and chemical energy.
Note: This course is also available as an online course.
Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)