Laboratory for Chemistry 110
- Teacher: Prof. Koutroulis
CHEM 130 is the first semester of a two semester sequence designed for students intending to major in science and engineering. The lecture course covers classical/modern chemistry, with applications, in stoichiometry and classical atomic theory of chemistry, periodic properties, gas laws, modern quantum theory of atomic and molecular structure and periodic properties, thermochemistry, liquids and solids, and solution chemistry. The laboratory introduces experimental chemistry with examples from all areas of chemistry.
one-semester course is designed for students intending to major in science or
engineering. The course primarily prepares students for Chemistry 130;
additionally, it fulfills the general education requirement in the physical
sciences. This course introduces the fundamental principles of general
chemistry, with emphasis on chemical nomenclature and quantitative problems in
chemistry. The lecture presents classical and modern chemistry including atomic
theory, periodic properties, chemical bonding, chemical reactions,
stoichiometry, acids and bases, gas laws and solutions. The laboratory
introduces the techniques of experimental chemistry with examples from all
areas of chemistry.