CH200 "Introduction to General Chemistry" is a companion course to be taken concurrently with CH 2330 “General Chemistry I” and is intended for students with limited or no experience in chemistry. This course will present the fundamental principles and theories of chemistry, focusing on the basic skills needed to be successful in General Chemistry. Basic chemical and general scientific concepts will be presented, including the metric system, the periodic table, balanced chemical equations, stoichiometry, and the mole.
|Lecture||Tuesdays, 2:00-3:45 pm; Boyd 144|
|Office hours||Mon and Wed: 1:30-2:30pm
Tues: 11am-12pm and 4-5pm
|Book 1||Homework Helpers: Chemistry (2004), by Greg Curran; ISBN: 1564147215|
|Book 2||Chemistry: A Project of the ACS (2004) by Jerry Bell; ISBN: 0716731266
Note: This is the required text for CH2330 as well.
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