A fundamental course for non-science majors requiring a laboratory science. Does not satisfy the requirements for Biology, Chemistry or Engineering program students who should take CHEM 121-122. Topics covered include measurement; elements and compounds; properties of matter; early atomic theory and structure; nomenclature of inorganic compounds; quantitative composition of compounds; chemical equations and calculations; modern atomic theory and the periodic table; chemical bonds; the gaseous state of matter; liquids; chemical equilibrium; oxidation-reduction. Laboratory covers basic techniques and illustrates principles presented in class.
CHEM 101 - Fundamentals of Chemistry I (Lab Based)
Credit Hours: 4