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Course Overview

This course is a continuation of CHE 103 and explores carious applications and implications of chemistry in our daily lives, such as polymers, metals and minerals, environmental chemistry, energy resources of the earth, food chemistry and nutrition, drugs, and poisons. A simultaneous laboratory course, CHE 106, is required and should be registered for separately. Three one-hour lectures a week.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: CHE103 Co-requisites: CHE106

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate