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Chemistry (CHE)

This is a survey course that introduces essential topics in atomic and molecular structure, chemical and physical properties, and chemical reactivity. These concepts will form a basis for understanding biological applications and environmental issues.
Corequisite: CHE 109
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This course investigates chemical concepts through laboratory experiments on structure, chemical reactions, and energy changes. Experiments will that relate to biological chemistry and environmental measurements will also be included. Concepts relevant to the laboratory experiments will be discussed.
Corequisite: CHE 108
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This course is designed specifically for the non-science major. It explores the world of atoms and molecules and relates this submicroscope world to the daily life of the student. Topics to be discussed include plastics, foods, the environment, genetics, and drugs.
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This is a one-semester course designed especially to meet the needs of students in the Health Technology Programs. Topics include modern atomic theory and an introduction to the molecular basis of matter through the study of chemical principles and reactions. Lecture and laboratory are integrally related.
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This is an introduction to the chemistry of carbon compounds. The lecture emphasizes structure and bonding, reaction mechanisms, synthesis, stereochemistry, and applications to biological chemistry. The laboratory experiments illustrate the lecture topics. Prerequisite: CHE 118, or CHE 121, or departmental approval
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This course is a two-semester course sequence that introduces principles and concepts of general, organic and biological chemistry. The laboratory will provide experimental applications of these chemical topics. CHE 121-122- Two terms are required. They are liberal arts electives. They are recommended for students intending to transfer to bachelor degree Allied Health Science curricula. CHE 121-122 cannot be granted credit to fulfill degree requirements for Science (A.S.) and Engineering Science (A.S.). CHE 121-122 do not meet the science requirement for the Liberal Arts degree (A.A.).
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This course is a two-semester course sequence that introduces principles and concepts of general, organic and biological chemistry. The laboratory will provide experimental applications of these chemical topics. CHE 121-122 - terms are required. They are liberal arts electives. They are recommended for students intending to transfer to bachelor degree Allied Health Science curricula. CHE 121-122 cannot be granted credit to fulfill degree requirements for Science (A.S.) and Engineering Science (A.S.). CHE 121-122 do not meet the science requirement for the Liberal Arts degree (A.A.).
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This course is an introduction to the principles of biochemistry that studies the structure, function, energetics and metabolism of biomolecules. The laboratory emphasizes biochemical techniques. Prerequisite for CHE 120, CHE 122 or departmental approval
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This is a two-semester course sequence that involves the study of chemical principles including atomic and molecular theories, molecular structure, and reactivity. The laboratory will include experiments illustrating the chemical principles. CHE 201-202 two terms required. Required in A.S. (Science) and A.S. (Engineering Science). Fulfills science requirement for A.A. (Liberal Arts). Prerequisite for CHE 202 is CHE 201
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This is a two-semester course sequence that involves the study of chemical principles including atomic and molecular theories, molecular structure, and reactivity. The laboratory will include experiments illustrating the chemical principles. CHE 201-202 two terms required. Required in A.S. (Science) and A.S. (Engineering Science). Fulfills science requirement for A.A. (Liberal Arts). Prerequisite for CHE 202 is CHE 201
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This course discusses the principles of classical and instrumental techniques in analytical chemistry. Laboratory experiments include gravimetric, volumetric and instrumental methods of analysis.
Prerequisite: CHE 202 and MAT 206
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This two-semester course sequence is the study of the structure and properties of the fundamental classes of organic compounds with emphasis on reactivity, reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, electronic theory, and applications to allied fields. Two terms are required.
Prerequisite for CHE 230 is CHE 202 or 220
Prerequisite for CHE 240 is CHE 230
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This is a two-semester course sequence that involves the study of chemical principles including atomic and molecular theories, molecular structure, and reactivity. The laboratory will include experiments illustrating the chemical principles. CHE 201-202 two terms required. Required in A.S. (Science) and A.S. (Engineering Science). Fulfills science requirement for A.A. (Liberal Arts).
Prerequisite for CHE 202 is CHE 201
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