Preparation for General Chemistry: For Science Majors
This introductory chemistry course focuses on developing problem-solving skills needed for success in CHEM 150. It emphasizes the application of the scientific method, modern ideas concerning atomic structure and chemical bonding, the periodic table and its relationship to chemical properties, principles of stoichiometry including chemical ratio calculations, chemical nomenclature, properties of the states of matter, and chemical reaction principles. The laboratory component of this course provides direct participation in experiments, demonstrations, learning activities and discussions related to fundamental concepts in chemistry. (Formerly CHEM 108) UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for CHEM 115/CHEM 115H or CHEM 140; No credit if taken after CHEM 150/CHEM 150H.
Course Number: 2211