Blauch, Hauser, Striplin
Topics in chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry, with applications in biological, environmental, forensic, archaeological, and consumer chemistry. Laboratory experiments include qualitative and quantitative analyses using volumetric, electrochemical, and spectroscopic methods.
Students entering 2012 and later: satisfies the Natural Science distribution requirement.
Students entering before 2012: satisfies the laboratory course in the Natural Science distribution requirement.
Chemistry 115. One laboratory meeting per week. (Fall and Spring)