CHEM 101 - Principles of Chemistry I
An introduction to chemistry for science majors and other students who require a thorough grounding in the principles of chemistry. Topics treated include the atomic-molecular theory of matter, stoichiometry, states of matter, chemical nomenclature, energetics of chemical and physical processes, solutions, periodic properties, VSEPR, molecular orbital theory and chemistry of familiar elements. Note: Credit may not be obtained for both CHEM 101 and CHEM 123 .
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Course ID: 52671
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Discussion, Lecture
Course Equivalents: CHEM 101H
Attributes: Science (non-lab) (GEP), Science
Requirement Group: You must complete MATH 106 or MATH106Y or MATH150 or MATH151 or MATH155 with a C or better or have AP credit for MATH150 or MATH151 or have a MATH placement score of 4 or 5.
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