Listed in: Chemistry, as CHEM-151
Formerly listed as: CHEM-11
Richmond J. Ampiah-Bonney (Section 01)
Sandra Burkett (Section 01)
Joseph N. Kushick (Section 01)
This course examines the structure of matter from both a microscopic and macroscopic viewpoint. We begin with a detailed discussion of the physical structure of atoms, followed by an analysis of how the interactions between atoms lead to the formation of molecules. The relationship between the structures of molecular compounds and their properties is then described. Experiments in the laboratory provide experience in conducting quantitative chemical measurements and illustrate principles discussed in the lectures.
Although this course has no prerequisites, students with a limited background in secondary school science should confer with one of the CHEM 151 instructors before registration. Each laboratory section is limited to 24 students. In the fall, sufficient sections will be added to meet total enrollment. The spring semester is limited to two laboratory sections. Four class hours and three hours of laboratory per week.
Limited to 48 students. Fall semester: Professors Burkett and Kushick. Spring semester: Professor O'Hara and Postdoctoral Fellow Hebda.