CHM 130: Chemistry and the Envirn
General Education requirement: Natural Science Technology
Available to anyone in the university, this course provides substantial treatment, with demonstrations, of the chemistry involved in consumer concerns (food additives, medicines, detergents, etc.), air and water pollution, elementary biochemistry, and the general question of power generation and utilization (fuel cells, solar energy conversion, nuclear energy, etc.). No knowledge of chemistry is assumed, but it is hoped the student will have had high school chemistry or its equivalent.
Section 2101: Undergraduate Lecture
Location: Liberal Arts 112
Section 01: Undergraduate Lecture