Melissa Silvia

Full Time Lecturer

Chemistry & Biochemistry

508-910-6909

508-999-9167

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Science & Engineering 302

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Physical and chemical principles pertaining to the structure of chemical species and the nature, extent, and rates of chemical reactions. The details of stoichiometry, energy changes associated with chemical reactions, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, and the phenomenon of chemical periodicity are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

Physical and chemical principles pertaining to the structure of chemical species and the nature, extent, and rates of chemical reactions. The details of stoichiometry, energy changes associated with chemical reactions, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, and the phenomenon of chemical periodicity are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

A continuation of CHM 151. The details of the behavior of solids, liquids, & gases, the types of intermolecular forces, colligative properties, gaseous equilibrium, aqueous equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, kinetics, and nuclear chemistry are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

A continuation of CHM 151. The details of the behavior of solids, liquids, & gases, the types of intermolecular forces, colligative properties, gaseous equilibrium, aqueous equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, kinetics, and nuclear chemistry are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

A continuation of CHM 151. The details of the behavior of solids, liquids, & gases, the types of intermolecular forces, colligative properties, gaseous equilibrium, aqueous equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, kinetics, and nuclear chemistry are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

A continuation of CHM 151. The details of the behavior of solids, liquids, & gases, the types of intermolecular forces, colligative properties, gaseous equilibrium, aqueous equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, kinetics, and nuclear chemistry are emphasized and discussed in light of modern scientific theories. For science and engineering majors. Non-honors sections are offered.

An introduction to chemical laboratory techniques and methods with emphasis on preparation, purification, and identification of compounds, elemental analysis, reaction stoichiometry, chemical ionization, thermochemistry, spectrophotometric techniques, and selective descriptive inorganic chemistry. Most experiments involve the identification of unknowns and statistical analysis of data. The experiments in CHM 163 parallel the topics covered in CHM 155. A written laboratory report summarizing the procedure and results for each experiment is required. Previously offered as CHM 165.

An introduction to chemical laboratory techniques and methods with emphasis on preparation, purification, and identification of compounds, elemental analysis, reaction stoichiometry, chemical ionization, thermochemistry, spectrophotometric techniques, and selective descriptive inorganic chemistry. Most experiments involve the identification of unknowns and statistical analysis of data. The experiments in CHM 163 parallel the topics covered in CHM 155. A written laboratory report summarizing the procedure and results for each experiment is required. Previously offered as CHM 165.

A continuation of CHM 163 with emphasis on molecular weight determination techniques, colligative properties, qualitative analysis, acid-base chemistry, properties of buffer solutions, chromatographic techniques, kinetics, solubility constant determination, and electrochemistry. Most experiments involve the identification of unknowns and statistical analysis of data. The experiments in CHM 164 parallel the topics covered in CHM 156. A written laboratory report summarizing the procedure and results for each experiment is required. Previously offered as CHM 166.

A continuation of CHM 163 with emphasis on molecular weight determination techniques, colligative properties, qualitative analysis, acid-base chemistry, properties of buffer solutions, chromatographic techniques, kinetics, solubility constant determination, and electrochemistry. Most experiments involve the identification of unknowns and statistical analysis of data. The experiments in CHM 164 parallel the topics covered in CHM 156. A written laboratory report summarizing the procedure and results for each experiment is required. Previously offered as CHM 166.

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