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Lab Manuals

Below are the lab experiments for some of the chemistry courses offered. The experiments listed are in no particular order. Your professor may give you lab hand outs that are not included. Always refer to your course syllabus for experiment names and order.

 Chemistry of Our Environment

This course is an introductory, entry-level course in chemistry for non-science majors, with emphasis on every day, practical applications. The course covers basic chemistry principles, which are then applied to contemporary issues. Use of mathematics is minimized as much as possible. The laboratory assignments demonstrate topics discussed in class. Note: this course is a prerequisite for CHEM-1060 and is recommended as a Science elective in the Liberal Arts or General Studies program. (Prerequisite: MATH 0600 or higher with a grade of "C" or better or ACCUPLACER testing out of MATH 0600 Lecture: 3 hours, Lab: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): LABS: Meets Lab Science Requirement and MSCI: Mathematics and Science

General Chemistry 1030

Principles of chemistry dealing with the structure of matter, periodic system, chemical bonding, formulas and equations are studies in this course. Laboratory work provides an opportunity to see the applications of these chemical principles. Note: This course is for students who plan to pursue further studies in science, pharmacy or engineering. (Prerequisite: CHEM 1020 or placement exam.) Lecture: 3 hours, Recitation: 1 hour, Lab: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): LABS: Meets Lab Science Requirement and MSCI: Mathematics and Science