Instructors
Blauch, Hauser

Topics in chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, chromatography, and nuclear chemistry, with applications in biological, environmental, forensic, archaeological, and consumer chemistry. Laboratory experiments include qualitative and quantitative analyses using volumetric, electrochemical, chromatographic, and spectroscopic methods.

Satisfies the Natural Science requirement.
Counts as an Applied Environmental Science course in the Natural Science track of the Environmental Studies interdisciplinary major.

Prerequisites
Chemistry 115. One laboratory meeting per week. (Fall)

 

Class Details
Course CHE 220
Section B
CRN 20081
Time M W F
Time 1050 - 1140am
Building 243 WALL
Instructor David Blauch
Notes
Max 16
Current 0
Remaining 16
Semester Spring 2022