Introduction to Chemistry - CHEM 1001

Students are introduced to the basic principles that form the foundation on which higher chemistry courses are built. This course covers fundamental chemistry concepts such as atomic theory, bonding models, periodicity of elements, and stoichiometry, as well as the nomenclature used in organic and inorganic chemistry. Energy changes associated with chemical transformations are discussed. Pre-requisite: Chemistry 30.

Note: Restricted to Arts & Sciences, Therapeutic Rec & Open Studies

Students are introduced to the basic principles that form the foundation on which higher chemistry courses are built. This course covers fundamental chemistry concepts such as atomic theory, bonding models, periodicity of elements, and stoichiometry, as well as the nomenclature used in organic and inorganic chemistry. Energy changes associated with chemical transformations are discussed. Pre-requisite: Chemistry 30.

Note: Restricted to Arts & Sciences, Social Work, Therapeutic Rec & Open Studies


Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies

Edmonton

Fall Aug 29 - Dec 16, 2022 Tue: 12:30 - 03:30 pm
41615 A01 No

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