Introduction to Chemistry II

This course emphasizes the importance of chemical equilibrium as it applies to gases, acids and bases, solubility and precipitation reactions, and complex ion formation. Also studied are kinetics (rates of reactions, differential and integrated rate laws, the Arrhenius equation), catalysts, thermodynamics (spontaneity, entropy, free energy), and electrochemistry (balancing redox reactions, and calculating standard and non-standard cell potentials), with emphasis on some practical applications related to batteries, corrosion, and industrial processes.

Note: Prerequisite CHEM 1001 Restricted to Arts & Sciences, Social Work, Therapeutic Rec & Open Studies

This course emphasizes the importance of chemical equilibrium as it applies to gases, acids and bases, solubility and precipitation reactions, and complex ion formation. Also studied are kinetics (rates of reactions, differential and integrated rate laws, the Arrhenius equation), catalysts, thermodynamics (spontaneity, entropy, free energy), and electrochemistry (balancing redox reactions, and calculating standard and non-standard cell potentials), with emphasis on some practical applications related to batteries, corrosion, and industrial processes.

Note: Prerequisite CHEM 1001 Restricted to Arts & Sciences, Therapeutic Rec & Open Studies


Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies

Edmonton

Winter Jan 9 - Apr 28, 2023 Tue: 12:30 - 03:30 pm
11633 A01 No

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