CHM 115 - Inorganic & Organic Chemistry
Reviews inorganic topics such as the periodic table, atomic structure, bonding, formulas, chemical equations, solutions, and acids and bases. Organic chemistry topics covered are hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenyls, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, and amino acids. Structure, nomenclature and reactions of the classes of organic compounds are emphasized. Laboratory work covers and reinforces concepts such as physical and chemical properties, stoichiometry, acid-base titration, reactions of various classes of organic compounds, specific tests for those classes, and analytical techniques both on the macrom and microscale levels. Students retaking this or equivalent course must repeat both lab and lecture.
Prerequisites: CHM 095 or CHM 105 , or CHM 111 with a C or better or one year of high school chemistry with lab with a C or better within the last 3 years. Please refer to Chapter 2 - Academic College Policy, 3358:11-2-06 Assessment Program for entering students.
Credits: 4(Lec: 3 Lab: 3)
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