CHEM S-A Chemistry in Context
This course is an integrated introduction to general chemistry, taught in a contextual framework of social, environmental, technological, and health issues. It is intended for students with little to no background in chemistry, as well as those who desire to expand their basic understanding of chemistry. The topics covered include atomic structures and properties, stoichiometry, solutions, chemical bonding, energy, thermochemistry, nuclear chemistry, electrochemistry, polymers, chemical equilibrium, basic acids and bases, and drug design.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8:30-11:30 am
Science Center Hall E
Required sections Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-2:30pm. Required labs on Fridays to be arranged.
Start dateTuesday, June 26
No prior background in chemistry is required. Basic knowledge of algebra can be helpful.
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Sirinya Matchacheep, PhD.
Lecturer on Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Director of Instructional Laboratory Programs, Harvard University
Lu Wang, PhD.
Preceptor in Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University
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