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CHEM 3510 - Environmental Chemistry

Credits: (4)
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Course Fee: $40.00
Course Fee Purpose: Fees for this course are used to defray the cost of chemicals and other expendable laboratory materials, as well as for the purchase, maintenance, and repair of laboratory equipment. To help minimize lab fees, students are expected to exercise careful use of chemicals, glassware, and laboratory equipment.
Description: CHEM 3510 focuses on the chemical processes that determine how matter moves through environmental systems. The course emphasizes chemical equilibrium, mass transport, and the relative timescales of chemical, physical, and biological processes in the environment. The lab portion of this course develops students’ benchtop chemistry and programming skills in the context of researching the fate of a chemical product in the environment. All laboratory data analysis and calculations will be carried out using the Python programming language.
 



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