Chemistry 303

Chemistry 303 CH 303
Introductory Environmental Chemistry 3 (3-0-0-0)

An introductory course in the chemistry of environment. The chemical nature of environmental processes are examined with a major focus on atmospheric and aquatic chemistry, urban pollution, climate change, and acid rain. In addition, the use and environmental fate of heavy metals, chlorinated organic chemicals, and pesticides are discussed.

Note: CH 213, CH 263, and CH 271 are all recommended as prerequisites.

Credit Restriction: Credit may be obtained for only one of Chemistry 303 or Chemistry 493

Prerequisites: Chemistry 211 [C- minimum grade required] and Chemistry 261 [C- minimum grade required] and 2nd year standing required
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