Courses: General Chemistry I (CHEMB103001)

Spring 2013

Class Number: 1080
For students with some background in chemistry. Sections usually have a maximum of 55 students. Topics include aqueous solutions and solubility; the electronic structure of atoms and molecules; chemical reactions and energy; intermolecular forces. Examples discussed in lecture and laboratory workshop include environmental sciences, material sciences and biological chemistry. Lecture three hours and Chemistry workshop three hours a week. The laboratory workshop period will be used for traditional chemical experimentation or related problem solving. The course may include individual conferences, evening problem or peer-led instruction sessions. Pre-requisites: Satisfactory performances on the Chemistry Placement Test and on the Quantitative Reasoning Assessment.
Div: IIL and Q; Approach: Scientific Investigation (SI), Quantitative Readiness Required (QR), Quantitative Methods (QM); Haverford: Natural Science and Quantitative (NA/QU)
Enrollment Limit: 24; Enrollment Criteria: Freshman; Sophomore;
Junior; Senior; Major/Minor/Concentration; Lottery; Instructor Permission;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1080 Div: IIL and Q; SI;QR;QM;

Department

Chemistry (Web site)

Taught By

White,Susan A.

Meeting Times

MWF 11:00am-12:00pm,T 0:00am-0:00am