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    University of Hartford
  Feb 22, 2018
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

CH 114 - Principles of Chemistry I

4 credit(s)
Chemistry of solids, liquids, gases, and solutions; colligative properties, bonding theory, acids and bases, and chemical equilibria. Designed for students, such as nursing, health science, humanities, and social science majors, who desire or require a one-semester introduction to the principles of inorganic and physical chemistry. May be used to fulfill part of the general education distribution requirements in the natural sciences. The combination of CH 114 and CH 136  constitutes a one-year general survey of the major areas of chemistry. Not intended for majors in biology (B.S.), chemistry, engineering, or physics, or students planning to apply to a professional school in medical sciences (premedical, predental, etc.) No credit given to students who have received credit for CH 110  and/or CH 111  or equivalent. One three-hour laboratory in addition to the lecture.
Laboratory fee.

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