CHEM 1030 - Fundamentals of Chemistry
  SPRING 2014
A one semester introductory course designed to provide a broad overview of chemical principles including measurements, atomic theory and bonding, chemical symbols, formulas and equations, inorganic and organic compounds, acid-base theory, and the biochemical highlights of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and metabolism.  PREREQUISITES:  One year of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score or DSPM 0800; placement beyond developmental reading and writing.  COREQUISITE:MATH 1005 (1000). Three lecture, two laboratory hours per week.
  Course Syllabus     Course Outcomes
  Lecture Outline for the sections below
    • CHEM 1030 - 001      SNELLING
    • CHEM 1030 - 002      WILLIAMS
    • CHEM 1030 - 003      SNELLING
    • CHEM 1030 - 004      WILLIAMS
    • CHEM 1030 - 501      FORTENBERRY
    • CHEM 1030 - 502      FORTENBERRY
    • CHEM 1030 - 552      ROBERSON
    • CHEM 1030 - C01     EKMAN
    • CHEM 1030 - C02     EKMAN

Learning Support

      Mastering Chemistry - Online Homework
     Tutorials - Quizzes - Reviews - PPT Notes

Supplemental Instruction - SI

SMARTHINKING

Math/Science Lab




    

     (Updated 01/15/2014 by P.F. Powers)