Chemistry of Everyday Life - CHEM 110 - A1
A lecture-based chemistry course for non-science majors which presents the chemistry of substances of our everyday world and discusses real-world societal issues that have important chemistry components. Environmentally relevant topics including the ozone layer and its depletion, global warming, and acid rain will be studied. The use of energy in our society in its various forms will be looked at from a chemical perspective. The importance and implications of using man-made materials and drugs will be discussed. A discussion of these topics will give students a fundamental background in chemistry, and allow them to better understand issues of relevance to our modern industrial society.
Campus:   Prince George
Schedule Type:  Lecture
Instructional Method: Face to Face
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