chm110 | undergraduate
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Fundamentals of Chemistry
- Demonstrate problem solving for unit conversion and equation manipulation.
- Describe the periodic nature and properties of atoms and elements.
- Explain the importance of chemistry in our lives and in society.
Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Reactions
- Describe the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.
- Classify chemical reactions.
- Apply stoichiometry to chemical reactions.
Intermolecular Forces and Phases of Matter
- Describe the process of chemical bonding.
- Explain the behavior and properties of gases.
- Identify intermolecular forces and properties of liquids and solids.
Solutions, Chemical Equilibrium, and Electron Transfer
- Analyze the characteristics of solutions.
- Identify the relationships between reaction rates and chemical equilibrium.
- Identify the properties of acids and bases.
- Describe the transfer of electrons in oxidation-reduction reactions.
Applications of Chemistry
- Describe the internal structure of the atomic nucleus and radioactive decay.
- Identify uses of radioactivity and radioisotopes.
- Describe the fundamentals of organic and biological chemistry.
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