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CHEM 1400

Chemistry in the Environment

Four semester hours. (SS)

A course designed for non-science majors interested in how chemistry impacts our day-to-day lives and the world around us. A variety of subjects, such as food preservatives, additives, cosmetics, energy alternatives, cleaning products, pesticides, pollution, and other everyday phenomenon may be covered from a basic chemical perspective. Fulfills the laboratory science core curriculum requirement. Can be used as preparation for CHEM 1311/1111 for those students with no prior chemistry background. Prerequisite: Cannot be taken after CHEM 1311/1111. Lab fee: $30.

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