CHEM 1000 - ♦Chemistry Problem Solving
Chemistry Problem Solving is specifically designed to teach students exactness, precision, and logic in the application of their basic mathematical skills to the analysis, set-up, and solution to problems encountered in college chemistry, physics, and engineering courses. Course topics include scientific measurement systems, notation, and unit conversions; dimensional analysis; chemical symbols; single-step problem analysis and solution; multi-step problem analysis and solutions; calculator and graphing applications to problems which involve exponents and logarithms; complex calculations which span multiple chemical laws and theories including physical properties, chemical stoichiometry, gases and liquids, thermochemistry, and the basic structure of matter.
Lecture Hours: 4
Semester: Fall, Spring, Summer
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: All Required Learning Support math modules
This course was formerly CHEM 1035.
Note: ♦ Course designed for transfer.
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