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CHEM131: Chemistry I - Fundamentals of General Chemistry

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CHEM131 is the first course in a four-semester sequence for students in the Life Sciences. Topics include the Periodic Table, inorganic substances, ionic and covalent bonding, bulk properties of materials, chemical equilibrium, and quantitative chemistry. Course is accompanied by a laboratory component (CHEM132).

 

Course Websites (includes syllabi, lectures, and instructional videos):

http://www2.chem.umd.edu/Courses/claroline/document/document.php?cmd=exChDir&file=

http://www2.chem.umd.edu/Courses/Podcasts/131_132/

 

Syllabi:

Syllabus 1

 

Previous Exam Study Guides

 

Current/Former Instructors:

Alice Mignerey

John Ondov

Bryan Eichhorn

Bonnie Dixon

Daniel Steffek?

John Tossel?

Andrei Vedernikov?

William Walters?

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