Topics covered are the same as in CHEM 1 and 2, but discussed in greater detail and with a higher degree of mathematical rigor. Designed to provide a strong foundation for advanced courses in chemistry. For well-prepared students intending to be science majors. Some familiarity with elementary calculus concepts assumed. Three lectures, one seminar on frontiers in chemistry, one laboratory, one recitation. Only one of CHEM 1, 11, or 16 and one of CHEM 2 or 12 may be counted for credit.Recommendations: Score of at least 3 on the AP chemistry exam or permission of instructor; MATH 32 (formerly MATH 11). These courses may be taken concurrently.
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