Chemistry 1105


Credits: 3 Prerequisite: Chem 1104


Chemistry continues to be a pivotal science. It is as important as a
discipline as it is in the service function it provides to other fields of study
such as engineering, biology, medicine, nursing, food sciences,
pharmacy, oceanography and environmental science. A course in
chemistry is also of great value to the student intending to pursue studies
in law, business administration, political science, psychology, and many
other programs, for it provides an understanding of the scientific method,
and of the chemical basis of today’s world.


Topics include: Organic naming, reactions, stereochemistry, rates of reaction, 

reaction, equilibrium, acid-base reactions, electrolytes and voltaic

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Course Outline

Archive of Tests and Problem Sets

Lab Grade Policy

How to Pass Chemistry

Table of Acid and Base Dissociation Constants

Standard Reduction Potentials

Movies and Animations

Periodic Table of the Elements

CBU Inclement Weather Policy and Class Cancellation