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CHEM135 General Chemistry for Engineers (Credits: 3)
Prerequisite: Completed or be concurrently enrolled in MATH115.
The nature and composition of matter, solutions, chemical reactions,
equilibria, and electrochemistry, with applications to various fields of
engineering.
 

CHEM136 General Chemistry Laboratory for Engineers  (1 credit)
Prerequisite: Completed or be concurrently enrolled in CHEM135.
The laboratory course includes 11 experiments covering concepts and
practical skills:
-	Volume and mass measurements; basic operations involving chemical
glassware and analytical balance; safety in a chemistry laboratory
-	Periodic properties of main group elements; identifying signs of a
chemical reaction and recording observations on a chemical process
-	Stoichiometry, concentration, percent yield, limiting reagent;
volumetric techniques
-	Heats of reaction; measuring and controlling temperature
-	Organic polymers, synthesis nylon 66; material testing techniques
-	Empirical formula; inorganic analysis methods
-	Reaction rates; solution kinetics techniques
-	Chemical equilibrium; manipulating chemical process yield
-	Electrochemical cells and electrolysis; current and voltage measurements
	
-	Ionization constant of a weak acid; operating a pH meter 

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