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Chemistry 135  summer session II 2013

Get a head start, lighten your load in the fall and benefit from a small
class size.



What: Chem 135 (3 credits) is required of all Engineering
Majors. It is designed to
                           meet the needs of students enrolled or planning
to enroll in the
                           Clark School of Engineering.
  
 When: Summer Session II, July 8 - Aug 16, 2013 (enrollment
minimum of
                           16). Chem 135 is an intensive 6 week course
with full contact time
                           and rigor. The class meets daily for 80 minute
lectures and twice
                           per week for 80 minute problem-solving
Discussion Periods.
 Basic The nature and composition of matter, solutions, chemical
reactions, equilibria
 coverage: and electrochemistry, with applications to various fields of
engineering.

 Instructor: Professor J. M. Ondov, Dept. of Chemistry and
Biochemistry
[log in to unmask] ; 301-405-1859 (office)
  Syllabus: Available on request. Course material encompasses
chapters 1-16,
                           18, 20 of N. J. Tro, Chemistry. A Molecular
Approach, Custom
                         Edition for Univ of MD Chem 135; Prentice Hall,
2011.
Math: Perform dimensional analysis, simple derivations,
                        simultaneous equations, quadratic equations,
solutions by successive
  approximation, basic algebra and algebra of logarithms.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of precalculus.
Chem 136 lab: The companion laboratory course (1 credit) will be offered
with an enrollment
                                     of 20 or more.

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