A review of the quantitative treatment of chemistry and chemical reactions. Topics include ways to express the absolute and relative amount of chemicals (grams, moles and concentration), balancing chemical reactions, mole-to-mole relationships, limiting reagents and theoretical yields. The course is composed of a series of self-paced modules. There are no class meetings. Prerequisite: high school chemistry or CHEM 100. May not be taken pass/fail.
|High school chemistry or CHEM 100||1/4 course, class only|
Fall Semester informationBryan Hanson
170A: Stoich Calculations
170B: Stoich Calculations