A continuation of CHE 105. Four major topics are covered: kinetics, equilibrium, spontaneity and entropy, and an introduction to inorganic chemistry. Within these topics, acidbase (proton transfer equilibrium) chemistry, electrochemistry (electron transfer equilibrium) and solubility (solid-ion equilibrium) are discussed. The introduction to inorganic chemistry includes descriptive chemistry on metals and nonmetals, coordination chemistry, nuclear chemistry and environmental chemistry. The laboratory program is concerned with quantitative analysis with an introduction to the use of chemical instrumentation. Facility with algebra is assumed. Three hours lecture, four hours laboratory and one hour recitation per week. Prerequisite: CHE 105
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