This course is a laboratory-centered course for non- majors in which elements of scientific methodology are investigated through common laboratory experiences and diverse themes. Topics might include: chemistry in literature, chemistry and the brain, the chemical elements, toxicology, environmental chemistry, pharmacology for non-majors, history of chemistry, or chemistry and health. The topics vary from semester to semester depending on the instructor. The laboratory component includes classification schemes, translating qualitative ideas into data and showing relations by graphing, relating graphs to mathematical equations, calibration and assessment of instrumental measurements, assessing models, sampling, decision making, estimation, and putting experiments into context.
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