Chemistry 2 Lab (CHE4212L.01)

Janet Foley

Students will be introduced to new lab techniques and ways to measure progress of reactions. They will also devise their own questions and experiments. Kinetics (rates of reaction) provides information about how reactions work and, along with thermodynamics, provides the basis for evaluating the viability of a reaction. This concept will be explored particularly with respect to substitution reactions. Research articles will relate these ideas to current topics in the literature such as solar-enhanced fuels, rates of atmospheric reactions, and using chemistry for remediation.

 

Prerequisites: Chem 1 and lab.
Credits: 0
T 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 16
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