Courses and Programs

Chemistry for Fall 2017

Chemistry in Everyday Life

CRN: 62493
Instructor(s): Rayner-Canham, Geoffrey ; Wheeler, Deborah Anne

is a course that shows the relevance of chemistry in our daily lives. Following an introduction to atomic structure and chemical bonding, the course will focus on some of the following topics: organic chemistry and fuels; redox processes and batteries; acids, bases, and household cleaners; phases and detergents; the chemical components of foods; polymers and plastics; toiletries, and pharmaceuticals. UL: may not be used as one of the required courses towards a Minor, Major, or Honours in any science degree program

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.

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