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Introduction to Chemistry for Environmental and Agricultural Professionals

Introduction to Chemistry for Environmental and Agricultural Professionals

Course Number: CHEM X401

3 units

A general introduction to inorganic and organic chemistry with emphasis on the states of matter, atomic structure, radioactivity, nature of bonding, relationship of bonding to chemical reactivity, reaction types, energy, reaction rates, chemical characteristics of selected series of elements and compounds, and natural products. Illustration through laboratory demonstrations of chemical and physical properties. Includes a review of mathematical concepts. Designed for persons with technical responsibilities in environmental management or agriculture who either lack a background or need a refresher in chemistry.

Available Sections

Starting Sep 24

182CPR004

Starting Sep 24
182CPR004

Course Fees

$545

Instructor

Diana Jimenez [ bio ]

close [x] Diana Jimenez, M.Ed., Teacher, Perris Union High School District

Schedule:

Begins:
Sep 24 - Nov 30, 2018

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Chemistry for Changing Times"
John W. Hill, Terry W McCreary
ISBN: 978-0321972026

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 182CPR004

Dates: Sep 24 - Nov 30, 2018

Instructor: Diana Jimenez

Textbook: Mandatory
"Chemistry for Changing Times"
John W. Hill, Terry W McCreary
ISBN: 978-0321972026

Location: Online Course

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