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Many science degrees, from Biology to Physics, as well as Nursing, Pre-Med and Pre-Dental, accept General Chemistry I as one of their required courses. Often, it can fulfill a science requirement for non-science majors too, such as Liberal Arts.
In this General Chemistry course, you will explore the nature of matter: its components, stoichiometry, and intermolecular force and phase changes. You’ll analyze the properties of liquids, solids, and gasses. Having gained an understanding of these basics, you will examine solubility, the colligative properties of solutions, chemical reactions, quantum theory and atomic structure, and chemical periodicity. But that’s not all: you will also study the laws of thermodynamics, the concepts of entropy, and even radioactive decay and the use of radioisotopes.
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