The application of
atomic structure, the periodic law, molecular structure and
bonding principles, electrochemical principles and other
selected models and concepts to theoretical and descriptive
inorganic chemistry. Physical and chemical properties of
selected elements and inorganic compounds are
Prerequisites: Chem 125, 140 B.
140B may be taken concurrently, however, students are
encouraged to complete 140B and 141 first.
Corequisite: Chem 110L.
Why Take This
Some benefits of taking Chemistry 110:
- It will lead to a BS in Chemistry at CSUS.
- The instructor is great!
- It will provide weekend and evening entertainment!
- And you might even learn some inorganic chemistry.
Students will need an electronic mail account
and computer access to the Web. All CSUS students enrolled
in one or more units can create a SacLink account for
electronic mail and Internet services. For further
information on SacLink check the UCCS documentation page at
Although a home computer with a high speed modem running
Netscape or Internet Explorer would be beneficial, students
can use the Web from one of the
Comfortable using the
computer and browsing the Web
386 running Windows 3.1, Windows NT, or Windows 95
or Macintosh compatible with System 7.1 or
8M RAM (preferably
14.4K or faster
Explorer or NetScape 2.0 (or higher)
SacLink or other
participation on the Web assignments and electronic
Discipline to complete homework assignments
by deadlines; motivation to read, write, and particpate
fully in class activities; and time to devote approximately
9 hours a week to a 3-credit course.
Londa Borer's Web
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