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General, Organic & Biological Chemistry

Credits: 5Catalog #20806201

This course covers a broad range of topics suitable for many allied-health fields. Topics covered during the general chemistry portion of the course include measurement, problem solving, periodic table, chemical reactions, radioactivity, gases, solutions and acid-base behaviors. The organic chemistry portion introduces the structure and chemical behavior of major types of organic molecules. Also introduces the structure and function of major biological molecules such as carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Although suitable for many programs, this course will generally not substitute for College Chemistry 1 if a program specifically requires that course or its equivalent.

Enrollment Requirements: Prereq: min. grade C in 10834110 or 10804107 or COMPASS score Algebra 30+ AND 10806134 or 10806102, or 1 yr of high school Chem with min. grade of C within last 5 years and COMPASS Reading 80-99 or ASSET Reading 42-53 or min. grade C in College Reading

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