CHEM 203L Environmental Chemistry Laboratory

Introduces the techniques and instruments used to study chemical compounds in the environment. An emphasis will be on methodologies relevant to today's environmental scientist. Topics include methods for determining oxygen demand in natural and wastewaters, inorganic and organic profiles of soil and sediments, trace metals in water and soil, levels of environmental hydrocarbons, and sampling for air particulates.

Credits

1 credit

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in CHEM 116 and CHEM 116L

Corequisite

CHEM 203

Offered

Fall, as needed

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