Chem 201: Environmental Chemistry I
CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY
Agricultural chemicals, water pollution, essential foods, processed foods, food additives, drugs. Not open to students who have taken first-year chemistry. Not applicable to a major or minor in chemistry. Not acceptable for certification in chemistry of secondary school teachers. When taken in conjunction with Chem 113, satisfies science requirements of the core curriculum. May not be used for major or minor credit.
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