This is the second semester course in the general chemistry sequence for science majors.

The course content includes kinetics, equilibrium chemistry, acid-base chemistry, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemical cell chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, and chemical analysis methods.

Starting in the Spring of 2014, the chemistry department will be offering these lecture courses utilizing two different methods.  One method involves face-to-face lectures, twice a week.  The other method involves face-to-face lectures once a week, and an online component (hybrid delivery).  The instructors for the hybrid courses will clearly establish their expectations during the first class meeting and on their syllabi.

The prerequisite for this course is CHEM A105 with a minimum grade of C. This prerequisite is strictly enforced.

CHEM A106L is the laboratory component of this course and requires a separate registration. It is advisable to take the lecture and laboratory components during the same semester.