CHEM112 - General Chemistry II
Credit Hours: 4.0
Topics include solids, liquids, gases, colligative properties, kinetics, gaseous equilibria, nuclear chemistry, weak electrolyte equilibria, solubility equilibria, entropy, free energy, and electrochemistry. The first half of the lab course emphasizes qualitative and quantitative analysis techniques to expand the student's knowledge of oxidation-reduction, gravimetric analysis, colligative properties, reaction rates, electrochemistry, chemical equilibrium and electrolytes. The second half of the lab course focuses on the chemical and physical techniques to identify unknown substances. Designed to accompany the lecture, this laboratory enhances the student's understanding of the lecture topics and teaches basic chemical laboratory techniques. Prerequisite: CHEM111. NM Common Course Number: CHEM1224.