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This laboratory course is a continuation of CHE 105 and covers such topics as water pollution, soap making, synthesis of nylon, properties or hard water, and analysis of food and a simple organic synthesis. The student continues to develop laboratory report writing skills. One two-hour laboratory a week.

Prerequisites: CHE105
Co-requisites: CHE 104

Program: Chemistry

Credit: 1

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