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Course Overview

This is the first laboratory course of a two-laboratory course sequence, focusing on applications of the basic quantitative methods of chemical analysis in the laboratory. The course focuses on basis analytical tools, such as measurements, analysis of experimental errors, quality assurance, gravimetric methods and volumetric analysis. Two three-hour laboratory sessions per week.

Prerequisites: CHE 108, 110; or GSR 104, MAT 102 or 130
Co-requisite: CHE 307

Program: Chemistry

Credit: 2

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