Introductory Chemistry II (Winter, Spring; Staff).A continuation of CHM-101, focusing on thermodynamics, chemical kinetics,
chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, electrochemistry, and an introduction to organic chemistry. As in Chemistry 101, the chemistry concepts are set
within the context of relevant applications, including polymers and biomolecules, fuels, and alternative energy. Three lab hours each week. Prerequisite:
Chemistry 101 or placement via the placement exam. Not open to students who have taken CHM-110.