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Laboratory application of principles of quantitative analysis and experience with sample preparations, titrations, and instrumental methods of analysis. Use of reaction chemistry, separations, and spectrophotometry in determinations. Introduction to quality control. (Fall)

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): CHEM 1190 and CHEM 1194 with a grade of C- or better or equivalent. CHEM 2400 to be taken concurrently.

Chemistry Minor

All chemistry courses counted toward a minor must be taken from classes approved for chemistry majors.  In addition to General Chemistry I and II, students must take 10 additional hours of upper-level chemistry courses from the following:  CHEM 2250 , CHEM 2260 , CHEM 2274 , CHEM 2400 , CHEM 2404 , and all 3000-4000 level chemistry courses that count toward a chemistry major