About Chemistry 332/Environmental Science 332, Environmental Chemistry

Course Description

This course explores the chemistry of the environment, the chemistry underlying environmental problems and solutions to environmental problems. Emphasis is placed on thermodynamics and kinetics of reaction cycles; sources, sinks and transport of chemical species; and quantitation of chemical species. Examples are selected from the chemistry of natural and contaminated air, water, and soil. Prerequisites: CHEM 255/257; MATH 142 or MATH 133. 3 Semester Hours.

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This page contains lecture materials, answers to problem sets, handouts, spreadsheets, mathcad documents and WWW links for Chemistry 332/Environmental Science 332 (Environmental Chemistry) at Widener University. Many of these files require helper applications. These are already installed in the student laboratories at Widener. Others must install these helper applications to make full use of this site.

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