### CHEM 1110 R36 Class Dates & Times

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### Course Description

A study of fundamental principles of chemistry, such as mathematical calculations of chemical relationships, atomic structure, periodic relationships, molecular structure, bonding, and the chemistry of oxygen, hydrogen, and water, Kinetic Molecular Theory, physical states of matter, solution chemistry, electrolytes and collegative properties. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (Prerequisite: 2 years of high school algebra with appropriate score of 21 or above on the ACT MATH portion OR MATH 1000, Algebra Essentials. If you did not have a chemistry course in high school it is STRONGLY advised that you take the CHEM 1000 course first.) Each student is assessed a lab fee for this course. F, Sp

Roane State General Education course approved and designed for transfer. (TTP course)

##### Effective 2024 Fall Semester, the following will be changing for CHEM 1110:

The course description is changing to: A study of fundamental principles of chemistry, such as mathematical calculations of chemical relationships, atomic structure, periodic relationships, molecular structure, bonding, and the chemistry of oxygen, hydrogen, and water, Kinetic Molecular Theory, physical states of matter, solution chemistry, electrolytes and colligative properties. 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory

Prerequisite: Completion of Reading Learning Support, if required; Pre or Co-requisite: Math 1130 College Algebra or higher college level math OR minimum ACT Math score of 21.

Each student is assessed a lab fee for this course. F, Sp

Roane State General Education course approved and designed for transfer. (TTP course)

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