CHEM 160 (4 credits)
General Chemistry II will continue in the examination of the basic principles of chemistry. It will include: kinetic theory, intermolecular forces, and selected solution properties; chemical kinetics; simple chemical equilibrium; chemical equilibrium applied to acids, bases, salts, and solubility; theories and applications of acids and bases; thermodynamics; electrochemistry; and selected special topics, (time permitting). The course places significantly more emphasis on algebraic and logarithmic manipulations than CHEM 105. There is a lab involved. Prerequisite: CHEM 105 required; MATH 110 not required but strongly recommended.