CHEM-020 Environmental Chemistry
Offered academic year 2008-2009
Faculty:
Introduction to the chemistry of the environment. Topics will include acid rain, global warming, greenhouse effect, ozone layer, photochemical smog, pesticides, eutrophication, and nuclear power. Related ground, air, and water pollution issues as well as pollution abatement measures will also be discussed. No background in chemistry is assumed; the relevant concepts will be developed as needed. Spring.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

Sections:

CHEM-020-01 Environmental Chemistry
Spring for 2017-2018
Faculty:
Introduction to the chemistry of the environment. Topics will include acid rain, global warming, greenhouse effect, ozone layer, photochemical smog, pesticides, eutrophication, and nuclear power. Related ground, air, and water pollution issues as well as pollution abatement measures will also be discussed. No background in chemistry is assumed; the relevant concepts will be developed as needed. Spring.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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