CHEM 4780 Environmental Chemistry
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CHEM 78.
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3 hours lecture; 3 credits
Principles of chemistry applied to problems of the environment. Sources, reactions, effects of chemical species on the environment. General and specific problems of analysis, interpretation of results, and pollution control. Methods and impact of energy production.
Prerequisite: Chemistry 3410  or 3415W [41W]; Chemistry 3520  or both 3521 and 3522.
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