MED 10200 Principles of General Chemistry
This is intermediate course, which includes most of the topics covered in a traditional pre-med General Chemistry course but delves more deeply into concepts and principles that will appear in the students' medical career. These involve acid-base behavior, some aspects of thermodynamics, and selected properties of liquids, gases, and solutions among others. Many of the principles and concepts taught are applied to biological systems. Mathematical techniques needed to understand the principles of chemistry are integrated into the course of elementary are integrated into the course and elementary physics concepts are reviewed.
Credits: 5; Hours: 7
Prerequisite: High School algebra, geometry, trigonometry and chemistry; physics recommended