Chemistry 121

 

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Welcome to Chemistry 121.

City Colleges Course Catalog Description

CHEMISTRY 073 0121 - Basic Chemistry I

Principles of general inorganic chemistry, including properties of matter, dimensional analysis, fundamentals of stoichiometry, interpretation of the periodic table, nomenclature and introduction to solution chemistry and commonly used concentration units. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course. Prerequisites: Eligibility for Mathematics 118 or higher. 2 lecture hours and 4 lab hours per week based on sixteen weeks. Credit Hours: 4

Students the Course is Expected to Serve

Chemistry 121 is designed mainly for students who have not had high school chemistry in the last few years and who do not have the necessary mathematics preparation or familiarity with the periodic table to take Chemistry 201 - General Chemistry I. Students who plan to apply for the Associate Degree Nursing Program and student who wish to improve their science background compose the majority of students in this course. It also counts as 4 credit hours of laboratory science in the physical sciences when applied towards the science requirement in the general education core.

Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI)

Note: Chemistry 121 has an IAI code of P1 902L. You can learn more about IAI by visiting iTransfer.

Instructor

Joy WalkerProf Joy Walker

Hiking in the Andes

Currently I'm an adjunct professor at Wright College, City Colleges of Chicago. I also teach English as a Foreign Language at Education First in Chicago. I've been teaching for over 35 years. I love to learn and share my enthusiam for learning. I have many interests. I enjoy learning about science, gardening, cooking and baking, linguistics and languages, drawing and painting, and literature. I believe we learn best when we are curious, excited, interested and engaged in our own learning processes.

Office Hours for Wright College
Tuesday and Thursday: 11:15 to 12:00

Office Room: L385

Favorite Molecule

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Caffeine has the molecular formula C8H10N4O2 and acts as a stimulant in humans. It is found in many beverages such as coffee, tea, cola and energy drinks. The name comes from the Italian term for coffee, caffè. Read what Wikipedia has to say about caffeine.

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