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Christina McCool Breadth Reflection Biology In the spring semester of 2018, I was enrolled into Chemistry 111 with professor Crisanti and Dr. Madison for lab. As per the syllabus, The core topics which are addressed in the second semester of General Chemistry include the following: intermolecular forces, properties of liquids and solids, physical properties of solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases, solubility equilibria, thermodynamics, redox reactions, and electrochemistry. During this semester the development of problem-solving strategies and skills will be emphasized. You will also have the opportunity to study and explore many of these topics in the associated laboratory course, CH 111L . The course was on track and completely mastered those ideas listed above. The course objectives were also covered. We were then tested on the material and practiced it in lab. In class, we covered all material mentioned in the syllabus and then tested on it. This course
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