AqChsyll11

AqChsyll11 - Syllabus for 254A, Aquatic Chemistry...

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Syllabus for 254A, Aquatic Chemistry Instructor: Jenny Ayla Jay Office: 5732H Boelter Hall, 267-5365 Lab: 7678 Boelter Hall, 267-4654 Cell: 310-866-2444 Office hours: Mondays 1-2, Tuesdays 10-11 and by appointment. Please do not hesitate to stop by or call anytime! You can call my cell to find out whether I am in the office, lab, or elsewhere. It is my great pleasure to welcome you to Aquatic Chemistry! This course will teach you fundamental chemistry concepts for understanding the behavior of inorganic species, such as carbonate, nutrients, and trace metals, in environmental aquatic systems. We will focus on equilibrium concepts, including acid-base reactions, complexation, precipitation/dissolution, oxidation/reduction, and sorption. You will learn to determine the equilibrium composition of a system given its initial conditions, and you will be able to predict how perturbations will affect the chemistry of the system. You will find that the skills you develop in this course are necessary for being
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