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CHEM 2046 chemistry 2

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    Gower, KEAFFABER, Martin, Veige, LENT, Horvath, TOTH, Gower,GeorgeJeffrey, Korolev, Maria
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    Aug 09, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Chemistry II provides explanations for many basic properties of how everything around us interacts and works. It is a very interesting course because its applications and topics can be seen in action in the world around us. For anyone who appreciates learning how things work and better understanding what makes up our world, this class is a great intro and segue into more specific classes that go more in depth.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of the course were learning the concepts themselves. You learn about energy, bonding, and interactions. These three concepts serve as a basis for pretty much the entire world around us, from the molecular level to nuclear energy. The chemistry II course is also great for providing a basic understanding of these complex concepts to fuel interests in them.

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    6-8 hours

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    Sign up for Study Edge and go to class. Study Edge provides in depth explanations for the course work and serves as a supplement to the course itself. Going to class is necessary because some professors have clicker questions that are part of the grade, and the professor will tell you what to expect on the exam by providing questions in class similar to those on the exams.

    • Spring 2017
    • Korolev, Maria
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