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Spring 2015-2016
* CHM 333 / ENV 333 / GEO 333 (STN)   No Pass/D/Fail

Oil to Ozone: Chemistry of the Environment

François Morel
Anne M. Morel-Kraepiel

The chemical background of environmental issues. Topics include energy and fuels, global change, ozone, air pollution, chemistry of natural waters, pesticides, and heavy metals.

Sample reading list:
T.G. Spiro, K.L. Purvis-Roberts, W.M. Stigliani, Chemistry of the Environment
David Archer ISBN-13: 978-0470943410, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast

Reading/Writing assignments:
Approximately 40 pages of reading per week; 5 homeworks; midterm; final examination

Mid Term Exam - 15%
Final Exam - 30%
Class/Precept Participation - 20%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Other (See Instructor) - 15%

Other Requirements:
Not Open to First Year Undergraduates.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
CHM 202 or CHM 204 or equivalent. (Consult instructor.).

Other information:
In-class debates are 15% of the grade.


Schedule/Classroom assignment:

Class numberSectionTimeDaysRoomEnrollmentStatus
40612 L01 01:30:00 pm - 02:50:00 pm T Th   Lewis Library   121   Enrolled:20 Limit:25
40611 C01 07:30:00 pm - 08:20:00 pm W   Lewis Library   306   Enrolled:6 Limit:15
40613 C02 10:00:00 am - 10:50:00 am Th   McDonnell Hall   104   Enrolled:14 Limit:21