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    Cornell College
  Feb 20, 2018
2017-2018 Academic Catalogue

ENV 202 - The Chemistry of Natural Waters (1)

This course introduces some of the fundamental concepts used for understanding the chemical processes occurring in the environment. Topics covered will include: chemical bonding and structure; cycling of chemical substances and elements in the atmosphere, oceans, and soils; the chemistry of atmospheric and water pollution; chemical analysis of environmental samples. This course cannot be used to satisfy course requirements in the chemistry major. Offered as an off-campus course in alternate years which incurs additional costs. Prerequisite: ENV 101  or any science credit.
(Laboratory Science)