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Discontinued Courses

This is a list of discontinued courses to facilitate course credit, documentation and exchanges for universites and non-traditional students.  

(Discontinued) Chemistry 1024A/B - Chemistry for Engineers 

This course provides a basic understanding of the following topics: gas laws; chemical equilibrium; acid-base equilibria; thermodynamics and thermochemistry; chemical kinetics; electrochemistry. Restricted to students in Engineering and Geophysics programs.
Antirequisite(s): Chemistry 1100A/B and Chemistry 1200B or the former Chemistry 1050.
Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 U (SCH4U) Chemistry.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours, 0.5 credit
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(Discontinued) Chemistry 1100 - Discovering Chemistry I

The course is intended to provide students with a fundamental understanding of atomic structure, chemical bonding, gases, and thermodynamics. In addition, there will be emphasis on the development of critical-thinking, problem-solving, analytical, and quantitative-reasoning skills; these “soft skills” are essential to success in not just chemistry but also in other courses and many occupations.
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(Discontinued) Chemistry 1200 - Discovering Chemistry II

The course is intended to provide students with a fundamental understanding of chemistry. In addition, there will be emphasis on the development of critical-thinking, problem-solving, analytical, and quantitative-reasoning skills; these “soft skills” are essential to success in not just chemistry but also in other courses and many occupations.
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(Discontinued) Chemistry 4466B - The Evolution of Chemical Thought

An introduction to the history of chemical concepts, with emphasis on the formulation of specific concepts and their evolution through to the modern era.
Prerequisite(s): Chemistry 3371F and 3373F.
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