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CHEM0270

Environmental Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry
In this course we will investigate fundamental physical and chemical processes within soils, natural waters, and the atmosphere that affect the fate and transport of contaminants. Processes to be studied include dissolution, volatilization, sorption, and transformation reactions. Laboratory experiments will explore laboratory, field, and computational methods for pollution monitoring, contaminant characterization, and prediction of pollution fate and transport. (CHEM 0104 or CHEM 0107) 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs lab
Subject:
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Department:
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI
Equivalent Courses:
ENVS0270

Sections

Spring 2015

CHEM0270A-S15 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S15 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2014

CHEM0270A-S14 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S14 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2013

CHEM0270A-S13 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S13 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2012

CHEM0270A-S12 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S12 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2011

CHEM0270A-S11 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S11 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2010

CHEM0270A-S10 Lecture (Larrabee)
CHEM0270Z-S10 Lab (Larrabee)

Spring 2009

CHEM0270A-S09 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S09 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2008

CHEM0270A-S08 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S08 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)

Spring 2007

CHEM0270A-S07 Lecture (Costanza-Robinson)
CHEM0270Z-S07 Lab (Costanza-Robinson)