Experimental Chemistry OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Class by MIT on Experimental Chemistry

Published Feb 06, 2009

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Do you marvel at the more dramatic aspects of Chemistry? MIT offers a free, online OpenCourseWare version of 'Introduction to Experimental Chemistry.' This undergraduate-level class focuses on topics including solubility equilibria, laboratory data collection and data analysis. This class is ideal for any student interested in further studies in any scientific field.

Experimental Chemistry: Course Specifics

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Experimental Chemistry: Course Description

The 'Experimental Chemistry' OpenCourseWare serves as an introduction to the many features of chemical phenomena and should serve as a supplemental tool for those students who already have a strong background in the basics of Chemistry. The course emphasizes many experimental chemistry topics, including solubility equilibria and corrosion. Taught at MIT by Dr. Janet Schrenk, this undergraduate-level course forms part of the Bachelor of Science degree programs offered through the Department of Chemistry.

This course includes excellent laboratory manuals to accompany each experiment, as well as a list of suggested readings. To learn more, visit the chemical experimentation course page.

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