Chemistry B

Chemistry B (2007 - 2008) - Chemistry B, the second of a two-semester course, focuses on chemical bonding, molecular geometry and symmetry, Lewis structures, valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory, and resonance structures. In addition, this course introduces thermochemistry, chemical kinetics, and elec­trochemistry. Along with concepts and definitions, calculation methodology for pH, pOH, and buffering are provided. Key concepts of organic chemistry, nuclear and environmental chemistry, biochemistry, and analyti­cal chemistry are explained. The course ends with a discussion of industrial processes, energy, and careers related to chemistry.