Chemistry Applications (year-long) is designed to help students understand the chemistry behind some important societal issues. Information is presented in an integrated approach with science as inquiry, science and technology, science and social perspectives, and the history and nature of science. It reviews physical and chemical properties of matter, classifications of matter, and basic atomic structure. This course delves deeper into understanding how to use the periodic table to predict reactions, how elements form compounds, and how compounds interact with each other in chemical reactions.
Course Note: This course satisfies the Science (1 credit-Chemistry of 3 credits) graduation requirement.