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Chemistry for science majors

This is a two-semester introductory college Chemistry course for science majors (CHEM 105 and 106 at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana). The topics for Exams 1-3 are covered in CHEM 105 at Nicholls.  The rest are covered in CHEM 106.   Videos of lectures, by Dr. Glenn V. Lo (professor of Chemistry), as well as other resources, are in the Internet Resources section for each topic.   Most of the CHEM 105 lectures were delivered via webconferencing to dual-enrolled early-start-eligible high school students in Morgan City High School (Spring Semester 2013) . CHEM 106 lectures were delivered live to a summer 2013 class at Nicholls.  The lectures are mainly based on the e-textbook by Lo and Janusa, CHEMISTRY: THE CORE CONCEPTS 2nd Edition.  The book (LJ) is not available in hardcopy format and is only available through Barnes and Noble’s free NookStudy ebook reader for Windows and Mac computers.
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