CHM 109  -  CHEMISTRY AND ART (SL) Course Search  

Chemistry and Art studies the application of chemical principles to various aspects of the visual arts. Topics include elements, compounds, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, acids and bases, oxidation-reduction reactions, and polymers. These concepts are introduced where appropriate in the exploration of the chemistry of art media such as paints, dyes metals, glass, ceramics, plastics, paper, fibers, and photographic materials. Laboratory activities have been designed to complement and enhance the lecture topics. The instructional approach used in CHM 109 is a combination of lecture, demonstrations, small group work, experiential exercises, and discussion. CHM 109 fulfills the physical science requirement in the majority of programs and curricula. 4 credits Pre-requisite: MAT092 or MAT097 Co-requisite: EGL101   View Syllabus (pdf)

Pricing and availability for this course are subject to change.

Credits:  4
Prerequisites:  MAT 092 ,  MAT 097
Corequisites:  EGL 101
Tuition:   Cecil County Residents - $436
  Other Maryland Residents - $812
  Non-Maryland Residents - $1004
  Course Fees:  $70
  Registration Fee*:  $75/semester
  Student Development Fee**:  $8/credit hour
  *$35 discount on registration fee for early registrations
  **Not charged for Summer session or approved senior citizens

 
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