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CH 189: Seminar in Chemistry & Biology
A course guide highlighting Library resources related to topics covered in CH 189
Welcome to the Seminar in Chemistry and Biology course guide, designed to assist students in CH 189. Click through the tabs to learn more about how to access books and e-books, popular and scholarly articles from databases, as well as useful, reliable information from the internet.
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CH 189 Course Description
Introduction to chemistry as the “central science” and its impact on other fields, particularly biology. Areas to be explored include the interaction of radiation with matter, the effect of symmetry on chemical and physical properties of molecules, hyphenated methods of analysis, the chemistry of biological signals, biochemical cycles, the physiology of exercise, and chaotic reactions.