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upon the applications of these in the correlation of natural phe- tinu
nomena. Lectures and recitations, three hours. Pre'
Prerequisites: Chemistry 21b; Mathematics, 20b; Physics, 3c.
. (3) I, IV (Dawson) tinu
CHEMISTRY 140b—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A continuation PM
of Chemistry 140a. Lectures and recitations, three hours.
Prerequisite: Chemistry 140a. (3) II (Dawson) ' cou:
CHEMISTRY 140c—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A continuation and
of Chemistry 14Gb. Lectures and recitations, three hours. hou
Prerequisite: Chemistry 140b. (3) III (Dawson) Pre
CHEMISTRY 141—INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY.
Principles and applications of chemical thermodynamics. Lectures TIC
and recitations, three hours. P re
Prerequisite: Chemistry 140C. (4) I, IV (Dawson) -
CHEMISTRY 143a—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. For students in and
Agriculture and the biological sciences. Lecture, three hours; labo- ture
. ratory, three hours. . P re
Prerequisites: Chemistry 21b and 37; Physics 1c;
. . Mathematics 17. (4) II (Wender) CHI
: CHEMISTRY 143b—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A continuation me)
of Chemistry 143a. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, three hours. etc.
Prerequisite: Chemistry 143a. (4) III (Wender)
‘5 CHEMISTRY 144a—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. Laboratory P01
studies in physical chemistry, to accompany 140a. Laboratory, six car]
hours. . ing
2: Prerequisite: Chemistry 140a or concurrent. and
‘ (2) I, IV (Dawson and Watters) . the
CHEMISTRY 144b—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A continuation Pre
: of Chemistry 144a. Laboratory, six hours. 2
’ Prerequisite: Chemistry 144a. (2) II (Dawson and Watters)
2“ CHEMISTRY 144c—PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A continuation MO‘
i of Chemistry 144b. Laboratory, six hours. tlor.
:1 Prerequisite: Chemistry 144b. (2) III (Dawson and Watters) ind
CHEMISTRY 145—COLLOID CHEMISTRY. Lectures, recita— re
tions, and assigned readings on the chemistry of colloids. Lectures and
recitations three hours. ‘ cati
Prerequisite: Chemistry 140c. (3) III (Dawson) 5011
CHEMISTRY 150a—PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. The me‘
chemistry of the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. A and
1’ study of the tissues, the secretions and excretions. The nature and PM
. action of enzymes. Nutrition, food values and requirements. The ef-
, fect of a diet of selected food principles on the quantity of metabolic AN
products. assi
3% Prerequisites: Chemistry 21b and 1300. (4) I (Barkenbus)
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