ENVS 0210 - Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Pollution

Credits: 3

In this course students learn the chemistry necessary to understand environmental issues including the sources, pathways, fates, and impacts of environmental pollutants and toxins.  Methods of regulation, control, cleanup, and remediation are included.  Additionally, topics may include atmospheric chemical mechanisms that control the greenhouse effect/global warming and ozone depletion and the basics of chemical reactions and processes in air, soil, and water.

Prerequisites: CHEM 0109  

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