Course Number
575.643
Next Offered
Summer 2024
Location
Online
Course Format
Asynchronous Online

This course examines the chemical principles necessary to understand water quality and contaminant fate in natural and engineered aqueous systems. Quantitative problem-solving skills are emphasized. Specific topics include acid-base reactions, carbonate chemistry, oxidation-reduction reactions, and metal speciation. Case studies applying fundamental principles to important environmental phenomena (e.g., water disinfection, lead contamination of drinking water, soil/subsurface pollution, ocean acidification, and geoengineering) are key components of this course.

Course Offerings

Open

Chemistry of Aqueous Systems

575.643.81
05/28/2024 - 08/22/2024
Semester
Summer 2024
Course Format
Asynchronous Online
Location
Online
Cost
$5,270.00
Course Materials