ENST 345 - Water Pollution: Chemistry and Environmental Engineering
Examines how chemical properties affect water contaminants’ movement in aquatic systems. Using principles of science and engineering, students will examine the toxicity of different manmade and naturally occurring chemicals, applying polynomials and chemistry principles to real world environmental conditions. Students develop scientific analytical skills that will help them to understand the broader field of environmental chemistry. Students explore a range of topics including the acidity (pH) of water and its effect on chemicals’ solubility, oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions, and the dissolution of gasses such as carbon dioxide (C02).
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Area of Inquiry: None
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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