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Biology

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/biology/

...CHEM 121 , CHEM 123 , CHEM 126 ; or CHEM 125 , CHEM 126 ; or CH/BI 125...

Biomolecular Science

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/biomolecular-science/

...substitute for CHEM 125 , CHEM 126 , and BIO 227 . 2 CHEM 121 and CHEM 123...

Chemistry

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/chemistry/

...Chemical Reactions 3.00 Option B: CHEM 125 & CHEM 126 Structural Chemistry and Equilibrium and...

CH/BI 125: Integrated Chem/Bio I: Chemical Concepts with Biological Applications

This course introduces chemical concepts that are important for students pursuing a study of chemistry or biology. Topics include atomic structure, the periodic table, bonding interactions within and between particles, water and its solutions, biological membranes, chemical reaction types, chemical stoichiometry, equilibrium systems, acids and bases, introduction to protein structure. Examples are often pulled from the realm of biological molecules and processes. Students attend three classes and one three-hour laboratory each week. Placement via online placement exam is required. Offered annually in the fall semester.
Prerequisites: high school biology, chemistry, and physics; concurrent registration in MATH 119 or MATH 120 is recommended.

CHEM 125: Structural Chemistry and Equilibrium

This study of chemical stoichiometry, equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, coordination chemistry, and atomic and molecular structure supplies the fundamental background on which all later chemistry courses depend. It includes applications of equilibrium principles to acid-base chemistry. Students attend three classes and one three-hour laboratory each week. Offered annually in the fall semester. Counts toward biomolecular science concentration.
Prerequisites: high school chemistry and physics. Students planning to continue in chemistry should consider concurrent registration in MATH 119 or MATH 120. Placement via online placement exam is required. The course cannot be taken in conjunction with or after credit in CHEM 121.