CHMA10H3 Introductory Chemistry I: Structure and Bonding

This course will introduce the study of chemical properties and transformations of matter. The course starts with the quantum mechanical model of the atom and the principles of how the periodic table is organized. Key reaction types are explored including acid/base, redox, and precipitation as well as a quantitative description of gases. Bonding and structure in chemical compounds is examined followed by a close look at solutions, solids and intermolecular forces. The course concludes with nuclear chemistry. This course includes a three-hour laboratory every other week.

Exclusion: 
Recommended Preparation: 

Grade 12 Chemistry and [Grade 12 Advanced Functions or Grade 12 Calculus] are highly recommended

Breadth Requirements: 
Natural Sciences
Note: 

[MATA29H3 or MATA30H3] and [MATA35H3 or MATA36H3] are required for some higher level Physical and Environmental Sciences courses.