CHEM191-SS - The Chemical Basis of Biology and Human Health (Summer school)
CHEM191 is a 18-point papers available during Summer School.
An introduction to the concepts of chemistry underlying important processes in biology and human health, including energetics, kinetics, equilibria and solubility, properties of water and solutions, acids, bases, complexation and electron transfer, hydrolysis, amino acids and proteins.
This paper will be similar to CHEM 191 although there will be no laboratory component. The laboratory mark obtained from the first semester paper will be carried over to the summer paper.
Prerequisites: Students must have attained a minimum of 7.5 out of 15 for the Laboratory assessment in CHEM 191 in the First Semester but failed overall in the course.
It is recommended that students enrolling in CHEM 191 have a minimum of 14 credits in NCEA Level 3 Chemistry (or equivalent).
Lecture times and venue
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am and Friday 10:00am (week six)
Tutorial: Monday and Wednesday 2:00pm or 3:00pm
Terms Test: Friday 10:00am (week three)
CHEM 191 Lab grade (carried over from semester one): 15%
Test (plussage with semester one test grade): 15%
Final examination (3 hours): 70%
Main: Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy, Woodward, Langford, Sagatys & George, Chemistry: The Central Science, Pearson
Supplementary: Aylward, G. H. & Findlay, T. J. V., SI Chemical Data, Wiley
- Dr David Warren
- Tel: +64 3 479 4102
- Location: Science II, Gc3