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EV212 – Energy: Environmental Thermodynamics and Energetics

Study of the generation and use of energy in an industrial society, environmental problems created by our energy use, and the physical and chemical principles underlying these issues. Scientific principles include: energy and the laws of thermodynamics, and the chemical equilibrium and kinetics needed to understand chemical systems as means of energy storage. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World requirement.

Prerequisite: Environmental Program 211 or the following: Chemistry 107, Environmental Program 128, amd Mathematics 126 (or Mathematics 125).

Offerings

TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2017 Block 3 Energy: Environmental Thermodynamics and Energetics Lynne Gratz TBA 25/8 10/19/2017
Spring 2018 Block 7 Energy: Environmental Thermodynamics and Energetics Lynne Gratz TBA 25/10 10/19/2017