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Chemistry 12

Chemistry is all around us; it is used to cook delicious food, clean our clothes, prepare clean drinking water, and power our vehicles. This course elaborates on the basic chemistry topics explored in Chemistry 11 covering concepts such as: types of reactions, equilibria, solubility, acids, bases and salts, and electrochemistry. Learners will perform experiments in their kitchens and present their findings through audio, text, and video. This course combines experiential and conceptual methods of exploring chemistry with diverse evaluation techniques to engage learners with varied learning styles. Mentors are available for support through a variety of means. This course prepares learners for a future in sciences and university-level chemistry courses.

Note: This course contains a SelfDesign end of course exam.

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