Recognize that all matter is composed of atoms whose inherent periodic properties determine their interactions and combinations into compounds with specific molecular structure, chemical function and physical properties.
Explain the various ways that chemists represent and test chemical knowledge in models, theories, mathematical relationships and symbolic notations.
Illustrate the principles of safe practices and ethical use of scientific knowledge, materials and procedures, and explain their impact on a diverse society.
Demonstrate literacy in concepts underlying fundamental analytical instrumentation and instrumentation techniques used in chemistry and biochemistry.
Discriminate between equlibrium and noneuilibrium systems using fundamental thermodynamic laws and kinetics.
Demonstrate the ability to generate and collect data and information through designing and safely implementing hypothesis-driven experiments using contemporary methods and techniques.
Analyze, interpret, and retrieve data and appropriate literature, to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Work effectively, independently and cooperatively to communicate data, concepts, skills and processes to experts and nonexperts in the field.
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