Chemistry 205Lxg:

Chemical Forensics: The Science, and Its Impact (4.0 units)

Scientific principles underlying forensic approaches to the investigation of crimes and its societal impact on law, culture and media. Not available for major credit.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture-discussion and one lab
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
17348D001Lecture12:00-12:50pmMWF168 of 173Thomas Bertolini,Jasmine BryantSGM124notesession dates
17350D001Lab12:00-1:50pmTuesday18 of 19SGM307session dates
17352D001Lab12:00-1:50pmThursday
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17354D001Lab2:00-3:50pmTuesday18 of 19SGM307session dates
17356D001Lab2:00-3:50pmWednesday18 of 19SGM307session dates
17358D001Lab2:00-3:50pmThursday
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17360D001Lab2:00-3:50pmFriday19 of 20SGM307session dates
17362D001Lab4:00-5:50pmTuesday
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17364D001Lab4:00-5:50pmWednesday18 of 19SGM307session dates
17366D001Lab4:00-5:50pmThursday
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Information accurate as of August 13, 2020 5:14 pm.
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