CHEM 142 is the second half of Introductory Chemistry and is intended for science majors and for premedical studies. This course will introduce theory as well as applications that involve a significant amount of calculation. A strong familiarity with algebra is required. The topics covered will include intermolecular forces, acids and bases, solutions, their properties and equilibria, thermodynamics, free energy, electrochemistry and radioactivity. CHEM152, the associated laboratory course, may be taken concurrently. The lab should be taken by those who plan to take more than one year of chemistry or who plan to pursue further study in the health professions. Note that examinations for this course are given in the evenings at 7:00pm: Wednesday, February 12; Wednesday, March 4; Wednesday, April 8; and Monday, May 4. Students must be able to attend these exams.