Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30 will expand on the study of chemical properties and bonds and ask students to investigate what makes materials suitable for use in specific household and industrial applications.

Science-focused, high-school-catalogue, live broadcast


Physical Science 20


Online Asynchronous OR Live Broadcast


Science 30 or Elective 30

What Will I Learn?

Students will explore the nature of equilibrium in chemical reactions including solution chemistry and acid-base reactions as well as explore oxidation-reduction reactions and the impact of electrochemistry on society and the environment.

Online Asynchronous OR Live Broadcast

Students have the option to enroll in the Chemistry 30 online asynchronous course OR the Chemistry 30 live broadcast synchronous course.

  • Online asynchronous: students can take Chemistry 30 anywhere, anytime.

  • Live broadcast synchronous: students attend a live broadcast at a specific time, every week. If you're interested in enrolling in the Chemistry 30 synchronous course, please review the live broadcast details.

Units of Study

Review of basic chemistry concepts

Bonding and material properties

Organic chemistry

Solubility and solutions


Acids and bases: acid-base equilibria

Redox reactions


This course requires a midterm and a final exam to be supervised by a proctor

Course Materials

You Will Need

Scientific Calculator
Elmer's white glue
graduated cylinder (or teaspoon and 1/2 c. measuring cup)
tap water
dixie cups
stir rod (or spoon)
electronic balance
food coloring
weigh boat and scoopula (or wax paper and teaspoon)
paper plate
meter stick
beaker (or plastic container)
safety goggles
sodium chloride OR aluminum
potassium sulfate
other materials as determined by student for lab activity

Supplied by the DLC


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