Jul 19, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin 
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ENV 332 - Air Quality

Credits: 3

Study of atmospheric pollutants, their sources and effects; measurement and monitoring techniques for air pollutants; atmospheric chemical transFormations; regulatory control of air pollution; meteorology of air pollution; transport and dispersion of air pollutants; and introduction to indoor air pollution. Lab work includes both problem-oriented and hands-on exercises. Exercises include basic gas concepts, volume measuring devices, flow, velocity, and pressure measuring devices, calibration of such devices, and various sampling techniques.

Pre-Requisites: CHM 115 or CHM 118, or permission of instructor.
Repeatable: May not be repeated for credit
Lecture: 2 hours per week
Lab: 3 hours per week
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