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Unit name Chemistry 1A Hobart
Unit code KRA113
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Natural Sciences
Discipline Chemistry
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About Census Dates



    CHM415115 Chemistry or (KRA161 or [KRA001 and (MTG315115 General Mathematics or MTM315117 Mathematics Methods - Foundation or MTM415117 Mathematics Methods or KMA002 or KMA003])

Mutual Exclusions

You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:

  • XPD133
  • KRA101, KRA121, KRA161


Teaching Pattern

On-campus students: 4 x 1-hr lecture/problem-solving sessions (13 wks), online topic tests (3) online assignments (9) and 3-hr laboratory (8 wks) Off-campus students: on-line learning resources, online topic tests (3) online assignments (9) and intensive laboratory sessions to be held on Hobart campus (2 days)


3 x online topic tests (20%); 3-hr end-of-semester exam (60%); laboratory work (hurdle requirement), online assignments (20%)

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A Blackman, SE Bottle, S Schmid, M Mocerino and U Wille, Chemistry (3rd edition).


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