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|CHM-105||Chemistry and Society||(4)|
|CHM-110||General Organic & Biochemistry I||(4)|
|CHM-120||General Chemistry I||(4)|
|CHM-130||General Chemistry II||(4)|
|CHM-210||General, Organic & Biochemistry II||(4)|
|CHM-220||Organic Chemistry I||(5)|
|CHM-230||Organic Chemistry II||(5)|
|CHM-240||General Biological Chemistry||(3)|
|CHM-290||Applied Research in Chemistry||(3)|
Hydrogen is the first element on the periodic table. It has an atomic number of 1. It is highly flammable and is the most common element found in our universe.