Introducción a la Estructura de la Materia

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Todos lo que nos envuelve y los materiales que utilizamos diariamente están formados por mezclas de compuestos químicos, cuyas propiedades, aplicaciones y transformaciones dependen de los elementos que los forman y de su estructura. La Química es la ciencia que nos permite conocer todos estos conceptos, y es una materia básica en muchas titulaciones Universitarias. Este curso va dirigido a los alumnos que acceden a la Universidad que requieren dichos conocimientos básicos.
 
Con este curso conocerás la importancia de la Química en el mundo que te rodea. Te introducirás en el concepto de la reacción química. Entenderás la estructura de la materia, los elementos que la forman y sus propiedades.
 
En el curso trataremos:

  1. Química: vida y sociedad
  2. El átomo
  3. El sistema periódico
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Ivan Mendez Gabriel

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1 year, 6 months ago
Se nota que al profesorado le gusta su campo de estudio. Los contenidos son sencillos, una buena base.
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Claudia Regina Perez

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Buen curso para principiantes, la instructora es amena y el contenido es claro y los ejercicios están bien diseñados.
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