Provides knowledge of General Physics required for substantiation of the laws and phenomena of chemistry. This is a subject that is the link between mathematics and chemistry in the sense of giving a formal formulation of scientific observations that establish laws and results without which you can not "close" the scientific method. The laws of physics provide the basic ingredients in which most sciences are supported, as well as instrumentation and measurement techniques used in all scientific fields, and especially in chemistry. Hence its importance and presence in the first year of the degree, since along with Physics 1 provides students with the necessary basis for understanding matters of other modules and courses for the degree.
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