Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 08:33:18 -0700
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From: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
Subject: Online Wet Chemistry courses


Coll eagues,

Does anyone have any experien ce with online chemistry courses.  The particular course that I am inq uiring about has  the chemicals sent to the students home.  See t he link to this site .  Most of the c hemicals have a low concentration and molarity to decrease toxicity.  They are all inorganic and the advice from the company for disposal is neut ralization and sanitary sewer disposal or solid waste.  I am thinking we are good to go but I wanted to get some advice and feedback from you.  Are there any pitfalls to this that you have encountered?  This is our first class of this nature.

Regina M. Frasca, NRCC-CHO
Cal State University San Marcos
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