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mspaic

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i have noticed that many schools require this course to be taken..

does this just mean 'general chem' (ie. the one you'd take in 1st year - non organic) .. or do you specifically need to have inorganic chem (a 3rd year class here.. and one that i cant imagine many take)
 

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General chemistry is what is required by all dental schools, 1 and 2. Inorganic chemistry is basically advanced gen chem, with in an depth look at spin and oribitals and all that jazz - point groups which are complete hell to learn. Good luck, and avoid taking "inorganic chemistry" at all costs - not too hard but will bore you to death if you don't have a sincere appreciation for chemistry and applications.
 
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