What happens when bread dough is subjected to heat? The answer, of course, is dependent on the level of heat used. The result will be warm dough, blackened ash, or – somewhere in between – a loaf of bread. The process is cooking, but it’s also chemistry – the act of subjecting matter to energy to see a change in its form.
You won’t be making bread, but you will be performing experiments in classes such as the General Chemistry Lab. Experienced instructors will show you not only how something works but why it works that way. Chemistry also opens doors to many scientific fields.