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  • Chemistry - Undergraduate

    Chair: Dean E. Wilcox Professors J. J. BelBruno, R. S. Cantor, R. Ditchfield, D. S. Glueck, G. W. Gribble, P. A. Jacobi,  J. E. G. Lipson, G. C. Micalizio, D. F. Mierke, D. E. Wilcox, J…

  • Chemistry - Graduate

     Chair: Dean E. Wilcox Professors J. J. BelBruno, R. S. Cantor, R. Ditchfield, D. S. Glueck, G. W. Gribble, P. A. Jacobi, F. J. Kull, J. E. G. Lipson, G. C. Micalizio, D. F. Mierke, D. E. Wi…

  • CHEM - Chemistry - Undergraduate Courses

    To view Chemistry Undergraduate requirements, click here. To view Chemistry Graduate requirements, click here. To view Chemistry Graduate courses, click here.

  • CHEM - Chemistry - Graduate

  • CHEM 58 Honors Organic Chemistry

    The second term of a two-term introduction to the chemistry of carbon compounds intended for students planning a chemistry major or career of research in a chemically-related science, including medica…

  • CHEM 10 Honors First-Year General Chemistry

    CHEM 10 is a general chemistry course for students with a strong background in chemistry and mathematics who may have an interest in majoring in the sciences. The course will cover selected general ch…

  • CHEM 96.07 Introduction to Materials Chemistry

    This course begins with a review of fundamental concepts in material science, provides an introduction to some of the more advanced concepts, especially in regard to nanomaterials and, finally, focuse…

  • CHEM 140 Chemistry Research Colloquia

    Colloquia presented to the Department of Chemistry by scientists and educators in the chemistry profession on Thursdays, and by graduate students and others conducting research in chemistry and allied…

  • CHEM 96 Special Topics in Physical Chemistry

    An in-depth exploration of a specific topic in physical chemistry. This course provides an introduction into the areas of current research in the field. The course is offered in most fall and winter t…

  • CHEM 41 Biological Chemistry I

    This course is a one-term introduction to biochemistry presented from a chemical perspective. This course is intended for chemistry majors and will be divided into three sections, using specific examp…

  • CHEM 63 Environmental Chemistry

    A study of the chemistry of natural environmental processes and the impact of human activities on the atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere. The course will consider the chemistry of topics such as …

  • CHEM 103 Special Topics in Biophysical Chemistry

    A course designed to address topical interests and knowledge areas required of students in the Integrated 4+1 AB/MS Program in Biophysical Chemistry.

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  • CHEM 5 General Chemistry

    The first term of a two-course sequence to introduce the fundamental principles of chemistry, including chemical stoichiometry; the properties of gases, liquids, and solids; solutions; chemical equili…

  • CHEM 6 General Chemistry

    The second term of a two-course sequence to introduce the fundamental principles of chemistry, including chemical stoichiometry; the properties of gases, liquids, and solids; solutions; chemical equil…

  • CHEM 257 Supervised Undergraduate Teaching in Chemistry

    Teaching in chemistry undergraduate courses under the supervision of a faculty member. Normally students enrolled in this course teach alongside faculty in undergraduate instructional laboratories. Th…

  • CHEM 101.7 Introduction to Materials Chemistry

    This course begins with a review of fundamental concepts in material science, provides an introduction to some of the more advanced concepts, especially in regard to nanomaterials and, finally,…

  • CHEM 42 Biological Chemistry II

    A one term advanced course with in-depth treatment of a number of important concepts in modern biological chemistry, including structural biology (both theoretical and experimental methods), protein f…

  • CHEM 75 Physical Chemistry I

    An examination of the laws of classical thermodynamics, followed by applications to the properties of gases, liquids, and solids, as well as to solutions, phase, and chemical equilibria. Chemical reac…

  • CHEM 76 Physical Chemistry II

    Topics in chemical reaction kinetics and the application of quantum mechanics to chemical bonding and spectroscopy. The examination of the fundamental ideas of quantum mechanics and their application …

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