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Lecture and laboratory breakdown of courses is indicated at the end of each description. For example, (3-1) indicates three credit hours lecture, one credit hour laboratory. (1 credit hour of lab usually equals 3 contact hours.)318/319 Junior Chemistry Seminar I and II (1) Students will use online databases such as Dialog, Scifinder, and STN to research chemistry literature and patents in order to prepare scientific manuscripts, posters, and seminars. In addition, students will attend seminars by outside professional and write reports on presentations. Prereq: CHEM 219, 318; 318 F and 319 Sp
Quantitative Analysis (3) The principles and techniques of
gravimetric, volumetric, spectrophotometric, and electrochemical analysis are developed in lecture and laboratory.
Prereq: CHEM 262 or consent of instructor. (2-1) Sp, Su
341 Environmental Chemistry (3) A combination field, lecture, demonstration, and laboratory course to study the collection, analysis, and effects of chemicals in the environment. Prereq: CHEM 321 and 353, or consent of instructor. (2-1) F, odd-numbered years.
351 Polymer Chemistry (3) A study of the physical chemistry of macromolecules, standard methods of polymer synthesis, chemical kinetics, and characterization and processing methods. Prereq: CHEM 354 and 461 or consent of instructor. (2-1) Sp, odd-numbered years.
353 Organic Chemistry I (4) A development of the fundamentals of aliphatic and aromatic organic chemistry with special emphasis on structure and mechanism. Structure, nomenclature and physical properties of all organic functional groups are included. Prereq: CHEM 262 (3-1) F, Sp, Su
354 Organic Chemistry II (4) A continuation of Chemistry 353 including alicyclic and aromatic compounds. Prereq: CHEM 353; (3-1) F, Sp, Su
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