CHEM g302 Organic Chemistry II 3 credits. A continuation of CHEM g301. The further study of the preparation, reactions, properties, reaction mechanisms and spectroscopy of organic compounds. PREREQ: CHEM g301 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
Chem g303 Organic Chemistry Lab I 1 credit. Introductory laboratory work in organic chemistry. Study and development of elementary techniques and their application to the preparation, isolation and characterization of simple organic compounds. COREQ: CHEM g301 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g304 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II 1 credit. Further experience in the fundamental operations of organic chemistry laboratory work including the preparation and analysis of typical compounds. PREREQ: CHEM g303. COREQ: CHEM g302 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g305 Organic Chemistry Laboratory III 2 credits. Intermediate laboratory course in modern methods of preparative organic chemistry. Primary emphasis on REACTIONS, synthesis, separation, and spectral structural analysis techniques. PREREQ: CHEM g304 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g313 Instrumental Analysis 2 credits. Advanced quantitative analysis dealing chiefly with quantitative applications of instrumental methods. PREREQ: CHEM 232 AND CHEM 234 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g334 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 2 credits. Laboratory course giving experience in fundamental operations of modern instrumental methods of analysis. PREREQ: CHEM 313 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g335 Environmental Chemistry 2 credits. This course applies chemical principles and calculation to investigate environmental issues. Natural systems, environmental degradation and protection, and the methodology of chemical detection and monitoring, PREREQ: CHEM 232 AND CHEM 234 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
Chem g337 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory 1 credit. This laboratory course utilizes both structured and self-designed field and classroom experiments to emphasize principles of environmental chemistry. COREQ: CHEM 335 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g351-g352 Physical Chemistry 3 credits each. The fundamental principles of physical chemistry: thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, molecular structure, quantum theory, spectroscopy, and solution chemistry. PREREQ: CHEM 122, MATH 222, AND PHYS 222, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g370 Analytical Geochemistry 3 credits. A survey of geochemical analysis techniques. All aspects of analysis, including sample collection, preparation, instrumental analysis, QA/QC procedures, interpretation and presentation are discussed. Cross-listed as GEOL g370, PHYS g370. PREREQ: CHEM 122 AND PHYS 212.
CHEM g400 Practicum in Physical Science 2 credits. Practical problems associated with equipping, setting up, and operating laboratories in chemistry and physics. Cross listed with PHYS 400. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR.
CHEM g407 Inorganic Chemistry II 2 credits. Structure and reactivity of inorganic compounds including coordination compounds; acid-base chemistry and nonaqueous solvent systems; organometallic chemistry and other special topics of current interest. PREREQ: CHEM 211, CHEM g352 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g408 Preparative Inorganic Chemistry 1 credit. A laboratory course for the preparation of selected inorganic compounds utilizing various methods of synthesis and purification employing physical, chemical and spectroscopic methods of characterizations. COREQ: CHEM g407 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g410 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 3 credits. Modern physical methods in inorganic chemistry with an emphasis on the application of group theory to spectroscopic analysis. CO-REQ: CHEM g466 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g430 Advanced Analytical Chemistry 3 credits. Advanced treatment of standards, sampling, special methods of analysis, and methods of separation. PREREQ: CHEM g302, CHEM g352 AND CHEM g425, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g432 Chemometrics 4 credits. Data analysis of chemical measurements and design or selection of optimal measurement procedures and experiments by mathematical and statistical analysis including sampling theory, optimization, factor analysis, pattern recognition, and multicomponent analyses. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g446 Computer Applications in Science 2 credits. Emphasis will be on Basic Programming and Chemistry. Students will be allowed opportunity to concentrate on problems which may be of special interest to them in their science field.
CHEM g453 Modern Experimental Physical Chemistry 2 credits. Magnetic, optical, and electrical properties of materials, calorimetry, voltammetry, optical and laser spectroscopic techniques. PREREQ: CHEM 334 AND CHEM 352.
CHEM g455 Advanced Physical Chemistry 3 credits. Introductory material from quantum chemistry and statistical mechanics with applications in chemical thermodynamics. PREREQ: CHEM g302 AND CHEM g352 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g466 Structural Analysis in Chemistry 2 credits. The application of spectra-structure correlations to the solution of chemical structural problems. PREREQ: CHEM g302 AND CHEM g407, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g471 Advanced Organic Chemistry 3 credits. Kinetics and mechanisms in organic reactions. PREREQ: CHEM g302 AND CHEM g352, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM g481-482 Independent Problems in Chemistry 1-4 credits each. Directed library and laboratory research. Courses may be repeated to a maximum of 6 credits.
CHEM g491-492 Seminar 1 credit each. Oral reports of library and laboratory research. COREQ: CHEM g481-482 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. May be graded S/U.
CHEM 601 Seminar 1 credit. Oral reports of current literature and research in chemistry.
CHEM 610 Special Topics in Chemistry 1-3 credits. Detailed consideration of a limited phase of chemistry; course content will vary with current demand and with the instructor; may be repeated with departmental approval for non-repetitive course content.
CHEM 615 Neutron Activation Analysis 4 credits. Theory and use of neutron activation methods for quantitative chemical analysis of natural and synthetic materials. Applications in geologic systems will be emphasized. Cross-listed as GEOL 615, PHYS 615. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
CHEM 617 Environmental Geochemistry 3 credits. Geochemistry of environmental systems. Emphasis given to low-temperature water-rock interactions, including sorption processes, retardation, reaction kinetics and reaction-mass transport modeling. Cross-listed as GEOL 617. PREREQ: GEOL 420, OR CHEM 351 AND GEOL 109.
CHEM 621 Organic Reactions 3 credits. Advanced study of organic chemical reactions with emphasis on synthetic applications. PREREQ: CHEM 302.
CHEM 625 Quantitative Geochem Lab 3 credits. Applications of instrumental methods for geochemical analysis. Cross-listed as GEOL 625.
CHEM 635 Master's Research 2-6 credits. A continuation of CHEM 435 to improve ability of students to solve chemical problems independently and pursue research at an advanced level. May be repeated for up to 12 credits. PREREQ: CHEM 435.
CHEM 640 Research Techniques in Chemistry 2-6 credits. Designed to improve the ability of students to solve chemical problems independently in the laboratory; special emphasis on development of manipulative skills, instrumental methods and supporting library research; nature of the projects dictated by students' needs; may be repeated with departmental approval for nonrepetitive course content. Limit 12 credits.
CHEM 650 Thesis 1-10 credits.