Grad. Courses

Course Description

CHEM 5013. Research
Credit 3 semester hours.
Problems for investigation may be selected from one of the following fields of Chemistry: 1. Analytical; 2. Biochemistry; 3. Inorganic; 4. Organic; and 5. Physical.

 

CHEM 5023. Research
See CHEM 5013.

 

CHEM 5026. Research
Credit 6 semester hours
Problems for investigation may be selected from one of the following fields of chemistry: 1. Analytical; 2. Biochemistry; 3. Inorganic; 4. Organic; 5. Physical.

 

CHEM 5313. Advanced Analytical Chemistry
Credit 3 semester hours.
Fundamental principles and investigation of chemical reactions as they relate to application of classical and modern instrumental methods. Focuses on the processes occurring in sampling, separation and quantitative measurement emphasizing chemical concepts.
Prerequisites: CHEM 3413, and CHEM 3423.

 

CHEM 5322. Instrumental Lab
Credit 2 semester hours.
An integrated laboratory that uses modern instrumentation to analyze complex chemical systems. Theories and principles encountered in CHEM 5313 and CHEM 5323 will provide the basis for bulk, surface, and interfacial analysis at the atomic and molecular levels.
Co-requisites: CHEM 5323.

 

CHEM 5323. Instrumental Analysis
Credit 3 semester hours.
Fundamental principles and theories underlying modern instrumental methods and techniques for analysis of complex systems. Atomic and molecular level characterization of surfaces, interfaces, and bulk systems will be emphasized.

 

CHEM 5402. Advanced Organic Chemistry
Credit 2 semester hours.
A review of elementary Organic Chemistry with an extension of more advanced topics. Includes assigned subject materials.

 

CHEM 5414. Identification of Organic Compounds
Credit 4 semester hours.
The separation and identification of pure organic compounds and mixtures.

 

CHEM 5442. Polymer Chemistry Laboratory
Credit 2 semester hours.
A laboratory course in polymer chemistry focusing on characterization and synthesis of polymers and copolymer systems.

 

CHEM 5443. Polymer Chemistry
Credit 3 semester hours.
Presentation of polymer concepts including polymerization and copolymerization processes, nomenclature, classifications, stereochemistry, structure- property relationships and morphology. Prerequisite: graduate standing or consent of instructor.

 

CHEM 5534. General Biochemistry
Credit 4 semester hours.
A basic and extension course designed for graduate students planning to major or minor in Biochemistry or related fields and who require more than an elementary knowledge of the subject.
Prerequisite: CHEM 4033 or permission of instructor.

 

CHEM 5613. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Credit 3 semester hours.
Consideration of important aspects of modern inorganic chemistry. Application of thermodynamics and kinetics in inorganic chemistry; practical and potential applications of inorganic systems.
Prerequisites: CHEM 4063.

 

CHEM 5783. Advanced Physical Chemistry
Credit 3 semester hours.
A lecture course dealing with advanced topics of special interest in modern physical chemistry in areas including experimental and theoretical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, collision and transition state theories, atomic and molecular spectra, quantum mechanical systems, photochemistry, structure of crystals and liquids, surface chemistry, macro-molecules, and gas phase reactions.
Prerequisites: CHEM 3413-3423.

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