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Spring 2012 Courses

Spring 2012

CHEM 75000 - Advanced Organic Chemistry I
GC: R 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Rm TBA, 3 credits
Prof. Reddy [17877]

A fundamental course in physical organic chemistry covering molecular structures and reaction mechanisms. Emphasis is on methodology of physical organic chemistry. Open to level 1 students only.

CHEM 75100 - Advanced Organic Chemistry II
GC: T/R, 10:00- 11:20 a.m., Rm. TBA, 3 credits
Professor Murelli [17878]

Prerequisite: CHEM 75000 or permission of the Executive Officer. A survey and evaluation of methods for achieving the more common synthetic transformations in organic chemistry.

CHEM 76000 - Introductory Quantum Chemistry
GC: T/R, 2:00 - 3:20 p.m., Rm. TBA, 3 credits
Professor Jarzecki [17879]

Introduction to the Schrodinger formulation of quantum mechanics and its application to atomic and molecular systems. Course open to level 1 students only.

CHEM 78500 - Introduction to Nanotechnology Materials
H: T 10:10 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Rm. HN 1311, 4 credits
Profs. O'Brieni [17892]

This course introduces students to current topics in nanotechnology and surveys basic background in solid state physics, surface science, synthetic molecular assembly of nanoscale materials and photochemistry.

CHEM 79001 - Basic Laboratory Techniques for Research in Analytical, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
B: M 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. (lecture); 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (lab), Rm. TBA, 4 credits
Professor Gibney [17881]

Lecture and laboratory work dealing with the theories and applications of modern approaches to the solutions of problems in analytical, physical and inorganic chemistry.

CHEM 79002 - Basic Laboratory Techniques for Research in Organic Chemistry
GC: M, 3:00 - 6:00 p.m., Rm. 8405, 4 credits
Professor Zajc [17882]

Lecture and laboratory work designed to teach preparative techniques, separation methods and analytical procedures employed in the contemporary organic chemistry research laboratory.

CHEM 79003 - Basic Laboratory Techniques for Research in Polymer Chemistry
CSI: Time 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Room TBA, 4 credits
Professor Yang/Jin [17883]

Lecture and laboratory work dealing with the theories and applications of modern approaches to the solutions of problems in polymer chemistry.

CHEM 79041 - Basic Laboratory Techniques for Research in Molecular Biophysics I
B: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Davenport, [17884]
C: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Lazaridis, [18176]
C: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Koder, [18178]]
C: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Gunner, [18177]
C: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Stark, [17885]
H: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Xu, [18179]
H: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Greenbaum, [17886]
Q: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Samuni, [17887]

The first course of a two course laboratory rotation for students in molecular biophysics that they take during their first year. Students study laboratory techniques in a number of laboratories based on their research interests and the recommendations of graduate advisors. Students gain laboratory experience in analytical and physical laboratory techniques that are needed to conduct research in molecular biophysics.

CHEM 79051 - Basic Laboratory Techniques for Research in Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry I
C: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Akins, [17888]
CSI: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Peetz, [17891]
H: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Matsui, [17889]
H: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Drain, [18081]
Q: Rm. TBA, 4 credits, Prof. Gafney, [17890]

The first course of a two course laboratory rotation for students in nanotechnology and materials chemistry. Students should select their lab rotations based on their research interests and in consultation with the subdiscipline's graduate advisors. Students will gain experience in laboratory techniques related to research in nanotechnology and materials chemistry.

CHEM 79500 - First Level Laboratory Research
GC: Rm. TBA, 0 - 12 credits

This course will accomodate students who wish to explore the feasibility of different research problems prior to deciding upon a dissertation topic. Permission of the Executive Officer is required. Open only to matriculated doctoral students.

CHEM 80501 - Advanced Seminars in Theoretical, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professor Small/Sanchez-Delgado [17894]

CHEM 80511 - Advanced Seminars in Organic Chemistry
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professor Kawamura [17895]

CHEM 80521 - Advanced Seminars in Analytical Chemistry
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professor Chang [17896]

CHEM 80531 - Advanced Seminars in Polymer Chemistry
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professors Yang and Jin [17897]

CHEM 80541 - Advanced Seminars in Molecular Biophysics
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professor Ghose, [17898]

CHEM 80551 - Advanced Seminars in Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit
Professor Drain, [17899]

CHEM 81000 - Doctoral Dissertation Research
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 - 14 credits

Prerequisite: First Examination

CHEM 83902 - Adv. Polymer Chemistry II
CSI: Time T, 1:25-5:20 p.m., Rm. TBA, 3 credits
Professor Jin [17902]

CHEM 84903 - Chemical Separations
GC: T/R 2:00 - 3:20 p.m., Rm. TBA, 3 credits
Professor Kubic [17904]

CHEM 86905 - Radiochemistry
GC: T/R, 11:50 - 1:10 p.m., Rm. TBA, 3 credits
Professor Francesconi [17901]

CHEM 90000 - Dissertation Supervision
GC: Rm. TBA, 1 credit

Prerequisite: Advancement to Candidacy, only open to level 3 doctoral students.