Chemistry (CHEM)

CHEM 535. Advanced Organic Chemistry. (4 Credits)

CHEM 555. Instrumental Analysis. (4 Credits)

Instrumental Analysis is an in depth study of the use of instruments in chemical analysis. Topics include the basic theory and techniques of instrumental methods of analysis, with emphasis on spectrophotometry, NMR, and gas and liquid chromatography. 2 hours lecture, 4 hours lab.

Prerequisites: "C-" or better in CHEM 225 or consent of instructor.

CHEM 561. Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology. (3 Credits)

This course is a study of how natural environmental processes are driven by chemical reactions and how these processes are affected by toxicants—natural as well as artificial. Specific areas of concentration include the atmosphere and global warming, hydrosphere, energy, toxicology, and disposal of dangerous wastes.

Prerequisites: one year of chemistry and one year of biology.

CHEM 861. Environmental Chem/Toxicology. (3 Credits)

introduces the student to how natural environmental processes are driven by chemical reactions and how these processes are affected by toxicants—natural as well as anthropogenic. Specific areas of concentration include the atmosphere, hydrosphere, energy, toxicology, and disposal of dangerous wastes. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: one year of chemistry and one year of biology.