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CHE 141: General Chemistry I
4 Credits
A systematic treatment of the fundamental chemical principles and theories, and their application, with particular reference to atomic and molecular theories, laws of chemical combination, periodic classification of the elements, properties of gases, liquids, solids, and solutions. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Co-requisites: MAT 125/126. Offered: Fall (A)

CHE 142: General Chemistry II
4 Credits
A continuation of CHE 141, which includes thermo-chemistry, changes of state, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and a brief introduction to organic chemistry. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Prerequisite: CHE 141. Offered: S (A)

CHE 243 and CHE 244: Organic Chemistry I, and II
4 Credits
A two semester course that presents a systematic study of the important classes of organic compounds, both aliphatic and aromatic. Emphasis is placed on structures, properties, preparations, and reaction mechanisms. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Prerequisite: CHE 142. Offered: F/S, respectively (A)

CHE 311, CHE 312, CHE 411, and CHE 412: Chemistry Seminars I-IV
1 Credit
These courses will be designed to give students an opportunity to present and discuss recent developments in the field of chemistry. Students will visit research laboratories and industries within the area. Prerequisite: Junior status and consent of the instructor.
Offered: F/S (A)

CHE 320: Undergraduate Research in Chemistry I
2 Credits
Selected research projects under the supervision of the chemistry staff. Prerequisites: Junior status and consent of the instructor.
Offered: F/S (A)

CHE 345: Quantitative Analysis I
4 Credits
A unified study of theories and practices of analytical chemistry with laboratory exercises in gravimetric and volumetric techniques of analysis. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Prerequisites: CHE 142, and MAT 125/126. Offered: F (O)

CHE 346: Quantitative Analysis II
4 Credits
A continuation of CHE 345. This course includes electro-analytical and optical methods of analysis. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Prerequisite: CHE 345. Offered: S (E)

CHE 420: Undergraduate Research in Chemistry II*
2 Credits
A continuation of CHE 320. Selected research projects under the supervision of the chemistry staff.
Prerequisite: CHE 320.

CHE 440: Instrumental Methods of Analysis
4 Credits
This course involves the study of the principles and practices of absorption and emission spectroscopy, and electro-analytical techniques. Three lectures and one laboratory experience per week.
Prerequisite: CHE 346 Offered: F (E)



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