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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

(College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences)

www.chem.uni.edu/

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers the following undergraduate and graduate programs. Specific requirements for these programs are listed within this Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry section in the following order:

  • Undergraduate Majors (B.S.)
    • Biochemistry
    • Chemistry
  • Undergraduate Majors (B.A.)
    • Biochemistry
    • Chemistry
    • Chemistry-Teaching
  • Minors
    • Chemistry

Major programs are offered by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in two baccalaureate degree areas:

  • the Bachelor of Science and
  • the Bachelor of Arts

1. Students considering a baccalaureate chemistry major should complete two semesters of general chemistry, CHEM 1110 (860:044) and CHEM 1120 (860:048), in the freshman year. Well-prepared students may be permitted to take CHEM 1130 (860:070), an accelerated course in general chemistry, during their first semester. It is strongly recommended that chemistry majors complete requirements in mathematics and physics within the first two years.

2. Prior to enrollment in a chemistry course, all pre-requisite courses must be completed with a grade of C- or higher.

3. A student enrolled in a chemistry course during fall or spring semester and who wishes to enroll in the same course in the subsequent spring or fall semester should contact the department.  The student will be allowed to register only if space remains after all advance registrations are completed.

 

Bachelor of Science Degree Programs

Biochemistry Major

The B.S. Biochemistry major requires a minimum of 126 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 126 hours.

The Bachelor of Science Biochemistry major is accredited by the American Chemical Society. This major prepares students for careers and/or advanced study in biochemistry. It also provides partial preparation appropriate for medical school and other health-related programs.

Required
Mathematics:
MATH 1420 (800:060)Calculus I4
MATH 1421 (800:061)Calculus II4
Biology:
BIOL 2052 (840:052)General Biology: Cell Structure and Function4
BIOL 3140 (840:140)Genetics4
Chemistry and Biochemistry:
CHEM 1110 (860:044)
  & CHEM 1120 (860:048)
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
5-8
or CHEM 1130 (860:070) General Chemistry I-II
CHEM 2110 (860:110)Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 2210 (860:120)Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2220 (860:123)Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 2230 (860:121)Organic Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 2310 (860:132)Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 3600 (860:180)Undergraduate Research in Chemistry2
CHEM 4010/5010Chemical Safety Seminar1
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)Instrumental Analysis4
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)Physical Chemistry II3
CHEM 4440/5440 (860:143g)Physical Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)Biochemistry I3
CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g)Biochemistry II3
CHEM 4530/5530 (860:156g)Biochemistry Laboratory2
Physics:
Select one of the following:8
General Physics I
   and General Physics II
OR
Physics I for Science and Engineering
   and Physics II for Science and Engineering
Electives3-4
One 3000-level or higher course in biology, biochemistry, or chemistry
Total Hours71-75

Chemistry Major

The B.S. Chemistry major requires a minimum of 126 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 126 hours.

The Bachelor of Science Chemistry major is accredited by the American Chemical Society. This program is recommended for students who wish to prepare for careers as professional chemists. It also provides the most complete preparation for post-graduate study in the field of chemistry.

Required
Mathematics:
MATH 1420 (800:060)Calculus I4
MATH 1421 (800:061)Calculus II4
Chemistry and Biochemistry:
CHEM 1110 (860:044)
  & CHEM 1120 (860:048)
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
5-8
or CHEM 1130 (860:070) General Chemistry I-II
CHEM 2110 (860:110)Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 2210 (860:120)Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2220 (860:123)Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 2230 (860:121)Organic Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 2310 (860:132)Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 3600 (860:180)Undergraduate Research in Chemistry2
CHEM 4010/5010Chemical Safety Seminar1
CHEM 4110/5110 (860:145g)Inorganic Chemistry3
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)Instrumental Analysis4
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)Physical Chemistry II3
CHEM 4440/5440 (860:143g)Physical Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)Biochemistry I3
CHEM 4610/5610 (860:149g)Advanced Synthesis Laboratory2
Physics:8
Physics I for Science and Engineering
   and Physics II for Science and Engineering
or
General Physics II
   and General Physics I
Elective3
A 4000- or 5000-level chemistry course.
Total Hours63-66

Notes:

  1. To satisfy American Chemical Society guidelines for certification of the Chemistry major, the two hours of CHEM 3600 (860:180) Undergraduate Research required for this program must include completion of a final written report.
  2. Students wishing to earn a non-certified Bachelor of Science degree may omit CHEM 4110/5110 (860:145g) , CHEM 4610/5610 (860:149g) , and CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g), but must include three additional elective hours in chemistry at the 100/4000-level or higher. 
  3. Elective courses should be chosen with the help of the major advisor. This is particularly important for students wishing to earn a certified degree, to assure consistency with the certification guidelines of the American Chemical Society. An appropriate advanced course in another science may be substituted with department head approval.

Emphasis-Honors Research

This emphasis is available to qualified students pursuing the Bachelor of Science program by invitation at the beginning of their junior year. Completion of Honors Research requires 5 credit hours in CHEM 3600 (860:180) Undergraduate Research and the writing of a senior research thesis. The research credit may be applied to the elective hours of the B.S. degree.

 

Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs

Biochemistry Major

The B.A. Biochemistry major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

This program provides experience in most basic areas of chemistry, with a focus on biochemistry. With appropriate choice of university electives, the B.A. Biochemistry major meets the needs of pre-medical students and students preparing for additional study in related areas such as pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, clinical chemistry, and toxicology. It is also suitable for students who wish to combine a chemistry major with a major in another discipline.

Required
Mathematics:
MATH 1420 (800:060)Calculus I4
Biology:
BIOL 2052 (840:052)General Biology: Cell Structure and Function4
BIOL 3140 (840:140)Genetics4
Chemistry and Biochemistry:
CHEM 1110 (860:044)
  & CHEM 1120 (860:048)
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
5-8
or CHEM 1130 (860:070) General Chemistry I-II
CHEM 2110 (860:110)Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry4
or CHEM 2310 (860:132) Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 2210 (860:120)Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2220 (860:123)Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 2230 (860:121)Organic Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 4010/5010Chemical Safety Seminar1
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)Biochemistry I3
CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g)Biochemistry II3
CHEM 4530/5530 (860:156g)Biochemistry Laboratory2
Physics:
PHYSICS 1511 (880:054)
  & PHYSICS 1512 (880:056)
General Physics I
   and General Physics II
8
or PHYSICS 1701 (880:130)
  & PHYSICS 1702 (880:131)
Physics I for Science and Engineering
   and Physics II for Science and Engineering
Electives3-4
One 3000-level or higher course in biology, biochemistry, or chemistry
Total Hours52-56

Chemistry Major

The B.A. Chemistry major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

This program provides experience in all basic areas of chemistry. With appropriate choice of university electives, the B.A. Chemistry major meets the needs of pre-medical students and students preparing for additional study in related areas such as biochemistry, industrial hygiene, pharmacology and medicinal chemistry, clinical chemistry, and toxicology. It is also suitable for students who wish to combine a chemistry major with a major in another discipline.

Required
Mathematics:
MATH 1420 (800:060)Calculus I4
MATH 1421 (800:061)Calculus II4
Chemistry and Biochemistry:
CHEM 1110 (860:044)
  & CHEM 1120 (860:048)
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
5-8
or CHEM 1130 (860:070) General Chemistry I-II
CHEM 2110 (860:110)Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 2210 (860:120)Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2220 (860:123)Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 2230 (860:121)Organic Chemistry Laboratory2
CHEM 2310 (860:132)Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 4010/5010Chemical Safety Seminar1
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)Instrumental Analysis4
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)Physical Chemistry II3
Physics:
Select one of the following:8
General Physics I
   and General Physics II
or
Physics I for Science and Engineering
   and Physics II for Science and Engineering
Total Hours48-51


Chemistry Major-Teaching

The B.A. Chemistry-Teaching major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements, the Professional Education Requirements, and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours.

This program provides preparation for chemistry teachers.

Required
Mathematics:
MATH 1420 (800:060)Calculus I4
Chemistry and Biochemistry:
CHEM 1110 (860:044)
  & CHEM 1120 (860:048)
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
8
CHEM 2040Applied Organic and Biochemistry4
CHEM 2110 (860:110)Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry4
CHEM 2310 (860:132)Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 4010/5010Chemical Safety Seminar1
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)Physical Chemistry I3
Physics:8
Select one of the following:
General Physics I
   and General Physics II
or
Physics I for Science and Engineering
   and Physics II for Science and Engineering
Methods
Science and Science Education:
SCI ED 3200 (820:196)Current Technologies in Science Teaching2
SCI ED 3300/5300 (820:190g)Orientation to Science Teaching3
SCI ED 4700/5700 (820:193g)Methods for Teaching Physical Science3
Total Hours44

Notes:

  1. Well-prepared students may substitute CHEM 1130 (860:070) for CHEM 1110 (860:044) and CHEM 1120 (860:048) ; these students must also substitute CHEM 2210 (860:120) and CHEM 2230 (860:121) and CHEM 2220 (860:123) for CHEM 2040.

Minors

Chemistry Minor

Required
Chemistry and Biochemistry: 5-8
General Chemistry I
   and General Chemistry II
General Chemistry I-II
Electives14
Total Hours19-22

*Following are some suggested elective courses to complete the Chemistry Minor:

Applied Organic and Biochemistry
Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis
Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Physical Chemistry I
Physical Chemistry II
Biochemistry I
Biochemistry II

 



 

Biochemistry, B.S.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 1110 (860:044)4CHEM 1120 (860:048)4
MATH 1420 (800:060)4MATH 1421 (800:061)4
BIOL 2052 (840:052)4Liberal Arts9
Liberal Arts3 
 15 17
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2210 (860:120)3CHEM 2220 (860:123)3
CHEM 2310 (860:132)4CHEM 2230 (860:121)2
PHYSICS 1701 (880:130)4PHYSICS 1702 (880:131)4
Liberal Arts6BIOL 3140 (840:140)4
 Liberal Arts3
 17 16
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2110 (860:110)4CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)3
CHEM 4010/50101CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g)3
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)3CHEM 4530/5530 (860:156g)2
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)3Liberal Arts/Electives6
Liberal Arts/Electives5 
 16 14
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)4CHEM 3600 (860:180)1
CHEM 3600 (860:180)1CHEM 4440/5440 (860:143g)2
Biol OR Chem 3000/4000 Level Elective3Liberal Arts/Electives12
Liberal Arts/Electives8 
 16 15
Total credit hours: 126


 

Biochemistry, B.A.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
MATH 1140 (800:046)4CHEM 1120 (860:048)4
BIOL 2052 (840:052)4MATH 1420 (800:060)4
CHEM 1110 (860:044)4Liberal Arts Core6
Liberal Arts Core3 
 15 14
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2110 OR CHEM 23104CHEM 2220 (860:123)3
CHEM 2210 (860:120)3CHEM 2230 (860:121)2
PHYSICS 1511 (880:054)4PHYSICS 1512 (880:056)4
Liberal Arts Core3BIOL 3140 (840:140)4
 Liberal Arts Core3
 14 16
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Liberal Arts/Electives9CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g)3
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)3CHEM 4530/5530 (860:156g)2
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)3Liberal Arts/Electives11
 15 16
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
BIOL or CHEM 3000/4000 Elective3Electives15
CHEM 4010/50101 
Liberal Arts/Electives11 
 15 15
Total credit hours: 120

 

 

Chemistry, B.S.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 1110 (860:044)4CHEM 1120 (860:048)4
MATH 1420 (800:060)4MATH 1421 (800:061)4
Liberal Arts6Liberal Arts6
 14 14
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2210 (860:120)3CHEM 2110 (860:110)4
CHEM 2310 (860:132)4CHEM 2220 (860:123)3
PHYSICS 1701 (880:130)4CHEM 2230 (860:121)2
Liberal Arts6PHYSICS 1702 (880:131)4
 Liberal Arts/Electives3
 17 16
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 4010/50101Liberal Arts/Electives8
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)3CHEM 4110/5110 (860:145g)3
CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)3CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)3
CHEM 4610/5610 (860:149g)2CHEM 4440/5440 (860:143g)2
Liberal Arts/Electives7 
 16 16
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 3600 (860:180)1CHEM 3600 (860:180)1
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)4Chemistry Elective3
Liberal Arts/Electives12Liberal Arts/Electives12
 17 16
Total credit hours: 126

 

 

Chemistry, B.A.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 1110 (860:044)4CHEM 1120 (860:048)4
MATH 1140 (800:046)4MATH 1420 (800:060)4
Liberal Arts6Liberal Arts6
 14 14
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2210 (860:120)3CHEM 2110 (860:110)4
CHEM 2310 (860:132)4CHEM 2220 (860:123)3
MATH 1421 (800:061)4CHEM 2230 (860:121)2
PHYSICS 1701 (880:130)4PHYSICS 1702 (880:131)4
 Liberal Arts/Electives3
 15 16
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 4010/50101Liberal Arts/Electives12
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)3CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g)3
Liberal Arts/Electives12 
 16 15
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g)4Liberal Aarts/Electives15
Liberal Arts/Electives11 
 15 15
Total credit hours: 120

 

Chemistry Teaching, B.A.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 1110 (860:044)4CHEM 1120 (860:048)4
MATH 1140 (800:046)4COMM 1000 (48C:001)3
ENGLISH 1005 (620:005)3MATH 1420 (800:060)4
Liberal Arts Core3Liberal Arts Core3
 14 14
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 20404CHEM 2310 (860:132)4
PHYSICS 1511 (880:054)4PHYSICS 1512 (880:056)4
TEACHING 20171SPED 3150 (220:150)2
EDPSYCH 2030 (200:030)3Liberal Arts Core6
Liberal Arts Core3 
 15 16
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 2110 (860:110)4SCI ED 3200 (820:196)2
CHEM 4010/50101SCI ED 3300/5300 (820:190g)3
TEACHING 31281SOCFOUND 3119 (260:119)3
EDPSYCH 3148 (200:148)3Liberal Arts Core/Electives8
MEASRES 3150 (250:150)2 
Liberal Arts Core/Electives6 
 17 16
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g)3TEACHING 3138 (280:138)12
SCI ED 4700/5700 (820:193g)3 
TEACHING 4170/5170 (280:170g)3 
Liberal Arts Core/Electives7 
 16 12
Total credit hours: 120

Courses

CHEM 1010 (860:010). Principles of Chemistry — 4 hrs.

Basic concepts of chemistry, the periodic table and its relation to atomic structure and chemical properties. How the understanding of changes in matter and energy is important in both living and non-living systems. Work of the chemist and the interactions of chemistry with other activities of humankind. Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 2 periods. No credit for student with credit in any college chemistry course. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics. (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 1011 (860:011). Molecules and Life — 3 hrs.

Basic concepts of chemistry, with an emphasis on the structure and function of molecules in living systems. Discussion, 3 periods. No credit for student with credit in any college chemistry course. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics. (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 1020 (860:020). Chemical Technology — 4 hrs.

Basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry and their applications to industrial processes. Emphasis on application of chemical principles in materials, energy production and use, and environmental problems. Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 2 periods. No credit for student with credit in any college chemistry course. (Fall)

CHEM 1110 (860:044). General Chemistry I — 4 hrs.

Structure of matter, its physical properties and laws describing them, the periodic table and its relation to atomic structure and chemical properties, and non-metallic elements and their compounds. Students with extensive background in high school chemistry and mathematics may enter CHEM 1130 (860:070) following departmental advisement. Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): student must have satisfied university entrance requirements in English and Mathematics. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 1120 (860:048). General Chemistry II — 4 hrs.

Continuation of CHEM 1110 (860:044) with emphasis on chemistry of non-metals, metals, chemical and ionic equilibrium, and separation and identification of ions. Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 3 periods. For pre-professional students and science majors with a special interest in chemistry. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1110 (860:044) or equivalent. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 1130 (860:070). General Chemistry I-II — 5 hrs.

Accelerated course for well-prepared students. Content similar to CHEM 1110 (860:044) and CHEM 1120 (860:048) but covered in one semester. Completion satisfies General Chemistry requirement of any chemistry major. Discussion, 4 periods; lab, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): consent of department head. (Fall)

CHEM 1610 (860:030). Careers In Chemistry — 1 hr.

Presentations describing career opportunities and current areas of research in chemistry. Offered on credit/no credit basis only. No credit toward any major. Discussion, 1 period. (Spring)

CHEM 2040. Applied Organic and Biochemistry — 4 hrs.

Basic concepts in organic chemistry and biochemistry, including nomenclature, functional groups, reactivity, and macromolecules. No credit for students with credit in CHEM 2220 (860:123). Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1010 (860:010) or CHEM 1120 (860:048) or CHEM 1130 (860:070). (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 2110 (860:110). Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry — 4 hrs.

Properties, structures, reactions, and applications of elements and their most important compounds. Discussion, 3 periods; lab, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1120 (860:048) or CHEM 1130 (860:070). (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 2210 (860:120). Organic Chemistry I — 3 hrs.

Fundamentals of organic chemistry. For majors in the sciences and those preparing for medically-related careers. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1120 (860:048) or CHEM 1130 (860:070). (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 2220 (860:123). Organic Chemistry II — 3 hrs.

Continuation of CHEM 2210 (860:120). Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2210 (860:120). (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 2230 (860:121). Organic Chemistry Laboratory — 2 hrs.

Purification and identification techniques and some representative organic reactions. Lab, 6 periods. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CHEM 2210 (860:120). (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 2310 (860:132). Chromatography and Quantitative Analysis — 4 hrs.

Theory, technique, and calculations of volumetric and gravimetric analysis. Statistical treatment of data. Classical analytical procedures supplemented by chromatographic and instrumental techniques. Discussion, 2 periods; lab, 6 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1120 (860:048) or CHEM 1130 (860:070). (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 3600 (860:180). Undergraduate Research in Chemistry — 1-3 hrs.

May be repeated for maximum of 6 hours. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2230 (860:121); CHEM 2310 (860:132); consent of department head. Credit applied to B.S. Chemistry major requires additional prerequisite of CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g) or CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g). (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 4010/5010. Chemical Safety Seminar — 1 hr.

Overview of laboratory and chemical safety principles, including regulatory considerations. May not be used for credit toward a chemistry minor. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2040 or CHEM 2220 (860:123); junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 4110/5110 (860:145g). Inorganic Chemistry — 3 hrs.

Applications of principles of physical chemistry to inorganic systems, with emphasis on chemistry of transition elements. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2110 (860:110); CHEM 2210 (860:120); CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g); junior standing. (Fall)

CHEM 4150/5150. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry — 3 hrs.

Coordination chemistry, organometallics, materials chemistry, or other advanced topics in inorganic chemistry. May be repeated on different topics with consent of instructor. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4110/5110 (860:145g) or consent of instructor; junior standing. (Odd Springs)

CHEM 4200/5200 (860:144g). Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology — 3 hrs.

Introduction to nanoscale materials and processes; types of materials; chemical bonding and nanoscale interactions; nanoscale microscopy and spectroscopic methods of investigation. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1110 (860:044) and CHEM 1120 (860:048) (or CHEM 1130 (860:070)); PHYSICS 1511 (880:054) or PHYSICS 1701 (880:130); PHYSICS 1512 (880:056) or PHYSICS 1702 (880:131); junior standing. (Same as PHYSICS 4200/5200 (880:144g)) (Fall)

CHEM 4210/5210 (860:148g). Intermediate Nanoscience and Nanotechnology — 3 hrs.

Study of nanoscale materials and processes, with emphasis on nanoscale microscopy and other experimental methods of investigation and control on the nanoscale. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4200/5200 (860:144g)/PHYSICS 4200/5200 (880:144g); junior standing. (Same as PHYSICS 4210/5210 (880:148g)) (Odd Springs)

CHEM 4220/5220 (860:161g). Organic Structure Analysis — 3 hrs.

Use of infrared and ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, proton and carbon magnetic resonance, mass spectrometry, and other physical and chemical methods for assignment of structure to organic compounds. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2230 (860:121); CHEM 2310 (860:132); junior standing; consent of department head. Credit applied to B.S. Chemistry major requires additional prerequisite of CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g) or CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g). (Odd Falls)

CHEM 4250/5250. Advanced Organic Chemistry — 3 hrs.

Product analysis, kinetics, and mechanism of organic reactions. May be repeated on different topics with consent of instructor. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2220 (860:123); CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g); or consent of instructor; junior standing. (Even Falls)

CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g). Instrumental Analysis — 4 hrs.

Application of physical chemical principles to theory and practice of instrumental methods of analysis such as spectrophotometric, electroanalytical, chromatographic, and computerized techniques. Discussion, 2 periods; lab, 6 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2210 (860:120); CHEM 2310 (860:132); CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g). (Spring)

CHEM 4350/5350. Advanced Analytical Chemistry — 3-4 hrs.

Chromatography, spectroscopy, electrochemistry, or other advanced topics in analytical chemistry. May be repeated on different topics with consent of instructor. Discussion, 3 periods; if offered for 4 hours, lab 3 additional periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4310/5310 (860:137g); CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g); CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g); or consent of instructor; junior standing. (Even Springs)

CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g). Physical Chemistry I — 3 hrs.

Application of quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, and kinetics to chemical behavior on the microscopic and macroscopic scales. Discussion of the harmonic oscillator, atoms and molecules, spectroscopy, energy changes during reactions, chemical equilibrium and reaction mechanisms. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1120 (860:048) or CHEM 1130 (860:070); MATH 1420 (800:060); PHYSICS 1512 (880:056) or PHYSICS 1702 (880:131); junior standing. (Fall)

CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g). Physical Chemistry II — 3 hrs.

Continued applications of quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, and kinetics to chemical behavior. Relationships between thermodynamic energies, properties of mixtures, angular momentum, multielectron systems, the Boltzmann distribution, and the kinetic theory of gases. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g), MATH 1421 (800:061); junior standing. (Spring)

CHEM 4440/5440 (860:143g). Physical Chemistry Laboratory — 2 hrs.

Physical measurement techniques in chemistry. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2310 (860:132); CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g). (Spring)

CHEM 4450/5450. Advanced Physical Chemistry — 3 hrs.

Molecular structure, chemical kinetics, quantum mechanics, or other advanced topics in physical chemistry. May be repeated on different topics with consent of instructor. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4420/5420 (860:140g); CHEM 4430/5430 (860:141g); or consent of instructor; junior standing. (Odd Falls)

CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g). Biochemistry I — 3 hrs.

Structure and function of biologically important molecules including amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids, and enzyme kinetics. Lecture, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): C- in CHEM 2220 (860:123); junior standing. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g). Biochemistry II — 3 hrs.

Continuation of CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g)/5510. Bioenergetics; intermediary metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, and amino acids; macromolecular biosynthesis; and current topics in biochemistry. Lecture, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g); junior standing. (Spring)

CHEM 4530/5530 (860:156g). Biochemistry Laboratory — 2 hrs.

Introduction to biochemical methodology. Chromatographic and electrophoretic purifications of proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids; chemical characterizations of amino acids, peptides, carbohydrates, and fatty acids; study of enzyme kinetics. Lab, 6 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g). (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 4550/5550. Advanced Biochemistry — 3 hrs.

Amino acid and nucleotide biosynthesis and degradation, signal transduction, or other advanced topics in biochemistry. May be repeated on different topics with consent of instructor. Discussion, 3 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4510/5510 (860:154g); CHEM 4520/5520 (860:155g); junior standing. (Odd Falls)

CHEM 4610/5610 (860:149g). Advanced Synthesis Laboratory — 2 hrs.

Advanced techniques in synthesis, purification, and characterization of organic and inorganic compounds. Discussion, 2 periods; lab, 4 periods. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2110 (860:110); CHEM 2230 (860:121); junior standing. Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CHEM 2220 (860:123). (Fall)

CHEM 4620/5620. Special Problems in Chemistry — 1-6 hrs.

Credit determined at registration. Problems selected according to needs of students. Prerequisite(s): consent of department head; junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 4630/5630. Research Methods and Chemical Literature — 1-3 hrs.

Concepts and procedures for developing a chemical research problem; use and importance of chemical literature. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

CHEM 4650/5650. Corporate Chemistry — 3 hrs.

Survey of the major fields of industrial chemistry, with an introduction to the most important chemicals from a corporate perspective and their production and uses. Includes study and discussion of corporate economics, regulatory environment, and environmental issues. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Spring)

CHEM 6289 (860:289). Seminar — 1 hr.

Current topics in chemistry. May be repeated.

CHEM 6299 (860:299). Research.

Prerequisite(s): consent of department. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

CHEM 629R (860:29R). Directed Research.

(Fall and Spring)