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Summer Term 2014 Offerings

CHM 211-10 Chemical Principles I
Topics covered include the following: stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, aqueous solution chemistry, gases, liquids and solid state, and solution properties. Designed for students in science-oriented careers (e.g., chemistry, biology, premedical, prephysical therapy). Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: high school chemistry.

June 9–July 5, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:00–11:15 a.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 236
Lab: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
12:00–3:00 p.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 222
Michelle S. Applebee

CHM 211-11 Chemical Principles I
.75 credit (Lecture only)
Topics covered include the following: stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, aqueous solution chemistry, gases, liquids and solid state, and solution properties. Designed for students in science-oriented careers (e.g., chemistry, biology, premedical, prephysical therapy). Prerequisite: high school chemistry; consent of the instructor.

June 9–July 5, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:00–11:15 a.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 236
Michelle S. Applebee

CHM 212-20 Chemical Principles II
Topics include the following: thermodynamics, kinetics, equilibrium applied to acid base theory and solubility, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, descriptive chemistry of selected elements, and coordination chemistry. Designed for students in science-oriented careers. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: CHM 211 or equivalent.

July 7–August 2, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:00–11:15 a.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 236
Lab: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
12:00–3:00 p.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 222
Michelle S. Applebee

CHM 212-21 Chemical Principles II
.75 credit (Lecture only)
Topics include the following: thermodynamics, kinetics, equilibrium applied to acid base theory and solubility, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, descriptive chemistry of selected elements, and coordination chemistry. Designed for students in science-oriented careers. Prerequisite: CHM 211 or equivalent; consent of the instructor.

July 7–August 2, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:00–11:15 a.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 236
Michelle S. Applebee

CHM 311-10 Organic Chemistry I
Emphasizes the fundamental principles necessary for understanding synthetic applications. The basic functional groups are discussed with respect to bonding, properties, preparations and reactions. Reaction mechanisms are studied and applied to specific cases. Stereochemistry is studied. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: CHM 212 or equivalent.

June 9–July 5, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30–10:30 a.m., Location: Schaible Science Center, Room 203
Lab: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
10:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 204
Debbie Mulhearn

CHM 312-20 Organic Chemistry II
A continuation of functional group study with emphasis on synthetic applications. Methods of structure proof (IR, UV, NMR, mass spectroscopy). Includes laboratory with emphasis on synthetic and physical organic experiments. Prerequisite: CHM 311.

July 7–August 2, 2014
Lecture: Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 203
Lab: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
10:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m., Schaible Science Center Lab, Room 204
Eugene N. Losey

 

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