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Kent State University Catalog 2021-2022CHEMISTRY (CHEM)CHEM 00020 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY 2 Credit HoursProblem-based introduction to the fundamentals of chemistry includingsignificant figures, unit conversions, measurement, structure of matter,energy, composition of matter, atomic structure, the periodic table,introduction to bonding, and the formulas and names of both ionic andcovalent compounds. Course does not count toward graduation.Prerequisite: Math ACT score of 18; or ALEKS math assessment score of45; or minimum C grade in any MATH course.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 10030 CHEMISTRY IN OUR WORLD (KBS) 3 Credit HoursA course for non-science majors that utilizes environmental andconsumer topics to introduce chemical principles and develop criticalthinking skills.Prerequisite: None.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Transfer Module Natural SciencesCHEM 10031 CHEMISTRY IN OUR WORLD LABORATORY (KBS) (KLAB)1 Credit HourDiscovery-based experiments to introduce chemical principles anddevelop critical-thinking skills. A course for non-science majors; includeschemistry that is related to environmental and consumer issues.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 10030.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 3 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Kent Core Basic Sciences Lab,Transfer Module Natural SciencesCHEM 10050 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY (KBS) 3 Credit HoursBasic concepts of chemistry (including atomic structure, chemicalbonding and reactions) necessary for courses in elementary organicchemistry and physiological chemistry. Students may only receive credittoward graduation for one of the following: CHEM 10050; or CHEM 10060and CHEM 10061; or CHEM 10970 and CHEM 10971.Prerequisite: Minimum 16 ACT math score or MATH 10675 orMATH 11009 or MATH 11010 or MATH 11012 or MATH 12002 orMATH 12011 or MATH 12021.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Transfer Module Natural SciencesCHEM 10052 INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (KBS) 2Credit HoursChemistry of organic and biological molecules necessary for the studyof physiological chemistry. Students may only receive credit towardgraduation for one of the following: CHEM 10052; or CHEM 20481 andCHEM 20482; or CHEM 30481 and CHEM 30482.Prerequisite: CHEM 10050 or 10060.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Transfer Module Natural Sciences1CHEM 10053 INORGANIC AND ORGANIC LABORATORY (KBS) (KLAB)1 Credit HourLaboratory with experiments covering material from CHEM 10050 and10052. Students may only receive credit toward graduation for one of thefollowing: CHEM 10053; or CHEM 10062 and CHEM 10063.Prerequisite: CHEM 10050.Corequisite: CHEM 10052.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 3 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Kent Core Basic Sciences Lab,Transfer Module Natural SciencesCHEM 10055 MOLECULES OF LIFE (KBS) 3 Credit HoursAn integrated introduction to molecular systems and their participation inthe processes of life.Prerequisite: None.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic SciencesCHEM 10060 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (KBS) 4 Credit HoursCHEM 10060 is a college-level chemistry course for science majors,focusing on fundamental concepts and the development of problemsolving strategies and critical thinking. Students will be introduced toa variety of concepts in modern chemistry, emphasizing stoichiometry,introduction to chemical reactions, thermochemistry, atomic structure,periodicity, molecular structure, chemical bonding, and behavior of gases.Classroom time will be divided into lectures, discussions, and problemsolving activities to enable students to develop both foundationalknowledge and analytical skills. This course must be delivered in a faceto-face mode. Students may only receive credit toward graduation for oneof the following courses: CHEM 10050 or CHEM 10055 or CHEM 10060 orCHEM 10970 or CHEM 11060.Prerequisite: Minimum 67 ALEKS math score or higher; or ACT MATHscore of 27 or higher; or minimum C grade in the following: MATH 11010;or MATH 10775; or MATH 10675; or MATH 11009; or MATH 10772; or apre/co-requisite of MATH 11022 or MATH 12002 or MATH 12021.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, TAG ScienceCHEM 10061 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (KBS) 4 Credit HoursContinuation of CHEM 10060, emphasizing intermolecular forces,properties of mixtures, main group chemistry, kinetics, equilibrium, acidbase chemistry, thermodynamics and electrochemistry. Students mayonly receive credit toward graduation for one of the following courses:CHEM 10050 or CHEM 10055 or CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in either CHEM 10060 or CHEM 10970 orCHEM 11060.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, TAG ScienceChemistry (CHEM)1

2Kent State University Catalog 2020-2021CHEM 10062 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY (KBS) (KLAB) 1Credit HourLaboratory covering pertinent aspects of CHEM 10060. Three hoursweekly. Students may only receive credit toward graduation for one of thefollowing courses: CHEM 10053 or CHEM 10062.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 10060 or CHEM 10970.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 3 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Kent Core Basic Sciences Lab, TAGScienceCHEM 10063 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY (KBS) (KLAB) 1Credit HourLaboratory covering pertinent aspects of CHEM 10061, includingqualitative analysis. Students may only receive credit toward graduationfor one of the following courses: CHEM 10053 or CHEM 10063.Prerequisite: CHEM 10062.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 3 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences, Kent Core Basic Sciences Lab, TAGScienceCHEM 10970 HONORS GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (KBS) 4 Credit HoursRigorous general chemistry course for qualified students. Stoichiometry,equilibrium, thermochemistry, atomic structure and chemical bonding,descriptive inorganic and nuclear chemistry.Prerequisite: Special approval.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic SciencesCHEM 10971 HONORS GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (KBS) 4 CreditHoursA continuation of CHEM 10970. Topics include properties of mixtures,properties of the elements, periodic patterns, organic compounds,kinetics, equilibrium, thermodynamics and electrochemistry.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 10970.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic Sciences2Chemistry (CHEM)CHEM 11060 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I BOOST (KBS) 6 Credit Hours(Equivalent to CHEM 10060.) CHEM 11060 is a college-level chemistrycourse for science majors with extended time devoted to fundamentalconcepts and the development of problem-solving strategies and criticalthinking. Students will be introduced to a variety of concepts in modernchemistry, emphasizing stoichiometry, introduction to chemical reactions,thermochemistry, atomic structure, periodicity, molecular structure,chemical bonding, and behavior of gases. This course includes 5 lecturesessions and 1 recitation session per week. Classroom time will bedivided into lectures, discussions, and problem-solving activities toenable students to develop both foundational knowledge and analyticalskills. Recitation sessions will include problem-solving with an emphasison developing core skills. This course must be delivered in a face-to-facemode. The endpoint of this course is identical to that of CHEM 10060.Students may only receive credit toward graduation for one of thefollowing courses: CHEM 10050 or CHEM 10055 or CHEM 10060 orCHEM 10970 or CHEM 11060.Prerequisite: ALEKS math score of 45 or higher and a pre/co-requisiteof MATH 11010 or MATH 10775 or MATH 11009; or a pre-requisite ofMATH 10675 (minimum C grade) or MATH 10772 (minimum C grade).Schedule Type: Lecture, RecitationContact Hours: 5 lecture, 1 otherGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Kent Core Basic SciencesCHEM 20050 CAREER PATHWAYS IN CHEMISTRY 1 Credit HourDesigned to introduce students to the wide range of career pathwaysavailable in chemistry. Students will learn different strategies foridentifying and pursuing career opportunities, and will developtheir communication skills through writing assignments and oralpresentations.Prerequisite: None.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 1 lectureGrade Mode: Satisfactory/UnsatisfactoryCHEM 20095 SPECIAL TOPICS 1-3 Credit Hours(Repeatable for credit) Selected topics in chemistry.Prerequisite: Special approval.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 1-3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 20098 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL RESEARCH (ELR) 1-3Credit HoursResearch experience for freshmen and sophomores. Registration requiresprior approval of the research director. Does not count toward theelectives for the BS or BA chemistry degree. A written report is required.Prerequisite: Minimum overall 2.500 GPA in Chemistry and specialapproval.Schedule Type: ResearchContact Hours: 1-3 otherGrade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory-IPAttributes: Experiential Learning Requirement

Kent State University Catalog 2021-2022CHEM 20481 BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 4 Credit HoursSurvey of the structure, preparation and reactions (includingmechanisms) of organic compounds emphasizing the chemistry ofbiologically important functional groups. Students may only receivecredit toward graduation for one of the following courses: CHEM 10052 orCHEM 10055 or CHEM 20481 or CHEM 30481.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: TAG ScienceCHEM 20482 BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 2 Credit HoursContinuation of CHEM 20481, emphasizing the chemistry of functionalgroups prevalent in biological chemistry. Students may only receive credittoward graduation for one of the following courses: CHEM 10052 orCHEM 10055 or CHEM 20482 or CHEM 30482.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 20481.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: TAG ScienceCHEM 30050 INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 2 CreditHoursThis course provides an introduction to materials and their applications.It serves as the initiation for the materials chemistry concentration.Prerequisite: CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971; and CHEM 30481 andPHY 23101.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 30105 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I 3 Credit HoursCovers the fundamental theory, experimental methods, and applicationsof analytical chemistry principles in chemistry as well as other relateddisciplines such as life sciences and environmental science. It coversanalytical measurements, experimental error, statistics, chemicalequilibrium and titration, spectrometry as well as analytical separationtechniques. Prerequisite: CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 30106 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II 2 Credit HoursCovers the theoretical basis and experimental methods of analyticalchemistry not considered in Analytical Chemistry I (CHEM 30105),such as noise reduction, advanced chemical equilibria and titrations,electrochemistry, atomic spectroscopy, instrumental design, and samplepreparation.Prerequisite: CHEM 30105.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard Letter3CHEM 30107 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I (WIC) 1Credit HourFundamental laboratory class for analytical chemistry. Provides handson experience to students on the subjects including data treatment,volumetric analysis, spectrophotometry, separation techniques and massspectroscopy.Prerequisite: CHEM 10063.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 30105.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 3 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Writing Intensive CourseCHEM 30108 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II (WIC) 2Credit HoursAdvanced analytical chemistry laboratory class which covers a broadrange of modern analytical techniques, including ion-selective electrodes,voltammetry, atomic spectroscopy, mass-spectrometry and capillaryelectrophoresis. Unlike Analytic Chemistry Laboratory I (CHEM 30107)this class focuses on forensic rather than bioanalytical applications.Prerequisite: CHEM 30105.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 30107.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 6 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Writing Intensive CourseCHEM 30284 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 4 CreditHoursChemistry and metabolism of biochemically important compounds;nature of enzyme action; metabolic regulation and bioenergetics.Prerequisite: CHEM 20481; or CHEM 30481 and CHEM 30482.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 30301 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 2 Credit HoursChemistry of hydrogen, ions in aqueous solution, redox reactions,coordination complexes: d-block chemistry, crystal field model, electronicspectra and magnetism, introduction to organometallic chemistry,periodic trends for p-block elements.Prerequisite: CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 2 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 30475 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I (ELR) 1 CreditHourPractical experience in organic laboratory techniques on both micro- andmacroscale: physical methods for purification and characterization oforganic compounds, introduction to organic reactions.Prerequisite: CHEM 10063.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 20481 or 30481.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 1 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: Experiential Learning Requirement, TAG ScienceChemistry (CHEM)3

4Kent State University Catalog 2020-2021CHEM 30476 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II 1 Credit HourContinuation of CHEM 30475, involving multi-step organic experimentsthat utilize techniques introduced in CHEM 30475.Prerequisite: CHEM 30475.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 20482 or 30482.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 1 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterAttributes: TAG ScienceCHEM 40099 SENIOR HONORS THESIS (ELR) 1-10 Credit Hours(Repeatable for credit)For departmental honors may be started summerprior to senior year. Register each semester during senior year. Minimumtotal credit 5-hours.Prerequisite: Departmental and honors college approval.Schedule Type: Senior Project/Honors ThesisContact Hours: 1-10 otherGrade Mode: Standard Letter-IPAttributes: Experiential Learning RequirementCHEM 30481 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 3 Credit HoursIntroduction to organic chemistry from structural, mechanistic andsynthetic viewpoints with an emphasis on the chemistry of biologicallyrelevant functional groups. Students may only receive credit towardgraduation for one of the following courses: CHEM 10052 or CHEM 10055or CHEM 20481 or CHEM 30481.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 10061 or CHEM 10971.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40109 BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 3 Credit Hours(Slashed with CHEM 50109 and CHEM 70109) Covers traditional as wellas newly emerging topics in the field of bioanalytical chemistry. Providesan overview of the fundamental biological targets for bioanalyticalassays, such as lipids, peptides, proteins, nucleic acids and cells. Brieflyintroduces traditional tools, such as chromatography, electrophoresis,mass spectrometry, fluorescence techniques, immunoassays, andbiosensors. Discusses approaches most recently developed in the field,which include lab-on-a-chip and single molecule techniques.Prerequisite: CHEM 30105.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 30284 or CHEM 40245 or CHEM 40261.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 30482 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 3 Credit HoursContinuation of CHEM 30481; organic chemistry from mechanistic andsynthetic viewpoints; IR and NMR spectroscopy; mass spectrometry.Students may only receive credit toward graduation for one of thefollowing courses: CHEM 10052 or CHEM 10055 or CHEM 20482 orCHEM 30482.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 30481.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40053 MATERIALS CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 2 Credit HoursExploration of the synthesis, characterization and application of inorganicand organic materials.Prerequisite: CHEM 30050.Schedule Type: LaboratoryContact Hours: 2 labGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40092 INTERNSHIP IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY (ELR)1-9 Credit Hours(Repeatable for credit) Workplace experience in chemistry orbiochemistry relevant to a student's career objectives. Includes careeradvising and job search strategies. Comprehensive written report andpresentation of activities required after completion of internship.Prerequisite: Junior standing; and special approval.Schedule Type: Practical ExperienceContact Hours: 3-27 otherGrade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory-IPAttributes: Experiential Learning RequirementCHEM 40093 VARIABLE TITLE WORKSHOP IN CHEMISTRYCredit Hours(Repeatable for credit) Variable titled workshop in chemistry.Prerequisite: Special approval.Schedule Type: WorkshopContact Hours: 1-6 otherGrade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory4Chemistry (CHEM)1-6CHEM 40110 ANALYTICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY 3 Credit Hours(Slashed with CHEM 50110 and CHEM 70110) Survey of moderntechniques in and associated with mass spectrometry, includinghistorical perspectives, strengths and weaknesses, detection andquantification of analytes, ionization source and mass analyzer design,as well as construction of associated technologies including vacuumsystems, ion detection, and ion optics. Ion formation processes will alsobe discussed.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 30105; and a minimum C gradein MATH 12002 or MATH 12021.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40113 CHEMICAL SEPARATIONS 3 Credit Hours(Cross-listed with CHEM 50113 and CHEM 70113) Theory,instrumentation and applications of chemical separations for chemicalanalysis with an emphasis on gas and liquid chromatography.Prerequisite: CHEM 30106.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40116 SPECTROCHEMICAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS 3 CreditHours(Slashed with CHEM 50116 and CHEM 70116) Presented materialis designed to familiarize students with fundamental concepts inspectrochemical analyses, mainly in the form of optical spectroscopicmethods. Design and construction of spectroscopic instruments,detection and quantification of analytes, interaction of electromagneticradiation with molecules, as well as collection and processing ofanalytical signals will be presented.Prerequisite: Minimum C grade in CHEM 30105; and a minimum C gradein MATH 12002 or MATH 12021.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard Letter

Kent State University Catalog 2021-2022CHEM 40195 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRYCredit Hours(Repeatable for credit) Selected topics in analytical chemistry.Prerequisite: Special approval.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 1-3 lectureGrade Mode: Standard Letter1-3CHEM 40245 BIOCHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MEDICINE 4 CreditHours(Slashed with CHEM 50245) Chemistry and metabolism of biologicallyimportant compounds; enzyme catalysis; metabolic regulation, inbornand induced errors of metabolism. Does not count toward the BSChemistry (Biochemistry Concentration) or BS Chemistry (BiochemistryPre-Medicine, Pre-Osteopathy, Pre-Dentistry Concentration)Prerequisite: CHEM 30481.Pre/corequisite: CHEM 30482.Schedule Type: LectureContact Hours: 4 lectureGrade Mode: Standard LetterCHEM 40248 ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 3 Credit Hours(Slashed with CHEM 50248 and CHEM 70248) Supra-molecularstructures of DNA, advanced topics in DNA replication, recombinat

bonding and reactions) necessary for courses in elementary organic chemistry and physiological chemistry. Students may only receive credit toward graduation for one of the following: CHEM 10050; or CHEM 10060 and CHEM 10061; or CHEM 10970 and CHEM 10971.

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