ChemistryChemistryChemistry Track:CHEM 0330CHEM 0350CHEM 0360CHEM 0500CHEM 0970CHEM 0980CHEM 1140CHEM 1150Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureOrganic ChemistryOrganic ChemistryInorganic ChemistryUndergraduate ResearchUndergraduate ResearchPhysical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Thermodynamics andStatistical MechanicsCHEM 1160Physical Chemistry Laboratory3MATH 0180 or equivalentTwo Physics courses1Seven electives (at least three must be in Chemistry)ChairLai-Sheng WangThe Department of Chemistry maintains pedagogical and researchstrengths in organic, inorganic, theoretical and experimental physicalchemistry, analytical chemistry, chemical biology and nanochemistry.Faculty, post-doctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate studentscollaboratively pursue interdisciplinary research within the department,enhanced by the partnerships with colleagues in the medicine, biology,geology, physics and engineering.For additional information, please visit the department's website: http://www.brown.edu/academics/chemistry/Chemistry Concentration RequirementsTotal CreditsThe Chemistry concentration offers courses and research opportunitiesthat range from fundamental studies involving the characterizationand preparation of synthetic and naturally occurring molecules, tointerdisciplinary studies at the interfaces of chemistry with biology,medicine, physics, engineering, and nanoscience. As early as their firstyear, undergraduates are able to work one-on-one or in small groups withfaculty members on cutting edge research projects. The Sc.B. degreeprovides a thorough foundation for further graduate study or for entrylevel technical positions in each area. Students seeking the Sc.B. mayeither pursue the standard Chemistry concentration or one of the twooptional tracks: Chemical Biology or Materials Chemistry. Students mayalso pursue the A.B. degree in Chemistry, which provides a core educationin the discipline.11111112Total Credits9Total Credits12Note that the physical chemistry courses (CHEM 1140, CHEM 1150,CHEM 1160) have mathematics and physics prerequisites.At least one must be a chemistry course. BIOL 0280 is credited as achemistry elective for chemistry concentration purposes. Non CHEMelectives are upper level science/math courses with a significantmolecular focus or those that cover tools/techniques that are of utilityto a chemist. You should discuss your elective choices with theConcentration Advisor to craft a course of study that is appropriate foryour interests.Standard program for the Sc.B. degreeThe Chemistry Department offers three tracks for the Sc.B. ChemistryConcentration – a Chemistry track, a Chemical Biology track and aMaterials Chemistry track. These tracks are not separate concentrations– your degree will still be an Sc.B. in Chemistry. The Chemical Biologytrack is designed for students who have a strong interest in the interfaceof chemistry with biology. The Materials Chemistry track is designed forstudents who have a strong interest in the interface of chemistry withnanoscience and materials science. The expectation is that coursesrequired for the concentration will be taken for a letter grade.Concentrating in Chemistry – Three tracksThe required/recommended courses for the three tracks are given below.1127Chemical Biology Track:Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureOrganic ChemistryOrganic ChemistryInorganic Chemistry1Physical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and1Statistical Mechanics1CHEM 1160Physical Chemistry Laboratory2Two advanced science/math electives.Standard program for the A.B. degree1111111119CHEM 0330Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureCHEM 0350Organic ChemistryCHEM 0360Organic ChemistryCHEM 0500Inorganic ChemistryCHEM 0970Undergraduate ResearchCHEM 0980Undergraduate ResearchCHEM 1140Physical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryCHEM 1230Chemical BiologyCHEM 1240BiochemistryBIOL 0280Biochemistry3MATH 0180 or equivalentTwo Physics courses4Select three of the following:BIOL 0470GeneticsBIOL 0500Cell and Molecular BiologyBIOL 0510Introductory MicrobiologyBIOL 0530Principles of ImmunologyBIOL 0800Principles of PhysiologyNEUR 1020Principles of Neurobiology1Three other electivesCHEM 0330CHEM 0350CHEM 0360CHEM 0500CHEM 1140CHEM 115011111111111123319Materials Chemistry Track:CHEM 0330CHEM 0350CHEM 0360CHEM 0500CHEM 0970CHEM 0980CHEM 1060CHEM 1140CHEM 1150Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureOrganic ChemistryOrganic ChemistryInorganic ChemistryUndergraduate ResearchUndergraduate Research2Advanced Inorganic ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and2Statistical MechanicsCHEM 1700Nanoscale Materials: Synthesis andApplications3MATH 0180 or equivalent2Two Physics coursesOne of the following coursesBIOL 1090Polymer Science for Biomaterials (or)BIOL 1120/Biomaterials (or)BIOL 1140Tissue Engineering (or)Chemistry11111111111211
2ChemistryENGN 1470Structure & Properties of NonmetallicMaterials (or)ENGN 1490Biomaterials (or)1Five electives, at least two must be chemistry courses.Total Credits1234519BIOL 0280 is credited as a chemistry elective for the chemistryconcentration. Non CHEM electives are upper level science/mathcourses with a significant molecular focus or those that cover tools/techniques that are of utility to a chemist. You should discuss yourelective choices with the Concentration Advisor to craft a course ofstudy that is appropriate for your interests.For students with a more Engineering bent, the following substitutionscan be made - ENGN 0030/ENGN 0040 can be substituted for PHYS;ENGN 0410 can be substituted for CHEM 1060; ENGN 0720 forCHEM 1150.NOTE: MATH 0180 has additional prerequisites.NOTE: Many of the BIOL courses have BIOL 0200 as a prerequisite.In each of these cases, CHEM 0970/CHEM 0980 should be carried outwith a faculty member with an appointment in the Chemistry Department.Research with faculty advisors outside Chemistry may be allowed in somespecial cases. In this event, the student should speak with a concentrationadvisor to discuss this possibility.Honors Requirements for ChemistryAll ScB Chemistry concentrators, and any AB concentrator who completesthe following requirements, are candidates for Honors; no separateapplication is necessary.The requirements for Honors in Chemistry are:* A strong grade record in concentration courses. This means a gradepoint average for the concentration that is higher than 3.50.* Two semesters of Independent Study (CHEM 0970, CHEM 0980 orequivalent. Guidelines and requirements associated with IndependentStudy are in the Undergraduate Concentration Handbook which canbe found at the department website duate/).* A Thesis in a form approved by the research advisor, and recommendedby the research advisor. Additional information about thesis guidelineswill be provided by the Concentration Advisor in the first half of the fallsemester.* A Poster presentation at the chemistry department's springundergraduate poster session.Biochemistry & Molecular BiologyConcentration RequirementsHow does life work at the molecular level? This question is at the coreof the concentration program Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Inearlier years of this discipline, the focus was on structure and function ofproteins, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates and small molecules suchas vitamins. Today the logical approach and tools of biochemical scienceare being expanded to new areas in neuroscience, developmental biology,immunology, pharmacology and synthetic biology (the design of analogsof biological systems). Training in biochemistry begins with a foundationin mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. Some courses offered inother departments, including engineering, geology and computer science,are also useful. A key component of this program is the year of hands-onresearch carried out in collaboration with a faculty member here at Brown.Faculty sponsors are drawn from both the Chemistry Department and theDivision of Biology and Medicine, and include basic science and clinicalfaculty.Standard program for the Sc.B. degreeStudents must take twenty courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics,and physics, including the following core requirements, some of these maybe fulfilled with AP credits.2ChemistryThree courses in mathematics including two courses inMATH 0090/0100 or MATH 0170/0180 with a third class in1statistics, math, or computer science1Two courses in physics, typically:PHYS 0030Basic Physics Aor PHYS 0050 Foundations of Mechanicsor ENGN 0030 Introduction to EngineeringPHYS 0040Basic Physics Bor PHYS 0060 Foundations of Electromagnetism and ModernPhysicsor ENGN 0040 Dynamics and VibrationsThree courses in physical and organic chemistry:CHEM 0330Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureCHEM 0350/0360 Organic ChemistryOne course in biophysical chemistry:CHEM 0400Biophysical and Bioinorganic Chemistry2Four courses in biochemistry:BIOL 0280BiochemistryBIOL 0285Inquiry in Biochemistry: From Gene toProtein FunctionPlus two of three upper level biochemistry courses:BIOL 1270Advanced Biochemistryor CHEM 1230 Chemical Biologyor CHEM 1240 BiochemistryThe two semester research requirement may be satisfiedby any two of the following. Students should discussalternative arrangements or special situations directly with theirconcentration advisor to obtain prior approval.BIOL 1950Directed Research/Independent StudyBIOL 1960Directed Research/Independent StudyCHEM 0970Undergraduate ResearchCHEM 0980Undergraduate ResearchSelect biology or chemistry COEX courses (BIOL 0190R,BIOL 0190S, BIOL 0440, BIOL 0600, BIOL 0940G,CHEM 0500)A summer research experience with faculty in Biology orChemistry at Brown equivalent or greater in scope and scaleto work the student would pursue in a Biology or Chemistryindependent study course to satisfy one semester of theresearch requirement.Suggested Elective Courses:Students are required to take five courses from the chartbelow or, with approval from a concentration advisor, from anyscience or mathematics course relevant to biochemistry, cell and3molecular biology.Applied Mathematics Electives:APMA 0330Methods of Applied Mathematics IAPMA 0410Mathematical Methods in the BrainSciencesAPMA 0650Essential StatisticsBiology Electives:BIOL 0030Principles of NutritionBIOL 0150DTechniques in Regenerative Medicine:Cells, Scaffolds and StainingBIOL 0170Biotechnology in MedicineBIOL 0190RPhage Hunters, Part IBIOL 0190SPhage Hunters, Part IIBIOL 0200The Foundation of Living SystemsBIOL 0380The Ecology and Evolution of InfectiousDiseaseBIOL 0415Microbes in the Environment3231425
ChemistryBIOL 0440BIOL 0470BIOL 0500BIOL 0510BIOL 0530BIOL 0800BIOL 1050BIOL 1090BIOL 1100BIOL 1110BIOL 1120BIOL 1150BIOL 1200BIOL 1210BIOL 1260BIOL 1290BIOL 1300BIOL 1310BIOL 1330BIOL 1520BIOL 1540BIOL 1560BIOL 1600Inquiry in Plant Biology: Analysis of PlantGrowth, Reproduction and AdaptiveResponsesGeneticsCell and Molecular BiologyIntroductory MicrobiologyPrinciples of ImmunologyPrinciples of PhysiologyBiology of the Eukaryotic CellPolymer Science for BiomaterialsCell Physiology and BiophysicsTopics in Signal TransductionBiomaterialsStem Cell EngineeringProtein Biophysics and StructureSynthetic Biological SystemsPhysiological PharmacologyCancer BiologyBiomolecular Interactions: Health, Diseaseand Drug DesignDevelopmental BiologyBiology of ReproductionInnate ImmunityMolecular GeneticsVirologyDevelopment of Vaccines to InfectiousDiseasesDrug and Gene DeliveryThe Biology of AgingBIOL 2110BIOL 2350Chemistry Electives:CHEM 0500Inorganic ChemistryCHEM 1140Physical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryCHEM 1150Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics andStatistical MechanicsCHEM 1220Computational Tools in Biochemistry andChemical BiologyCHEM 1230Chemical BiologyCHEM 1240BiochemistryCHEM 1450Advanced Organic ChemistryCHEM 2420Organic ReactionsComputer Science Electives:CSCI 0080A First Byte of Computer ScienceCSCI 0150Introduction to Object-OrientedProgramming and Computer ScienceCSCI 0160Introduction to Algorithms and DataStructuresCSCI 0170Computer Science: An IntegratedIntroductionCSCI 0180Computer Science: An IntegratedIntroductionCSCI 1810Computational Molecular BiologyEngineering Electives:ENGN 0410Materials Science4Neuroscience Electives:NEUR 0010The Brain: An Introduction toNeuroscienceNEUR 0650Biology of HearingNEUR 1020Principles of NeurobiologyNEUR 1030Neural SystemsNEUR 1040Introduction to NeurogeneticsNEUR 1670NEUR 17403Neuropharmacology and SynapticTransmissionThe Diseased Brain: Mechanisms ofNeurological and Psychiatric DisordersPhysics Electives:PHYS 0160Introduction to Relativity, Waves andQuantum PhysicsPublic Health Electives:PHP 1501Essentials of Data AnalysisTotal Credits123420Note that the mathematics and physics requirements may be satisfiedby Advanced Placement credit.BIOL 0285 is required for the class of 2022 onward. Students inthe classes of 2019-2021 are required to take only three courses inbiochemistry yet may take BIOL 0285 as an elective.Students in the classes of 2019-2021 are required to take sixelectives. The five elective requirement applies to the class of 2022and after.or any NEUR course in Cell, Genetics, Molecular Biology, orDevelopment.Honors Requirements for BiochemistryAll ScB Biochemistry concentrators are candidates for Honors; noseparate application is necessary.The requirements for Honors in Biochemistry are:* Students must have a majority of either As or S with distinction grades inconcentration courses.* Two semesters of Independent Study (CHEM 0970, CHEM 0980 orBIOL 1950, BIOL 1960). Guidelines and requirements associated withIndependent Study are in the Undergraduate Concentration Handbookwhich can be found at the department website duate/).* A Thesis in a form approved by the research advisor, and recommendedby the research advisor. Additional information about thesis guidelineswill be provided by the Concentration Advisor in the first half of the fallsemester.Chemical Physics ConcentrationRequirementsChemical Physics is an interdisciplinary field at the crossroads ofchemistry and physics and is administered jointly by the two departments.The concentration provides students with a broad-based understandingin fundamental molecular sciences, as well as a background for graduatestudies in physical chemistry, chemical physics, or molecular engineering.Concentrators are required to take twenty courses in chemistry, physics,and mathematics, although approved courses in applied mathematics,biology, computer science, geological sciences, or engineering may besubstitutes. Chemical Physics concentrators are also advised to take atleast six courses in the humanities and social sciences. Chemical Physicsconcentrators at all levels (first-year through seniors) are actively involvedin research with faculty members in both departments.Standard program for the Sc.B. degree1Twenty-one semester courses in chemistry, physics, and mathematics,with a minimum of four semester courses in mathematics. Theexpectation is that courses required for a concentration in ChemicalPhysics will be taken for a letter grade. Core courses are:CHEM 0330CHEM 0350CHEM 0500CHEM 1140PHYS 0070PHYS 0160Equilibrium, Rate, and StructureOrganic ChemistryInorganic ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Quantum ChemistryAnalytical MechanicsIntroduction to Relativity, Waves andQuantum PhysicsChemistry1111113
4ChemistryPHYS 0470Electricity and MagnetismSelect one of the following laboratory courses:CHEM 1160Physical Chemistry LaboratoryPHYS 0560Experiments in Modern PhysicsPHYS 1560Modern Physics LaboratorySelect one course in statistical mechanics:CHEM 1150Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics andStatistical MechanicsPHYS 1530Thermodynamics and StatisticalMechanicsMATH 0190Advanced Placement Calculus (Physics/Engineering)MATH 0200Intermediate Calculus (Physics/Engineering)MATH 0520Linear AlgebraSeven courses, primarily at the 1000 or 2000 level, in chemistryor physics.Select two semesters of independent study:CHEM 0970/0980 Undergraduate ResearchPHYS 1990Senior Conference CourseTotal Credits11111117221Other approved courses in applied mathematics, biology, computerscience, geological sciences, or engineering may be substituted forsome of the twenty-one.Students are advised to take at least six courses in the humanitiesand social sciences.Honors Requirements for Chemical PhysicsAll ScB Chemical Physics concentrators who completes the followingrequirements are candidates for Honors; no separate application isnecessary.The requirements for Honors in Chemical Physics are:* A strong grade record in concentration courses. This means a gradepoint average for the concentration that is higher than 3.50.* Two semesters of Independent Study (CHEM 0970, CHEM 0980,PHYS 1990 or equivalent. Guidelines and requirements associated withIndependent Study are in the Undergraduate Concentration Handbookwhich can be found at the department website duate/).* A Thesis in a form approved by the research advisor, and recommendedby the research advisor. Additional information about thesis guidelineswill be provided by the Concentration Advisor in the first half of the fallsemester.* A Poster presentation at the chemistry department's springundergraduate poster session.Chemistry Graduate ProgramThe Department of Chemistry offers graduate programs leading to theMaster of Arts (A.M.); the Master of Science (Sc.M.); a the Doctor ofPhilosophy (Ph.D.) degree.Research in Chemistry stretches from the exploration of physicalphenomena of individual molecules, to the creation of new molecules, tomaterial science, and indeed to the foundations of life. The Departmentof Chemistry reflects this profound importance and diversity by offeringexcellent research opportunities in areas including organic and inorganicchemistry, chemical biology, analytical chemistry, nanochemistry andtheoretical and experimental physical chemistry. In addition, graduatestudents have the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary researchin molecular biology, chemical engineering and the Institute for Molecularand Nanoscale Innovation. The faculty student ratio is approximately 3:1with most research groups numbering no more than six graduate students.For more information on admission and program requirements, please visitthe following gradschool/programs/chemistry s/chemistry/)CoursesCHEM 0008E. Exploration of the Chemistry of Renewable Energy.The various types of renewable energy sources will be explored throughclassroom discussions, activities, and laboratories. Students will learnabout the various types of renewable energy sources and the chemistryassociated with each. The course will include short laboratories toillustrate the application of the energy sources. Renewable energy willbe discussed in relationship to environmental factors and social impact.Active learning strategies will be used throughout the course. For studentsof all disciplines who are interested in obtaining an understanding ofrenewable energy.CHEM 0080A. First Year Seminar- Energy.An introductory study of the scientific foundation of energy, fundamentalphysical, chemical, and thermodynamic aspects of common (fossil,nuclear) as well as novel (fuel cells, solar, wind, etc.) energy sources.Concentrates on scientific principles, but includes discussion on resourcesand reserves, environmental impact, current usage, and future needs. Forstudents of all disciplines who are interested in obtaining an understandingof scientific principles of energy. Enrollment limited to 19 first yearstudents.CHEM 0080B. Molecular Structures in Chemistry and Biology.This course will consist of a survey of historical developments andconcepts of three dimensional structures of molecules. The coursewill conclude with a survey of the current state of the art of structuredetermination and 3D structure motifs for small molecules, nanomaterialsand biological macromolecules. This freshman only seminar will be strictlylimited to a maximum of 19 students.CHEM 0080C. Drug Discoveries in the Pharmaceutical Industry.A Freshman seminar that provides a survey of past and currentapproaches that enable the discovery and development of therapeuticagents. Topics ranging from target validation to the development oftherapeutics (small molecules, biologics, and stem cells) will be discussed.Enrollment limited to 19 first-year students.CHEM 0080D. Chemical Ecology: Pheromones, Poisons andChemical Messages.This first year seminar will explore how plants and animals use chemicalsto send and receive information about mating, identify potential hosts,defend themselves, and establish social networks. We will focus on thechemistry and biochemistry of these signals, with some examples of thebehavioral and ecological consequences of chemical signaling. Enrollmentlimited to 19 first year students.CHEM 0080E. Exploration of the Chemistry of Renewable Energy.The various types of renewable energy sources will be explored throughclassroom discussions, activities, and laboratories. Students will learnabout the various types of renewable energy sources and the chemistryassociated with each. The course will include short laboratories toillustrate the application of the energy sources. Renewable energy willbe discussed in relationship to environmental factors and social impact.Active learning strategies will be used throughout the course. For studentsof all disciplines who are interested in obtaining an understanding ofrenewable energy.CHEM 0080F. Kitchen Chemistry.Have you ever wondered why olive oil is a liquid but butter is solid? Or whybread and cookies rise when baked? This Kitchen Chemistry course is anexperimental approach to chemistry, as seen in cooking. We will examinetopics such as trans fats, baking soda as a leavening agent in baking,ripening of fruit, artificial sweeteners, GMOs, and enzymatic and nonenzymatic browning of foods. Edible experiments will be used to discussthe science behind recipes. Enrollment limited to 14 first year students.Instructor permission is required.
ChemistryCHEM 0090. Kitchen Chemistry.Kitchen Chemistry is a course that highlights the chemistry underlyingfood and cooking. We will examine topics such as trans fats, bakingsoda as a leavening agent in baking, chemical basis for ripening of fruit,pectin as a cellular glue, artificial sweeteners, GMOs, and enzymatic andnon-enzymatic browning of foods. In-class demonstrations and edibleexperiments will be used to discuss the science behind cooking. Contentwill be discussed using a variety of contexts including primary scientificliterature, public policy reports, mainstream media, and food blogs. Thisclass is appropriate for all students interested in chemistry.CHEM 0100. Introductory Chemistry.Explores stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding,solutions, gases, chemical reactions, equilibria, thermochemistry. -2:501:00-1:50(V. Colvin)(C. Morton)(C. Morton)(C. Morton)(C. Morton)CHEM 0120. Chemistry of the Environment.Focuses on understanding a number of environmental questions fromthe underlying laws and concepts of chemistry and physics. While someknowledge of math, physics and chemistry are useful, none is assumed.Concepts of chemistry and physics will be developed as needed.CHEM 0190. Chemical Ecology: Pheromones, Poisons, and ChemicalMessages.Plants and animals use chemicals to send and receive information aboutmating, identify potential hosts, defend themselves against enemies andpathogens and establish social networks. We will focus on the chemistryand biochemistry of these signals, with some examples of the behavioraland ecological consequences of chemical signaling.CHEM 0330. Equilibrium, Rate, and Structure.Explores the electronic structure of atoms and molecules,thermodynamics, solution equilibrium, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics,and reaction mechanisms. Course includes lecture and laboratorysections. Laboratory cannot be taken without the lecture. To successfullyregister for this course , please include all three components: lecture,lab, and conference. Students who previously passed 0330 lab may beexcused from repeating the lab portion of the course, please register forL11. Required background: CHEM 0100 or AP Chemistry 4 or CHEMPlacement Test 8 or IBC M(B. Rubenstein)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(M. Church)(O. Chen)(E. Victor)(E. Victor)(E. Victor)(E. Victor)(E. Victor)(E. Victor)CHEM 0330L. Equilibrium, Rate, and Structure Lab.Please see course description for CHEM :00-4:40F2:00-5:50Arranged5(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)(L. Wang)’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'CHEM 0332. Equilibrium, Rate and Structure - Tutorial.The CHEM 0332 tutorial program offers students the opportunity to masterthe concepts taught in the fall semester CHEM 0330: Equilibrium, Rateand Structure course by focusing on active problem solving. Studentswho struggle in the fall CHEM 0330 course may be invited to join thetutorial program. Students accepted into the tutorial program begin byreviewing compound and reaction stoichiometry at the beginning of thespring semester. Tutorial students enroll in CHEM 0332 during the springsemester to complete their studies of equilibrium, acid-base equilibria,thermodynamics, atomic and molecular structure and kinetics. Studentsin the CHEM 0332 tutorial program complete weekly problem sets duringthe spring semester and participate in two mandatory, regularly scheduledproblem sessions during each week of the spring semester.To qualify for consideration, the student must be struggling in the midtermexams and on track to pass the laboratory. Accepted students receivea grade of incomplete for the Fall CHEM 0330 course. Upon successfulcompletion of the CHEM 0332 tutorial program in the spring semester,the incomplete in Fall CHEM 0330 is replaced by the student’s tutorialprogram grade.An override by Ms Sheila Quigley is required.Spr CHEM0332 S01 25104TTh1:00-2:20(08)(C. Morton)CHEM 0350. Organic Chemistry.Sequel to CHEM 0330. Investigates the constitution and properties ofthe different classes of organic compounds, with considerable attentionto reaction mechanisms. The laboratory work involves an introduction tomicroscale preparative and analytical techniques of organic chemistryand the preparation of representative organic compounds. Three hours oflecture and five hours of prelaboratory and laboratory. Prerequisite: CHEM0330.Students MUST register for a conference section, a lecture section,and a lab.If you previously completed CHEM 0350 laboratory but received a grade ofno credit in the course, please register for lab section 11.Spr CHEM0350 S01 25054Spr CHEM0350 S02 26077TThMW9:00-10:20(15)8:30-9:50(02)(C. Morton)(P. Williard)Chemistry5
6ChemistryCHEM 0350L. Organic Chemistry Lab.Please see course description for CHEM 30-6:20F1:00-4:50F2:00-5:50Arranged’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'’To Be Arranged'CHEM 0360. Organic Chemistry.Sequel to CHEM 0350. Investigates the constitution and propertiesof organic compounds at a fundamental level with an introduction tophysical organic, bioorganic, and synthetic organic chemistry. Laboratorywork is concerned with the identification and characterization of organiccompounds, including modern instrumental methods. Three hours oflecture and five hours of prelaboratory and laboratory. Prerequisite: CHEM0350.Students MUST register for a lecture section and a lab.If you previously completed CHEM 0360 laboratory but received a grade ofno credit in the course, please register for lab section 11.Fall CHEM0360 S01 1
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