11460

CHEM 142 ABasic Principles of

Chemistry II

Craig Anderson

. T . Th .

10:30 - 12:00 pm

RKC 103

SCI

Central concepts in this second part of the course are energy transfer, spontaneity, and change (thermochemistry, chemical equilibrium, and kinetics.) The laboratory stresses basic laboratory techniques and quantitative applications. Basic skills in mathematics and facility with algebra are required. Concurrent enrollment in calculus is recommended for students who intend to concentrate in chemistry. Prerequisite: Chemistry 141, or its equivalent.

 

11463

CHEM 142 BBasic Principles of

Chemistry II

Swapan Jain

. T . Th .

10:30 - 12:00 pm

RKC 111

SCI

See above for description.

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LAB Options:Students register for lab separately.

 

11461

CHEM 142 A1Basic Principles of

Chemistry II

Craig Anderson

†††††††††††††††††† LAB A:

. T . . .

1:30 -3:45 pm

RKC 126

SCI

 

11462

CHEM 142 A2Basic Principles of

Chemistry II

Craig Anderson

††††††††††††††††† LAB B:

. . . Th .

4:00 -6:15 pm

RKC 126

SCI

 

11464

CHEM 142 B1Basic Principles of

Chemistry II

Swapan Jain

††††††††††††††††† LAB C:

. . W . .

1:30 -3:45 pm

RKC 126

SCI

 

 

11465

CHEM 202 AOrganic Chemistry

Emily McLaughlin

. T . Th .

10:30 - 12:00 pm

RKC 115

SCI

 

 

††††††††††††††††† LAB A:

. . W . .

1:00 -4:25 pm

RKC 124

 

Students study the structure and reactions of specific types of organic compounds and develop interrelationships that provide an integrated understanding of organic chemistry. The course emphasizes general principles and reaction mechanisms, but students are also expected to accumulate and utilize factual material. The laboratory is coordinated with classroom topics and should provide direct experience with many reactions and concepts. The laboratory is also intended to develop familiarity with experiment design, experimental techniques, and instrumental methods such as chromatography and spectroscopy.Prerequisites: CHEM 201

 

11466

CHEM 202 BOrganic Chemistry

Emily McLaughlin

. T . Th .

10:30 - 12:00 pm

RKC 115

SCI

 

 

††††††††††††††††† LAB B:

. . . Th .

1:30 -5:00 pm

RKC 124

 

See above

 

11467

CHEM 390†† Biochemistry

Swapan Jain

. . W . F

10:30 - 12:00 pm

RKC 115

SCI

 

 

††††††††††††††††† LAB:

. . . . F

1:00 -5:00 pm

RKC 122/124

 

Cross-listed: BiologyThis course is an introduction to biochemistry with an emphasis on the study of biomolecules that are central to the function of living systems. Topics of study are protein and nucleic acid structure/function/regulation, mechanism/kinetics of enzymes and a brief introduction to metabolism. The study of biochemistry is at the interface of chemistry and biology. A strong foundation in introductory biology and organic chemistry is necessary. The laboratory component consists of multi-week, project-based experiments covering relevant topics discussed in lecture and are designed to mimic a studentís experience in a research laboratory. Prerequisites: Biology 141 and Chemistry 201-202.