Syllabi

Fall 2018

  • CHEM 100, Chemistry in Everyday Life (Munger)
  • CHEM 110, Chemistry
    • Section 2 (Nguyen)
    • Section 3 (Nguyen)
    • Section 4 (Xu)
    • Section T401 (Nguyen)
  • CHEM 111, Chemistry Laboratory (Nguyen)
  • CHEM 210, General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 211, General Chemistry II (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 212, General Chemistry Laboratory I (Nguyen)
  • CHEM 213, General Chemistry Laboratory II (Nguyen)
  • CHEM 325, Analytical Chemistry I (Nesterova)
  • CHEM 330, General Organic Chemistry I (Klumpp)
  • CHEM 332, General Organic Laboratory I (Klumpp)
  • CHEM 336, Organic Chemistry I (Hagen)
  • CHEM 338, Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (Hagen)
  • CHEM 400G, Selected Topics in Chemistry, Nano (Li)
  • CHEM 401, Third Clinical High School/Middle School Experience in Chemistry (Miller)
  • CHEM 423, Mass Spectrometry (Ryzhov)
  • CHEM 432, Physical Organic Chemistry (Hagen)
  • CHEM 440, Physical Chemistry I (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 442, Physical Chemistry Laboratory I (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 444, Chemical Thermodynamics (Zheng)
  • CHEM 470, General Biological Chemistry (Hofstetter)
  • CHEM 471, Biological Chemistry Laboratory (Horn)
  • CHEM 472, Biological Chemistry I (Baker)
  • CHEM 490X, Science Across Time and Culture (Fix)
  • CHEM 495X, Teaching of Physical Sciences (Eads)
  • CHEM 498/499, Research
  • CHEM 540, Physical Chemistry I (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 570, General Biological Chemistry (Hofstetter)
  • CHEM 571, Biological Chemistry Laboratory (Horn)
  • CHEM 572, Biological Chemistry I (Baker)
  • CHEM 600A, Selected Topics in Chemistry, Inorganic (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 600G, Selected Topics in Chemistry, Nano (Li)
  • CHEM 615, Chemistry Seminar
  • CHEM 615, Chemistry Seminar, Section 2
  • CHEM 623, Mass Spectrometry (Ryzhov)
  • CHEM 632, Physical Organic Chemistry (Hagen)
  • CHEM 644, Chemical Thermodynamics (Zheng)
  • CHEM 663, Inorganic Chemistry III (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 690, Applied Topics in the Chemistry Profession (Ryzhov)

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Fall 2012

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Summer 2012

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Spring 2012

  • CHEM 100, Chemistry in Everyday Life (Ryzhov)
  • CHEM 110, Chemistry
  • CHEM 111, Chemistry Laboratory (Ballantine)
  • CHEM 201X, The Professional Secondary Science Teacher (Brown)
  • CHEM 210, General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 211, General Chemistry II
    • Section 1 (Horn)
    • Section 2 (Gaillard)
  • CHEM 212, General Chemistry Laboratory I (Ballantine)
  • CHEM 213, General Chemistry Laboratory II (Ballantine)
  • CHEM 230, Introductory Organic Chemistry (Baker)
  • CHEM 231, Introductory Organic Chemistry Lab (Baker)
  • CHEM 301X, The Interdisciplinary Secondary Science Teacher (Staff)
  • CHEM 325, Analytical Chemistry I (Ryzhov)
  • CHEM 331, General Organic Chemistry II (Klumpp)
  • CHEM 332, General Organic Laboratory I (Klumpp)
  • CHEM 337, Organic Chemistry II (Adler)
  • CHEM 339, Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (Adler)
  • CHEM 370, Introductory Biochemistry (Baker)
  • CHEM 400C, Selected Topics in Chemistry, Organic (Hagen)
  • CHEM 422, Analytical Separations (Ballantine)
  • CHEM 425, Analytical Chemistry II (Vanýsek)
  • CHEM 441, Physical Chemistry II (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 443, Physical Chemistry Laboratory II (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 444, Chemical Thermodynamics (Xu)
  • CHEM 450, Nanochemistry (Lin)
  • CHEM 460, Inorganic Chemistry of the Transition Metals (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 461, Inorganic Chemistry Lab (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 471, Biological Chemistry Laboratory (Horn)
  • CHEM 473, Biological Chemistry II (O. Hofstetter)
  • CHEM 493X, Interdisciplinary Teaching of Science in Secondary Education (Miller)
  • CHEM 498/499, Research (Carnahan)
  • CHEM 525, Analytical Chemistry II (Vanýsek)
  • CHEM 541, Physical Chemistry II (Sunderlin)
  • CHEM 560, Inorganic Chemistry of the Transition Metals (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 561, Inorganic Chemistry Lab (Gilbert)
  • CHEM 571, Biological Chemistry Laboratory (Horn)
  • CHEM 573, Biological Chemistry II (O. Hofstetter)
  • CHEM 600C, Selected Topics in Chemistry, Organic (Hagen)
  • CHEM 615, Chemistry Seminar (Vanýsek)
  • CHEM 622, Analytical Separations (Ballantine)
  • CHEM 644, Chemical Thermodynamics (Xu)
  • CHEM 650, Nanochemistry (Lin)
  • CHEM 690, Applied Topics in the Chemistry Profession (Vanýsek)

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