CHEM 201 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
Stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, properties of matter, and thermochemistry. Laboratory required.
CHEM 202 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
Solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base theory, solubility products, complexation, and electrochemistry. Laboratory required.
CHEM 211 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
Synthesis and examination of principal types of carbon compounds; examination of their transformation through reactions. Laboratory required.
CHEM 212 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
Continuation of Chem 211 including spectroscopy of organic compounds and topics in biochemistry. Required laboratory includes qualitative organic analysis.
CHEM 237 - QUANT ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
Classical wet chemical methods for quantitative chemical analysis. Emphasis on environmental chemistry applications. Topics include a review of stoichiometry; statistical treatment of data; and mathematical treatment of acid-base, solubility, complexometric and electrochemical equilibria. Required laboratory provides experience in classical volumetric, gravimetric, potentiometric, and photometric methods of analysis; representative field sampling techniques; and quality assurance/quality control techniques.