CH107 Chemistry/Allied Health. 3 hours.A survey of concepts for General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. The course includes an introduction to atomic theory, structure and nomenclature for organic and inorganic molecules, and reactions and properties of inorganic, organic, and biochemical systems. Fall.
CH111 General Chemistry. 4 hours (3 lecture/2 lab hours). An introduction to general chemistry and elementary physical chemistry, including atomic theory and structure, periodic table, reactions and properties of elements and compounds. Those lacking college preparation Chemistry need permission of instructor and division chair. Fall.
CH114 General Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis. 4 hours (3 lecture/2 lab hours). A continuation of the topics in CH111 with emphasis on reactions, equilibria of elements, compounds and solutions, including the techniques of qualitative analysis. Prerequisite: CH111 or permission of instructor and division chair. Spring.
CH202 Environmental Chemistry. 4 hours (3 lecture/2 lab hours). Introduction to the principles of chemistry and physics in the environment. Topics will include air, water, and soil chemistry; environmental pollution including air, water, chemical, nuclear, noise, and energy; and waste problems. Cross-listed with ES202. Prerequisites: CH111. Spring.
CH221 Quantitative Analysis. 4 hours (2 lecture/6 lab hours). The basic principles of gravimetric and volumetric analyses, and the application of certain classical and modern techniques to these analyses. Prerequisite: CH114. Fall.
CH317 Biochemistry and Cellular Physiology. 5 hours (4 lecture/4 lab hours). The chemistry of biological systems, with emphasis on the biosynthesis, catalysis, and the metabolic role and degradation of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, vitamins, hormones and other substances related to life processes. Prerequisites: Two semesters of Biology and CH341 or the permission of instructor and division chair. Spring.
CH322 Scientific Instrumentation. 4 hours (3 lecture/3 lab hours). An introduction to modern electronics, optical instrumentation, and other scientific instrumentation including computer based equipment. Cross-listed with PH322. Prerequisite: PH112 or PH206. Odd-numbered Falls.
CH341 Organic Chemistry I. 4 hours (3 lecture/4 lab hours). A study of the important classes of aliphatic and aromatic compounds including nomenclature, properties, reactions, mechanisms and methods of identification. The methods of identification include infrared, mass and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Prerequisite: CH114. Fall.
CH342 Organic Chemistry II. 4 hours (3 lecture/4 lab hours). A continuation of CH341 providing an in-depth study of the preparation, reactions, and analysis of organic functional groups with an emphasis on mechanisms and structure/property relationships. Prerequisite: CH341. Spring.
CH354 Thermodynamics and Physical Chemistry. 4 hours (3 lecture/3 lab hours). State of matter, chemical thermodynamics, solutions, equilibria, phase rule, and electrochemistry. Cross-listed with PH354. Prerequisites: CH114, MA209 and PH206, or permission of instructor and division chair. Even-numbered Falls.
CH355 Quantum Mechanics and Solid State Physics. 4 hours (3 lecture/3 lab hours). Topics include quantum mechanics, spectroscopy, group theory and solid state. Cross-listed with PH355. Prerequisites: CH114, MA209 and PH206, or permission of instructor and division chair. Odd-numbered years.
CH362 Inorganic Chemistry. 4 hours. Introduction to structural concepts and development of reaction chemistry. 3 lectures, 3 laboratory hours. Prerequisite: CH354 or permission of instructor and division chair. Spring