Chemical Instrumentation (CHEM 4150)
This is an applied chemistry course designed to emphasize the typical instrumentation methods used in chemistry. The course will focus on chemical analysis and chemical instrumentation. Classical methods such as gas chromatography, liquid chromatography, potentiometry, and electrochemistry will be supplemented with more modern and analytical instrumental methods such as UV-visible spectrophotometry, FT-IR, GC, fluorimetry, NMR, and atomic spectroscopy (absorption and emission). Prerequisite: CHEM 2410 or CHEM 2410H. Frequency: Winter
Senior Chemistry Seminar (CHEM 4101)
This senior seminar course is designed for chemistry major students in their senior year. It prepares students to give a seminar on their undergraduate research or a literature investigation of a related area. Prerequisite: CHEM 3101. Frequency: Every Winter.
Quantitative Analysis (CHEM 3460)
The quantitation of chemical substances in complex mixture is the focus of this lab intensive course. Methods of sample preparation and analysis will be examined. The mathematical treatment of data to produce quantitative information for chemical substances will also be emphasized. Prerequisite: CHEM 2400 OR CHEM 2400H. Frequency: Every Fall.
General Chemistry II (CHEM 1310)
This course and the related lab is the second part of a two-semester sequence that studies atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, states of matter/solutions, dynamics (kinetics and thermodynamics), equilibrium, electrochemistry, and laboratory chemistry including their applications. Prerequisite: CHEM 1300 OR CHEM 1300H. Frequency: Every Fall and Winter.
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1300)
This course and the related lab is the first part of a two-semester sequence that studies the laws, principles and theories of atomic structure, molecular structure and bonding, stoichiometry, states of matter/solutions, energetics, oxidation reduction, and laboratory chemistry, including their applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1200 or higher except MATH 2020 and/or other statistics classes. Frequency: Every Fall and Winter.
Prior to NSU
Advanced Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 520) – Graduate Level Course
Treatment of the basic issues of importance in modern analytical chemistry. Topics include basic chemical and measurement concepts, measurement instrumentation and techniques, and principles, tools, and applications in spectroscopy, electrochemistry, separations, sensors, mass spectroscopy and surface characterization.
Instrumental Characterization (CHM 420)
Lecture course covers the fundamentals of instrumental characterization including: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, potentiometry, voltammetry, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and gas and liquid chromatography. 2 undergraduate hours. 2 graduate hours.
Instrumental Chemical Systems Laboratory (CHEM 315)
Laboratory course emphasizes the application of modern instrumental techniques for characterizing the kinetic behavior and equilibrium properties of chemical systems.