fall 2016 graduate courses
CH 380L Inorganic Reactions and Structures
Prof. Simon Humphrey, TTH 3:30-5pm. This class will focus on the electronic structure of molecules and complexes, and how such information can be used to predict important properties such as chemical reactivity, spectroscopy and magnetism.
CH 381M Advanced Analytical Chemistry
Prof. Jason Shear, MW 11:30-1pm. The goal of this course is to provide a survey of modern analytical chemistry with an emphasis on fundamental principles that govern the sensitivity, selectivity, and speed of analysis. Further emphasis will be placed on condensed-phase chemistry, chemical equilibria, optical and mass spectrometry, electroanalytical chemistry and chemical separations. Recent developments in these areas will also be discussed.
CH 382K Advanced Physical Chemistry: Intro to Quantum Mechanics
Prof. Dmitrii Makarov, TTH 8-9:30am.
CH 382L Advanced Physical Chemistry: Statistical Mechanics
Prof. Ron Elber, TTH 12:30-2pm.
CH 386J Advanced Organic Chemistry
Prof. Eric Anslyn. TTH 12:30-2pm.
CH 390K Bio-inorganic Chemistry
Prof. Michael Rose, TTH 11-12:30am. Explores the roles of transition metals in biology, mostly with respect to protein structure, function and catalysis. Examines established and developing methods of spectroscopy used to probe the geometrical and electronic structure of metal ions in proteins. Analyzes modern areas of study in bio-inorganic chemistry, especially relating to the roles of metals in metalloenzymes, but also including emerging topics such as metallodrugs, metal-based imaging agents, and molecular sensors. The principles of transition metal chemistry will be explored, expanded and demonstrated in the context of biological systems.
CH 391 Chemical and Synthetic Biology
Prof. Adrian Keatinge-Clay, TTH 9:30-11am. Topics include enzymatic reaction mechanisms and how they can be manipulated using tools from both chemistry and molecular biology.
CH 392N Physical Chemistry of Macromolecular Systems
Prof. Ellison, MWF 9-10am. Theory of macromolecular solutions and methods for characterization of macromolecular systems.
CH 393L Tools and Techniques of Computational Chemistry
Prof. Graeme Henkelman, TTH 9:30-11am.
spring 2017 courses
CH 382J Computational Chemistry
Prof. Graeme Henkelman, TTh 12:30-2:00pm. Construction and implementation of numerical algorithms for solving differential equationswhich are common in chemistry. Subjects include chemical reaction rates, quantum mechanics, molecular dynamics, normal modes of vibration, and Monte Carlo methods. Familiarity with physical chemistry, differential equations, and programming is recommended.
CH 382M Advanced Physical Chemistry
Prof. Carlos Baiz, MW 6:30-8:00pm.
CH 386K Advanced Organic Chemistry
Prof. M Krische, MWF 10:00-11:00am.
CH 390K Organometallics & Catalysis
Prof. Simon Humphrey. Explores the evolution of organometallic and inorganic coordination chemistry, and its importance in a range of industrial processes; and covers a range of topical catalytic processes.
CH 390L Modern Experimental Chemical Science
Prof. Richard Crooks, MW 5-6:30pm.
CH 390L/CHE384E Electrochemistry
Prof. C. Mullins, TTh 9:30-11:00am. Fundamental principles of electrochemistry combined with mass transfer including applications in analytical chemistry as well as industrial electrochemistry.
CH 391 Advanced Organic Chemistry
Prof. Stephen Martin, TTh 2-3:30pm.