CHM 108. Everyday Chemistry. (4 h)

Introduction to chemistry for non-science majors. Laboratory covers experimental aspects of topics discussed in lecture. Does not count towards the major or minor in chemistry. Lab-two hours. (D, QR)

CHM 108L. Everyday Chemistry Lab. (0 h)

CHM 111. College Chemistry I. (3 h)

Fundamental chemical principles. Also offered in Salamanca. C-CHM 111L. (D, QR) (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 111L. College Chemistry I Lab. (1 h)

Laboratory covers experimental aspects of basic concepts. Lab-3 hours. C-CHM 111. (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 120. Physics and Chemistry of the Environment. (4 h)

Covers the basic physical and chemical processes in the earth's atmosphere, biosphere and the oceans. Consists of two parts: 1) chemical processes in the environment such as element cycles and the chemistry of the pollutants in air and water and, 2) physical aspects of the environment such as solar energy and the atmosphere, and the physics of weather and climate. Lab-3 hours. Also listed as PHY 120. (D, QR)

CHM 120L. Physics and Chemistry of the Environment Lab. (0 h)

CHM 122. Organic Chemistry I. (3 h)

Principles and reactions of organic chemistry. Students may not receive credit for both CHM 122 and CHM 123. P-CHM 111. C-CHM 122L. (D) (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 122L. Organic Chemistry I Lab. (1 h)

Lab-4 hours. P-CHM 111. C-CHM 122. (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 123. Organic Chemistry I Honors. (3 h)

Principles and reactions of organic chemistry. Freshmen only, by invitation. P-CHM 111. C-CHM 123L. (D) (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 123L. Organic Chemistry I Honors Lab. (1 h)

Lab-4 hours. P-CHM 111. C-CHM 123. (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 223. Organic Chemistry II. (3 h)

Principles and reactions of organic chemistry and introductory biochemistry. P-CHM 122 or 123. (Offered Spring and Fall)

CHM 223L. Organic Chemistry II Lab. (1 h)

Lab - 4 hours. P-CHM 122 or 123. P or C-CHM 223. (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 223L4. Organic Chemistry Lab. (1 h)

CHM 280. College Chemistry II. (3 h)

Advanced study of fundamental chemical principles. P-CHM 111. (D, QR) (Offered Spring Only)

CHM 280L. Theory and Methods of Quantitative Analysis Lab. (1 h)

Emphasizes technique development for accuracy and precision. Lab-4 hours. C or P-CHM 280. (Offered Spring Only)

CHM 301. Elective Research. (0 h)

P-POI. Summers only.

CHM 302. Elective Research. (0 h)

P-POI. Summers only.

CHM 311. Current Topics. (1-4 h)

Course exploring current topics in chemistry. May be repeated for credit if course content differs. Does not count toward the major or minor in chemistry. P-POI.

CHM 324. Medicinal Chemistry I. (3 h)

An introduction to drug targets, mechanism, design, and synthesis. P - CHM 223, 370.

CHM 324L. Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory. (1.5 h)

A lab designed to introduce the concept of structure-activity relationships (SAR) using computational, synthetic chemical, physicochemical, and biological techniques. P or C - CHM 324.

CHM 334. Chemical Analysis. (4 h)

Theoretical and practical applications of modern methods of chemical analysis. Lab-4 hours. P-CHM 280L. C-CHM 334L. (Offered Spring Only)

CHM 334L. Chemical Analysis Lab. (0 h)

Lab only. No credit. C-CHM 334.

CHM 341. Physical Chemistry I. (3 h)

Fundamentals of thermodynamics and phenomenological kinetics, and introductory computational methods. Also offered in Salamanca. P-CHM 280, MST 112. P or C-PHY 114 or 124. (Offered Fall Only)

CHM 341L. Physical Chemistry I Lab. (1 h)

Lab-4hours. P-CHM 280L, MST 112. P or C-CHM 341, PHY 114 or 124.

CHM 342. Physical Chemistry II. (3 h)

Fundamentals of quantum mechanics, statistical thermodynamics, and introductory computational methods. P-CHM 341, MST 112, and PHY 114 or 124. P or C-MST 205 (or MST 113 and 121 in place of MST 205). (Offered Spring Only)

CHM 342L. Physical Chemistry II Lab. (1 h)

Lab-4 hours. P- CHM 280L, CHM 341, MST 112, and PHY 114 or 124. P or C-CHM 342.

CHM 351. Special Topics in Chemistry. (3 h)

Courses in selected special topics in chemistry. May be repeated for credit if course content differs. P- POI.

CHM 361. Inorganic Chemistry. (3 h)

Principles and reactions of inorganic chemistry. P or C-CHM 341. C-CHM 361L. (Offered Fall only)

CHM 361L. Inorganic Chemistry Lab. (1 h)

Lab- 4 hours. P - CHM 280L. P or C - CHM 341. C - CHM 361.

CHM 364. Materials Chemistry. (3 h)

A survey of inorganic-, organic-, bio-, and nano-materials, including hybrid materials and applications. P-CHM 341.

CHM 364L. Materials Chemistry Lab. (1 h)

Synthesis of inorganic and organic based materials and their characterization. Lab- 4 hours. P- CHM 280L. P or C-CHM 364.

CHM 366. Chemistry and Physics of Solid State Materials. (3 h)

Design, synthesis, structure, chemical and physical properties, and the application of solid state materials. P- CHM 280.

CHM 370. Biochemistry I: Macromolecules and Metabolism. (3 h)

Introduces principles of biochemistry including structure, function, and biosysnthesis of biological molecules, analysis of enzyme function and activity, bioenergetics, and regulation of metabolic pathways. Also listed as BIO 370 and BMB 370. Also offered in Salamanca. P - CHM 223 or CHM 280 or BIO 214.

CHM 370L. Biochemistry Lab. (1 h)

Overview of biochemical approaches to study structure and function of macromolecules. Does not count towards the chemistry major with concentration in biochemistry. This course is recommended for pre-health students. Also listed as BIO 370L. Credit allowed for CHM 370L/BIO 370L or CHM 371L/BIO 371L, but not both. Lab-3 hours. P-CHM 223 or 280 or BIO 214. P or C-CHM 370/BIO 370.

CHM 371L. Advanced Biochemistry Lab. (1.5 h)

Emphasizes approaches for isolation and analysis of enzymes. Required for majors in biochemistry and molecular biology and the chemistry major with concentration in biochemistry and recommended for research focused students. Also listed as BMB 371L and BIO 371L. Cannot receive credit for this course and CHM 370L/BIO 370L. Lab-4 hours. P-CHM 223 or 280 or BIO 214. P or C-BMB 370/BIO 370/CHM 370.

CHM 373. Biochemistry II: Protein and Nucleic Acid Structure and Function. (3 h)

Examines the structure, function, and synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids and includes advanced topics in biochemistry including catalytic mechanisms of enzymes and ribozymes, use of sequence and structure databases, and molecular basis of disease and drug action. Also listed as BMB 373. Cannot receive credit for this course and BMB 372/BIO 372. P-CHM 223 and BIO 370/BMB 370/CHM 370.

CHM 381. Chemistry Seminar and Literature. (0.5 h)

Discussions of contemporary research and introduction to the chemical literature and acquisitions of chemical information. Can be taken in any order. Pass/Fail only. P-CHM 122 or 123.

CHM 382. Chemistry Seminar and Literature. (0.5 h)

Discussions of contemporary research and introduction to the chemical literature and acquisition of chemical information. Can be taken in any order. Pass/Fail only. P-CHM 122 or 123.

CHM 390. Chemical Research Experience. (1.5 h)

Research experience and written report. Requires pre-approval of research project conducted off the Reynolda campus, by prearrangement. Pass/Fail only. May be repeated for credit.

CHM 391. Undergraduate Research. (0.5-3 h)

Undergraduate research and written report. Lab-3-16 hours. May be repeated for credit. P-POI.

CHM 392. Undergraduate Research. (0.5-3 h)

Undergraduate research and written report. Lab-3-16 hours. May be repeated for credit. P-POI.