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Chemistry courses offered by The Pennsylvania State University at the University Park campus during the fall 2016 semester.

This is a list of chemistry courses taught at University Park for the Fall 2016 semester. Visit here for a list of chemistry courses taught during the Spring 2016 semester. The courses denoted by the suffix WC are offered via the World Campus.

Not all courses are offered every semester. For a detailed description of a specific course please review our Course Description page.

 

NOTICE: All 000-400 level CHEM course numbers have changed as of Summer 2007. List of the old and new course numbers.

 

Chemistry courses offered by The Pennsylvania State University at the University Park campus during the fall 2013 semester
Description Course Website
Instructor
PSU 016
First Year Seminar in Chemistry
Katherine Masters



Chem 005WC
Kitchen Chemistry
Linlin Jensen



Chem 101 Introductory Chemistry Mary Shoemaker



Chem 101WC Introductory Chemistry Mary Shoemaker



Chem 108
Problem Solving in Chemistry
Mary Jo Bojan



Chem 110 Chemical Principles I John Asbury
Greg Barber
Amie Boal
J. Martin Bollinger Jr.
Linlin Jensen
Stephanie Le Clair
Ben Lear
Tiffany Mathews
Kyle Schmid



Chem 110H Chemical Principles I - Honors
Philip C. Bevilacqua
Scott Showalter



Chem 111 Experimental Chemistry I Joe Keiser



Chem 112 Chemical Principles II Raymond E. Schaak
Lori Stepan Van Der Sluys



Chem 113 Experimental Chemistry II Mary Shoemaker



Chem 202 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry I
Sheryl A. Dykstra



Chem 203 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry II Jackie Bortiatynski



Chem 210
Organic CHEM I Przemyslaw (Pshemak) Maslak



Chem 210H Organic Chemistry I - Honors
Raymond L. Funk



Chem 212 Organic Chemistry II Kenneth S. Feldman



Chem 213W Laboratory in Organic Chemistry Sheryl A. Dykstra



Chem 227
Analytical Chemistry
Dan Sykes
Tinglu Yang



Chem 294
Special Problems and Research




Chem 310
Introductory Inorganic Chemistry
Ayusman Sen



Chem 316
The Professional Chemist
Mark Maroncelli



Chem 400
Chemical Literature
Nan Butkovich



Chem 408
Chemical Literature
Gerald Knizia



Chem 412 Transition Metal Chemistry
Carsten Krebs



Chem 425W Chromotography and Electrochemistry
Dan Sykes



Chem 431W Organic and Inorganic Preparations Katherine Masters



Chem 432
Organic Reaction Mechanisms Katherine Masters



Chem 448
Surface Chemistry
Christine D. Keating



Chem 450 Physical Chemistry - Thermodynamics
John V. Badding



Chem 452 Physical Chemistry - Quantum Chemistry
Tae-Hee Lee



Chem 457 Experimental Physical Chemistry Bratoljub H. Milosavljevic



Chem 476 Biological Chemistry Xin Zhang



Chem 494
Chemical Research




Chem 500 Seminar in Chemistry Kenneth S. Feldman



Chem 516
Inorganic Chemistry
Harry R. Allcock



Chem 525 Analytical Separations
Frank Dorman



Chem 526 Spectroscopic Analysis
Miriam Freedman



Chem 538 Spectroscopic Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry Carsten Krebs



Chem 539 Mechanistic Bioorganic Chemistry
J. Martin Bollinger Jr.



Chem 540
Biophysical Chemistry
Edward O'Brien



Chem 545 Statistical Thermodynamics
William G. Noid



Chem 565 Quantum Chemistry I
Gerald Knizia

 

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