Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

202 Oelman Hall
(937) 775-2855
chemistry@wright.edu

david dolson, ph.d - COurses


In recent years I have taught many of the general chemistry courses for science and engineering majors during the academic year and in summer terms.
General Chemistry Classes and Laboratories: 

CHM 121: Submicroscopic Chemistry. Structure and Properties of atoms and molecules and the macroscopic consequences thereof.

CHM 122: Macroscopic Chemistry. Physical and chemical behavior of large collections of atoms and molecules.

CHM 123: Reaction Dynamics. Quantitative aspects of chemistry; emphasis on computational and experimental estimation of the composition of chemical systems.

From fall 2001 to present I have been teaching the thermo and quantum topics (451/452) in the physical chemistry series, and for four years I taught also the kinetics topic (453).

CHM 451: Physical Chemistry. Theoretical aspects of chemistry including thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, molecular structure and spectra, and the structure of solids and liquids.

CHM 452: Physical Chemistry. Theoretical aspects of chemistry including thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, molecular structure and spectra, and the structure of solids and liquids.

CHM 453: Physical Chemistry. Theoretical aspects of chemistry including thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, molecular structure and spectra, and the structure of solids and liquids.

Since my arrival in 1988 it has been my pleasure to teach a physical chemistry laboratory course (CHM 458) and a graduate chemical kinetics course (CHM 751)

CHM 458:Physical Chemistry Laboratory II. Experimental methods of physical chemistry.

CHM 751: Chemical Kinetics. Characterization of simple kinetic systems, experimental methods, energy distributions in molecules, the transition state method, and chain reactions in solution.

 

3640 Colonel Glenn Highway - Dayton, Ohio - 45435
Wright State University biplane logo
Copyright Information © 2011 | Accessibility Information
Last updated: Wed. Mar-16-11, 11:36
Please send comments to: webmaster@wright.edu