Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

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

eric fossum, ph.d - COurses

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.

CHM 212: Organic II. Principles, theories, and applications of the chemistry of carbon compounds.

CHM 213: Organic III. Principles, theories, and applications of the chemistry of carbon compounds.

CHM 465/665: Physical Polymer Chemistry. Introduction to the structural and physical aspects ofmacromolecules; emphasis on the relationship of polymer structure to physical and mechanical properties.

CHM 744: Structural Concepts in Organic Chemistry - Study of molecular orbital theory, reactive species, theories of acids and bases, and an introduction to stereochemistry. - to access course information, go to course studio in the Academics section of Wings.


 

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