Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

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

Regis Komperda - COurses


Courses Taught

CHM102— Elementary Organic Chemistry with Applications
An elementary discussion of the structure of hydrocarbons, organic functional groups, and a few selected reactions

CHM121—General Chemistry 1
Structure and properties of atoms and molecules and the macroscopic consequences thereof. Three hours lecture, three hours lab, one hour recitation.

CHM245—Concepts in Chemistry 1
An accelerated treatment of fundamental concepts and applications of chemistry for elementary education majors. Those concrete observable topics most appropriate for presentation to elementary students will be emphasized. Demonstrations and activities are used extensively. For elementary education majors. Integrated lecture/lab.

CHM246—Concepts in Chemistry 1
Fundamental concepts of chemistry for middle childhood science education majors emphasizing topics most appropriate for presentation to middle school students. Course includes a detailed study of heat energy.

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