Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

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

Kenneth Turnbull, ph.d. - COurses


Courses taught at Wright State University

Chemistry 105: Chemistry of Our World: Living Things. An examination of the principles of covalent bonding, structures, and reactions of molecules important to living things, with attention to the technological,regulatory, and social complexities of problems related to them.

Chemistry 106: Chemistry of Our World: Materials. An examination of the bonding of metals and nonmetals to explain the nature of familiar materials of industrial importance, with attention to the risk/benefit implications of these materials and technologies for consumers.

Chemistry 107: Chemistry of Our World: Energy and the Environment. An examination of gaseous and liquid states and thermochemistry as a basis for understanding air and water quality and fossil and nuclear fuels, with attention to the chemistry of the solar system.

Chemistry 2110: Organic Chemistry. Principles, theories, and applications of the chemistry of carbon compounds.

Chemistry 2120: Organic Chemistry. Principles, theories, and applications of the chemistry of carbon compounds.
(previously half of 212 and all of 213)

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

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

Chemistry 215: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I. Laboratory illustrations of CHM 211 lecture material and techniques of preparative organic chemistry.

Chemistry 216: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II. Laboratory illustrations of CHM 212 lecture material and techniques of preparative organic chemistry.

Chemistry 217: Organic Chemistry Laboratory III. Laboratory illustrations of CHM 213 lecture material and techniques of preparative organic chemistry.

Chemistry 7460: Elements Of Organic Reactions. Discussion of the most important organic reactions including their scope, limitations, and mechanisms.

Chemistry 748: Synthetic Organic Reactions. Systematic treatment of organic reactions including, where applicable, some theoretical basis for the nature of the reaction and an emphasis on the uses of these reactions in organic synthesis.

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