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CHE 209 Crime Scene Investigation

Course Description: This course is designed to aid the student in understanding how physical evidence is used as an investigative tool in crime scene processing and reconstruction. An in-depth study of the scientific principles and techniques associated with the collection, presentation and analysis of specific types of evidence will be emphasized in case based studies.

Course Rotation: PLV: Spring.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 107 Minimum Grade of D

Corequisites

CHE 108

CHE 221 Analytical Methods and Techniques

Course Description: Theoretical and mathematical concepts of both gravimetric and volumetric analyses: quantitative separations, formation and properties of precipitates, acidimetry and alkalimetry, pH, titration curves, and redox reactions. Lab involves analysis of representative samples employing gravimetric and volumetric techniques.

Course Rotation: Fall

4 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 221 Analytical Methods and Techniques

Course Description: Theoretical and mathematical concepts of both gravimetric and volumetric analyses: quantitative separations, formation and properties of precipitates, acidimetry and alkalimetry, pH, titration curves, and redox reactions. Lab involves analysis of representative samples employing gravimetric and volumetric techniques.

Course Rotation: Fall

4 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 223 Organic Chemistry I

Students must fulfill the prerequisite or its equivalent.

Course Description: A study of organic compounds and organic reactions. Emphasis is placed on the use of reaction mechanisms and the relationship between structure and reactivity. Topics include the alkanes, the alkenes, the alkynes, alicyclic hydrocarbons, aromatics, stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Laboratory includes instruction in the preparation of organic compounds and the use of instrumental techniques.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

5 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 223 Organic Chemistry I

Students must fulfill the prerequisite or its equivalent.

Course Description: A study of organic compounds and organic reactions. Emphasis is placed on the use of reaction mechanisms and the relationship between structure and reactivity. Topics include the alkanes, the alkenes, the alkynes, alicyclic hydrocarbons, aromatics, stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Laboratory includes instruction in the preparation of organic compounds and the use of instrumental techniques.

Course Rotation: Fall and Summer.

5 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 223A Organic Chemistry I (Lecture)

Prerequisite: CHE 112 or equivalent and College Preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lecture only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

Course Description: A study of organic compounds and organic reactions. Emphasis is placed on the use of reaction mechanisms and the relationship between structure and reactivity. Topics include the alkanes, the alkenes, alicyclic hydrocarbons, aromatics, stereochemistry, and spectroscopy.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

Corequisites

CHE 223R

CHE 223B Organic Chemistry I (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: CHE 112 or equivalent and College Preparatory Mathematics. Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring Lab only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedure.

Course Description: Laboratory includes instruction in the preparation or organic compounds and the use of instrumental techniques.

2 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 112 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 223R Organic Chemistry I Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into CHE 223, Organic Chemistry I.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

CHE 223R Organic Chemistry I Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into CHE 223, Organic Chemistry I.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

CHE 224 Organic Chemistry II

Course Description: A continuation of CHE 223. Topics include alkyl halides, alcohols, phenols, ethers, carboxylic acids and derivatives, aldehydes, ketones, amines, condensation reactions, carbohydrates, amino acids and reaction mechanisms. Laboratory includes advanced synthetic methods and qualitative organic analysis.

Course Rotation: Spring and Summer.

5 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 131 Minimum Grade of D or CHE 223 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 224 Organic Chemistry II

Course Description: A continuation of CHE 223. Topics include alkyl halides, alcohols, phenols, ethers, carboxylic acids and derivatives, aldehydes, ketones, amines, condensation reactions, carbohydrates, amino acids and reaction mechanisms. Laboratory includes advanced synthetic methods and qualitative organic analysis.

Course Rotation: Spring and Summer.

5 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 131 Minimum Grade of D or CHE 223 Minimum Grade of D

Corequisites

CHE 224R

CHE 224A Organic Chemistry II (Lecture)

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring lecture only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedures.

3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 131 Minimum Grade of D or CHE 223 Minimum Grade of D

Corequisites

CHE 224R

CHE 224B Organic Chemistry II (Laboratory)

Prerequisite: Open only to students enrolled at other colleges requiring lab only. Consult the Chemistry department for registration procedures.

2 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 223 Minimum Grade of D or CHE 131 Minimum Grade of D

CHE 224R Organic Chemistry II Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into CHE 224, Organic Chemistry II.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

CHE 224R Organic Chemistry II Recitation

Course Description: One-hour recitation course for students registered into CHE 224, Organic Chemistry II.

Course Rotation: NY and PL: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

0 credits

Corequisites

CHE 224

CHE 296E Topics in Chemistry: Physical Biochemistry of Membranes

Prerequisite: PHY 301 and CHE 326 or permission of Department Chairperson.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

3 credits

Prerequisites

PHY 301 and CHE 326

CHE 296F Topics in Chemistry: Membrane Transport and Ionic Channels

Prerequisite: CHE 326, PHY 112, MAT 132 or permission of Chairperson.

Course Description: This course will address the physico-chemical principles and mechanisms found to be involved in membrane transport. New techniques in biochemistry, pharmacology, and membrane bio-physics will be explored in studying ionic transport across biomembranes. Upon completion of this courses, students will have a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying the changes in ionic permeability due to excitation and signaling during membrane transport.

0 - 3 credits

Prerequisites

CHE 326 and PHY 112 and MAT 132