CHEM 3032 – Advanced Experimental Techniques II Chemistry
Advanced laboratory experiments and laboratory-based research. Techniques may include preparation of inorganic or organometallic compounds, methods of purification, identification, and quantification, atomic or molecular spectroscopy, and studying equilibria or reaction rates. Experiments will be based to some extent on articles in the chemical literature. Themes for the course will vary with instructor, but may include cancer, drugs, food, nutrition, pollution, toxicology, energy, climate, forensics, crime, polymers, and materials. Prerequisite: CHEM 1065.