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Chemistry(Under)

Courses and Syllabuses

College of Science, Department of Chemistry



CHEM 201 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I [3]
By using the principles in thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, a variety of properties and chemical reactivity of compounds are studied.


CHEM 202 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II [3]
By using the principles in thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, a variety of properties and chemical reactivity of compounds are studied.


CHEM 203 QUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS [3]
This course deals mainly with basics of quantitative chemical analysis including titrations, acid-base equilibria, elementary electrochemistry as well as spectroscopy and separation in order to measure how much is present in a substance of interest.


CHEM 205 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I [3]
Introduction to the nomenclature, structure-property relationships, reactivities, reaction mechanisms and synthesis of organic molecules together with chemical and spectroscopic structural determinations of organic molecules in detail.


CHEM 206 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II [3]
Introduction to the nomenclature, structure-property relationships, reactivities, reaction mechanisms and synthesis of organic molecules together with chemical and spectroscopic structural determinations of organic molecules in detail.


CHEM 214 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY [2]
Understandings of laboratory techniques and experimental methods for separation, purification, identification and synthesis of organic molecules by conducting well-known organic reactions.


CHEM 231 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY [3]
In order to help students understanding the fundamental principles behind a variety of biological processes and life phenomena, fundamental concepts of physical chemistry will be introduced and various properties of cellular molecules and reactions will be taught.


CHEM 235 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I [3]
Introduction to organic chemistry for chemistry - related majors to improve the understanding on properties, reaction mechanisms, structural determination and synthesis of organic molecules.


CHEM 236 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II [3]
Introduction to organic chemistry for chemistry - related majors to improve the understanding on properties, reaction mechanisms, structural determination and synthesis of organic molecules.


CHEM 254 BASIC INORGANIC CHEMISTRY [3]
It provides the basic concept and application of inorganic chemistry. It includes the localized bond approach, acid-base reaction, solution property, electrochemistry, and descriptive chemistry of elements. It also provides the basic theory and application of coordination chemistry.


CHEM 300 UNDERGRADUATE ADVANCED RESEARCH I [3]
In this course, students learn experimental and theoretical methods that are currently used in the modern chemistry research laboratory, and broaden the understanding of the research field and the research methods.


CHEM 305 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I [3]
We learn about the molecular orbital theory in terms of group theory as modern theory for molecular structure. It also covers a general background of coordination chemistry, the bonding and interpretation of absorption spectra and reaction mechanism of coordination complexes.


CHEM 307 BIOCHEMISTRY I [3]
Survey of the structure and function of biological molecules, including carbohydrates, liquids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Emphasis on relation to other life sciences. Topics include metabolism, vitamins, membrane, and hormones.


CHEM 308 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II [3]
This course concentrates on more advanced topics in inorganic chemistry areas such as organometallic chemistry, solid chemistry, and bioinorganic chemistry.


CHEM 310 UNDERGRADUATE ADVANCED RESEARCH II [3]
In this course, students learn experimental and theoretical methods that are currently used in the modern chemistry research laboratory, and broaden the understanding of the research fields and the research methods.


CHEM 313 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY [2]
Experiments on gases, thermochemistry, solutions, equilibrium, chemical kinetics, various spectroscopies, surface chemistry, photochemistry, and mass spectrometry.


CHEM 321 QUANTUM CHEMISTRY [3]
Fundamental principles and theory of quantum mechanics, application of the principles to the field of atomic structure, electronic configuration, chemical bonding and molecular reactivities.


CHEM 322 PHYSICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [3]
Systematic review of organic reaction mechanism and stereochemistry; application of physical methods to the organic reaction mechanism studies. Correlation of structure and reactivity.


CHEM 326 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS [3]
This course deals with basics and related subjects of a variety of spectroscopy, electron spectroscopy, mass spectrometry and separation in order to identify and quantitatively measure the constituents in a substance of interest.


CHEM 328 BIOCHEMISTRY II [3]
Survey of the structure and function of biological molecules, including carbohydrates, liquids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Emphasis on relation to other life sciences. Topics include metabolism, vitamins, membrane, and hormones.


CHEM 391 EDUCATION THEORIES FOR CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM [3]
Critical review of chemistry curriculum in secondary level schools. Offered to prospective secondary schoolteacher.


CHEM 394 TEXTBOOK STUDY AND TEACHING METHODS [3]
Orientation and systematic review of general chemistry of prospective high school chemistry teachers.


CHEM 411 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY [2]
This course covers the synthesis and purification methods of inorganic complexes, especially learning how to prepare air-sensitive compounds. It conducts the various experiments including the physical properties and reactivity of radiation complexes.


CHEM 452 COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY [3]
This course is to introduce an application of computer to chemistry. Mainly PC-based lab., chemical kinetics modelling, quantum chemistry calculations including molecular structure modelling and so on.


CHEM 453 ORGANIC SPECTROSCOPY [3]
General principles of NMR, IR, UV and mass spectroscopy and their application for the determination of organic compounds.


CHEM 455 ORGANIC SYNTHESIS CHEMISTRY [3]
This lecture deals with basic backgrounds for organic synthetic including reaction mechanism, new synthetic methodologies and their application to synthesis of natural products, and stereochemistry of organic chemistry.


CHEM 457 NANOCHEMISTRY [3]
This course introduces the synthesis, characterization, properties, and application of materials in nanometer-regime. The current research trend in this field, in particular, will be reviewed in order to improve students°Ø creativity and adaptability which are of paramount importance in the new interdisciplinary fields such as NT-BT and NT-IT.


CHEM 458 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III [3]
On the basis of thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, the novel fields in modern chemistry such as reaction dynamics, surface chemistry, applied electrochemistry, etc are studied.


CHEM 461 POLYMER CHEMISTRY I [3]
Polymer Chemistry I Introduction to polymer chemistry. Basic concepts and physical chemistry aspects of polymer science are dealt with in this course. Firm background in Physical and Organic Chemistry is required.


CHEM 462 POLYMER CHEMISTRY II [3]
Polymer Chemistry II Continuation to Polymer Chemistry I. Organic chemistry of polymer science is the major lecture content.


CHEM 464 INTRODUCTION TO THE MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY [3]
The compounds, which are indispensible for the protection of human-health and in the improvement of quality of life, be treated. The whole process in the development of medicine, the identification of such compounds, elucidations of their working mechanism, examination of their efficacy and safety, and clinical tests of them, will be discussed.