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Course Overview

This is the first course of a two-semester sequence. This course will cover the principles of physical chemistry in the areas of thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, equilibrium, transport properties and reaction kinetics. Applications will be chosen to illustrate how these principles are used to describe biomolecular behavior such as in osmosis, ion channels, proteins or bioenergetics.

PHY 108 & 110 or PHY 152 & 154; and MAT 150

Program: Chemistry

Credit: 3

Other Courses

CHE-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

Chemistry

Credits 1-3

CHE-326

Biochemistry: Nutrients and…

A study of the principles and reactions that…

Chemistry

Credits 3

CHE-327

Biochemistry Laboratory I

A laboratory course to accompany CHE 325. Qualitative…

Chemistry

Credits 1

CHE-328

Biochemistry Laboratory II

A laboratory course to accompany CHE 326. Qualitative…

Chemistry

Credits 1

CHE-332

Quantum Biology

This is the second course of a two-semester…

Chemistry

Credits 3

CHE-333

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This is the laboratory companion to the Physical…

Chemistry

Credits 1