CHEM 432L Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics Laboratory

1 credit, Spring

Continues the education in safe chemistry laboratory practices and proper laboratory record keeping. Advanced mathematical concepts are introduced and utilized in data analysis. Techniques of gas-phase reactions and thermochemical analysis are introduced. Computational chemistry is used to complement traditional wet-chemistry techniques.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in CHEM 431and CHEM 431L or permission of department chair

Concurrent course(s): CHEM 432