CHEM 5320 Colloquium II
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CHEM 85.2.
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Minimum of 9 hours recitation, conference, and independent work§; 3 credits
Intensive reading and group discussion of a special field. A term report or examination may be required. Students should consult the department bulletin board for current offerings. Colloquium topics may include: statistical mechanics, polymer chemistry, interfacial phenomena, neurochemistry, physical biochemistry, spectroscopy, separation methods, solid-state, modern electrochemical methods. Students and faculty may suggest colloquium topics to the chairperson.
Prerequisite: completion of an approved program of advanced courses and permission of the chairperson.
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