Chemistry

For courses in other departments that may count toward the major, see the printed YCPS or consult the director of undergraduate studies.
Information regarding the required and recommended textbooks for courses in Yale College can be found in the Online Course Information system (OCI).

 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM112 .
1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
This is the second required section for CHEM 112.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 112 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1741 and CHEM 012 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1801
 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM112 .
3 HTBA Staff
    
Additional for Chemistry 112.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only. Please go to the following websites to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 112 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3052 and CHEM 012 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3055

Students must sign up for both discussion sections(112) and problem solving sections(012) using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:


112 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25

012 problem solving sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM112 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  
Additional for Chemistry 112.

 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM112 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  
Additional for Chemistry 112.

 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM 112 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  
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Additional section for CHEM 112.

Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 012: Preference Selection Students must sign up for both discussion sections (112) and problem solving sections (012) using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 112 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20
012 problem solving sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  012a , Additional Section for CHEM 112 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  

Additional section for CHEM 112.

 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM113 .
HTBA Staff
   (0)  
This is the second required section for CHEM 113.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 013 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1561 and CHEM 113 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1564
 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM113 .
3 HTBA Staff
    
This is the second required section for CHEM 113.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 013 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1561 and CHEM 113 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1564
 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM113 .
1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM113 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  
 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM 113 .
1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
   (0)  

Additional section for CHEM 113.

Students planning to take CHEM 113 must sign up for both discussion sections and problem-solving sections (CHEM 013) using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  013b , Additional section for CHEM 113 .
1 HTBA Richard Baxter
   (0)  

Additional section for CHEM 113.

 
CHEM  014a , Additional Section for CHEM112 .
  Staff
   (0)  
Additional for Chemistry 112.

 
CHEM  015b , Additional section for CHEM113 .
  Staff
   (0)  
 
CHEM  101a , Chemistry in the Modern World .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (22)  
Basic concepts necessary to understand how chemistry affects life in the modern world. Laws, events, and other ways that chemistry shapes human lives.
Intended for non-science majors; no prerequisites. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale.
 
CHEM  101a , Chemistry in the Modern World .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (22)  

Basic concepts necessary to understand how chemistry affects life in the modern world. Laws, events, and other ways that chemistry shapes human lives.

Intended for non?science majors; no prerequisites. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale.

 
CHEM  101b , Chemistry in the Modern World .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (22)  

Basic concepts necessary to understand how chemistry affects life in the modern world. Laws, events, and other ways that chemistry shapes human lives.

Intended for non?science majors; no prerequisites. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale.

 
CHEM  102b , Introduction to Green Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 23 Paul Anastas
   (32)  

Overview of the basic concepts and methods needed to design processes and synthesize materials in an environmentally benign way. Related issues of global sustainability. Case studies that suggest possible solutions for the serious environmental and toxicological issues currently facing industry and society.

Intended for non?science majors with a basic high school background in chemistry and physics, as well as high school algebra. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major.

 
CHEM  102b , Introduction to Green Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 23 Paul Anastas
   (32)  

Overview of the basic concepts and methods needed to design processes and synthesize materials in an environmentally benign way. Related issues of global sustainability. Case studies that suggest possible solutions for the serious environmental and toxicological issues currently facing industry and society.

Intended for non?science majors with a basic high school background in chemistry and physics, as well as high school algebra. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major.

 
CHEM  103b , Chemistry, Energy, and the Environment .
MW 7.00-7.50p ; TTh 1.00-2.15 SCL 253 John Tully
Sc  (26)  
Introduction to principles that govern chemical processes in everyday life, with emphasis on the production and use of energy. Exploration of constraints imposed by the laws of thermodynamics and the underlying nature of chemical reactions, as well as associated direct and environmental costs.
Intended for non-science majors with a basic high school background in chemistry and physics, as well as high school algebra. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale.
 
CHEM  103b , Chemistry, Energy, and the Environment .
TTh 1.00-2.15 SCL 253 John Tully
Sc  (26)  

Introduction to principles that govern chemical processes in everyday life, with emphasis on the production and use of energy. Exploration of constraints imposed by the laws of thermodynamics and the underlying nature of chemical reactions, as well as associated direct and environmental costs.

Intended for non?science majors with a basic high school background in chemistry and physics, as well as high school algebra. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 103 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3634

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

103 discussion sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Wednesday 7:00-7:50 PM

 
CHEM  104b , Chemistry of Food and Cooking .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 160 Elsa Yan, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  

Fundamental principles for understanding chemical structures and interactions as well as energy and speed of chemical processes. Application of these principles to food and cooking, including demonstrations. This course is designed for non-STEM majors.

Prerequisite: preference given to students who have not taken AP or college-level chemistry.

 
CHEM  104a , Chemistry of Food and Cooking .
TTh 1.00-2.15 SCL 160 Elsa Yan
Sc  (0)  

Fundamental principles for understanding chemical structures and interactions as well as energy and speed of chemical processes. Application of these principles to food and cooking, including demonstrations. This course is designed for non-STEM majors.

Prerequisite: preference given to students who have not taken AP or college-level chemistry.

 
CHEM  105b , Chemistry for the Environment .
MW 11.35-12.50 WTS B60; 1 HTBA Paul Anastas
Sc  (50)  

Exploration of the fundamentals of chemistry, including atoms, molecules, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, chemical/physical properties, and periodic table trends. How chemistry can address global human health and environmental issues through development of appropriate solutions using green chemistry approaches.

No prerequisites; intended for non?science majors. Does not satisfy premedical chemistry requirements or requirements for the Chemistry major. Not open to students who have completed another chemistry course at Yale.

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57; 1 HTBA SPL 57 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.
Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 112 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1741 and CHEM 012 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1801

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only. Please go to the following websites to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 112 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3052 and CHEM 012 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3055

Students must sign up for both discussion sections(112) and problem solving sections(012) using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:


112 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25

012 problem solving sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19; 1 HTBA SCL 19 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19; 1 HTBA SCL 19 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111; 1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 112: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8290 Students must sign up for both discussion sections (112) and problem solving sections (012) using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

112 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 1:30-2:20
012 problem solving sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  112a , Chemistry with Problem Solving I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A systematic introduction to chemistry. Topics include atomic/molecular structure, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity/bonding, and reactions in aqueous solutions. For beginning students in chemistry or for those whose exposure to the subject has been moderate. Special emphasis on scientific problem-solving skills through an additional discussion section devoted to quantitative reasoning.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18; 1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 112a. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.
Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 112a. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only. Please go to the following websites to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 113 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3592 and CHEM 013 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3595

Students must sign up for both discussion sections(113) and problem solving sections(013) using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:


113 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25

013 problem solving sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18; 1 HTBA SCL 18 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 112. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. After CHEM 112. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18; 1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 112. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. After CHEM 112. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111; 1 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 112. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. After CHEM 112. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only. Students must sign up for both discussion sections and problem-solving sections (CHEM 013) using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  113b , Chemistry with Problem Solving II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Richard Baxter
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 112. Phase-dependent properties of matter, solutions and their behavior, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at one discussion section and one problem-solving section required. After CHEM 112. Enrollment limited to freshmen, by placement only.

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Victor Batista
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.
Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116La. Enrollment by placement only.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1924

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Ann Valentine
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116La. Enrollment by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 114 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3058

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

114 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA SCL 110 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  114b , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18; 1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  114a , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  114b , Comprehensive General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111 Nilay Hazari
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. For students with a good secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 116L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 114a. Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.
Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 114a. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117Lb. Enrollment by placement only.

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 114a. Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 114a. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117Lb. Enrollment by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 115 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3598

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

115 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  115a , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57; 1 HTBA J. Patrick Loria
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA SCL 110 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115a , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57; 1 HTBA SPL 57 J. Patrick Loria
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 59; 1 HTBA Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115a , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57; 1 HTBA Gary Brudvig
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  115a , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57 J. Patrick Loria
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  115b , Comprehensive General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and descriptive chemistry of the elements.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 114 or the equivalent in advanced placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 117L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.
To accompany or follow CHEM 112a or 114a. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1930

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
3 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112a or 114a. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 116L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3064

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

116L laboratory sections:
Monday 12:00-4:00 PM
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00-4:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00-4:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM
Friday 12:00-4:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  116Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  116Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA Marie van Staveren, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, W, or TH, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  116Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Marie van Staveren, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, W, or TH, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  116La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
MTWF 1.00-2.00 SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  116Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 112 or 114. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
M-F 1.00-5.00 SCL 114; M-F 12.00-4.00 SCL 114 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 116La. Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.
After CHEM 116La. To accompany or follow CHEM 113b or 115b. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
3 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 116La. Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

After CHEM116La. To accompany or follow CHEM 113b or 115b. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 117L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3601

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

117L laboratory sections:
Monday 12:00-4:00 PM
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00-4:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00-4:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM
Friday 12:00-4:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  117La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 12?4 or 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
2 HTBA SCL 160; 4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi, Marie van Staveren
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 12?4 or 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  117La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  117Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 116L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 113 or 115. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 DAVIES AUD; 1 HTBA Mark Johnson
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.
Enrollment by placement only.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1927

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 DAVIES AUD Mark Johnson, Gary Brudvig
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required

An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Enrollment by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 118 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3061

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

118 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA Mark Johnson
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required

An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 119L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required

An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.

 

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 119L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA Mark Johnson
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required

An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 119L. Enrollment by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 118: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8305 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 118 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  118a , Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required

An advanced course emphasizing conceptual aspects and physical principles in general chemistry. Fulfills the general chemistry prerequisite for organic chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 119L. Enrollment by placement only. 

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Comprehensive General Chemistry .
4 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.
Accompanies CHEM 118a, 328a, or 332a.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1933

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Comprehensive General Chemistry .
3 HTBA SCL 140 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Accompanies CHEM 118a, 328a, or 332a. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 119L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3067 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 119L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Comprehensive General Chemistry .
4 HTBA SCL Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.

Accompanies CHEM 118. Also suggested for freshmen enrolled in CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Comprehensive General Chemistry .
4 HTBA SCL Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.

Accompanies CHEM 118. Also suggested for freshmen enrolled in CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
4 HTBA SCL 140 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.

Accompanies CHEM 118. Also suggested for freshmen enrolled in CHEM 332. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 119L: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8308 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 119L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  119La , Laboratory for Quantitative Foundations of General Chemistry .
1 HTBA SCL 140 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory for students with advanced standing. Emphasis on the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with quantitative and data analysis.

Accompanies CHEM 118. Also suggested for freshmen enrolled in CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA J. Michael McBride
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department?s advanced chemistry placement examination.
Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 126La.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1936

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 J. Michael McBride
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a or 332a must also register in person and take a placement examination. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the Freshman Web site. All freshman candidates for CHEM 124a, 220a, 225b, or 332a are required to take the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 126La. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 124 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3070

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

124 discussion sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Thursday 7:00-7:50 PM
Thursday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 BASS 305; 1 HTBA BASS 305 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 59; 1 HTBA Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 59; 1 HTBA Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 124: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8311 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 124 discussion sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Thursday 7:00-7:50 PM
Thursday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  124a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 59 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 J. Michael McBride
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 124a. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.
After CHEM 124a. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 127Lb.

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 J. Michael McBride
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 124a. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a or 332a must also register in person and take a placement examination. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the Freshman Web site. All freshman candidates for CHEM 124a, 220a, 225b, or 332a are required to take the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

After CHEM 124a. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 127Lb. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 125 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3604

Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options:

125 discussion sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Monday 8:00-8:50 PM
Thursday 7:00-7:50 PM
Thursday 8:00-8:50 PM

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 Scott Miller
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 124. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 124. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA Scott Miller
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 124. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 124. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160; 1 HTBA William Jorgensen, Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 124. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 124. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  125b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 Jonathan Ellman, Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 124. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 124. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  126La , Laboratory for Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
The first half of a two-term laboratory sequence designed to introduce the basic synthetic and analytic techniques of organic chemistry.
Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 124a.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1939

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  126La , Laboratory for Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
3 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

The first half of a two-term laboratory sequence designed to introduce the basic synthetic and analytic techniques of organic chemistry.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 124a. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 126L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3073

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

126L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  127Lb , Laboratory for Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MTW 1.00-5.00 SCL 149; Th 12.00-4.00 SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
The second half of a two-term laboratory sequence in organic chemistry. One-, two-, and three-step syntheses of organic target molecules.
After CHEM 126La. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 125b.

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  127Lb , Laboratory for Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
3 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

The second half of a two-term laboratory sequence in organic chemistry. One-, two-, and three-step syntheses of organic target molecules.


Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Placement is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data, as discussed in the YCPS. Time and place for the orientation meeting, registration, and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College.

After CHEM 126La. Must be taken concurrently with CHEM 125b. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 127L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3607

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

127L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-4:30 PM
Tuesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Wednesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Thursday 1:00-4:30 PM
Friday 1:00-4:30 PM

 
CHEM  134La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 161 or 163. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  134Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 161 or 163. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  134La , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 161 or 163. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  134Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory I .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to basic chemistry laboratory methods. Techniques required for quantitative analysis of thermodynamic processes and the properties of gases.

To accompany or follow CHEM 161 or 163. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  136La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 111 Jonathan Parr, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 134L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 165 or 167. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  136Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 134L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 165 or 167. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  136La , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 134L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 165 or 167. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  136Lb , General Chemistry Laboratory II .
4 HTBA SCL 160 Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to rate and equilibrium measurements, acid-base chemistry, synthesis of inorganic compounds, and qualitative/quantitative analysis.

After CHEM 134L or the equivalent in advanced placement. To accompany or follow CHEM 165 or 167. May not be taken after a higher-numbered laboratory course.

 
CHEM  161a , General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Patrick Holland, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. Appropriate either as a first chemistry course or for students with one year of high school chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 134L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  161b , General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Nilay Hazari
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. Appropriate either as a first chemistry course or for students with one year of high school chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 134L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  161a , General Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Patrick Holland, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern descriptive, inorganic, and physical chemistry. Atomic theory, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical periodicity, concepts in chemical bonding, and the shapes of molecules. Appropriate either as a first chemistry course or for students with one year of high school chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 134L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  163a , Comprehensive University Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 James Mayer, Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An in-depth examination of the principles of atomic, molecular, and stolid state chemistry, including structures, periodicity, and chemical reactivity. Topics include the quantum mechanics of atoms and chemical bonding, and inorganic, organic, and solid state molecules and materials. For students with strong secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 134L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  163a , Comprehensive University Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 James Mayer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An in-depth examination of the principles of atomic, molecular, and stolid state chemistry, including structures, periodicity, and chemical reactivity. Topics include the quantum mechanics of atoms and chemical bonding, and inorganic, organic, and solid state molecules and materials. For students with strong secondary school exposure to general chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 134L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  165b , General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 161. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  165b , General Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 110 Jonathan Parr
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 161. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  167b , From Microbes to Molecules II .
MWF 9.25-11.15 CRB Andrew Phillips
Sc  (0)  
Permission of instructor required

The second term of a yearlong introduction to biology and chemistry through research on soil bacteria isolated from the Yale campus. Focus on the molecular basis of antibiotic activity. Introduction to organic chemistry, the structure of small molecules and their place in central dogma, physical principles underpinning separations science, molecular spectroscopy, and mass spectroscopy. Class sessions include lecture and laboratory components.

Prerequisite: MCDB 166. Enrollment limited to freshmen and sophomores, with preference to freshmen.

 
CHEM  167a , Comprehensive University Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 57 J. Patrick Loria
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 163, or with equivalent placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  167b , Comprehensive University Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 163, or with equivalent placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  167a , Comprehensive University Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111 Richard Baxter
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 163, or with equivalent placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  167b , Comprehensive University Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 160 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Topics include kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, free energy and entropy, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Prerequisite: CHEM 163, or with equivalent placement. Normally accompanied by CHEM 136L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  174a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SPL 59 Scott Miller
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  174a , Freshman Organic Chemistry I .
MWF 10.30-11.20 HLH17 101 Timothy Newhouse
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course focused on current theories of structure and mechanism in organic chemistry, their development, and their basis in experimental observation. Open to freshmen with excellent preparation in chemistry, mathematics, and physics who have taken the department's advanced chemistry placement examination.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. Normally accompanied by CHEM 222L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  175b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 174. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 174. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  175b , Freshman Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 111 Scott Miller
Sc  (33)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 174. Survey of simple and complex reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, organic synthesis, and the molecules of nature.

Attendance at a weekly discussion section required. After CHEM 174. Normally accompanied by CHEM 223L. Enrollment by placement only.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Frederick Ziegler, Seth Herzon
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period
An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222La or Lb. Discussion section at 12.30 is offered in fall term only.
After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221b.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1942

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 59; 1 HTBA SCL 003 Seth Herzon
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period
An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222La or Lb. Discussion section at 12.30 is offered in fall term only.
After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221b.
 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Frederick Ziegler
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222La or Lb. Discussion section at 12.30 is offered in fall term only.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221a or b. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 220 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3076 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 220 discussion sections:
Monday 12:30-1:20
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 12:30-1:20
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 12:30-1:20
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 12:30-1:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 59 William Jorgensen, Scott Miller
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222La or Lb. Discussion section at 12.30 is offered in fall term only.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221a or b. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 220 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3610 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 220b discussion sections:
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Frederick Ziegler
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA SCL 110 Seth Herzon
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; 1 HTBA Frederick Ziegler
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA Paul Rablen
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; 1 HTBA Paul Rablen
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 230. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 HLH17 101 Timothy Newhouse
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111 Sarah Slavoff
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  220a , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  220b , Organic Chemistry .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111 Sarah Slavoff
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An introductory course covering the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 222L.

After college-level general chemistry. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Usually followed by CHEM 221 or 230.

 
CHEM  221b , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA David Spiegel
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period
The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223La or Lb.
After CHEM 220a or b. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.
 
CHEM  221a , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 57 Martin Saunders
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223La or Lb.

After CHEM 220a or b. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 221 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3085 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 221 discussion sections:
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  221b , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Alanna Schepartz, Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223La or Lb.

After CHEM 220a or b. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 221 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3613 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 221 discussion sections:
Monday 12:30-1:20
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 2:30-3:20
Tuesday 12:30-1:20
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 2:30-3:20
Wednesday 12:30-1:20
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 2:30-3:20
Thursday 12:30-1:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 2:30-3:20

 
CHEM  221a , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111 David Spiegel
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  221b , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Scott Miller
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  221a , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111 David Spiegel, Seth Herzon
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  221b , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110 Jason Crawford
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  221a , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  221b , The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 110 Jason Crawford
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of organic reactivity and how they form the basis for biological processes. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223L.

After CHEM 220. Students who have earned a grade lower than C in general chemistry are cautioned that they may not be sufficiently prepared for this course.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.
After or concurrently with CHEM 220a or b or 225b. Prerequisite: CHEM 117Lb or equivalent.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1945
 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
MTWF 1.00-5.00 SCL 145; Th 12.00-4.00 SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.
After or concurrently with CHEM 220a or b or 225b. Prerequisite: CHEM 117Lb or equivalent.
 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
3 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 220a or b. Prerequisite: CHEM 117Lb or equivalent. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 222L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3079 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 222L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
3 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 220a or b. Prerequisite: CHEM 117Lb or equivalent. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 222L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3616 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 222L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-4:30 PM
Tuesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Wednesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Thursday 1:00-4:30 PM
Friday 1:00-4:30 PM

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 117L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 124 or 220. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 166 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 166 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  222La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 229 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  222Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I .
4 HTBA SCL 229 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

First term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 136L or equivalent. After or concurrently with CHEM 174 or 220.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.
After or concurrently with CHEM 221b or 227a. Prerequisite: CHEM 222La or Lb.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1948
 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
MTWF 1.00-5.00 SCL 149; Th 12.00-4.00 SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  
Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.
After or concurrently with CHEM 221b or 227a. Prerequisite: CHEM 222La or Lb.
 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
5 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 221a or b. Prerequisite: CHEM 222La or Lb. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 223L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3082 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 223L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM
Friday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
3 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 221a or b. Prerequisite: CHEM 222La or Lb. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 223L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3619 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 223L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-4:30 PM
Tuesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Wednesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Thursday 1:00-4:30 PM
Friday 1:00-4:30 PM

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 145 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, <221>, or 230.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, <221>, or 230.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, <221>, or 230. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 149 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 125, <221>, or 230. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, TH, or F, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 166 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 152 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 166 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223La , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 233 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  223Lb , Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 233 Christine DiMeglio
Sc  (0)  

Second term of an introductory laboratory sequence covering basic synthetic and analytic techniques in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 222L. After or concurrently with CHEM 175, 221, or 230.

 
CHEM  224La , Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
A one-term course in advanced chemistry laboratory technique, synthesis, and chemical analysis intended to bring the student closer to independent research.
Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. A second term of this laboratory may be elected to provide coverage equivalent to that of CHEM 226La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.
 
CHEM  224Lb , Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
T 1.00-5.00 SCL 168; Th 12.00-4.00 SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
A one-term course in advanced chemistry laboratory technique, synthesis, and chemical analysis intended to bring the student closer to independent research.
Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. A second term of this laboratory may be elected to provide coverage equivalent to that of CHEM 226La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.
 
CHEM  226La , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
4 HTBA Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.
Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.
 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
T 1.00-5.00 SCL 168; Th 12.00-4.00 SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.
Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.
 
CHEM  226La , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
3 HTBA SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors. 226L laboratory sections:
Students must take both sections
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00-4:00 PM

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
3 HTBA SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127Lb or 223La or Lb. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors. 226L laboratory sections:
Students must take both sections
Tuesday 1:00-4:30 PM
Thursday 1:00-4:30 PM

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
3 HTBA SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 127L or 223L. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
4 HTBA SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM <127L> or 223L. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
TTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 168 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced organic chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM <127L> or 223L. For enrollment procedures, contact the instructors.

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
TTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 152 Christine DiMeglio, Jonathan Parr
Sc WR (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 223L. Enrollment is limited; e-mail course instructor for enrollment procedure.

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
TTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 152 Christine DiMeglio
Sc WR (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 223L. Enrollment is limited; e-mail course instructor for enrollment procedure.

 
CHEM  226Lb , Intensive Advanced Chemistry Laboratory .
TTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 231 Christine DiMeglio
Sc WR (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

An intensive course in advanced chemistry laboratory technique intended to bring the student closer to independent research. Included are an independent laboratory project and presentation, introduction to library research, and training in the use of various analytical techniques.

Offered subject to available laboratory space and sufficient enrollment. After CHEM 223L. Enrollment is limited; e-mail course instructor for enrollment procedure.

 
CHEM  227a , Comprehensive Organic Chemistry II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 59; 1 HTBA SCL Martin Saunders
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period
The second part of a two-term comprehensive introductory sequence in organic chemistry. Spectroscopic structure determination and organic synthesis. The laboratory for this course is CHEM 223La.
After CHEM 220a or b or 225b.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1951
 
CHEM  230a , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 Andrew Phillips
Sc  (32)  
Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220.

 
CHEM  230b , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA SCL 110 Andrew Phillips
Sc  (32)  
Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220.

 
CHEM  230a , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; 1 HTBA SCL 160 Andrew Phillips
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required

Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220.

 
CHEM  230b , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA David Spiegel
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required

Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220.

 
CHEM  230a , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 111; 1 HTBA Jason Crawford
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required

Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles are used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  230b , Organic Chemistry of Biological Pathways .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 110; 1 HTBA SCL 110 Jason Crawford
Sc  (32)  
Permission of instructor required

Chemical principles that underpin living systems explored through organic chemistry. Examples drawn from chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, and the emergent field of chemical biology. Key conceptual frameworks such as structure, function, and mechanism and their relations to the chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, selected drugs, and other topics in the life sciences. Mechanistic principles are used to examine enzymatic processes and the role of cofactors in the context of primary metabolism and natural products biosynthesis.

After CHEM 220. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  251b , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
  Staff
Sc  (0)  
Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.
After CHEM 126L or 223La or Lb; concurrently with or after CHEM 252b, 452a, or 457a.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=343
 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
MTW 1.00-5.00 SCL 140 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  
Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.
After CHEM 119La or 126La or 222La or Lb; concurrently with or after CHEM 252b.
 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
MWF 1.00-5.00 SCL 140; F 2.30-3.20 SCL 18 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

After CHEM 119La or 126La or 222La or Lb; concurrently with or after CHEM 252b. This course has a mandatory lecture which will take place on Fridays from 2:30-3:20 Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 251L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3622 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 251L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  251Lb , ??Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
  Jonathan Parr
4 HTBA SCL Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L, 126L, or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
4 HTBA SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L, <126L>, or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
F 2.30-3.20 SCL 18; 4 HTBA SCL 140 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L, <126L>, or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, or TH, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
F 2.30-3.20 SCL 19; 4 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
F 2.30-3.20 SCL 19; 4 HTBA Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  251Lb , Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory .
F 2.30-3.20 SCL 19; 4 HTBA SCL 230 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (0)  

Introductory laboratory course covering synthetic and physical characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.

Prerequisite: CHEM 119L or 222L; concurrently with or after CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19; 1 HTBA Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period
The "vigor and diversity" of modern inorganic chemistry are presented; an introduction to the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.
After CHEM 113b, 115b, or 118a. May not be taken after CHEM 450b, 452a, or 457a.
 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

The "vigor and diversity" of modern inorganic chemistry are presented; an introduction to the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

After CHEM 113b, 115b, or 118a. After or concurrently with CHEM 220a or b or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450b, 452a, or 457a. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 252 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3625 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 252 discussion sections:
Monday 11:35-12:25
Tuesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Thursday 1:30-2:20

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19; 1 HTBA SCL 19 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

The "vigor and diversity" of modern inorganic chemistry are presented; an introduction to the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 23; 1 HTBA Nilay Hazari
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

The "vigor and diversity" of modern inorganic chemistry are presented; an introduction to the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19; 1 HTBA Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

The "vigor and diversity" of modern inorganic chemistry are presented; an introduction to the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

Principles and applications of modern inorganic chemistry. Introduction to some of the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

Principles and applications of modern inorganic chemistry. Introduction to some of the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457.

 
CHEM  252b , Introductory Inorganic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period

Principles and applications of modern inorganic chemistry. Introduction to some of the fundamental concepts of solid-state chemistry, coordination chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, and organometallic chemistry.

Prerequisite: college-level general chemistry. After or concurrently with CHEM 220 or by permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 450, 452, or 457.

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 19; 1 HTBA Elsa Yan
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period
Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.
CHEM 332a is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 332a.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1954
 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SPL 59 Richard Baxter
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332a is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a or b suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 332a. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 328 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3088 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 328 discussion sections:
Wednesday 10:30-11:20
Wednesday 11:35-12:25
Wednesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Thursday 10:30-11:20
Thursday 11:35-12:25
Thursday 7:00-7:50 PM

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 160 Elsa Yan
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332 is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Elsa Yan
Sc QR (33)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332 is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 332. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 328 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8590 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 328 discussion sections: Monday 11:35-12:25 Monday 2:30-3:20 Monday 7:00-7:50PM Wednesday 11:35-12:25 Wednesday 3:30-4:20 Wednesday 7:00-7:50PM

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Elsa Yan
Sc QR (33)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332 is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Richard Baxter
Sc QR (33)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332 is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  328a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Biological Sciences .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Ziad Ganim
Sc QR (33)  
Meets during reading period

Physical chemical principles and their application to the chemical and life sciences. Thermodynamics, chemical and biochemical kinetics, solution physical chemistry, electrochemistry, and membrane equilibria.

CHEM 332 is preferred for Chemistry majors. Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 332.

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18; 4 HTBA Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period
Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern physical chemistry. Analog/digital electronics, measurement of thermodynamic properties, optical laser spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance.
After or concurrently with CHEM 328a or 332a. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1.30 to 2.20 for the first week of the term.
 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328a or 332a. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1.30 to 2.20 for the first week of the term. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 330L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3094

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

330L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 26 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 26 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (37)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 330L: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8326 Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed) 330L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 26 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  330La , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry I .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 188; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Patrick Vaccaro, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period

Introduction to the tools and techniques of modern experimental physical chemistry, including analog/digital electronics, quantitative measurements of basic thermodynamic properties, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry.

After or concurrently with CHEM 328 or 332. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  331Lb , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry II .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 19 R. James Cross, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (36)  
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 330La. Application of physical methods to chemical analysis by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques.
After or concurrently with CHEM 333b. After CHEM 330La. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1.30 to 2.20 for the first week of the term.
 
CHEM  331Lb , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry II .
F 1.30-2.20 SCL 19; 3 HTBA SCL 19 R. James Cross, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 330La. Application of physical methods to chemical analysis by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques.

After or concurrently with CHEM 333b. After CHEM 330La. Meets on Thursday and Friday from 1.30 to 2.20 for the first week of the term. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 331L https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3628

Students must sign up for lab sections using the preference selection tool. Laboratory Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: (If you do not sign up in preference, a seat cannot be guaranteed)

331L laboratory sections:
Monday 1:00-5:00 PM
Tuesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday 1:00-5:00 PM
Thursday 1:00-5:00 PM

 
CHEM  331Lb , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry II .
4 HTBA SCL 26 R. James Cross, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Application of physical methods to chemical analysis by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques.

After CHEM 330L. After or concurrently with CHEM 333. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  331Lb , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry II .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 21 Marie van Staveren, Narasimhan Ganapathi
Sc  (50)  
Meets during reading period

Application of physical methods to chemical analysis by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques.

After CHEM 330L. After or concurrently with CHEM 333. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term. Students must sign up for laboratory sections using the Preference Selection tool. Final section times are scheduled based on enrollment preferences from the following options: M, T, W, or TH, 1?5 p.m.

 
CHEM  331Lb , Laboratory for Physical Chemistry II .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 26 Patrick Vaccaro, Charles Schmuttenmaer, Kurt Zilm
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Application of physical methods to chemical analysis by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques.

After CHEM 330L. After or concurrently with CHEM 333. Meets on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:30 to 2:20 for the first week of the term.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; HTBA R. James Cross
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.
Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 328a.
Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for this course: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=1957

Freshmen planning to take an introductory Chemistry course during their first term are required to preregister over the summer. Those planning to elect CHEM 124a, 220a, or 332a must also take a placement examination as described in the YCPS and in the Freshman Handbook. Placement in other introductory Chemistry courses is made on the basis of test scores and other admissions data. Time and place for the orientation meeting and placement examination are listed in the Calendar for the Opening Days of College. For further information on placement see the YCPS and the Freshman Handbook.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a or b suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 328a. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 332 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3091 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 332 discussion sections:
Monday 1:30-2:20
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Wednesday 7:00-7:50 PM

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19; 1 HTBA SCL Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus required; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested; or permission of instructor. May not be taken after CHEM 328.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 57; 1 HTBA SCL 18 R. James Cross
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 328.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 57; 1 HTBA R. James Cross
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 328. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 332: https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=8329 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 332 discussion sections:
Monday 10:30-11:20
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Wednesday 10:30-11:20
Wednesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Thursday 10:30-11:20
Thursday 7:00-7:50 PM

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 57 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 328.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SPL 57 R. James Cross
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 328.

 
CHEM  332a , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences I .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

A comprehensive survey of modern physical and theoretical chemistry, including topics drawn from thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, and kinetics.

Prerequisites: introductory physics, college-level general chemistry, and single-variable calculus, or permission of instructor; MATH 120 or ENAS 151 suggested. May not be taken after CHEM 328.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MT 1.30-2.20 SCL 111; MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160; WTh 7.00-7.50p Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
Continuation of CHEM 332a, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.
Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a required; familiarity with differential equations recommended; or permission of instructor.
 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332a, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a required; familiarity with differential equations recommended; or permission of instructor. Please go to the following website to enter preferences for sections for CHEM 333 https://students.yale.edu/ocs-preference/select/select?id=3631 Students must sign up for discussion sections using the preference selection tool. Discussion Section times will be chosen based on enrollment from the following options: 333 discussion sections:
Monday 7:00-7:50 PM
Tuesday 1:30-2:20
Tuesday 7:00-7:50 PM
Wednesday 1:30-2:20
Wednesday 7:00-7:50 PM

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19; 1 HTBA SCL 19 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332 required; familiarity with differential equations recommended; or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19; 1 HTBA Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisite: CHEM 328 or 332, or permission of instructor. Recommended preparation: familiarity with differential equations.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 18; 1 HTBA Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisite: CHEM 328 or 332, or permission of instructor. Recommended preparation: familiarity with differential equations. Students must sign up for discussion sections using the Preference Selection tool.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisite: CHEM 328 or 332, or permission of instructor. Recommended preparation: familiarity with differential equations.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisite: CHEM 328 or 332, or permission of instructor. Recommended preparation: familiarity with differential equations.

 
CHEM  333b , Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 160 Patrick Vaccaro
Sc QR (32)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Continuation of CHEM 332, including topics drawn from quantum mechanics, atomic/molecular structure, spectroscopy, and statistical thermodynamics.

Prerequisite: CHEM 328 or 332, or permission of instructor. Recommended preparation: familiarity with differential equations.

 
CHEM  335Lb , Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 26; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Ziad Ganim, Hailiang Wang
Sc  (0)  
Permission of instructor required

A laboratory course covering physical methods and chemical synthesis in materials and biophysical chemistry. Techniques include solution phase synthesis, solid state synthesis, UV-Vis, fluorescence, optical microscopy, SEM, STM, single molecule fluorescence, and optical trapping methods.

After two terms of general chemistry with laboratory, or concurrently with CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  335Lb , Materials and Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory .
MTWTh 1.00-5.00 SCL 187; F 1.30-2.20 SCL 18 Ziad Ganim, Hailiang Wang
Sc  (0)  
Permission of instructor required

A laboratory course covering physical methods and chemical synthesis in materials and biophysical chemistry. Techniques include solution phase synthesis, solid state synthesis, UV-Vis, fluorescence, optical microscopy, SEM, STM, single molecule fluorescence, and optical trapping methods.

After two terms of general chemistry with laboratory, or concurrently with CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 4.00-5.15 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr, Christine DiMeglio
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

A seminar-based discussion of current avenues in chemical research. Oral presentations by invited external speakers.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 4.00-5.15 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr, Christine DiMeglio
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

A seminar-based discussion of current avenues in chemical research. Oral presentations by invited external speakers.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 4.00-5.15 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr, Christine DiMeglio
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

Designed to engage students in the Chemistry research-seminar program by providing requisite scientific guidance and a forum for directed discussion. Participants explore current avenues of chemical research as presented orally by the prime movers in the field, thereby exploring the frontiers of current knowledge while still retaining the structured environment of a classroom.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 4.00-5.15 SCL 23 James Mayer
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

Designed to engage students in the Chemistry research-seminar program by providing requisite scientific guidance and a forum for directed discussion. Participants explore current avenues of chemical research as presented orally by the prime movers in the field, thereby exploring the frontiers of current knowledge while still retaining the structured environment of a classroom.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 4.00-5.15 SCL 23 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

Designed to engage students in the Chemistry research-seminar program by providing requisite scientific guidance and a forum for directed discussion. Participants explore current avenues of chemical research as presented orally by the prime movers in the field, thereby exploring the frontiers of current knowledge while still retaining the structured environment of a classroom. May fulfill all or part of the senior requirement for the Chemistry major, as detailed in the program description in the YCPS.

 
CHEM  400a , Current Chemistry Seminar .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 23 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required

Designed to engage students in the Chemistry research-seminar program by providing requisite scientific guidance and a forum for directed discussion. Participants explore current avenues of chemical research as presented orally by the prime movers in the field, thereby exploring the frontiers of current knowledge while still retaining the structured environment of a classroom. May fulfill all or part of the senior requirement for the Chemistry major, as detailed in the program description in the YCPS.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 19 William Jorgensen
Sc  (34)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, CHEM 328a or 332a, and CHEM 333b.
 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 19 William Jorgensen
Sc  (34)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221a or b, or 227a, CHEM 328a or 332a, and CHEM 333b.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
MW 11.35-12.50 CRB 123 William Jorgensen
Sc  (34)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
TTh 11.35-12.50 CRB 123 William Jorgensen
Sc  (24)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
TTh 11.35-12.50 CRB 123 William Jorgensen
Sc  (24)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
TTh 11.35-12.50 CRB 123 William Jorgensen
Sc  (24)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
TTh 11.35-12.50 CRB 123 William Jorgensen
Sc  (24)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  418a , Advanced Organic Chemistry I .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 111 William Jorgensen
Sc  (34)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Concise overview of structure, properties, thermodynamics, kinetics, reactions, and intermolecular interactions for organic molecular systems.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  421b , Chemical Biology .
TTh 9.00-10.15 CRB 302 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period
A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, and MCDB 120a or equivalent.
 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
TTh 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, and MCDB 120a or equivalent.
 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
TTh 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and MCDB 120 or equivalent.

 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
MW 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 David Spiegel, Jason Crawford
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and MCDB 120 or equivalent.

 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
MW 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Alanna Schepartz
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and BIOL 101 or equivalent; BIOL 102 recommended.

 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 160 Sarah Slavoff
Sc  (0)  

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and BIOL 101 or equivalent; BIOL 102 recommended.

 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
MW 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Sarah Slavoff, Jason Crawford
Sc  (32)  

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and BIOL 101 or equivalent; BIOL 102 recommended.

 
CHEM  421a , Chemical Biology .
MW 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Jason Crawford, Sarah Slavoff
Sc  (0)  

A one-term introduction to the origins and emerging frontiers of chemical biology. Discussion of the key molecular building blocks of biological systems and the history of macromolecular research in chemistry.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry, and BIOL 101 or equivalent; BIOL 102 recommended.

 
CHEM  423a , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
MWF 10.30-11.20 SCL 19 David Spiegel
Sc  (33)  
Meets during reading period
A discussion of modern methods. Functional group manipulation, synthesis and functionalization of stereodefined double bonds, carbonyl addition chemistry, and synthetic designs. Normally taken only by students with a special interest in organic synthesis; for others, CHEM 418a is more appropriate.
Prerequisite: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, or permission of instructor.
 
CHEM  423a , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 110 David Spiegel
Sc  (24)  
Meets during reading period

A discussion of modern methods. Functional group manipulation, synthesis and functionalization of stereodefined double bonds, carbonyl addition chemistry, and synthetic designs. Normally taken only by students with a special interest in organic synthesis; for others, CHEM 418 is more appropriate.

Prerequisite: two terms of organic chemistry or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  423b , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 18 Jonathan Ellman
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

A discussion of modern methods. Functional group manipulation, synthesis and functionalization of stereodefined double bonds, carbonyl addition chemistry, and synthetic designs. Normally taken only by students with a special interest in organic synthesis; for others, CHEM 418 is more appropriate.

Prerequisite: two terms of organic chemistry or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  423a , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 18 Timothy Newhouse
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

A discussion of modern methods. Functional group manipulation, synthesis and functionalization of stereodefined double bonds, carbonyl addition chemistry, and synthetic designs. Normally taken only by students with a special interest in organic synthesis; for others, CHEM 418 is more appropriate.

Prerequisite: two terms of organic chemistry or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  423a , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 18 Timothy Newhouse
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Survey of practical methods in synthetic organic chemistry. Emphasis on learning how to acquire new information and understand chemical reactivity from a fundamental and mechanistic perspective.

Prerequisite: two terms of organic chemistry or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  423a , Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 18 Timothy Newhouse
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Survey of practical methods in synthetic organic chemistry. Emphasis on learning how to acquire new information and understand chemical reactivity from a fundamental and mechanistic perspective.

Prerequisite: two terms of organic chemistry or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 253 Martin Saunders
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period
Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a and CHEM 333b.
 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 003 Andrew Phillips
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period
Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a and CHEM 333b.
 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 21 Martin Saunders
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 19 Martin Saunders
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 19 Martin Saunders
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 19 Martin Saunders
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  425b , Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination .
MWF 11.35-12.25 SCL 18 Martin Saunders
Sc  (34)  
Meets during reading period

Applications of NMR, ESR, infrared, UV, visible, and mass spectroscopy to chemical problems concerning structures and reactions. X-ray crystallography. Computer simulation of NMR spectra.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 333.

 
CHEM  426b , Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 William Jorgensen
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period
An introduction to modern computational methods employed for the study of chemistry and biochemistry, including molecular mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and molecular dynamics. Special emphasis on the hands-on use of computational packages for current applications ranging from organic reactions to protein-ligand binding and dynamics.
After organic chemistry and physical chemistry.
 
CHEM  426b , Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 19 William Jorgensen
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An introduction to modern computational methods employed for the study of chemistry and biochemistry, including molecular mechanics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and molecular dynamics. Special emphasis on the hands-on use of computational packages for current applications ranging from organic reactions to protein-ligand binding and dynamics.

After organic chemistry and physical chemistry.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 18 Victor Batista
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period
The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.
Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a, and CHEM 333b, or permission of instructor.
 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Victor Batista
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a, and CHEM 333b, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 John Tully
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Victor Batista
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Victor Batista
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19 R. James Cross
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430a , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19 Ziad Ganim
Sc QR (32)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  430b , Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 21 Victor Batista
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

The fundamentals of statistical mechanics developed and used to elucidate gas phase and condensed phase behavior, as well as to establish a microscopic derivation of the postulates of thermodynamics. Topics include ensembles; Fermi, Bose, and Boltzmann statistics; density matrices; mean field theories; phase transitions; chemical reaction dynamics; time-correlation functions; and Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332, and CHEM 333, or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  437b , Chemistry of Isotopes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 19 Martin Saunders
   (0)  
Meets during reading period
Advanced applications of isotopes to chemical problems and the theory associated with them, including kinetic and equilibrium isotope effects, tracer applications, and dating.
 
CHEM  437a , Chemistry of Isotopes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 Martin Saunders
   (0)  
Meets during reading period

Advanced applications of isotopes to chemical problems and the theory associated with them, including kinetic and equilibrium isotope effects, tracer applications, and dating.

 
CHEM  437a , Chemistry of Isotopes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Martin Saunders
   (0)  
Meets during reading period

Advanced applications of isotopes to chemical problems and the theory associated with them, including kinetic and equilibrium isotope effects, tracer applications, and dating.

 
CHEM  437a , Chemistry of Isotopes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Martin Saunders
   (0)  
Meets during reading period

Advanced applications of isotopes to chemical problems and the theory associated with them, including kinetic and equilibrium isotope effects, tracer applications, and dating.

 
CHEM  437a , Chemistry of Isotopes .
MWF 9.25-10.15 SCL 21 Martin Saunders
   (0)  
Meets during reading period

Advanced applications of isotopes to chemical problems and the theory associated with them, including kinetic and equilibrium isotope effects, tracer applications, and dating.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 253; T 10.30-11.20 SCL 253 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (31)  
Meets during reading period
An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, lineshapes, and NMR spectroscopy.
Prerequisite: CHEM 333b or permission of instructor.
 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 253 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, lineshapes, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333b or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 253 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 253 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 18; T 10.30-11.20 SCL 18 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 18 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 18 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  440a , Molecules and Radiation I .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 18 Kurt Zilm
Sc QR (0)  
Meets during reading period

An integrated treatment of quantum mechanics and modern spectroscopy. Basic wave and matrix mechanics, perturbation theory, angular momentum, group theory, time-dependent quantum mechanics, selection rules, coherent evolution in two-level systems, line shapes, Bloch equations, and NMR spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 333 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (24)  
Meets during reading period
An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440a to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.
Prerequisite: CHEM 440a or permission of instructor.
 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440a to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440a or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 111 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 21 Mark Johnson
Sc QR (34)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  442b , Molecules and Radiation II .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 19 Charles Schmuttenmaer
Sc QR (24)  
Meets during reading period

An extension of the material covered in CHEM 440 to atomic and molecular spectroscopy, including rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy, as well as an introduction to laser spectroscopy.

Prerequisite: CHEM 440 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  449b , Biophysical Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 19 Peter Moore
Sc  (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
A detailed discussion of experimental techniques used to study the properties of biological macromolecules, focusing on the application of Fourier methods and concepts to NMR spectroscopy, optical and electron microscopy, image reconstruction, X-ray scattering/diffraction, and mass spectrometry. Emphasis on the physical chemistry that underlies both the execution of such experiments and the interpretation of the resulting data.
Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a, and CHEM 333b.
 
CHEM  450b , Advanced Inorganic Chemistry .
TTh 10.30-11.45 CRB John Faller
Sc  (23)  
Meets during reading period
Elementary group theory, molecular orbitals, states arising from molecular orbitals containing several electrons, ligand field theory, and electronic structure of metal complexes. Introduction to physical methods used in the determination of molecular structure and the bonding of polyatomic molecules. May be taken independently of CHEM 452a.
Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a and CHEM 333b; CHEM 457a or equivalent and an introduction to quantum mechanics strongly recommended.
 
CHEM  450b , Advanced Inorganic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

Elementary group theory, molecular orbitals, states arising from molecular orbitals containing several electrons, ligand field theory, and electronic structure of metal complexes. Introduction to physical methods used in the determination of molecular structure and the bonding of polyatomic molecules. May be taken independently of CHEM 452a.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328a or 332a and CHEM 333b; CHEM 457a or equivalent and an introduction to quantum mechanics strongly recommended.

 
CHEM  450b , Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

Elementary group theory, molecular orbitals, states arising from molecular orbitals containing several electrons, ligand field theory, and electronic structure of metal complexes. Introduction to physical methods used in the determination of molecular structure and the bonding of polyatomic molecules. May be taken independently of CHEM 452.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332 and CHEM 333; CHEM 457 or equivalent.

 
CHEM  450b , Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Jonathan Parr
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

Elementary group theory, molecular orbitals, states arising from molecular orbitals containing several electrons, ligand field theory, and electronic structure of metal complexes. Introduction to physical methods used in the determination of molecular structure and the bonding of polyatomic molecules. May be taken independently of CHEM 452.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332 and CHEM 333; CHEM 457 or equivalent.

 
CHEM  450b , Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

Elementary group theory, molecular orbitals, states arising from molecular orbitals containing several electrons, ligand field theory, and electronic structure of metal complexes. Introduction to physical methods used in the determination of molecular structure and the bonding of polyatomic molecules. May be taken independently of CHEM 452.

Prerequisites: CHEM 328 or 332 and CHEM 333; CHEM 457 or equivalent.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period
A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450b.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, and CHEM 252b.
 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450b.

Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221a or b, or 227a, and CHEM 252b.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 253 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 CRB 123 Robert Crabtree
Sc  (22)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  452a , Organometallic Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SPL 59 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

A survey of the organometallic chemistry of the transition elements and of homogeneous catalysis. May be taken independently of CHEM 450.

Prerequisites: two terms of organic chemistry and CHEM 252.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 John Faller
Sc  (24)  
Meets during reading period
The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.
Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221b, or 227a, and CHEM 252b.
 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 John Faller
Sc  (24)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisites: CHEM 125b, 221a or b, or 227a.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
TTh 11.35-12.50 SCL 253 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (24)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 19 John Faller
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 19 Patrick Holland
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
MW 11.35-12.50 SCL 19 Patrick Holland
Sc  (0)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  457a , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
MWF 8.20-9.10 SCL 19 Nilay Hazari
Sc  (31)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  457b , Modern Coordination Chemistry .
MW 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 James Mayer
Sc  (32)  
Meets during reading period

The principles of modern inorganic chemistry. Main group and transition element chemistry: reactions, bonding, structure, and spectra.

Prerequisite: CHEM 252 or permission of instructor.

 
CHEM  470a , Introductory Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 John Tully
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period
The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.
Prerequisites: CHEM 333b, and MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a.
 
CHEM  470a , Introductory Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333b, and MATH 120a or b or ENAS 151a or b.

 
CHEM  470a , Introductory Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333, and MATH 120 or ENAS 151.

 
CHEM  470a , Introductory Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333, and MATH 120 or ENAS 151.

 
CHEM  470a , Introductory Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 18 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333, and MATH 120 or ENAS 151.

 
CHEM  470b , Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 19 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333, and MATH 120 or ENAS 151.

 
CHEM  470a , Quantum Chemistry .
TTh 9.00-10.15 SCL 19 Victor Batista
Sc QR (22)  
Meets during reading period

The elements of quantum mechanics developed and illustrated with applications in chemistry and chemical physics.

Prerequisites: CHEM 333, and MATH 120 or ENAS 151.

 
CHEM  480a , Introduction to Independent Research in Chemistry .
1 HTBA Nilay Hazari
   (50)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consultation with the director of undergraduate studies, students engage individual experimental and/or theoretical research problems in the laboratories of a selected faculty member within the Chemistry department. At the end of the term, students submit a brief report summarizing goals, methods, and accomplishments. For each term of enrollment, students must complete the CHEM 480 registration form, available in the DUS office, and have it signed by their faculty research mentor. It must be submitted to the Chemistry DUS for final approval no later than the last week of classes in the immediately preceding academic term. Individuals wishing to perform independent research must have demonstrated proficiency in the aspects of chemistry required for the planned project, as ascertained by the supervising faculty member, and must meet basic safety requirements prior to undertaking any activities, including certified completion of the online courses entitled Laboratory Chemical Training and Hazardous Chemical Waste Training administered by the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at http://ehs.yale.edu/training. At least ten hours per week of research are required (including time spent on requisite safety training), with the faculty mentor affirming this level of student commitment by midterm. This course may be taken multiple times for Pass/Fail credit, subject to restrictions imposed by Yale College.?

 
CHEM  480b , Introduction to Independent Research in Chemistry .
1 HTBA Nilay Hazari
   (50)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consultation with the director of undergraduate studies, students engage individual experimental and/or theoretical research problems in the laboratories of a selected faculty member within the Chemistry department. At the end of the term, students submit a brief report summarizing goals, methods, and accomplishments. For each term of enrollment, students must complete the CHEM 480 registration form, available in the DUS office, and have it signed by their faculty research mentor. It must be submitted to the Chemistry DUS for final approval no later than the last week of classes in the immediately preceding academic term. Individuals wishing to perform independent research must have demonstrated proficiency in the aspects of chemistry required for the planned project, as ascertained by the supervising faculty member, and must meet basic safety requirements prior to undertaking any activities, including certified completion of the online courses entitled Laboratory Chemical Training and Hazardous Chemical Waste Training administered by the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at http://ehs.yale.edu/training. At least ten hours per week of research are required (including time spent on requisite safety training), with the faculty mentor affirming this level of student commitment by midterm. This course may be taken multiple times for Pass/Fail credit, subject to restrictions imposed by Yale College.?

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
1 HTBA CRB 302 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (www.chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.
To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490a or b registration form (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490a or b must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490a or b.
 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
1 HTBA Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period
After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (www.chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.
To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490a or b registration form (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490a or b must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490a or b.
 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
3 HTBA Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (www.chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490a or b registration form (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490a or b must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490a or b.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
3 HTBA Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (www.chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490a or b registration form (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490a or b must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490a or b.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
HTBA SCL Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490 registration form each term (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490 must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
HTBA SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490 registration form each term (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490 must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
HTBA SCL Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490 registration form each term (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490 must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
HTBA SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than midterm of the preceding term, students choose to work on individual laboratory or theoretical research problems under the direction of a faculty member in Chemistry or a closely related field. Students can familiarize themselves with ongoing research in the department by reviewing the departmental Web site (chem.yale.edu) and by attending an evening seminar series presented during the first weeks of the fall term. Specific dates and times of the evening seminars may be obtained in the department office, 1 SCL. Independent work may also encompass research in chemical education. Occasional required seminars address laboratory safety, literature searching, research methods, and scientific ethics. Students present their research results in a formal seminar series late in the spring term. At least ten hours of research weekly. May be taken multiple times for credit. Enrollment limited to junior and senior Chemistry majors except with permission of the course instructor.

To enroll, the student must complete a CHEM 490 registration form each term (available in the department office, 1 SCL), have it signed by both the intended faculty adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the department office for approval by the director of undergraduate studies prior to the date on which the student's schedule is due. All students taking CHEM 490 must also consult with the director of undergraduate studies for approval of their projects by midterm of the term preceding enrollment in CHEM 490.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 160 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

After consulting with the director of undergraduate studies no later than the last week of the preceding academic term, students choose to work on individual laboratory and/or theoretical research problems under the supervision of a faculty member in Chemistry or in a closely related field of molecular science. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest including chemistry literature searching, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing.

At least ten hours of research required per week. May be taken multiple times for credit. For each term of enrollment, students must complete a CHEM 490 registration form, have it signed by their research adviser and the course instructor, and submit it to the director of undergraduate studies for final approval no later than the last week of the preceding term.

 
CHEM  490a , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Senior Chemistry majors engage individual experimental and/or theoretical research problems in the laboratories of a selected faculty member in the Chemistry department or in a closely related field of molecular science. CHEM 490 registration forms, found in the DUS office, must be signed by the student?s faculty research mentor and submitted it to the Chemistry DUS for final approval no later than the last week of classes in the immediately preceding academic term. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest to Chemistry students, including online literary research, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing. At least ten hours of research are required per week. Students are assigned letter grades, subject to restrictions imposed by Yale College. In special cases and with DUS approval, juniors may take this course.?

 
CHEM  490b , Independent Research in Chemistry .
M 5.00-5.50 SCL 19 Jonathan Parr
   (0)  
Permission of instructor required
Meets during reading period

Senior Chemistry majors engage individual experimental and/or theoretical research problems in the laboratories of a selected faculty member in the Chemistry department or in a closely related field of molecular science. CHEM 490 registration forms, found in the DUS office, must be signed by the student?s faculty research mentor and submitted it to the Chemistry DUS for final approval no later than the last week of classes in the immediately preceding academic term. Mandatory class meetings address issues of essential laboratory safety and ethics in science, with other class sessions focusing on core topics of broad interest to Chemistry students, including online literary research, oral presentation skills, and effective scientific writing. At least ten hours of research are required per week. Students are assigned letter grades, subject to restrictions imposed by Yale College. In special cases and with DUS approval, juniors may take this course.?