Emmanuel Ojadi

Associate Professor

Chemistry & Biochemistry

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Science & Engineering 307A

Teaching

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Continuation of CHM 318. Experiments in physical chemistry designed to test established theoretical principles which have been introduced in CHM 315 and 316. The experiments provide the student with basic experience in obtaining precise physical measurements of chemical interest.

Continuation of CHM 318. Experiments in physical chemistry designed to test established theoretical principles which have been introduced in CHM 315 and 316. The experiments provide the student with basic experience in obtaining precise physical measurements of chemical interest.

Continuation of CHM 318. Experiments in physical chemistry designed to test established theoretical principles which have been introduced in CHM 315 and 316. The experiments provide the student with basic experience in obtaining precise physical measurements of chemical interest.

Continuation of CHM 318. Experiments in physical chemistry designed to test established theoretical principles which have been introduced in CHM 315 and 316. The experiments provide the student with basic experience in obtaining precise physical measurements of chemical interest.

Application of nuclear and radiochemical methods. Topics include fundamentals of radioactive decay, radiation safety, interaction of radiation with matter, instrument design and function, radiotracers, radio-analytical methods, and related non-destructive methods for quantitative analysis.

Original chemical research and preparation of thesis. Required for Plan A master's degree. Graded P/F.

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