Shuowei Cai

Professor

Chemistry & Biochemistry

508-999-8807

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Violette Research E201

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Introduction to chemical and instrumental analytical techniques. The theory of neutralization reactions in aqueous and nonaqueous systems. Oxidation-reduction and complex formation equilibria. Basic theory of electronic circuitry. Introduction to electrochemical methods. Introduction to chromatographic and spectrophotometric techniques.

Introduction to chemical and instrumental analytical techniques. The theory of neutralization reactions in aqueous and nonaqueous systems. Oxidation-reduction and complex formation equilibria. Basic theory of electronic circuitry. Introduction to electrochemical methods. Introduction to chromatographic and spectrophotometric techniques.

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

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

Lectures on current topics in chemistry from guest lecturers and students. The graduate student will present a total of two seminars, one of which will be the thesis seminar. Each graduate student is required to enroll in this course for each semester in residence. This course will not count toward the 30 credits of course work and research required for the degree.

Lectures on current topics in chemistry from guest lecturers and students. The graduate student will present a total of two seminars, one of which will be the thesis seminar. Each graduate student is required to enroll in this course for each semester in residence. This course will not count toward the 30 credits of course work and research required for the degree.

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