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CHM 766 - Case Studies in Green Chemistry

Credits: 2

This is an interdisciplinary course that looks at concepts and issues in green chemistry by examining case studies in which polluting processes have been transformed to reduce their environmental impact. Focus will be on understanding the chemistry involved and the green principles that have been applied.

Two hours lecture/discussion per week. Unless otherwise stated, all chemistry courses numbered 600 or above require the following as minimum prerequisites: CHM 550 Organic Chemistry II; CHM 532 Organic Chemistry Laboratory; CHM 595 Physical Chemistry II; and CHM 596 Physical Methods Laboratory.

Prerequisite: CHM 350 or CHM 531, or graduate standing in chemistry or chemical engineering, or by consent of instructor.

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