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CHEM 00s

CHEM 1 LEC 0.00Course ID: 010181
Pre-University Chemistry
Essential preparation for first year chemistry courses. Formulae, nomenclature, stoichiometry, an introduction to thermochemistry, solution chemistry, chemical equilibria, acids, bases, oxidation-reduction reactions, kinetics and bonding.
[Note: Successful completion of this courses fulfils the University admission requirements where high school chemistry is necessary. No University credit.]
Only offered Online

CHEM 100s

CHEM 100 SEM 0.00Course ID: 014633
Introduction to Chemical Sciences
The Chemist in society: Lectures, workshops, or seminars focusing on academic and professional development [Offered: F]
Prereq: 1A Chemistry, Chemical Physics, Geochemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry students only

CHEM 101 SEM 0.00Course ID: 014924
Introduction to Biochemical Sciences
The Biochemist in society: Lectures, workshops, or seminars focusing on academic and professional development [Offered: F]
Prereq: 1A Biochemistry students

CHEM 120 LEC,TST,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004036
Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter
The stoichiometry of compounds and chemical reactions. Properties of gases. Periodicity and chemical bonding. Energy changes in chemical systems. Electronic structure of atoms and molecules; correlation with the chemical reactivity of common elements, inorganic and organic compounds.
[Note: Offered: F, W. Science students must also take CHEM 120L. Successful completion of Grade 12 U Calculus and Vectors and Grade 12 U Chemistry or equivalent courses is recommended]
Also offered Online

CHEM 120L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004037
Chemical Reaction Laboratory 1
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 120. [Offered: F]
Coreq: CHEM 120

CHEM 123 LEC,TST,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004040
Chemical Reactions, Equilibria and Kinetics
Properties of liquids and solutions. Introduction to chemical equilibria. Principles of acid-base equilibria, solubility and electrochemical processes. Chemical kinetics.
[Note: Science students must also take CHEM 123L. Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 120 or CHE 102
Also offered Online

CHEM 123L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004041
Chemical Reaction Laboratory 2
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 123.
[Note: Students who are not taking, or who have not previously taken CHEM 123, will be removed from CHEM 123L. Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 120L;
Coreq: CHEM 123

CHEM 140 LAB,LEC 0.50Course ID: 012688
Introduction to Scientific Calculations
The use of software packages, such as Excel and Mathcad, for basic calculations, data analysis, regression analysis, plotting of scientific graphs, data manipulation, and equation solving will be covered, with an emphasis placed upon chemical and biochemical concepts and applications. [Offered: F,W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 120; Not open to Mathematics students.

CHEM 200s

CHEM 200 LAB,SEM 0.50Course ID: 015288
Introduction to Laboratory Techniques
This course is an introduction to practical laboratory skills. Laboratory techniques will include: the separation, isolation and purification of compounds (through extraction, reflux, distillation, chromatography, and recrystallization), analysis techniques, and the application of these techniques in synthesis. The subjects covered in this biweekly laboratory provide the foundation for more advanced laboratory courses and the basic training needed for an industrial or research laboratory position. The seminar portion of this course will focus on communication and technical skills; the latter will include analysis of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), use of search engines, and learning of citation formats. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 123, 123L; Honours Biochemistry, Chemistry, Geochemistry or Medicinal Chemistry students.

CHEM 201 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014751
Environmental Impact and Management of Resources 1
Introduction to the management of resources used in the production, conversion and disposal/recycling of chemicals. Biobased versus fossil resources. Introduction to the life cycle analysis of a material. Principles of green chemistry. [Offered: F; Based in Bordeaux; online only]
Prereq: Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry; Level at least 2A
Only offered Online

CHEM 209 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 012080
Introductory Spectroscopy and Structure
The nature of electromagnetic radiation and an elementary outline of quantum mechanics in one dimension. For each of microwave, infrared, Raman, electronic, photoelectron, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the nature of the molecular energy levels involved and the type of molecular information that can be obtained using it are examined. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 120 or NE 121.

CHEM 212 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004048
Structure and Bonding
An introduction to the principles of chemical structure and bonding, with emphasis on their application to inorganic systems. Topics include: atoms, orbitals, and periodicity; localized bonding models; symmetry and group theory; and molecular orbital theory. The subjects treated in this course are foundational components for advanced studies in all areas of chemistry. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 120, 123; Honours students only

CHEM 217 LEC 0.50Course ID: 013241
Chemical Bonding
Atomic and molecular structure. Molecular symmetry. Localized bonding models. Molecular orbital theory. Structures of solids. [Not open to students in the following plans: Biochemistry, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Computational Science (Biochemistry Specialization), Computational Science (Chemistry Specialization), Geochemistry, Science and Business (Biochemistry Specialization), Science and Business (Chemistry Specialization). Offered: F]
Prereq: (CHEM 120 and 123) or NE 121.
Antireq: CHEM 212
Only offered Online

CHEM 220 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004052
Intro Analytical Chemistry
Quantitative and analytical chemistry including ionic equilibria, classical and more recent methods. Emphasis on planning and decision-making in the analytical process. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 123; Honours Science Programs.
Antireq: CHEM 228

CHEM 220L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004053
Analytical Chemistry Lab 1
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 220 or 228. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 123L; Honours Science Programs.
Coreq: CHEM 220 or 228.
Antireq: CHEM 228L

CHEM 221 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004054
Multi-Component Analysis
Instrumental analytical chemistry, including traditional and more recent methods. Emphasis on planning and decision-making in the analytical process. [Offered W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 220, 220L.

CHEM 224L LAB,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004058
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory 2
Extensive lab experience for students who have taken CHEM 220. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 220 and CHEM 220L; Honours Science programs

CHEM 228 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004059
Chemical Analysis
An introduction to methods of quantitative chemical analysis. [Not open to students in the following plans: Biochemistry, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Geochemistry, Science and Business (Biochemistry Specialization), Science and Business (Chemistry Specialization), Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 123.
Antireq: CHEM 220

CHEM 233 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004060
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Chemistry of amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids, with special emphasis on representative proteins and enzymes, including hemoglobin, cytochrome c and chymotrypsin. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 264 or 262; Honours Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry or Environmental Science.
Antireq: CHEM 237, NE 224

CHEM 237 LEC,TST,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004061
Introductory Biochemistry
An introduction to the chemistry of amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids. Structure and properties of proteins and enzymes. [Offered: F,W, S]
Prereq: CHEM 262 or 264 or 266.
Antireq: CHEM 233, NE 224
Also offered Online

CHEM 237L LAB,TUT 0.25Course ID: 004062
Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 237. [Offered: F,W, S]
Coreq: CHEM 237

CHEM 239 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014752
Introduction to Biological Systems
Introduction to the biology and biochemistry of a selection of plants and microorganisms, with emphasis on the chemical components of living matter (nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, DNA, RNA, peptides, proteins) and the synthesis and breakdown of complex molecules in plants and microorganisms. [Offered: W; online only]
Prereq: Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry; Level at least 2A.
Antireq: CHEM 233, 237
Only offered Online

CHEM 240 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 012081
Mathematical Methods for Chemistry
Mathematical techniques useful for chemistry students. Introduction to complex numbers, plus topics chosen from: calculus; differential equations; vector spaces and vector algebra; matrices and determinants; elementary probability theory; basic group theory and symmetry. Applications to problems of chemical interest. [Offered: F]
Prereq: One of MATH 128, 138 or 148; Not open to students in the Faculty of Mathematics

CHEM 250L LAB,SEM 0.25Course ID: 004063
Physical Chemistry Laboratory 1
Selected experiments for students in year two. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 140; Honours students only

CHEM 254 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004064
Introductory Chemical Thermodynamics
An introduction to the first, second and third laws of thermodynamics and the application of these laws to ideal systems, mixtures, and chemical reactions. Thermodynamic principles are used to study changes in state, including phase changes, and to establish the link between the equilibrium constant and the properties of the substances involved in a chemical reaction. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 123; One of MATH 128, 138, 148; Honours students only.
Antireq: PHYS 258/358/ECE 403

CHEM 262 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004029
Organic Chemistry for Engineering
Bonding, structure and nomenclature in organic chemistry. Physical properties and simple reactions associated with the important functional groups.[Offered: F,W]
Prereq: BME 186 or CHE 102 or NE 121; Engineering students only.
Coreq: CHEM 262L (for Chemical Engineering students only).
Antireq: CHEM 264, 266, NE 122

CHEM 262L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004030
Organic Chemistry Laboratory for Engineering Students
Selected experiments for engineering students taking CHEM 262.[Offered: F,W]
Coreq: CHEM 262 (Engineering students)

CHEM 264 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004068
Organic Chemistry 1
Structure and bonding in organic chemistry. Isomerism and stereoisomerism in organic compounds. Acidity of organic compounds and substituent effects on acidity. Reaction mechanisms and energetics. Chemistry of alkanes, haloalkanes, alcohols and ethers, alkenes and alkynes. [Offered: F, S]
Prereq: CHEM 123; Honours Programs only.
Antireq: CHEM 262, 266, NE 122

CHEM 265 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004069
Organic Chemistry 2
Nucleophilic addition and substitution at CO carbon. Aromaticity and simple MO theory of conjugated systems. Electrophilic and nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions. Applications of spectroscopic techniques in organic chemistry. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 264; Honours Science students only.
Antireq: CHEM 267

CHEM 265L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004070
Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 265. [Offered: W,S]
Prereq: CHEM 123L; Honours Science students only.
Coreq: CHEM 265

CHEM 266 LEC,TST 0.50Course ID: 004071
Basic Organic Chemistry 1
Structure, nomenclature and reactions of important classes of organic compounds. Stereochemistry and its role in reaction mechanisms. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 120, 123.
Antireq: CHEM 262, 264, NE 122
Also offered Online

CHEM 266L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004072
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Selected experiments for students taking (or who have taken) CHEM 266.
[Note: Lab alternate weeks. Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 123L.
Coreq: CHEM 266

CHEM 267 LEC,TST 0.50Course ID: 004073
Basic Organic Chemistry 2
A continuation of the concepts of CHEM 266, including material on amines, aromatics, enols and enolates, and nucleophilic addition and substitution at the carbonyl group. Introduction to nuclear magnetic resonance and infrared spectroscopy. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 262 or 264 or 266 or NE 122.
Antireq: CHEM 265.
Also offered Online

CHEM 267L LAB 0.25Course ID: 004074
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Selected experiments for students taking CHEM 267.
[Note: Lab alternate weeks. Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 266L.
Coreq: CHEM 267

CHEM 300s

CHEM 301 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014753
Environmental Impact and Management of Resources 2
Indices and methods for quantifying the environmental impact of chemical and biochemical processes. Life cycle analysis of processes, starting from the extraction of the required raw materials through to the disposal or recycling of the products. Introduction to regulatory policies. [Offered: W; Based in Bordeaux; online only]
Prereq: CHEM 201; Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry
Only offered Online

CHEM 302 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014754
Innovation and Project Management
Examples drawn from the chemical industry are used to expose students to a methodology for developing an innovative idea into a well-defined working plan. Students will use the methodology to develop ideas for their fourth-year projects. [Offered: F; online only]
Prereq: Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry; Level at least 2B
Only offered Online

CHEM 310 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004078
Transition Element Compounds and Inorganic Materials
The inorganic, organic and solid state chemistry of the d-block elements. The structure and physical properties of coordination compounds and transition metal containing solids. The role of transition metal organometallics in catalysis. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 212; Honours Science students only

CHEM 310L LAB,SEM 0.50Course ID: 004079
Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 2
Synthesis of transition and non-transition metal compounds. Characterization of compounds using IR, UV-VIS and NMR spectroscopy. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 123L; Honours Science students only.

CHEM 313 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004083
Main Group and Solid State Chemistry
This course provides a detailed examination of the structure and bonding in main group and solid state compounds, including valence bond and molecular orbital theory for describing electronic structures, Hueckel and extended Hueckel approximations. Structures of simple solids, including close packing of spheres and derived ionic lattice types; aspects of chemical crystallography, Bravais lattices, point groups, space groups, crystal planes, and X-ray diffraction; Ionic interactions in gases and solution; the thermodynamics of acid-base interactions; descriptive chemistry and characterization of main group element compounds. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 212

CHEM 313L LAB 0.25Course ID: 011572
Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 1
Introduction to synthetic inorganic chemistry. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 123L; Honours Students only.

CHEM 323 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004089
Analytical Instrumentation
Detailed study of selected instruments and instrumental methods. Introduction to chemometrics and to computer interfacing. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 221; CHEM 224L; Level at least 3A Honours Science programs

CHEM 331 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 012194
Fundamentals of Metabolism 1
Thermodynamics of metabolism. Metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids. Chemistry of oxidative phosphorylation and photosynthesis. Emphasis is put on the role and chemical mechanisms of the enzymes in these processes [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 233 or CHEM 239, 265.
Antireq: CHEM 333

CHEM 333 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004091
Metabolism 1
Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and amino acids. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 233 or 237 or NE 224 and CHEM 265 or 267.
Antireq: CHEM 331

CHEM 335L LAB,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004092
Advanced Biochemistry Laboratory
Selected experiments for students having completed or concurrently taking CHEM 331. Topics to be covered include: NMR, allostery, enzymology, electrophoresis, carbohydrates, lipids, photosynthesis, and respiration. [Offered: F,W]
Prereq: CHEM 233 or 237.
Coreq: (CHEM 331 or 333) and 357

CHEM 339 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014755
Methods and Tools for Biosyntheses
Biochemical reactions involved in respiration, fermentation, cell metabolism. Enzymatic reactions and their use in major industrial processes for transforming or producing chemicals. Biodigesters and bioreactors. Critical analysis of various processes using energy and mass balances. [Offered: F; online only]
Prereq: CHEM 201; Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry
Only offered Online

CHEM 340 LAB,LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 012563
Introductory Computational Chemistry
Introduction to the theory and practice of computational methods used in chemistry. Use of molecular modeling software to investigate the electronic structure and geometry of molecules, to calculate potential energy surfaces for chemical reactions, and to predict and understand the behaviour of chemical systems. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 140; CHEM 209; CHEM 212 or 264

CHEM 350 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004093
Chemical Kinetics
Basic Chemical kinetics; treatment of kinetic data; complex reaction mechanisms; fast reactions; the canonical ensemble and the canonical partition function; statistical mechanics applied to chemistry; statistical theory of reaction rates. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 240, 254; Honours Students only.

CHEM 350L LAB 0.50Course ID: 004094
Physical Chemistry Laboratory 2
Selected experiments for students in year three. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 250L; Honours Science

CHEM 356 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004067
Introductory Quantum Mechanics
Historical background; the differential equation approach to quantum mechanics; treatments of solvable problems such as the particle-in-a-box, harmonic oscillator, rigid rotator and the hydrogen atom; introduction to approximation methods for more complicated systems.
[Note: Formerly CHEM 256. Offered: F]
Coreq: CHEM 240 or MATH 228.
Antireq: PHYS 234

CHEM 357 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004101
Physical Biochemistry
The use of diffusion, ultracentrifugation, osmotic pressure, eletrophoresis and X-ray diffraction to study the properties of biopolymers. Hyperbolic and allosteric enzyme kinetics, inhibition and regulation. Some spectroscopies important to the life sciences. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 123, MATH 128; One of CHEM 233, 237, 239, NE 224

CHEM 360 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004107
Organic Chemistry 3
Enolate alkylation, condensation, conjugate addition and pericyclic reactions. FMO theory, organometallics and transition metal-catalyzed C-C bond formation. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 265; Honours Programs only

CHEM 360L LAB 0.50Course ID: 004108
Senior Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Selected microscale synthetic experiments for students in Year Three Chemistry and Biochemistry programs, including spectroscopic identification of organic compounds. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 265, 265L; Honours Programs only.
Coreq: CHEM 360

CHEM 363 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004110
Organic Process Chemistry
This course is an introduction to the important aspects of Process Chemistry for the industrial production of pharmaceutically active organic compounds. Topics covered include: industrial organic synthesis and process design, scaling to kilogram quantities, green chemistry principles, process safety and hazard identification, industrial separation and purification, and meeting quality guidelines and regulations. [Offered: F or W]
Prereq: CHEM 265

CHEM 370 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004190
Introduction to Polymer Science
Basic definitions and polymer nomenclature, molecular weight averages and distributions, constitutional and configurational isomerism, rubber elasticity, step-growth and free radical chain growth polymerizations, emulsion polymerization. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 254, (CHEM 265 or 267).
Antireq: CHE 542, NE 333

CHEM 381 LEC 0.50Course ID: 012199
Bioorganic Chemistry
Review of stereochemistry, racemic and enantioselective syntheses of amino acids, peptide synthesis, development of peptides into drugs, physical properties and structures of monosaccharides, reactions of monosaccharides, glycoside synthesis, structures of disaccharides and polysaccharides, synthesis of oligosaccharides, physical properties and synthesis of nucleosides, nucleotides, and nucleic acids, nucleotides and nucleic acids as drugs, general drug development. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 233, 265

CHEM 382L LAB,TUT 0.50Course ID: 012200
Advanced Organic Synthesis Laboratory
A laboratory course intended for students in the Medicinal Chemistry Specialization of the Honours Chemistry plan. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to advanced laboratory techniques used in synthetic organic chemistry. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 360, 360L

CHEM 383 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 013361
Medicinal Chemistry
This course discusses the drug discovery process and drug synthesis. Topics include enzymes and receptors, hit and lead discovery, lead optimization, QSAR, prodrugs, drug delivery, drug metabolism, mechanisms of selected drugs and laboratory and process scale synthesis of selected drugs. [Formerly CHEM 482; Offered F]
Prereq: (CHEM 233 or 237), 360;
Antireq: CHEM 482

CHEM 392A LAB 0.75Course ID: 004116
Research Project 1
Only for exchange students.

CHEM 392B LAB 0.75Course ID: 004117
Research Project 2
Only for exchange students.

CHEM 400s

CHEM 400 LEC 0.50Course ID: 015287
Special Topics in Chemistry
A selection of current and advanced topics of interests in many areas of Chemistry For a list of offerings see the Academic Advisor or check the Chemistry website, program electives page. [Formerly CHEM 410, 420, 440, 450, 460 and 470; Offered: F, W]
Prereq: Level at least 3A

CHEM 404 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004119
Physicochemical Aspects of Natural Waters
Properties of water; chemicals in the environment; environmental fate of inorganic and organic pollutants; basic phenomena affecting the fate of water pollutants (vapor pressure; activity, solubility, partitioning, diffusion, sorption); acids and bases in water; dissolved carbon dioxide; trace metals in water. [Offered: F or W]
Prereq: LEVGE 3A; CHEM 120, 123

CHEM 430 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004152
Special Topics in Biochemistry
For a current list of offerings see the Undergraduate Officer.
[Note: Instructor may elect to use the third lecture hour for a tutorial or not at all. [Offered: F,W. Formerly CHEM 434]
Prereq: Level at least 3A; CHEM 331 or CHEM 333

CHEM 432 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004150
Metabolism 2
Properties and metabolism of porphyrins, purines, pyrimidines and biogenic amines. Biosynthesis and mode of action of selected cofactors. Structure-function relationships of enzymes. Regulation of enzyme activity. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 331 or 333

CHEM 433 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 004151
Advanced Biochemistry
Nitrogen fixation. Assimilation of nitrogen. Amino acid metabolism. Metabolic regulation. Proteolytic enzymes, ubiquitin. Blood coagulation. Signal transduction and amplification. Biochemistry of nitric oxide. Biochemistry of vision. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 331 or 333

CHEM 464 LEC 0.50Course ID: 004182
Spectroscopy in Organic Chemistry
Elucidation and identification of organic structures by contemporary spectroscopic techniques. [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 265

CHEM 479 LEC 0.50Course ID: 014756
Preparation of Biobased Compounds and Materials
Catalysis and biocatalysis. "Green solvent" and solvent-free reactions. Biobased synthesis of polymers and amphiphiles. Bioreactions in chemical synthesis. [Offered: F; online only]
Prereq: CHEM 239, 339; Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry
Only offered Online

CHEM 481 LEC,TUT 0.50Course ID: 013360
Rational Design of Potential Drug Candidates
This course provides an introduction to strategies for design of potential drug candidates. It builds upon molecular modelling principles introduced in CHEM 340 and will apply them to specific problems in drug design. Topics include: conformational analysis, molecular mechanics, and molecular dynamics; computational studies of drug-receptor interactions, docking of small organic molecules to biological receptors, and alteration of molecular structures for improvement of bioactivity.
Prereq: (CHEM 233 or 237), 340/340L, 360

CHEM 491A LEC 0.50Course ID: 014757
Biobased Chemistry Research Project 1
Student teams work on the projects defined in CHEM 302 (Innovation and Project Management). [Offered: F]
Prereq: CHEM 302; Honours Chemistry or Honours Biochemistry.
Antireq: CHEM 494A/B

CHEM 491B LEC 0.50Course ID: 014758
Biobased Chemistry Research Project 2
Students work individually on extending the scope of the team projects started in CHEM 491A. [Offered: W]
Prereq: CHEM 491A.
Antireq: CHEM 494A/B

CHEM 494A PRJ 0.50Course ID: 004194
Research Project
Laboratory work on a senior year research project. Enrolment into this course requires permission of the CHEM 494 co-ordinator. See the CHEM 494 coordinator for course details. No credit or grade will be provided for this course until the two-term sequence CHEM 494A/B has been completed. CHEM 494A/B may not be taken concurrently without prior permission of the CHEM 494 co-ordinator.
Prereq: Level at least 4A Honours Chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical Physics, Environmental Chemistry, Geochemistry, Materials & Nanocsciences

CHEM 494B PRJ 0.50Course ID: 009910
Research Project
A continuation of CHEM 494A. No credit or grade will be provided for this course until the two-term sequence CHEM 494A/B has been completed. CHEM 494A/B may not be taken concurrently without prior permission of the CHEM 494 co-ordinator.
Prereq: CHEM 494A

CHEM 495 PRJ 2.50Course ID: 010356
Advanced Research Project
This course is only for exchange students wishing to carry out an advanced research project during the fall term.
Department Consent Required
Prereq: Exchange students only

CHEM 496 PRJ 2.50Course ID: 010357
Advanced Research Project
This course is only for exchange students wishing to carry out a research project during the winter term.
Department Consent Required
Prereq: Exchange students only

CHEM 497 PRJ 2.50Course ID: 010358
Advanced Research Project
This course is only for exchange students wishing to carry out a research project during the spring term.
Department Consent Required
Prereq: Exchange students only