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CHEM 110

: Chemistry of the Living World
2020 Semester One (1203)
A foundation for understanding the chemistry of life is laid by exploring the diversity and reactivity of organic compounds. A systematic study of reactivity focuses on the site and mechanism of reaction including application of chemical kinetics. A quantitative study of proton transfer reactions features control of pH of fluids in both living systems and the environment. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 110.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
302

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
303

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2023 Semester One (1233)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
304

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
305

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2022 Semester One (1223)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
306

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
307

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2021 Semester One (1213)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
308

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
309

CHEM 120

: Chemistry of the Material World
2020 Semester One (1203)
The chemistry of the elements and their compounds is explored. The relationship between molecular structure and reactivity, the role of energy, concepts of bond formation and chemical equilibrium are discussed. Issues such as sustainability, energy and fuels, and the creation of new materials are also discussed. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take CHEM 150 prior to CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
No pre-requisites or restrictions
310

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2023 Semester One (1233)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
311

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2023 Summer School (1230)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
312

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2022 Semester One (1223)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
313

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2021 Semester One (1213)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
314

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2021 Summer School (1210)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
315

CHEM 150

: Concepts in Chemistry
2020 Semester One (1203)
The fundamentals of chemistry are explored with a view to enhancing understanding of the chemical nature of the world around us and providing a foundation for further study in chemistry. Special attention is paid to familiarisation with the language of chemistry and the chemist's perspective of the properties of matter and its transformations. It is recommended that students with a limited background in chemistry take this course prior to CHEM 110 or CHEM 120.
Subject: Chemistry
Restriction: Cannot be taken at the same time as any other chemistry course, or after any successfully completed chemistry course, other than CHEM 100/CHEM 100G
316

CHEM 251

: Structure and Spectroscopy
2023 Semester One (1233)
To study chemicals it is important to understand the stereochemical and electronic properties of molecules. Molecular orbital techniques and the application of approaches based on molecular symmetry and group theory to the understanding of molecular properties, bonding and spectroscopy will be studied. Application of these concepts to spectroscopic characterisation and quantification of materials by various spectroscopic techniques will be discussed.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 120 and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 220
317

CHEM 251

: Structure and Spectroscopy
2022 Semester One (1223)
To study chemicals it is important to understand the stereochemical and electronic properties of molecules. Molecular orbital techniques and the application of approaches based on molecular symmetry and group theory to the understanding of molecular properties, bonding and spectroscopy will be studied. Application of these concepts to spectroscopic characterisation and quantification of materials by various spectroscopic techniques will be discussed.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 120 and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, 150, 153, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 220
318

CHEM 252

: Properties and Analysis of Matter
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Understanding the physico-chemical properties of matter is crucial for modern chemistry. Fundamental processes to the analysis and understanding of chemical systems, including thermodynamics, equilibria, acid and bases will be covered. Applications of modern electrochemistry, physical chemistry of modern materials and methods for assessing the reliability of results will be described while the laboratory course emphasises the obtaining and understanding of chemical measurements.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110, 120, and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 240
319

CHEM 252

: Properties and Analysis of Matter
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Understanding the physico-chemical properties of matter is crucial for modern chemistry. Fundamental processes to the analysis and understanding of chemical systems, including thermodynamics, equilibria, acid and bases will be covered. Applications of modern electrochemistry, physical chemistry of modern materials and methods for assessing the reliability of results will be described while the laboratory course emphasises the obtaining and understanding of chemical measurements.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110, 120, and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, 150, 153, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 240
320

CHEM 252

: Properties and Analysis of Matter
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Understanding the physico-chemical properties of matter is crucial for modern chemistry. Fundamental processes to the analysis and understanding of chemical systems, including thermodynamics, equilibria, acid and bases will be covered. Applications of modern electrochemistry, physical chemistry of modern materials and methods for assessing the reliability of results will be described while the laboratory course emphasises the obtaining and understanding of chemical measurements.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110, 120, and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, 150, 153, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 240
321

CHEM 252

: Properties and Analysis of Matter
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Understanding the physico-chemical properties of matter is crucial for modern chemistry. Fundamental processes to the analysis and understanding of chemical systems, including thermodynamics, equilibria, acid and bases will be covered. Applications of modern electrochemistry, physical chemistry of modern materials and methods for assessing the reliability of results will be described while the laboratory course emphasises the obtaining and understanding of chemical measurements.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110, 120, and 15 points from MATHS 108, 110, 120, 130, 150, 153, PHYSICS 120, 160, STATS 101, 108
Restriction: CHEM 240
322

CHEM 253

: Making Molecules: Synthesis and Isolation
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Creation of chemicals and compounds is at the heart of synthetic chemistry and is fundamental for the preparation of new materials and medicines. Students will learn organic, organometallic and inorganic synthesis with an emphasis on how and why reactions occur. Students will study separation strategies and characterisation techniques such as NMR spectroscopy to determine reaction outcomes. Provides experience in synthesising, purifying and characterising compounds.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110
Restriction: CHEM 230
323

CHEM 253

: Making Molecules: Synthesis and Isolation
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Creation of chemicals and compounds is at the heart of synthetic chemistry and is fundamental for the preparation of new materials and medicines. Students will learn organic, organometallic and inorganic synthesis with an emphasis on how and why reactions occur. Students will study separation strategies and characterisation techniques such as NMR spectroscopy to determine reaction outcomes. Provides experience in synthesising, purifying and characterising compounds.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110
Restriction: CHEM 230
324

CHEM 253

: Making Molecules: Synthesis and Isolation
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Creation of chemicals and compounds is at the heart of synthetic chemistry; students will learn organic, organometallic and inorganic synthesis with an emphasis on how and why reactions occur. Studying separation strategies, reaction conditions and characterisation techniques will allow an understanding of the variables in synthesis. The laboratory component provides experience in synthesising, isolating, purifying and characterising compounds. This course will build on prior knowledge of chemical bonding, MO theory, and main-group and transition metal chemistry.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110
Restriction: CHEM 230
325

CHEM 253

: Making Molecules: Synthesis and Isolation
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Creation of chemicals and compounds is at the heart of synthetic chemistry; students will learn organic, organometallic and inorganic synthesis with an emphasis on how and why reactions occur. Studying separation strategies, reaction conditions and characterisation techniques will allow an understanding of the variables in synthesis. The laboratory component provides experience in synthesising, isolating, purifying and characterising compounds. This course will build on prior knowledge of chemical bonding, MO theory, and main-group and transition metal chemistry.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110
Restriction: CHEM 230