Chem 120 – Quantitative Chemistry

Brief Course Description:

A required, three-credit, introductory course in chemical equilibrium theory and classical chemical analysis for chemistry and biochemistry majors in the spring of their first year. The course format is two 1.5-hour lectures, two 50-minute discussions and 4 hours of laboratory per week.

Theme: An continuation of the introduction to quantitative aspects of chemistry: theory and practice of classical compleximetric and redox analysis, elementary electrochemistry, simple separations and spectroscopic analysis.

Lecture Meeting Time and Place: 3:30-4:45 PM on Wednesdays and Fridays in 206 Brown Laboratory.

Laboratory sections meet on Mondays and Wednesdays or on Tuesdays and Thursdays in 106 Drake Laboratory (QDH).

Lab Section



Teaching Assistant 




12:20-1:20PM (024 QDH)

1:25-3:25PM (106 QDH)

W. Theilacker




12:20-1:20PM (240 ALS)

1:25-3:25PM (106 QDH)

Y. Gao


Instructor: Prof. Steven Brown
Office: 239 Brown Laboratory(BrL)

Office Hours:   10WR or by appointment

Contact Information:

    Phone: 831-6861


Course Syllabus: Includes an expanded course description, instructors’ contact information, policies, grading information.

Link to Course Related Material on WebCT (Course-Related Software, Course Schedule, Lectures, Homework)

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Last updated 28 December 2007


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