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CHEM 361

Chemical Kinetics

A careful study of the key methods for the kinetic analysis of chemical systems. In addition to reviewing basic methodologies, such as the method of initial rates and simple integrated rate equations, considerable attention is given to more complicated kinetic mechanisms. Consecutive, competing, oscillating and explosive reactions are covered. Prerequisite: MATH 152, PHYS 130 and CHEM 260. May not be taken pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
MATH 152, PHYS 130 and CHEM 260 1/2 course, class only

Spring Semester information

R. Martoglio

361A: Chemical Kinetics