Course Offerings: Guelph

CHEM 720/7200-01 - Electroanalysis at the Nanoscale

Semester: Fall 2024 Professor: A. Chen | Discipline: Analytical | Campus: Guelph
This course will introduce fundamentals of electrode kinetics, reaction mechanisms and electrochemical methods. Electroanalytical techniques and their roles in modern analytical chemistry will be surveyed. The development of nanomaterial-based electrochemical sensor and biosensor in medical, pharmaceutical, environmental and food safety applications will be explored.      ...

CHEM 720/7200-02 - Mass Spectrometry

Semester: Fall 2024 Professor: W. Gabryelski | Discipline: Analytical | Campus: Guelph
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CHEM 760/7600 - Carbohydrate Chemistry

Semester: Fall 2024 Professor: F.I. Auzanneau | Discipline: Organic | Campus: Guelph
Chemistry CHEM 760/7600 is a one-semester reading course covering the chemistry and biological chemistry of carbohydrates. This course will apply concepts learned in Chem*2700 and Chem*3750 to carbohydrate molecules. Specific Learning Objectives: To learn about the structural fundamentals of carbohydrates. To learn the basic biological importance of oligo-and polysaccharides. To learn fundamentals concepts of synthetic carbohydrate ...

CHEM 720/7200 - Mass Spectrometry

Semester: Winter 2024 Professor: W. Gabryelski | Discipline: Analytical | Campus: Guelph
Background Info: CHEM 7200/720 [0.5] is a graduate course in Mass Spectrometry (MS) with prior enrolments of 15-30 students in the class. During the three decades, mass spectrometry has evolved as a powerful technique for analyzing a variety of materials ranging from small molecules to large biopolymers. Mass spectrometry has been used in many areas of research including chemistry, biochemistry, environmental science, pharmacology, medicine, and forensics. This course ...

CHEM 750/7500-01 - Topics in Computational Chemistry

Semester: Winter 2024 Professor: L. Chen | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Guelph
This course will cover a variety of topics in computational chemistry. Molecular simulation: molecular dynamics in various ensembles, Monte Carlo. Extracting properties from simulations: free energy, dynamical properties from time-correlation functions. Electronic structure theory: Hartree-Fock, density functional theory. ...

CHEM 750/7500-04 - Aqueous Solutions

Semester: Winter 2024 Professor: P. Tremaine | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Guelph
An introduction to aqueous solution chemistry, from classical macroscopic descriptions to modern treatments of the properties of electrolytes and non-electrolytes at a molecular level. Synopsis: The purpose of the course is to provide an introduction to aqueous solution chemistry, from classical macroscopic descriptions to modern treatments of electrolytes and non-electrolytes at a molecular level. The properties of aqueous solutions have been the subject of study for ...

CHEM 784/7840 - Foundations of Chemistry and Biochemistry Research Literature Review

Semester: Winter 2024 Professor: D. O'Flaherty | | Campus: Guelph
CHEM 784(0) is a required one term course for all graduate students who are enrolled for an MSc degree; students must complete the requirements for CHEM 784(0) within their first two terms in the program and are strongly encouraged to take this course in their first term. CHEM 784(0) is offered in Fall and Winter terms. The main goal of CHEM 784(0) is to encourage MSc students to learn to use scientific literature at an early stage of their program, to stimulate in-depth thinking ...