Course Offerings: Guelph

CHEM 710/7100 - Catalysis

Semester: Fall 2019 Professor: M. Schlaf | Discipline: Inorganic | Campus: Guelph
This course will provide an introduction and overview of the field of catalysis using heterogeneous metal/metal oxide and transition metal complexes focusing on general principles and reaction patterns of catalytically active transition metal centres, metal/metal oxide surfaces and supported metals. mechanisms: kinetic and thermodynamic parameters and how to determine them. activation of small molecules such as hydrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ...

CHEM 731/7310-02 - Polysaccharides

Semester: Fall 2019 Professor: M. Monteiro | Discipline: Biochemistry | Campus: Guelph
CHEM 731(0)-02 covers the physical and immunogenic aspects of plant, microbial and mammalian polysaccharides, and their application in therapeutics and vaccines. The main body of the course will be formed by in-class oral presentations and problem sets based on recent literature. Students will deliver in-depth analyses of articles describing the latest science in the fields of polysaccharide structure, biology, immunology and experimental methodology. ...

CHEM 731/7310-02 (TOX 6200) - Advanced Topics in Toxicology

Semester: Winter 2020 Professor: R. Manderville | Discipline: Biochemistry | Campus: Guelph
Advanced topics in toxicology will include oral presentations by students, faculty members, and guest lecturers. The emphasis will be on advanced concepts and techniques in toxicology research with particular relevance to mechanistic, molecular and interpretive toxicology. Restriction(s): Credit may be obtained for only one of TOX*6200/CHEM*731 or TOX*4200 By the end of this course, you should be able to: Critically ...

CHEM 750/7500-02 - Physical Radiation Chemistry

Semester: Winter 2020 Professor: K. Ghandi | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Guelph
The purpose of the course is to introduce certain physical aspects of radiation chemistry, from interaction of ionizing radiation with matter to nuclear probes. The radiation chemistry has been the subject of study over a century from the time of Marie Curie and remain as an area of intense research. The discussion of the fundamental physical chemistry of radiation effects on matter provides the background for these effects and provides tools for discussion of practical applications, some of ...

CHEM 750/7500-03 - Aqueous Solutions and Interfaces

Semester: Winter 2020 Professor: P. Tremaine | Discipline: Physical | Campus: Guelph
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CHEM 710/7100-01 - Chemistry Manuscript Writing

Semester: Spring 2020 Professor: K. Preuss | Discipline: Inorganic | Campus: Guelph
Pre-requisites:          CHEM*7940 or CHEM*7950; Minimum grade 75% This is a workshop-style course designed to coach students through writing a manuscript for publication by participating in an iterative peer-review process. Students must have sufficient original, unpublished research, and permission from their supervisor, to write a manuscript for submission to a journal. Alternatively, students must arrive with a well-formed plan for an original literature ...

CHEM 710/7100-02 - Advanced Main Group Chemistry

Semester: Spring 2020 Professor: M. Denk | Discipline: Inorganic | Campus: Guelph
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CHEM 712/7120 - X-Ray Crystallography

Semester: Spring 2020 Professor: D. Soldatov | Discipline: Inorganic | Campus: Guelph
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