TEACHING  
 

Scientists as Teachers and Teachers as Scientists

Trans Atlantic Science Student Exchange Program

 

Fall 2014:

Lecture: Beury 166 MWF noon -12:50 pm

- Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.

Office: 252 BE

Office Hours: Monday and Friday 1:00-2:00pm, and by appointment

 


Past Semesters:

Spring 2014:
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Molecular Spectroscopy (8301)
Graduate Lecture on absorption, emission, and scattering of light by molecular systems. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.

Fall 2013:
- Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.

Summer 2013:
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Electrochemistry Workshop
A workshop on Electrochemistry (principles and applications) will be offered by Dr. Zhihai Li with the assistance of Sepideh Afsari. There will be 8, one hour sessions, held on Wednesdays starting July 10 in Beury 226 at noon.

Spring 2013:
- Molecular Spectroscopy (Chem 8301)
Absorption, emission and scattering of light by molecular system. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.

Fall 2012:
-
Chemistry of Wine (0821)
This course begins with a large scale fermentation of red and white wine and will continue with team-based analyses of the two month process of turning grape juice into wine. Many aspects of the production and consumption of wine will be addressed in this course.

Spring 2012:
- Physical Chemistry I (Chem 3301)
This course provides the foundation essential for most higher-level work in chemistry. Topics covered include thermodynamics, phase equilibria, chemical equilibria, kinetic theory of gases, chemical kinetics, and equilibrium electrochemistry.

Fall 2011:
- Molecular Spectroscopy (Chem 8301)
Absorption, emission and scattering of light by molecular system. Discussion of basic principles and experimental techniques.

Spring 2011
- Physical Chemistry I (Chem 3301)
This course provides the foundation essential for most higher-level work in chemistry. Topics covered include thermodynamics, phase equilibria, chemical equilibria, kinetic theory of gases, chemical kinetics, and equilibrium electrochemistry.

Fall 2010
- Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.

Fall 2009
- Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.

Spring 2009
- Honors General Chemistry II (Chem 1952)
The second semester of chemistry for science majors, pre-professional students, and others in science related fields. Similar to Chemistry 1032 (C072) but with added emphasis on topics of current interest to the professional chemist. An introduction to thermodynamics, equilibrium, kinetics, electrochemistry, and descriptive chemistry.

Fall 2008
- Honors General Chemistry I (Chem 1951)
When taken with Chem 1953 (H093), this course meets pre-professional requirements. Similar to Chem 1031 (C071) but with added emphasis on topics of current interest to the professional chemist. A quantitative introduction to atomic and molecular structure, states of matter, basic thermodynamics, and solutions.

Fall 2007
- Physical Chemistry I (Chem 3301)
This course provides the foundation essential for most higher-level work in chemistry. Topics covered include thermodynamics, phase equilibria, chemical equilibria, kinetic theory of gases, chemical kinetics, and equilibrium electrochemistry.

Spring 2007
- Molecular Spectroscopy (Chem 8301)

Fall 2006
- Physical Chemistry I (Chem 3301)
This course provides the foundation essential for most higher-level work in chemistry. Topics covered include thermodynamics, phase equilibria, chemical equilibria, kinetic theory of gases, chemical kinetics, and equilibrium electrochemistry.

Spring 2006
- Molecular Spectroscopy (Chem 8301)

Fall 2005
- Physical Chemistry II (Chem 3302)
An introduction to quantum mechanics and spectroscopy.


For more course information, please go to Temple University Course Schedule at temple.edu/courses