Hebron University - Chemistry

College of Graduate Studies

Course Description

43711     Advanced analytical chemistry
Advanced topics in equilibrium calculations of acids, bases and complex ions reactions. Spectroscopy and its different types, chromatographic separation, isolation and distillation. 
43721     Organometallic chemistry
A detailed study of compounds that contains bonding between carbon and metal ions including transition and non-transition metals. In addition, this course treats methods of preparation, bonding, shape, reactions, chemical analysis and catalysis in this branch of chemistry.

43731     Organic polymer chemistry
This course treats preparation and analysis of macromolecules, properties of solutions containing macromolecules, methods to determine their molecular masses, spectroscopic and thermal analysis of these compounds, physical and mechanical properties of macromolecules, commercial types of polymers and their industrial usage.
43712     Electrochemistry
This course tackles subjects such as: electrochemical cells, electromotive force, thermodynamics of electrodes in electrolyte solutions, chemical kinetics and electrochemical reaction mechanism, quantum transitions and practical methods in electrochemistry.

43713     Spectroscopy: organic and inorganic compounds
The explanation of some analytical methods in chemistry including electro-analytical and photochemical methods, separation and chromatographic analysis, measurements on electrochemical potential and its applications.

43741     Quantum chemistry and its application
This course tackles in depth the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.

43714     Analytical separation methods
This course deals with the classification of separation methods, separation by distillation, precipitation and extraction, theory and application of chromatography and chromatographic systems, chromatography of liquefied gas and thin layer, chromatography of supercritical fluids and extraction by supercritical fluids.

43722     Group Theory and its Application
This course deals with the basic principles of group theory, molecular symmetry, symmetry groups, application of group theory, theory of molecular orbits and hybrid orbits for inorganic compounds, electronic, vibration and rotation spectroscopy of inorganic compound.

43723      Inorganic Reaction Mechanism
Comprehensive introduction to bonding theories, reaction mechanisms of inorganic compound in solutions such as replacement reactions, electron movement, oxidation and catalysis.

43724     Transition elements and catalysis
Basics principles of catalysis, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts, electronic properties of transition elements and catalysts, surface chemical bonding, kinetics and thermodynamics of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts in reactions.
43732     Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds
This course deals with the preparation, structure and reactions of (tri / tetra / benta and hexa) heterocyclic compounds containing oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur, in addition to compounds that consists of bound cycles.  

43733     Reactive intermediate in organic reactions
Detailed study of free radicals, carbenes, nitrosyls and carbon cations and anions.

43734     Stereochemistry 
Chirality, optical active compounds, racemic mixtures (racemates), preparation of compounds containing chiral centers, analysis of these compounds by chiro-optical spectroscopy
43742     Solid state chemistry
This course treats subjects like, correlation between structure and properties of solid materials, electronic properties of solid materials, semiconductors, superconductors, techniques to determine crystal lattice structure (crystallography) of crystalline materials, reaction involving solid state materials, optical and thermal properties of materials in solid state.

43752     Surface and colloid chemistry
In this course, behavior and properties of colloidal dispersions are going to be discussed, in addition to; DLVO theory which treats bonding in colloidal materials, stability of emulsions and microemulsions properties of micelles, emulsions and suspensions, flocculation kinetics, bonding of micelles to surfaces and interfaces and factors affecting this type of bonding, adsorption isotherms. 

43725     Bioinorganic chemistry
Biological activity of inorganic compounds, role of metals in bioinorganic compounds and the effect of their amount present, toxicity of heavy metals and chemical means of treatment.

43753     Materials Science 
In this course, relation between forces present between molecules forming crystals and structure are discussed, in addition to; impurities and defects present in crystalline solid materials and their effects on properties like rigidity and flexibility and tendency for fracture, equilibrium states of solid materials and possible transitions, means and ways to enhancing materials property.

43754     Theoretical and computational chemistry 
This course aims at presenting the importance of theoretical and computational studies in various branches of chemistry. It discusses topics like; methods of computations used in chemistry to study electronic and molecular structure of materials and the most stable arraignments and states of molecules and compounds, how to calculate energy involved in chemical reactions, energy diagrams, dynamics of reactions.

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