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Chemistry Bachelor Information
6. Semester
Compulsory Subjects Examination Block II
529-0131-00LInorganic Chemistry IV: (Nano-)Materials; Synthesis, Properties and Surface ChemistryO4 credits3GC. Copéret, A. Comas Vives, W. Höland
529-0232-00LOrganic Chemistry IV: Physical Organic ChemistryO4 credits2V + 1UP. Chen
529-0434-00LPhysical Chemistry V: Spectroscopy Information O4 credits3GR. Signorell
529-0580-00LRisk Analysis of Chemical Processes and ProductsO4 credits3GK. Hungerbühler
Inorganic Chemistry
529-0142-00LAdvanced Organometallic Chemistry
Prerequisites: successful participation in 529-0132-00L "Inorganic Chemistry III: Organometallic Chemistry and Homogeneous Catalysis".
W6 credits3GA. Togni, C. Copéret
Organic Chemistry
529-0242-00LSupramolecular ChemistryW6 credits3GF. Diederich, Y. Yamakoshi
Physical Chemistry
529-0442-00LAdvanced KineticsW6 credits3GH. J. Wörner
529-0440-00LPhysical Electrochemistry and ElectrocatalysisW6 credits3GT. Schmidt
Analytical Chemistry
529-0042-00LStructure Elucidation by NMRW6 credits3GM.‑O. Ebert
Biological Chemistry
529-0732-00LProteins and LipidsW6 credits3GD. Hilvert
529-0240-00LChemical Biology - PeptidesW6 credits3GH. Wennemers
Chemical Aspects of Energy
529-0191-01LRenewable Energy Technologies II, Energy Storage and Conversion
The lectures Renewable Energy Technologies I (529-0193-00L) and Renewable Energy Technologies II (529-0191-01L) can be taken independently from one another.
W4 credits3GT. Schmidt
Chemical Technology
529-0502-00LCatalysisW4 credits3GJ. A. van Bokhoven, M. Ranocchiari
Computational Chemistry
529-0474-00LQuantum ChemistryW6 credits3GM. Reiher
Materials Science
327-1206-00LSoft Materials IW4 credits4GJ. Vermant, A. D. Schlüter
Laboratory Courses and Research Projects
Students enrolled in the bachelor's program in chemistry of ETH are admitted to laboratory courses and research projects before graduation from the BSc program on condition that they have to acquire less than 60 credits for their bachelor's diploma.
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