Classes

JLS 103 Course Content

Semester: 
First
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2016

Engineering physics 1A

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First
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2016

SPH 207

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First
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2016

SPH 103 Waves and Optics

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First
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2016

SPH 103 WAVES AND OPTICS  - LECTURE NOTES  - JANUARY TO APRIL 2016

Purpose: Enhance students’ knowledge in the areas of waves and geometrical optics.

MISCELLANIOUS

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

SPH 214: Workshop Practice Techniques

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

Skills: 3D modeling for visualization in EDA tools and for Rapid Prototyping using a 3D Printer. Runs for 2 semesters, tutorials and  lab reports as required.

SMA303

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First
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2016

SMA405

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First
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2016

SMA406

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First
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2016

SCH 203: Thermodynamics I and Thermochemistry

Semester: 
First
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2016

FCE 181 / FME 151 / FEB 105: General & Inorganic Chemistry

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

Course Outline

1)     Atomic structure:

–       Electromagnetic radiation & Atomic structure

–       Bohr’s atomic model & wave concept model of atomic structure;

–       electron configuration & effective nuclear charge

–       Periodic table & atomic properties

2)     Chemical bonding:

SCH 406: Solid State Chemistry

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

Course Outline:

I: Foundations

Review of Atomic Structure - Evolution of atomic theory: Thomson & Rutherford, Bohr model of hydrogen, Bohr-Sommerfeld model and multi-electron atoms, atomic spectra and Schrödinger equation. Electron orbitals: Aufbau principle, Pauli Exclusion Principle, and Hund's rules.

Chemical Bonding - Primary bonding: ionic, covalent, metallic. Secondary bonding: dipole-dipole, induced dipole-induced dipole, London dispersion/van der Waals & hydrogen bonding. Shapes of molecules: hybridization, LCAO-MO, VSEPR theory.

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY CPY 417

Semester: 
First
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2016

The Distant Stars

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

This course focusses on specific attributes of stars that are of crucial significance to understanding stars and the universe. It deals with topics such as: the measurement of positions of stars in the sky, proper motions of stars, distances to nearby stars, measurement of brightnesses of stars, the color-magnitude diagrams, masses and radii of the stars, pulsating stars and understanding of stellar spectra.

SBT 516 - Biochemical Systematics

Semester: 
First
Offered: 
2016

Chemical approach to plant systematics and evolution.  Principles & application of secondary plant metabolites as chemotaxonomic markers. Classification, structures and biosynthetic origins of alkaloids, flavanoids, non-protein amino acids, terpenoids, anthocyanins and betalains. Occurrence and distribution patterns at family, genus and species level for classificatory purpose. Phylogenetic importance at higher taxonomic categories. Eco-geographic classification of chemical races.

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