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Curtin University
Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Department of Chemistry"

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CHEM3007Advanced Biological ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM3003Advanced Biological and Medicinal ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM3000Advanced Materials ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM4002Advanced Topics in Chemical Analysis and SpectroscopyDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM4001Advanced Topics in ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
FORS3006Advanced Topics in Forensic InvestigationDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM5000Advanced Water Research MethodsDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM2005Analytical ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM3004Analytical Chemistry and SpectroscopyDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM5012Applied Water Treatment MethodsDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM1001Biological ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM2000Chemical Energetics and KineticsDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM2006Chemical Reactions and MechanismsDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM3002Chemical Sensing and MeasurementDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM2004Chemical Structure and SpectroscopyDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM4000Chemistry Honours DissertationDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM3006Chemistry Research MethodsDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM2002Chemistry of Biological ProcessesDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM7000Doctoral Thesis - ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry
CHEM1004Engineering ChemistryDepartment of Chemistry


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