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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Hampshire.  We are dedicated to chemistry research and education at all levels.  We have a long, proud tradition of providing a challenging and nurturing environment for our students. 

Upcoming Events

Graduate Student Orientation & Placement Exam Schedule Fall 2022

To view the new schedule for the fall, click here.

Chemistry Labs: Do you know what you need for a notebook?

50 page lab notebooks are recommended for the following one semester courses:

  • Chem 405 – Chemical Principles for Engineers
  • Chem 411 – Intro Chemistry for Life Sciences
  • Chem 518 - Quant
  • Chem 546 – Organic Chemistry
  • Chem 777 – Advanced Synthesis and Characterization
  • Chem 795/895 – Chemical Biology

100 page notebooks are recommended for yearlong courses:

  • Chem 403 – General Chemistry I
  • Chem 549 – Organic chemistry I for majors & biochem majors
  • Chem 653 – Organic Chemistry I
  • Chem 685 – Physical Chemistry I

Chem 403, 405 & 411 labs will have lab coats and safety glasses distributed to enrolled students during their first lab.

For more information, visit our stockroom page here

Chemistry Labs BEGIN

Chem 795/895 & 777 begin the week of 8/29/22 – semester opening

Chem 518, 546, 549, 653, 685 begin the week of 9/5/22

Chem 403, 405 & 411 will begin the week of 9/12/22

Chemistry Spotlight on...

  • Students recognized for their commitment to protocol
    Md Al Faruk, a Chemistry Ph.D.
    Students recognized for their commitment to protocol
    Md Al Faruk, a Chemistry Ph.D.
  • This sumer Parsons Hall had some very special guests. Lisa Harrison, the great-granddaughter of Charles Lathrop Parsons visited with her family pictured below starting from the left: David Swenson, Matthew Swenson, Laura Swenson, Judith Harrison, Jeffrey Harrison, Lisa Harrison, and Stephen Swenson...
    This sumer Parsons Hall had some very special guests. Lisa Harrison, the great-granddaughter of Charles Lathrop Parsons visited with her family pictured below starting from the left: David Swenson, Matthew Swenson, Laura Swenson, Judith Harrison, Jeffrey Harrison, Lisa Harrison, and Stephen Swenson...
  • As the month of June comes to a close, we find a season of Mr. Bob Constantine, librarian of the Chemistry Department library in Parsons Hall, come to a close as well. As he enters the new realm of retirement bliss we wish him the very best, and remember his consistency, faithfulness, attentiveness...
    As the month of June comes to a close, we find a season of Mr. Bob Constantine, librarian of the Chemistry Department library in Parsons Hall, come to a close as well. As he enters the new realm of retirement bliss we wish him the very best, and remember his consistency, faithfulness, attentiveness...
  • The Chemistry Education work of Prof. Bauer and Prof. Chan
    The National Science Teaching Association has featured Prof. Chris F. Bauer (UNH) and Prof. Julia Y. K. Chan (California State University at Fullerton) and their work,  Windows on the Inquiry Classroom A Pedagogic Field Laboratory for Exploring Teaching and Learning of Heat, Temperature, and Energy...
    The Chemistry Education work of Prof. Bauer and Prof. Chan
    The National Science Teaching Association has featured Prof. Chris F. Bauer (UNH) and Prof. Julia Y. K. Chan (California State University at Fullerton) and their work,  Windows on the Inquiry Classroom A Pedagogic Field Laboratory for Exploring Teaching and Learning of Heat, Temperature, and Energy...
  • It is with heartfelt best wishes that we, the Department of Chemistry, announce the retirement of Professor Art Greenberg and Professor Sterling Tomellini for this academic year. They join the ranks of esteemed retirees: Prof. Howard Mayne, Prof. Gary Weisman, Prof. Ed Wong, Prof. Denny Chasteen,...
    It is with heartfelt best wishes that we, the Department of Chemistry, announce the retirement of Professor Art Greenberg and Professor Sterling Tomellini for this academic year. They join the ranks of esteemed retirees: Prof. Howard Mayne, Prof. Gary Weisman, Prof. Ed Wong, Prof. Denny Chasteen,...

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