This astrochemistry course is the study of gas phase and solid state chemical processes that occur in the universe, including those leading to pre-biotic compounds. Topics include chemical processes in dying stars, circumstellar gas, planetary nebulae, diffuse clouds, star-forming regions and proto-planetary discs, as well as planets, satellites, comets and asteroids. Observational methods and theoretical concepts will be discussed. Graduate-level requirements include a project and an oral exam. Identical to ASTR 588A; may be convened with ASTR 488A. ASTR is home department.
|Fall 2023||1||Ziurys||Tuesday, Thursday 11:00a.m.-12:15p.m.||Modern Languages 402|
|Fall 2021||001||Ziurys||Tuesday, Thursday 11:00a.m.-12:15p.m.||Chem Sci 202|
|Spring 2021||1||Lucy Ziurys||Tuesday, Thursday 11:00a.m.-12:15p.m.||CSB 202|
|Spring 2019||1||Ziurys||Tuesday, Thursday 12:30-1:45p.m.||CHMSB 402|
|Fall 2018||1||Ziurys||Tuesday, Friday 3:15-4:30p.m.|
|Fall 2017||1||Ziurys||Tuesday, Friday 3:15 - 4:30p.m.||CHMSB 402|