Part 1 General Chemistry 1 Chemistry: Methods and Measurement 2 The Structure of the Atom and the Periodic Table 3 Structure and Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds 4 Calculations and the Chemical Equation 5 States of Matter: Gases, Liquids, and Solids 6 Solutions 7 Energy, Rate, and Equilibrium 8 Acids and Bases and Oxidation-Reduction 9 The Nucleus, Radioactivity, and Nuclear Medicine Part 2 Organic Chemistry 10 An Introduction to Organic Chemistry: The Saturated Hydrocarbons 11 The Unsaturated Hydrocarbons: Alkenes, Alkynes, and Aromatics 12 Alcohols, Phenols, Thiols, and Ethers 13 Aldehydes and Ketones 14 Carboxylic Acids and Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 15 Amines and Amides Part 3 Biochemistry 16 Carbohydrates 17 Lipids and Their Functions in Biochemical Systems 18 Protein Structure and Function 19 Enzymes 20 Introduction to Molecular Genetics 21 Carbohydrate Metabolism 22 Aerobic Respiration and Energy Production 23 Fatty Acid Metabolism
Kate Denniston is a biochemist in the Biology Dept. of Towson State University. At Towson, she has been honored with such awards as the "Outstanding Faculty Award" and the "Faculty Merit Award". Her previous employment record is literally a list of some of the best biochemistry institutions in the world: Univ. of Wisconsin as a post-doc, Georgetown University School of Medicine as research professor, National Cancer Institute as a Senior Staff Fellow, the Argonee National laboratory in their research program, and as an Invited Instructor by the European Molecular Biology Organization. She has written for such noteworthy publications as Nature, Science. Joe Topping currently is a professor of analytical chemistry at Towson State University. He did his post-doc at Iowa State Univeristy in Ames. At Towson, he has been honored with such awards as the "Outstanding Faculty Award" and the "Faculty Merit Award". He has written ancillaries for an outstanding text, Atkins - General Chemistry and is heavily involved with the American Chemical Society. Dr. Danae Quirk Dorr, Professor of Chemistry at Minnesota State University, Mankato, has been active in co-facilitating flipped classroom and team-based learning workshops for faculty through the schools' Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Dr. Quirk Dorr completed her undergraduate work at the College of St. Scholastica (Biochemistry and Biology), her doctoral work at the University of Minnesota (Medicinal Chemistry), and her post-graduate work at the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. She is currently serving as chair of the Education Committee of the Minnesota Section of the American Chemical Society and is an Associate Member of the ACS Committee on Education. Dr. Quirk Dorr is actively conducting research within the field of chemical education with special focus on technology in learning environments.