CHEMISTRY CLASS IN PHARMACY COLLEGE 1907
GEORGE B. FRANKFORTER, M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the School of Chemistry Professor of Chemistry
CHAS. F. SIDENER, B.S., Professor of Quantitative Chemistry EVERHAKT P. HARDING, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry
IRA HARRIS DERBY, B.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry
JOHN A. HANDY, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry
1. GENERAL CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR DERBY AND MR. HANDY Five credits (forty-five, hours lecture, ninety hours laboratory)
First quarter, first year
This course Includes a study of the chemical properties of the metallic and non-metallic elements.
2. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS PROFESSOR DERBY AND MR. HANDY
Five credits (forty-five hours lecture, ninety hours laboratory)
Second quarter, first year Prerequisites, chemistry 1.
This course covers the common reactions of the metals and acids and their qualitative separation. The ionic theory and the law of mass action are discussed with especial reference to quali¬tative reactions.
3. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS PROFESSOR SIDENER AND ASSISTANT
Four and one-half credits (twenty-seven hours lecture, one hun¬dred eight hours laboratory)
Second quarter, second year Prerequisites, chemistry I and 2.
A study of the principles of quantitative estimation; gravimetric, volumetric and gasometric.
4. TOXICOLOGY, WATER AND FOOD ANALYSIS PROFESSORS FRANKPORTER, DERBY AND HARDING
Three and one-half credits (twenty-seven hours lecture, seventy-two hours laboratory) Second quarter, second year • The chemistry of the atmosphere, water, soil, etc. ; the sanitary examination of air and water.
5. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PROFESSOBS FRAKKFORTER, DERBY AND MR. HANDY
Nine and one-halt credits (seventy-two hours lecture, one hun¬dred ninety-eight hours laboratory)
Third and fourth quarters, first year This course Includes work in both the allphatic and aromatic series and the preparation of the more Important compounds.