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Chemistry, Faculty of Science

CHEM: Chemistry

Science students with BC Secondary School Chemistry 11, but not Chemistry 12, are required to take CHEM 111. Many Science programs require CHEM 121 and 123, or 111 and 113. CHEM 111 is not open to students with credit for Chemistry 12. CHEM 111, 113 are open to students who have obtained credit for Chemistry 11 only whereas CHEM 121, 123 are open to students with credit for Chemistry 12. The following courses are for students in the Faculty of Applied Science: CHEM 154, CHEM 250, CHEM 251, CHEM 260. Additional fees are charged for some courses.


CHEM 111 (4) Principles of Chemistry I
Stoichiometry, atomic and molecular structure, chemical periodicity, descriptive inorganic chemistry. [3-3-1]
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for CHEM 12.
CHEM 113 (4) Principles of Chemistry II
General and ionic equilibrium, solubility, thermodynamics. Introductory organic chemistry: stereochemistry; substitution, elimination and oxidation-reduction reactions. Can be used as prerequisite to subsequent CHEM courses. [3-3-1]
Prerequisite: CHEM 111 and Not open to students with credit for CHEM 12 and Not open to students with credit for CHEM 121.
CHEM 121 (4) Structural Chemistry, with Application to Chemistry of the Elements
Fundamentals of structural chemistry; descriptive chemistry of main-group elements, with industrial and environmental applications. This is a required course for all students needing a first-year Chemistry course who have CHEM 12. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 12.
CHEM 123 (4) Physical and Organic Chemistry
Principles of equilibrium and chemical thermodynamics. Introductory organic chemistry: stereochemistry; substitution, elimination and oxidation-reduction reactions. This course or CHEM 113 is prerequisite to all subsequent courses in chemistry. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 121.
CHEM 154 (3) Chemistry for Engineering
Chemical bonding, properties of matter. Chemical thermodynamics with applications to phase equilibria, aqueous equilibria and electrochemistry. Processes at surfaces. [3-3*-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 12.
CHEM 201 (3) Introduction to Physical Chemistry
Principles of chemical kinetics, reaction mechanisms and chemical thermodynamics. Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 201 and 205. [2-3*-1]
Prerequisite: Either (a) SCIE 001 or (b) one of MATH 101, MATH 103, MATH 105, MATH 121 and either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) CHEM 154. MATH 200 or MATH 217 or MATH 226 or MATH 253 or MATH 263 is recommended.
CHEM 202 (3) Coordination Chemistry
Coordination chemistry of the transition elements. [2-3*1]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) one of SCIE 001, CHEM 154.
CHEM 203 (4) Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Structure, bonding and physical properties of aliphatic and aromatic compounds; mechanistic analysis of chemical reactivity of common functional groups with a focus on carbon-heteroatom bond formation; functional group interconversion and oxidation/reduction reactions. Only open to students in Chemistry or Biochemistry specializations. Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 203 or CHEM 233, 235. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001.
CHEM 205 (3) Physical Chemistry
Chemical kinetics and thermodynamics and spectroscopy useful in biological, medical, agricultural, earth, and related sciences. Not for credit in Chemistry and Biochemistry programs. Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 201 and 205. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) SCIE 001 or (b) one of MATH 100, MATH 102, MATH 104, MATH 110, MATH 120, MATH 180, MATH 184 and either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) CHEM 154. MATH 101 or MATH 103 or MATH 105 or MATH 121 is recommended.
CHEM 211 (4) Analytical Chemistry
Chemical equilibrium applied to analysis; volumetric analysis; analytical electrochemistry. [3-3-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001.
CHEM 213 (3) Organic Chemistry
Spectroscopy of organic compounds. Mechanistic analysis of chemical reactivity of common functional groups with a focus on carbon-carbon bond formation; functional group interconversion. Preference will be given to students in Chemistry or Biochemistry specializations. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) CHEM 203 or (b) a score of 76% or higher in CHEM 233.
CHEM 233 (3) Organic Chemistry for the Biological Sciences
Reactions and properties of carbonyl compounds, carbohydrates, amino acids, nucleic acids. Not for credit in Chemistry and Biochemistry programs. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001.
CHEM 235 (1) Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Techniques of organic chemistry. To be taken in conjunction with, or in the term following, CHEM 233. [0-3-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001.
Corequisite: CHEM 233.
CHEM 245 (1) Intermediate Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Techniques in organic chemistry. Open only to students in Chemistry or Biochemistry specializations. [0-3-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) CHEM 203 or (b) all of CHEM 233, CHEM 235.
Corequisite: CHEM 213.
CHEM 250 (2) Inorganic Chemistry
Chemistry of selected groups of inorganic compounds, considered in relation to industrial processes. [2-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001 or (d) CHEM 154.
CHEM 251 (3) Physical Chemistry for Engineers
States of matter, properties of gases, phase diagrams. Elementary chemical thermodynamics and kinetics. Reaction equilibria. [3-0-1]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001 or (d) CHEM 154.
CHEM 260 (3) Organic Chemistry for Engineers
A description of the properties and reactions of organic compounds. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113 or (b) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (c) SCIE 001 or (d) CHEM 154.
CHEM 301 (3) Aqueous Environmental Chemistry
Properties of natural waters, including gas and solid equilibria, pH, redox, complexation analysis, corrosion treatment, ion exchange, colloids and microbial transformations. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 201, CHEM 205, CHEM 251.
CHEM 302 (3) Atmospheric Environmental Chemistry
Introduction to structure, composition and chemical processes occurring in Earth's atmosphere, including interactions with solar radiation, stratospheric ozone layer, photochemical smog and acid rain. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 201, CHEM 205, CHEM 251.
CHEM 304 (3) Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry
Review of thermodynamics concepts; introduction to statistical mechanics; solution thermodynamics; phase equilibria; electrochemistry. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 201 and one of MATH 200, MATH 217, MATH 226, MATH 253, MATH 263.
CHEM 305 (3) Biophysical Chemistry
Diffusion and transport phenomena; interaction of radiation and matter. Methods for determining molecular weight, size, and shape of molecules in solution. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of MATH 200, MATH 217, MATH 226, MATH 253, MATH 263 and either (a) CHEM 201 or (b) a score of 76% or higher in CHEM 205.
CHEM 309 (3) s- and p-Block Elements: Chemistry and Applications
Synthesis, structures, bonding and characterization of compounds of the s- and p-block elements. Industrial uses discussed include: hydrogen-based fuels, materials and high performance polymers. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 202.
CHEM 310 (3) d- and f-Block Elements: Chemistry and Applications
Representative chemistry of d- and f-block elements interpreted in terms of structure, mechanisms, and theoretical principles. Applications discussed include: organometallic catalysis, bioinorganic chemistry and materials. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 309.
CHEM 311 (3) Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
Theory, design, and application of instrumental methods of chemical analysis including spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, electrochemical detection methods, and chromatography. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 211.
CHEM 312 (3) Introduction to Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
Principles of quantum mechanics; atomic wavefunctions; angular momentum; spin; atomic term symbols. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) SCIE 001 or (b) either (a) all of CHEM 121, CHEM 123 or (b) all of CHEM 111, CHEM 113; and one of MATH 200, MATH 217, MATH 226, MATH 253, MATH 263.
CHEM 313 (3) Advanced Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences
Chemistry of organic substances having particular relevance to the life sciences. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 204, CHEM 213.
CHEM 315 (1) Chemistry Integrated Laboratory I
Principles and techniques of modern chemistry applied by integrating experiments chosen from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. [0-4-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 201, CHEM 202, CHEM 203, CHEM 211, CHEM 235.
CHEM 320 (3) Structure of Atoms and Molecules
Introduction to variational methods; many-electron systems; semi-empirical methods; perturbation theory; computational methods. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 312, PHYS 304 and one of MATH 152, MATH 221, MATH 223.
CHEM 325 (2) Integrated Chemistry Laboratory I
Principles and techniques of modern chemistry applied by integrating experiments chosen from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. Open only to students in Chemistry Major and Honours specializations. [0-8-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 201, CHEM 202, CHEM 211 and either (a) CHEM 204 or (b) all of CHEM 213, CHEM 245.
CHEM 330 (3) Advanced Organic Chemistry
Application of carbonyl group chemistry, cyclization reactions, conformational analysis and rearrangement reactions in organic synthesis. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 204, CHEM 213.
CHEM 333 (3) Spectroscopic Techniques in Organic Chemistry
Application of mass spectrometry, and NMR, UV/visible, and IR spectroscopies to organic chemical problems. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) all of CHEM 203, CHEM 204 or (b) all of CHEM 233, CHEM 205 or (c) CHEM 213.
CHEM 335 (1) Chemistry Integrated Laboratory II
Further development of principles and techniques of modern chemistry applied by integrating experiments chosen from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. [0-4-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 315.
CHEM 341 (3) Global Challenges: A Chemical Perspective
Importance of chemistry in society. Detailed case studies drawn from modern chemistry: human health, energy, commodity chemicals, materials, green chemistry, agriculture. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 201, CHEM 205, CHEM 251 and one of CHEM 203, CHEM 233, CHEM 260.
CHEM 345 (2) Integrated Chemistry Laboratory II
Further development of principles and techniques of modern chemistry applied by integrating experiments chosen from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. Open only to students in Chemistry Major or Honours specializations. [0-8-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 325.
CHEM 398 (3) Co-operative Work Placement I
Approved and supervised technical work experience in an industrial research setting for a minimum of 3.5 months. Taken during the winter term of the third year. Technical report required. Restricted to students admitted to the Co-operative Education Program in Chemistry. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 399 (3) Co-operative Work Placement II
Approved and supervised technical work experience in an industrial research setting for a minimum of 3.5 months. Taken during the summer following the third year. Technical report required. Restricted to students admitted to the Co-operative Education Program in Chemistry. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
Prerequisite: CHEM 398.
CHEM 401 (3) Principles of Spectroscopy
Rotational, vibrational, electronic and magnetic resonance spectroscopy and associated techniques; group theory. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: Either (a) CHEM 320 or (b) PHYS 304.
CHEM 402 (3) Diffraction Methods
Crystal structures; point and space groups; X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, electron diffraction of gases and surfaces. Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 402 and 514. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 202, CHEM 312.
CHEM 403 (3) Surface Chemistry and Surface Analysis
Surfaces and phenomena occurring at surfaces and interfaces: adsorption, thermodynamic treatments, technological applications. Methods for characterization and modification of surfaces. Dynamic electrochemistry and its application to understanding fuel cells. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 304 and one of MATH 200, MATH 217, MATH 226, MATH 253, MATH 263.
CHEM 405 (3) Biophysical Chemistry
Interactions of macromolecules in solution: ligand, antibody and ion binding to macromolecules; thermodynamics of polymer solutions; excluded volume effects; phase separation; partition in two phase polymer solutions. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 304, CHEM 305.
CHEM 406 (3) Polymer Chemistry
Structure and availability of monomers; Propagation mechanisms; synthesis of polymers with predetermined properties; measurement and interpretation of physical properties of polymers. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 204, CHEM 213, CHEM 260 and one of CHEM 304, CHEM 251.
CHEM 407 (3) Statistical Mechanics in Chemistry
Introductory concepts of statistical mechanics and statistical thermodynamics. Applications to chemistry with emphasis on understanding chemical reactivity. Credit will not be given for CHEM 503/CHEM 407 and PHYS 455. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 304.
CHEM 408 (3) Chemical Dynamics
Macroscopic and microscopic kinetics; photochemistry; theory of reaction rates; reaction cross sections, energy distributions, experimental methods. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 408 and CHEM 508. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 304, CHEM 312.
CHEM 410 (3) Physical Chemistry of the Solid State
Introduction to the theory of electrons in solids; bands and zones. Absorption of light and excitons. Vacancies, interstitials, electronic defects and dislocations and their roles in chemical reactivity. Credit will not be given for CHEM 410/CHEM 502 and PHYS 474. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 202 and one of CHEM 201, CHEM 205.
CHEM 411 (3) Synthesis and Chemistry of Natural Products
A discussion of synthetic methods and their application to natural products, particularly in the areas of alkaloids, steroids and terpenes. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 411 and CHEM 566. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 330, CHEM 313.
CHEM 413 (3) Bioorganic Chemistry
Enzyme catalysis; mechanistic enzymology; chemistry of cofactors; biosynthetic transformations; natural product biosynthesis; topics in chemical biology. Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 413, CHEM 569, or BIOC 403. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 313, CHEM 330.
CHEM 414 (3) Coordination Chemistry of the Transition Elements
Molecular and electronic structures and reactivities of coordination compounds of the transition elements. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 414 and CHEM 525. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 309, CHEM 310.
CHEM 416 (3) Physical and Theoretical Organic Chemistry
Energetics and catalysis in organic reactions. Pericyclic reactions. Substituent effects. Linear free energy relationships. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 416 and CHEM 563. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 313, CHEM 330.
CHEM 417 (3) Nuclear Chemistry and Radiochemistry
Basic treatment of the nucleus, with analogy to concepts in chemistry. Nuclear stabilities and associated radioactive decay processes. Nuclear structure. Applications of radioisotopes in chemistry. The interaction of radiation with matter. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 201 or with permission CHEM 205. CHEM 312 is recommended.
CHEM 418 (3) Organometallic Chemistry
The chemistry of compounds containing organic groups directly bonded to metals and metalloids. Emphasis will be placed on the structure and bonding of the compounds and their use in synthetic chemistry. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 418 and CHEM 524. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 309, CHEM 310.
CHEM 427 (3) Chemistry of Materials
Introduction to the chemistry, theory and applications of contemporary materials. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 427 and CHEM 527. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: One of CHEM 201, CHEM 205, CHEM 251 and one of CHEM 202, CHEM 250 and one of CHEM 204, CHEM 213, CHEM 233, CHEM 260.
CHEM 430 (3/6) d Developments in Contemporary Chemistry
A review of modern developments in general chemistry for teachers of Secondary School chemistry (Not for credit in the Faculty of Science). Course is offered periodically in extra-sessional sessions.
CHEM 435 (3) Bio-Inorganic Chemistry
A discussion of the involvement of inorganic chemistry in biological systems. Chemistry of cations, metalloenzymes, and simpler model systems. Reactions of coordinated ligands, chemistry of sulphur and phosphorus. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 435 and CHEM 526. [3-0-0]
Prerequisite: All of CHEM 304, CHEM 309.
CHEM 445 (3/6) d Projects in Experimental Chemistry
Principles of experimental design, practice and problem solving in chemistry, including the opportunity to pursue projects in a research setting. [0-8-0]
Prerequisite: CHEM 345.
CHEM 448 (3/6) d Directed Studies in Chemistry
Students will undertake an investigation of a specific topic as agreed upon by the student and the faculty supervisor. Open to third- and fourth-year chemistry students.
CHEM 449 (6) Seminar and Thesis
Original research work under the direction of a faculty member. Weekly seminar. Required of all Honours students. Open to Majors students with a satisfactory standing and permission of the department head.
CHEM 498 (3) Co-operative Work Placement III
Approved and supervised technical work experience in an industrial research setting for a minimum of 3.5 months. Taken during the summer following fourth year. Technical report required. Restricted to students admitted to the Co-operative Education Program in Chemistry. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
Prerequisite: CHEM 399.
CHEM 499 (3) Co-operative Work Placement IV
Approved and supervised technical work experience in an industrial research setting for a minimum of 3.5 months. Taken during the fall term of the fifth year. Technical report required. Restricted to students admitted to the Co-operative Education Program in Chemistry.
Prerequisite: CHEM 498.
CHEM 501 (3) Applications of Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 502 (3) Advanced Physical Chemistry of the Solid State
Credit will not be given for both CHEM 502 and CHEM 410. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 503 (3) Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics in Chemistry
Introductory principles of Statistical Mechanics with illustrations of chemical importance. Applications to molecular gases, liquids, solids, independent particle statistics, electric and magnetic moments, radiation, chemical equilibrium and reaction rates. Credit will not be given for CHEM 407/CHEM 503 and PHYS 455. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 507 (3/6) d Topics in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 508 (3) Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Dynamics
Macroscopic and microscopic kinetics; transition state theory; collision theory and reaction cross section, energy distributions, molecular beams and experimental techniques. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 408 and CHEM 508. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 510 (3) Advanced Electronic Structure Theory
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 513 (3) Surface Chemistry
Chemistry of the solid-gas interface: Modern methods for investigation of the structure of solid surfaces and interactions between solid surfaces and gases. Theory of adsorption, surface reactivity, and heterogeneous catalysis. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 514 (3) Crystal Structures
Crystal structures and structural analysis by the methods of X-ray diffraction and neutron diffraction. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 402 and CHEM 514. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 516 (3/6) d Topics in Biophysical Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 517 (3) Electrochemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 518 (3/6) d Topics in Magnetic Resonance
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 519 (3/6) d Topics in Molecular Spectroscopy
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 521 (3/6) d Topics in Inorganic Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 524 (3) Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds
Credit will not be given for both CHEM 418 and CHEM 524. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 525 (3) Advanced Coordination Chemistry
Credit will not be given for both CHEM 525 and CHEM 414. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 526 (3) Bioinorganic Chemistry
Inorganic aspects of biological chemistry; emphasis on the role of metal ions and metalloenzymes. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 526 and CHEM 435. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 527 (3) Materials Chemistry
Credit will not be given for both CHEM 527 and CHEM 427. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 529 (3) Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
NMR, ESR, mass spectrometry, photoelectron spectroscopy (Auger, UV, X-Ray), Mossbauer spectroscopy, electrochemistry. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 533 (3) Bioanalytical Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 534 (3) Principles of Chemical Separation
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 535 (3/6) d Topics in Analytical Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 540 (1) Seminar in Chemistry
Compulsory for all graduate students in Chemistry. Pass/Fail. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 548 (0) Research Conference
Attendance is compulsory for all graduate students in each year of registration for the M.Sc. or Ph.D. in chemistry. No credit value.
CHEM 549 (18) M.Sc. Thesis
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 561 (3) Organic Chemistry
Fundamentals of reactivity and stereoselectivity, including stereoelectronic theory. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 563 (3) Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry
Discussion of acidity functions, photochemistry and reactive intermediates in organic chemistry. Applications of molecular orbital theory to organic systems. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 563 and CHEM 416. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 566 (3) Advanced Organic Synthesis
Discussion of modern synthetic methods and applications to the synthesis of complex organic molecules. Credit will not be given for both CHEM 566 and CHEM 411. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 568 (3/6) d Topics in Organic Chemistry
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 569 (3) Advanced Bioorganic Chemistry
Credit will be given for only one of CHEM 569, CHEM 413, or BIOC 403. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 573 (3) Application of Spectroscopy to Organic Structural Determinations
A problem solving course to illustrate the application of NMR, mass spectrometry, ORD, CD, etc. to elucidation of structures of organic and organometallic compounds. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
CHEM 649 (0) Doctoral Dissertation

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