Department of Chemistry

Vision:

The vision of the Chemistry Department is to achieve a prominent position among the chemistry department of the faculties of science in the Kingdom

Mission:

The mission of the Department of Chemistry is to create and maintain programs of excellence in the areas of research and education.

Objectives:

Our objectives are:

1- Development the quality of undergraduate and graduate programs.

2- Producing graduates with high standards.

3- Use of modern educational technology in lecture and laboratory courses

4- To improve research activities, discovery and innovations

5- To improve staff competence through training.


Study Plans
Description of Courses

The Department of Chemistry at Mu'tah University was established in 1984/1985 as part of the Natural Science Department, Which Later became the Faculty of Science in 1990.
The science of Chemistry interprets the way elements unite to from compounds. The lifestyle we know today would not be the same without the understanding of chemistry. Chemistry contributes to future progress with the development of new drugs and materials to meet the requirements of expanding electronic industry. A chemist's job is varied; it may include quality analysis and checking the safety and purity of our air, food, and chemist's job is varied; it may include quality analysis and checking the safety and purity of our air, food, and water. It also makes us aware of dangers such as acid rain and the ozone depletion.
The Department offers a program of study leading to Bachelor degree as a single specialization and also a program for Master degree. In addition, the Department joins in instructing students of the other faculties such as Engineering, Agriculture, and Education.
The undergraduate program focuses on theoretical and practical courses in industrial, polymeric, and spectroscopic subjects. The graduate program offers both a thesis and non-thesis degree.
The Department is equipped with instruments like: FT-NMR, FT-IR, UV, HPLC, GLC, Atom's Absorption, Thermal Analyzer, and more, which are available for both undergraduates adulate use. The Department has both teaching and research laboratories.
Current research interests include polymer, analytical, organic, in organic, and physical chemistry. Research areas also include environmental studies on soil, air pollution, and water sources.
Other services, which involve consultations for companies in Southern Jordan and exhibitions of experiments, chemical reaction, and instruments at local schools, are offered by the Department in order to acquaint people with chemistry.
Teaching Laboratories
1- General Chemistry
2- Organic Chemistry
3- Inorganic Chemistry
4- Physical Chemistry
5- Analytical Chemistry
6- Instrumental Chemistry
Research Laboratories
1- Organic Chemistry
2- Inorganic Chemistry
3- Physical Chemistry
4- Analytical Chemistry
5- Environmental Polymer
Academic staff and their research fields

Prof. Hasan Al-Salah, more...
Professor,
1986, University of Detroit, USA, polymer Chemistry, Chemistry and Technology of polymers, Industrial Consultations.
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Prof. Samir Taweel, more...
Professor,
1987, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, Organic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Organic Synthesis.
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Prof. Mohamad Qtaitat more...
Professor
1990, University of South Carolina USA, physical Chemistry, IR and Raman Spectroscopy, Ab Initio Calculations for Structural Determination, Uses of Spectroscopy in Environmental pollution.
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Prof. Anwar Jiries more...
Professor
1991, University of Munich, Germany,
Geology Hyrogology, Environmental studies of water Pollution.
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Dr. Kamal Momani more...
Professor
1992, University of Denver, Colorado, USA,
Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Air, Water and soil Pollution, Development of Chromatography Techniques.
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Dr. Arab Qaseer more...
Professor
1997, Loyola University, Chicago, USA,
Inorganic Chemistry, Catalysis and Organometallic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry.
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Prof. Hanan Qaseer, more...
Professor,
1997, Loyola University, Chicago, USA, Inorganic Chemistry, Catalysis and Organometallic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry.
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Prof. Mohammad Al-Ashram, more...
Professor,
1997, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, organic Chemistry, Organic Synthesis, Synthesis of Calixarenes, Calixnaphthalenes and crow nether comlexation studies.
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Dr. Tayal El-Hasan more...
Professor,
1999, University of Tsukuba, Japan, Geochemistry Exploration and Environmental Geochemistry.
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Dr. Hamzeh Al-Omari, more...
Professor
1996, University of Wales/Cardiff, UK, Physical Chemistry, Photochemistry (Fluorescence of conjugated polymers), Spectroscopic Characterization of Conducive Polymers, theoretical chemical calculations
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Dr. Mohamad Sway more...
Associate Professor
1982, University of York, UK,
physical chemistry kinetics in the Gas phase, Thermodynamic of Crown ethers and weak Acid Dissociation, Air water and soil pollution.
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Dr. Mohammad Zaitoun, more...
Publication
Professor,
1|998, Northern Illinois University, USA, Analytical Chemistry.
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Dr. Mohammad Al-Anbar, more...
Associate Professor,
Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz-Germany, 2003, Inorganic Chemistry, industrial inorganic, Inorganic and water Chemistry, Theoretical chemistry
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Dr. Nawash Al-Ghezawi, more...
Associate Professor,
1996, Gazi University -Ankara- Turkey, Physical/polymer Chemistry, synthesis of polymer membranes/solution properties
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Dr. Atef Al-Zyadien, more...
Assistant Professor,
1999, Ivanovo State University, Russia, Physical Chemistry , chemical kinetics and surface chemistry/Catalysis
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Dr. Waleed Manasreh, more...
Associate Professor,
2000, Moscow Academy of Fine chemistry, Russia, Analytical Chemistry. X-ray studies, petroleum and gas refining and environmental studies
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Dr. Solhe Alshahateet more...
Associate Professor,
2003, The University of New South Wales, Australia
Organic Inclusion Compounds and Supramolecular Chemistry
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Dr. Salah A. Al-Trawneh more...
Assistant Professor,
The University of Jordan,2009
Organic Chemistry
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Dr. Mufeed Batarseh
Associate Professor
Publications

Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry, Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany.
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