2230 Syllabus - CHM 2230 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory...

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CHM 2230 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory Fall 2015 Dr. Regina Zibuck Office: 101.5 Chemistry Phone: (313) 577-8367 email: [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesday 2-4, Thursday 11-12 and other times by appointment. Drop-ins will be seen on a first come first served basis. Groups with similar questions can be seen together. Sometimes quick questions can be answered by email. Please use the email button on the left side of your Blackboard course home page. Your course number should be included in the subject line of your email. Course Learning Objectives: The student will master organic chemistry laboratory techniques such as Distillation Reflux Rotary evaporation Crystallization Gas chromatography The student will master introductory organic chemistry laboratory principles such as bromination dehydration reduction acetal formation alkene formation aldol condensation oxidation nitration esterification amide hydrolysis The student will master infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and spectra interpretation including structure elucidation. Pre-requisite: grade of C-minus or above in CHM 1240 and CHM 1250. Co or pre-requisite: CHM 2220 with the grade of C- or above Lecture: There is no formal classroom lecture associated with CHM 2230. However, it is very important that you have the information you need to be successful in lab each week. Audio-recorded lectures including important lab information will be posted in the ECHO center on Blackboard. It is your responsibility to be prepared for lab by reading the experiment procedure and listening to the recorded lectures before coming to lab.
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Laboratory: There are many sections distributed throughout the week. You may only attend the section for which you are registered. You must not miss lab. If you miss lab, you may NOT make up the missed experiment and you will earn a zero for that part of the experiment. There are 12 lab sections meeting as follows: SEC Start End Bldg Room TA TA email 002 R 1355 1655 SCI 3040 Gomes, K. I. [email protected] 003 R 0930 1230 SCI 3040 Kithulgoda Gamage, A. [email protected] 004 W 1145 1445 SCI 3040 Nisbett, K. [email protected] 005 T 1250 1550 SCI 3040 Ngoje, P. [email protected] 006 M 1040 1340 SCI 3040 Ngoje, P. [email protected] 007 F 1145 1445 SCI 3040 Nisbett, K. [email protected] 008 R 1355 1655 SCI 3028 Munkanatta Gamage, D. [email protected] 010 S 0830 1130 SCI 3028 Kithulgoda Gamage, A. [email protected] 011 T 1700 2000 SCI 3040 Gomes, K. I. [email protected] 012 T 0800 1100 SCI 3040 Munkanatta Gamage, D. [email protected] 013 T 1500 1800 SCI 3028 Kekulandara, D. [email protected] 014 F 0935 1235 SCI 3028 Kekulandara, D. [email protected] Course Materials: There is a custom lab manual created for this class. It is available in the Barnes and Noble WSU Bookstore. It is Organic Chemistry Laboratory II, CHM 2230” by Dr. Ashley Campanali ISBN: 978-073806608-0 (first edition). Note: copyright laws prohibit you from handing in photocopied lab book pages with your report. A calculator is very useful for this lab.
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