Chem 335 syllabus_Fall 2017.docx

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Organic Chemistry Chemistry 335, Section 02 Fall 2017 Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 AM-12:50 PM, Room 220 Smith Recitation: Monday 2:30-3:50 PM, Room 123 Ackerson Instructor: Prof. Stacey Brenner-Moyer e-mail: [email protected] website: Office Hours: Mondays 11:30 AM-12:30 PM in 201E Life Sciences Center. Please note that I cannot answer “chemistry questions” (i.e., What is the mechanism of the aldol reaction?) over e-mail, and thus will not reply to such e-mails. Course Description: Organic chemistry is a required class for so many related fields of study because it requires a student to: 1) think about structures in 3-dimensions, and 2) analyze data using his/her understanding of basic principles to solve a problem. The skills you use to propose a structure for an unknown compound from a set of 1H NMR peaks are the same skills you will use to diagnose a patient with an unknown illness from a set of symptoms. This course, in conjunction with Chemistry 336, will provide students with an introduction to organic chemistry concepts. Specifically, this course will cover organic reactions, mechanisms and principles that are relevant to many other sciences and that provide us with a greater understanding of how the natural world works. Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, students should be able to: Explain and/or apply selected fundamental principles of organic chemistry Provide reactants, reaction conditions or reaction products for certain key reactions Illustrate the mechanism of certain key reactions Required Texts and Materials: 1. Brown, William H., Christopher S. Foote, Brent L. Iverson, and Eric V. Anslyn.
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