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CHEM282ORGANICCHEMISTRYFORNON-MAJORS3 CH (2 Contact Hours + 1 Lab)Department of ChemistrySpring 2018, Sect. 51 (CRN 20489)Class Location and Meeting Time:[UT 10:00-10:50] Building C-1, Room 1002Instructor Information:Name:Prof. Thies ThiemannOffice location:F-1, 0145 ([email protected],7136121).Office hours:[MW 12:00-13:00] Building C-6, Room 2043 and upon requestFinal:May 10th, 2018, 13.00 – 15.00Course Description:Introduction to structure. Nomenclature. Physical properties. Preparation, reactionsof hydrocarbons and functional groups containing organic compounds. The laboratory componentincludes the purification, isolation, characterization and study of the properties of typical organiccompounds.Pre and/ or Co-requisite(s):CHEM 111 with a min. grade DCHEM 115 with a min. grade DTextbook(s):Organic Chemistry, A Short Course, By Harold Hart, Leslie E. Craine and DavidJ. Hart.; ISBN #-13: 987-1-111-42624-8, 13thEdition,Brooks/Cole 2012REFERENCE BOOKOrganic Chemistry;Virtual Textbook of Organic ChemistryCourse Learning Outcomes (CLOs)Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:1.Understand basic bonding principles in organic chemistry and work with chemical structures2.Identify organic compounds according to their functional groups3.Name organic compounds of intermediate complexity according to IUPAC nomenclature4.Discuss basic organic reactions5.Predict and explain physical properties of compounds
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Instructional Material & Learning Resources:Course Teaching & Learning Methods:Lectures: Smartboards, Power point, Blackboard and Computer Software will be used.Classroom problems solving and group discussion.Course Policies:Attendance: Student who misses 15% of classes will be awarded an “FA” Grade.Academic integrity is a cornerstone of the intellectual life at Universities and of any true learningprogram. Plagiarism is academic offenses in which a person takes an idea, language, or creativeproduct from another person and submits it as if it were his/her own work. If a student submits aresearch paper written by somebody else to an instructor, that is plagiarism. If someone “cuts andpastes” a sentence or even a few words from another source without giving credit to the originalsource, that is plagiarism. Students must always cite the original author. At UAEU, penalties forstudent misconduct, which includes plagiarism, are explained in the university bylaws (Nos. 136-146) and include such sanctions as a formal letter of warning kept on file; suspension from acourse or from the university; exclusion from taking the final examination; dismissal from theuniversity; and the withdrawal of a degree.Course Evaluation and Grading:Assessment MethodsWeight %Due DateLab.30%W-14Quizzes/presentation20 %W-3,5,10,12,15Midterm exam20 %W-7Final exam30 %May 10, 2018; 1 pm – 3 pm
Course Outline:WTopicsCLOsCourseActivities/Teaching & LearningMethodsAssessment Tools(e.g., quizzes (Q), Midterm(M), Final (F) etc.)1Chapter-1Review the following: Bonds, Isomerism,Formal Charge & OrbitalsClassification according to MolecularFramework1PPT, embedded questions,QMF, in class questions2Classification according to Functional GroupChapter-2Nomenclature of Organic CompoundsIUPAC Rules for Naming Alkanes12PPT, embedded questions,QMF, in class questions3Alkyl and Halogen SubstituentsUse of the IUPAC Rules12PPT, embedded questions,group discussionQMF, in class questions4Conformations of Alkanes CycloalkaneNomenclature and ConformationReactions of AlkanesChapter-3

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