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2202syllabus long - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (2202) Spring 2009...

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (2202) Spring 2009 Instructor: Office: Office Hrs: (Organic chemistry II has an associated laboratory course, Chem 2204. The course is a separate registration. The two parts are designed to be completed at the same time, but credit for them is earned independently.) Course Prerequisites: Successful completion of Organic Chemistry I (2201) and the Organic Chemistry Lab I (2203) with both grades C- or better is a prerequisite. Specific Goals and Objectives : The primary objective of this course is to understand organic chemistry and to develop critical thinking skills related to the subject matter. The objectives are: To be able to use information from the analytical tools (e.g. NMR, IR, MS, UV). To learn the nomenclature of aromatic and carbonyl compounds. To learn about properties of aromatic and carbonyl compounds. To learn the mechanisms of a variety of organic reactions. To learn to apply molecular orbital analysis to these reaction mechanisms. To be familiar with the nomenclature, preparation and reactions of the functional groups: aromatic rings, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, and the acid derivatives. To understand the three-dimensional shapes of simple organic molecules and how those shapes affect reactivity. To do multiple step transformations of simple organic molecules. Student Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to: Recognize aromatic rings, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, and the acid derivatives and know the shape of each functional group. Name in a systematic manner simple organic compounds such as aromatic rings and carbonyl compounds. Construct three-dimensional models of these organic compounds. Understand the following simple mechanisms: electrophilic aromatic substitution, nucleophilic addition to carbonyl compounds, addition-elimination reactions with acid derivatives. Know about organic reactions that are useful in organic synthesis. Recognize the organic reactions that are involved in biochemical pathways. Textbook: Paula Bruice, " Organic Chemistry, 5 th Edition " Prentice Hall., 2007 is required for this course. We also recommend the solutions manual, molecular modeling kit and the “ACE” organic online homework package. A useful supplement “Organic Chemistry as a Second Language” by David Klein (ISBN# 0470129298) is recommended and can be purchased online. The link to the TU bookstore is www.temple.edu/bookstore 1
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Blackboard™ : A Blackboard site will be set up for this course. Please check that you are registered and can access this course on Blackboard . Announcements and e-mails will be sent out via Blackboard so it is imperative that you check this web site and your Temple email account on a regular basis. Supplemental materials, messages and schedule adjustments will be posted there. Class rankings will be posted on this site so you can get a feel for how you are doing in the course. Attendance:
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