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SyllabusSum09v2 - CHEMISTRY 2364 Summer 2009 INSTRUCTORS:...

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CHEMISTRY 2364 Summer 2009 INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Alfonso Davila (319 Williams; 578-9093) Office Hours: Monday to Thursday: 10-11 am; 2-3 pm and Friday 2-3 pm PRE-REQUISITE: CHEM 1212 or 1431 and 2060, 2261 or 2461 and registration in 2262 or 2462 REQUIRED TEXT: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY MANUAL , 3rd ed. by Tamara Nauman (ISBN: 0-536-26019-2) Organic Lab Lecture Notes Summer 2009 Are posted on Moodle. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual , 7th ed. by James W. Zubrick (ISBN: 978-0-470-12932-6) SCHEDULE, Spring 2009: H = Handout; M = Manual Jun . 8 Check-in, Safety Lecture 9 Decolorization and Separation by Extraction I ( M 51-54) 10 Separation by Extraction II ( M 54-56) and Benzopinacol ( M 81-83) 11 TLC, Column Chromatography ( M 57-59) and GC ( H ) . 15 Organic Qualitative Analysis I ( M 61-68); FT-IR ( H ) 16 Organic Qualitative Analysis II 17 Preparation of Cyclohexene ( M 79-80) 18 Diels-Alder Reaction I ( M 113-114); GC and FT-IR of Cyclohexene 22 MIDTERM REVIEW. Diels-Alder Reaction II ( M 114-115), Pinacol ( M 83-85) 23 TA Review and Make-up Lab 24 NO LAB DAY 25 MIDTERM EXAM 5-7 pm, Sec 1: 102 Williams and Sec 2: 103 Williams 29 p-Nitroaniline I ( M 87-92) 30 p-Nitroaniline II ( M 92-93) Jul. 1 p-Nitroaniline III ( M 93-94) 2 NO LAB DAY 6 Nylon [6,10] ( M 99-100), NMR 7 Fischer Esterification ( M 95-96) 8 Luminol ( M 73-77) 9 Preparation of Adipic Acid ( M 97-98) 13 Para Red Dye ( M 105-107), Aldol ( M 109-111) and Cannizzaro I ( M 101-103) 14 Cannizzaro Reaction II ( M 103) 15 FINAL REVIEW. Lidocaine I ( M 117 -118) 16 Lidocaine II ( M pgs. 118-119) 20 Make-up Lab 21 TA Review and Check Out 22 NO LAB DAY 23 FINAL EXAM 5-7 pm., Sec 1: 102 Williams and Sec 2: 103 Williams
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GRADING: Your final grade in the laboratory is based on your performance on graded work by the percentages that follow: Notebooks ( 15% ), Products ( 10% ), Quizzes ( 15% ), Midterm Exam ( 30% ), Final Exam ( 30% ) Thus, your grade is not based on " how hard you worked in the lab " or for " your need to obtain a certain grade to keep a scholarship " or for " getting into med school or dental school ". You receive the grade that you have earned. GRADE ASSIGNMENTS: 89.5 - 100 = A 79.5 - 89.4 = B 69.5 - 79.4 = C 59.5 - 69.4 = D Below 59.5 = F LAB NOTEBOOK: A carbonless copy notebook with consecutively numbered pages is required in this lab. You must write in ink and never use white out. Simply draw a line or cross through any mistakes. Do not plagiarize from the lab manual. You will receive a zero for plagiarized procedure and theory sections and you will be reported to the Dean. Your notebook grade is proportional to the time it takes your teaching assistant (TA) to grade it; therefore, the notebook should be well organized, thorough (but concise) and informative. A schedule of
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