BCC syllabusCHEMISTRY 2210Fall 07MW


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BROWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE Department of Natural Science - Chemistry CHM. 2210, Organic Chemistry I Fall Semester, 2007 (M, W) COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is the first course in the two-course sequence: CHM. 2210 and CHM 2211. The course covers structure, prep, reaction, and nomenclature of various classes of hydrocarbons and their derivatives. Reaction electronic mechanisms are interpreted and unified in the light of modern theory. The laboratory course of CHM 2210L is taken concurrently with CHM 2210. General Education Requirements - Associate of Arts Degree, meets Area(s): General Education Requirements - Associate in Science Degree, meets Area(s): Pre- or Co-requisite : CHM 1046 and CHM 1046L with a grade of C or higher Co-requisite: CHM 2210L Class times: M, W 9:30am To 10:45am INSTRUCTOR: Behnoush Memari OFFICE: 57- 145 Website address : www.broward.edu/~bmemari E-MAIL: [email protected] TELEPHONE: 954-201-2460 FAX NUMBER : 954-201-2479 OFFICE HOURS : Wed 11:00am- 12:00pm, 5:00-6:00 PM T, R 9:30 to 10:45 AM Others by appointment REQUIRED TEXT: Organic Chemistry, 6th ED., Wade, Jr., L. G., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458, 2003, ISBN 0-13-147871-0 Student Access Kit to online course material is required
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Handouts: I will usually have the power point presentations posted on my website and you are expected to print them out prior to your class and bring them in with you. If you have any difficulty to print them just ask me. SUPLEMENTAL MATERIALS . A model kit preferably the Prentice Hall set. A set of flash cards with reactions and preparations. . CHM2210 covers units in: 1. Bond formation and structural formulae 2. Organic Molecular structure and properties 3. Alkanes 4. Chemical Reactions 5. Stereochemistry 6. Alkyl Halides, SN1 & 2, E1 & 2 Reactions 7. Alkenes, Structure and Preparation 8. Reactions of Alkenes 9. Ethers, Epoxides, & Sulfides 10. Conjugated Systems and W 11. Aromatic Compounds 12. Rx's of Aromatic Compounds Grading Policy : Assignments + quizzes + attendance + class participation (10%) : You will be assigned problems for each topic covered in the lecture. Assignments may be written or on-line assignments. On-line assignments may be accessed via http://www.prenhall.com/wade/. Late or incomplete assignments will not be accepted. Exams (3 out of 4(75%) : Four exams will be given throughout the course of the semester. Refer to the schedule for tentative test dates and coverage. Please note that MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL NOT BE GIVEN . To compensate for this regulation, the lowest test score will be dropped. IF YOU MISS AN EXAM, FOR WHATEVER REASON, IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY BECOME YOUR DROPPED SCORE. Final Exam (15%) : There will be a final, CUMULATIVE , exam at the end of the course on Wednesday, December 12,2007 at 8:30 am-10: 20 am The grading scale will be approximately: 90-100% = A 80-89% = B 70-79%=C 60-69% = D An “I” grade will be given only if the final exam is missed due to documented, extreme circumstances.
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