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CHEMISTRY 2200C SECTIONS 1-6 SURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY COURSE SYLLABUS SPRING 2005 12:20-1:10 MWF 275 FLH Instructor: Robley Light Office: 204 DLC Phone: 644-3844 Email: Office Hours: 11:00-12:00 MWF (or by appointment) Textbooks: Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry Hein, Best, Pattison, Arena 8 th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2005 Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry in the Laboratory Hein, Peisen, Ritchey 8 th 2005 Required Items: Molecular Visions Organic Model Kit Laboratory safety goggles A laboratory notebook with a sewed (not spiral) binding Laboratory Schedule: Section Time Room Course Ref. Number 1 Tue. 8:00-12:00 am 507 HTL 00447 2 Tue. 1:00-5:00 pm 507 HTL 06267 3 Mon. 1:25-5:25 pm 507 HTL 06268 4 Wed. 1:25-5:25 pm 507 HTL 06269 5 Thu. 8:00-12:00 am 507 HTL 08855 6 Thu. 1:00-5:00 pm 507 HTL 08856 Note which section you are enrolled in and attend the appropriate laboratory for that section. If you must switch to a different time, be sure to go through drop and add so that you will be enrolled correctly . Prerequisite: CHM 1030 with a grade of C- or better. (Students completing an I grade from a previous semester should not register for the course but should notify the instructor). Laboratory Part: The laboratory part of the course is operated independently from the lecture part, although the experiments are correlated with the lecture material as much as possible. Laboratory performance will be evaluated according to pre-lab preparation of the notebook, condition of the notebook write-up on completion of the experiment, the lab teaching assistant’s observations of your work in the laboratory, and performance on occasional, unannounced laboratory quizzes. The laboratory grade will be averaged into the overall course grade as shown below. Prior preparation for each experiment will be essential for satisfactory performance in the laboratory. Course Description/Objectives This course is intended to provide an introduction of the fundamentals of organic chemistry needed for students majoring in nutrition, fitness, and related subjects. It serves as a prerequisite to the one-semester general biochemistry course BCH 3023C. Students wishing to meet pre-med requirements or the prerequisite for other advanced chemistry courses should take the two-semester organic sequence CHM 2210 and CHM 2211.
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