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CHM 205 Organic Chemistry II Syllabus Spring 2020 COURSE DESCRIPTION Continues CHM 204 with further study of nomenclature, stereochemistry, reactions, and mechanisms of the following functional groups: conjugated dienes, aromatics, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, and nitrogen containing compounds. Laboratory includes syntheses, qualitative organic analyses, NMR, IR and UV-Vis spectrophotometry, gas chromatography, thin layer chromatography, HPLC, polarimetry, and refractometry. Intended primarily for science majors and pre-professionals. IAI CHM 914 Prerequisite: CHM 204 with a grade of "C" or better. Instructor: Dr. Daniel Stanford Class Meeting times: Office: Z311 Contacts: Phone: 925-6792; e-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: These are posted in Blackboard and also next to my office door. Required Materials : 1. Organic Chemistry, 3 rd ed., Klein, D. R., Wiley, 2017. 2. Molecular modeling kit (available in the bookstore). 3. The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual, Zubrick, J. W., 8 th ed.( or later), Wiley, 2011. 4. Access to and regular monitoring of the course Blackboard site 5. Laboratory Experiments for CHM 205, on the course BlackBoard site 6. A bound notebook dedicated to organic laboratory w/ no perforated pages, or a bound notebook with carbonless copies. Recommended: Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry, 3 rd ed., Klein, D. R., Wiley, 2015. Virtual Text of Organic Chemistry: GRADING : Your final grade will be based on the sum of your percentage scores in each of the categories below. That total percentage will be assigned a grade on the following scale: 90.0 to 100% = A, 80.0 to 89.9% = B, 70.0 to 79.9% = C, 60.0 to 69.9% = D, 59.9% or below = F . Quantity Graded Points Each Percent of Final Grade Quizzes & Assignments variable & weighted by points 10.0% Pre-lab variable 10 3.0% Lab Notebook variable 20 10.0% Lab Clean-up *2-4 2 2.0% Lab Reports, Quizzes, & Exams variable & weighted by points 15.0% Lecture Exams 3 100 45.0% Final Exam 1 100 15.0% Total 100.0% *The number of these assignments is approximate and may be changed as the schedule requires. STUDENT OUTCOMES (The student should …) 1. identify the various classes of organic compounds, their methods of preparation and typical reactions. 2. postulate a logical reaction mechanism for simple organic reactions. 3. discriminate relative stabilities of reaction intermediates. 4. plan multi-step syntheses using known functional group transformations. Days Times Location Mon/Wed 9:30 – 10:45 AM Z351 Tue/Thur 9:30 AM – 12:15 PM Z351/353