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CHEM 2211K - Organic Chemistry I with Laboratory

(4) Credit Hours
Prerequisite: CHEM 1212K 
The first semester of a two semester course of an introduction to the relationship between chemical structure and the physical and chemical properties of organic molecules. Upon completion of this course students will: (1) effectively and clearly communicate principles of organic chemistry in written and oral form, (2) identify which of the four fundamental kinds of organic reactions: addition, elimination, substitution or rearrangement is responsible for a given reaction and describe its mechanism, (3) describe bonding, stereochemistry and 3-dimensional arrangement of atoms in organic molecules and apply them to nomenclature and molecular function (4) design preparative synthesis of organic molecules by applying reaction mechanisms, (5) evaluate library and Internet resources to gather, organize, and supply scientific information, (6) apply spectroscopic analysis and techniques to elucidate chemical structure, (7) collect, present and analyze scientific data from a series of organic chemistry techniques and laboratory experiments.



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