CHEM 2400H Organic Chemistry I/Lab
This course and the related lab is the first part of a two-semester sequence that studies the chemistry of carbon compounds, including their structure, nomenclature, preparation, reactions, analysis, spectroscopy, and properties. Reaction mechanisms are stressed within a functional group framework. The laboratory session introduces basic laboratory techniques frequently utilized in organic syntheses. Prerequisite: CHEM 1310 OR CHEM 1310H. Honors students only. (Description Last Updated: Fall 2013 (201420))
- Apply the rules of organic nomenclature, including the ability to name organic compounds and draw correct structures from names.
- Describe chemical structures and relate them to physical properties of organic compounds.
- Describe and apply fundamental reactivity concepts such as acidity, basicity, electrophilicity, nucleophilicity, electron delocalization and rules of resonance.
- Describe the mechanisms and outcomes of addition, substitution and elimination reactions of simple hydrocarbons.
- Describe the mechanisms and outcomes of addition, substitution, and elimination reactions of simple organic compounds.
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|201820||20152||08/22 - 12/08/2017||Ft Lauderdale/Davie Campus||Aukszi, Beatrix|
|201820||20153||08/22 - 12/08/2017||Ft Lauderdale/Davie Campus||Aukszi, Beatrix|
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