Course TitleORGANIC CHEMISTRY I w/LAB
DescriptionOrganic Chemistry I is the first semester of a two-semester science majors level course on the facts and principles of chemistry as they apply to carbon-based compounds. The course has a mandatory lab that complements the lecture. This course is designed to meet the needs of STEM major programs. Typical majors taking this course include biotechnology and life science. Topics include re-emphasis of lab safety; mixture separation techniques; spectroscopy; Lewis, Valence and Molecular Orbital bonding theory; representing organic compounds; acid-base theory; relationship between structure and properties - including polarity, stability, acidity and physical properties; stereochemistry; nomenclature; patterns in the physical and chemical properties of aliphatic cyclic and acyclic alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides and alcohols; applying the principles of thermodynamics, kinetics and mechanism to substitution, addition, redox and elimination reactions. Math skills of at least a one-hundred-level MA course are required. Prerequisites: CH 110, CH 120, and a one-hundred-level MA course or higher (not MAC). Lecture: 3 hours per week Lab: 3 hours per week 4 credits
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(Assistance May be available) 1. Video Conferencing Platform (Remotely taught courses only) 2. Learning Management System (LMS) Requirements 3. Technology Requirements
SemesterFall 2021
ClassCH 201-700
Class No1801
Class TitleORGANIC CHEMISTRY I w/LAB
InstructorKhalili,Farkhondeh
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High speed internet access 
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