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CHEM 211 - Organic Chemistry For Science Majors I

This course is the first part of a two semester organic chemistry course sequence. Students are introduced to organic molecular structures, bonding, nomenclature including conformational analysis, potential energy plots, hybridization, stereochemistry and functional group chemistry, with emphasis on reactions and reaction mechanisms. It also includes the applications of instrumental methods in functional group analysis and identification of molecular structures. In the laboratory students learn the essential skills and techniques of preparation, isolation, purification, and analysis of organic compounds by employing standard and modern instrumental methods. This course also emphasizes the use and interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy and Gas Chromatography (GC) in the analysis and identification of organic compounds. This course is part of the transfer sequence for careers in the physical, biological, and health sciences and a requirement for the Associate of Sciences degree in Chemistry. Class Notes: This class requires students to be online and interacting with their instructor during the times shown in the class schedule in addition to completing assigned homework. No on-campus meetings will be held. For Canvas login instructions, information about additional online classes and access to the online bookstore, online counseling, online library resources and more please visit Enrollment Requirements: CHEM 102. Requirement Designation: Meets IGETC 5A 5C CSU B1 B3.
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