Introduction to Organic Chemistry (CHEM 250.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
CHEM 250 02 January 2017 Marek Majewski (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 04 January 2017 Michel Gravel (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 06 January 2017 Marek Majewski (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 96 January 2017 Anna Szmigielski (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 C10 January 2017
CHEM 250 C16 January 2017
 
CHEM 250 01 September 2016 Michel Gravel (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 03 September 2016 Marek Majewski (primary instructor)
 
CHEM 250 02 July 2016 Pearson Ahiahonu (primary instructor)
 
CHEM 250 02 January 2016 Janice Holmes , Marek Majewski (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 04 January 2016 David Sanders (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 06 January 2016 Janice Holmes (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 96 January 2016 Anna Szmigielski (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 C10 January 2016 Julie Thompson (primary instructor)
CHEM 250 C16 January 2016 Janice Holmes (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to organic chemistry; students will learn to name organic compounds, predict some of the properties and reactivity of compounds based on molecular structure, and grasp the importance of these concepts and their application to all sciences and life in general. Almost all the reactions in living matter involve organic compounds, and it is impossible to understand the molecular processes of living systems without knowing organic chemistry. CHEM 250.3 is intended as a basis for other courses, and a beginning for understanding organic and bio-organic chemistry. The laboratory will introduce students to basic chemical laboratory skills frequently used in organic chemistry.

Prerequisite(s)

CHEM 112 or 114.

Note

The introductory CHEM courses were changed in 2002. Students with credit for CHEM 111 may take CHEM 250. Students with credit for CHEM 251 may not take CHEM 250 for credit.

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