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Towson University
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Chem 332 - Organic Chemistry II
Organic Chemistry II Documents

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II CHEM 332 SECTIONS 003 and 004 SPRING 2006 Instructors Ms Liina Ladon lab 410 704 3054 lladon towson edu Smith Hall 538 Dr Clare Muhoro lecture 410 704 4827 cmuhoro towson edu Smith Hall 524G Lab meetings Section 003 M 12 30 p m 1 30 p m SM 570 1 30 p m 4 20 p m SM 591 Section 004 T 12 30 p m 1 30 p m SM 570 1 30 p m 4 20 p m SM 591 Office hours Ms Ladon By appointment Dr Muhoro T 2 00 p m 3 30 p m Th 2 00 p m 3 30 p m Required Materials Laboratory Techniques Manual Zubrick J W Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual 6th Edition 2004 Wiley Publishers available in the university bookstore Laboratory Experiments Manual Ladon L Muhoro C Organic Chemistry Laboratory Packet available in COPY PLUS Center in Cook Library Required on the first day of lab Laboratory Notebook Sold by the students affiliates of the American Chemical Society in SM 568 Safety Goggles If you do not already have some you may purchase goggles sold by the students affiliates of the American Chemical Society in SM 568 Course Description The laboratory section of this course is a continuation of Chemistry 331 We will use microscale techniques to effect a variety of organic transformations in the syntheses of molecules bearing important functional groups Many of the reactions you conduct in lab will be discussed in detail in the lecture component of the course Techniques that you learned in Chemistry 331 will be drawn upon These methods include purification methods distillation extraction recrystallization reaction set ups analytical techniques melting points boiling points spectroscopy infrared spectroscopy mass spectroscopy nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and gas chromatography Your grade will be determined by consideration of your products purities and yields evidence of good bench skills and your explanations and answers to assigned questions evidence of understanding the theory Material covered in the lab section may be tied into lecture discussions In these instances you may



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