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LeMoyne-Owen College
Course:
Chem 303 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

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LeMoyne Owen College Division of Natural Mathematical Sciences Organic Chemistry I CHEM 303 Fall 2011 Instructor Dr Sherry Painter Office Room GOH 400B Office Phone 901 435 1383 Office Hours Mondays Wednesdays 10 00 11 00 1 00 3 00 Tuesdays 1 00 2 00 Thursdays 10 00 11 00 1 00 2 00 Fridays 10 00 11 00 Email Address sherry painter loc edu Credit Hours 3 Prerequisites CHEM 102 with a grade of C or above Syllabus Texts Organic Chemistry 7th edition packaged with ACE Organic Passcode L G Wade Prentice Hall Publishing Supplemental Materials NA Course Description This course is a systematic study of the nomenclature structures preparation properties and reactions of staff classes of carbon compounds namely alkenes alcohol and alkylhalides Emphasis is placed on modern theories of structure and bonding stereochemistry and reaction mechanisms of addition reactions elimination reactions and nucleophilic substitution reactions College Graduate Competencies The 2 college graduate competencies CGC that are directly addressed in General Chemistry CHEM 101 are 1 Think creatively critically logically and analytically using both quantitative and qualitative methods for problem solving 6 Appreciate understand know and pursue the principles methods and subject matter that underlie the major discipline s Major Area Competency Levels The college graduate competencies are developed specifically for this course through major area competency levels MAC By the end of this course students should have attained proficiency in the following major area competencies 1 Demonstrate the appropriate use of basic nomenclature for organic molecules CGC 1 6 2 Demonstrate mastery of the structure properties and reactions of organic compounds CGC 1 6 2 Course Objectives The identified major area competencies focus on developing a solid understanding of the fundamentals of organic chemistry for the pursuit of additional coursework in chemistry and biochemistry Therefore students are expected to show



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