Sep 22, 2021
CHEM 363 - Organic Chemistry III
Part three of the organic chemistry series. Carbonyl alpha-substitutions and condensations and the chemistry of carboxylic acid derivatives, benzene, amines, and carbohydrates. Course will be offered every year (Spring).
Prerequisites: CHEM 362 and CHEM 361LAB with a grade of C- or higher.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Recognize applications of organic chemistry in our everyday lives.
- Apply the IUPAC nomenclature system for carboxylic acid derivatives, aromatic compounds, and amines.
- Draw and interpret structures for organic compounds.
- Predict trends in physical properties for a series of related organic compounds.
- Predict the aromatic character of organic molecules.
- Use mass spectrometry and ultraviolet spectroscopy in the identification of organic structures.
- Draw a mechanism for typical nucleophilic acyl substitution and carbonyl alpha-substitution and condensation reactions showing the structures of all intermediates.
- Identify typical reagents used for basic synthetic reactions of carboxylic acid derivatives, aromatic compounds, amines, and carbohydrates
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