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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


CHEM 58 Honors Organic Chemistry

The second term of a two-term introduction to the chemistry of carbon compounds intended for students planning a chemistry major or career of research in a chemically-related science, including medical science. The lectures deal with the preparation, properties, and reactions of most of the important classes of organic compounds. There is considerable emphasis on reaction mechanisms and some attention is given to naturally occurring substances of biological importance. Topics are covered in greater depth, both in lecture and in the textbook, than in the CHEM 51-52 sequence. Building on the experimental techniques and instrumental methods introduced in CHEM 57, the laboratory work in CHEM 58 involves a multi-step synthesis of an important chemical target molecule, emphasizing how synthetic organic chemistry is carried out and reported in a research setting. Enrollment in CHEM 57-58 is limited.

Prerequisite

CHEM 57 (or CHEM 51 with permission of instructor) is a prerequisite to CHEM 58. Supplemental course fee required.

Distributive and/or World Culture

SLA

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Offered

18S, 19S: 11; Laboratory: M 2:10-6:10 p.m.