Organic Chemistry I
Organic chemistry is the study of compounds bearing carbon atoms, including reactions and methods of identification. This course will include methods for describing organic compounds and their features (known as functional groups), reactions of organic compounds such as those containing alkane, alkene, alkyne, and alkyl halide functionalities, and spectroscopic means of identifying organic compounds (including IR and NMR). Prerequisites: C- or higher in CHM 111 and 112. Three recitations and one 3-hour lab per week.