Listed in: Chemistry, as CHEM-231
Formerly listed as: CHEM-22
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Nicholas D. Ball (Section 01)
Jonathan A. Collins (Section 01)
Lauren M. Reutenauer (Section 01)
A continuation of CHEM 221. The second semester of the organic chemistry course first examines in considerable detail the chemistry of the carbonyl group and some classic methods of organic synthesis. The latter section of the course is devoted to a deeper exploration of a few topics, among which are the following: sugars, amino acids and proteins, advanced synthesis, and acid-base catalysis in nonenzymatic and enzymatic systems. The laboratory experiments illustrate both fundamental synthetic procedures and some elementary mechanistic investigations. Four hours of class and four hours of laboratory per week.
Requisite: CHEM 221. Spring semester. Professor Ball and Visiting Professor Collins.