Organic Chemistry 2
Course Number: 10-506-162
Description: 10-506-162 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2 ...a second semester course in organic chemistry that is a continuation of concepts learned in 10-506-160, Organic Chemistry 1, including reactions, mechanisms, synthesis, and spectroscopy of organic compounds. (Prerequisite: 10-506-160, Organic Chemistry 1 with a "C" or better)
Total Credits: 4
Prior Learning Assessments
- Execute laboratory guidelines and established laboratory practices.
- Use appropriate scientific equipment, measurement practices, and scientific method.
- Identify various structural characteristics of compounds using methods including NMR, UV-Vis, IR and mass spectrometry.
- Characterize properties and reactions of carbonyl containing compounds.
- Describe enolate and carbonyl condensation chemistry.
- Characterize amines and other nitrogen containing compounds.
- Characterize organometallic and redox reactions and mechanisms.
- Describe various carbon-carbon bond forming reactions.
- Characterize carboxylic acids and their derivatives.
- Describe conjugated pi bonds, and aromaticity.
- Illustrate reactions and mechanisms of aromatic compounds.
- Illustrate products and mechanisms of Diels-Alder and other pericyclic reactions.
- Describe products and mechanisms of reactions involving free radicals.
- Characterize polymers and polymerization reactions.