Organic Chemistry I Lecture
In this first semester organic course, students learn the concepts and skills necessary to have a strong foundation in organic chemistry.This course includes: drawing, visualizing, and describing in words the bonding motifs and interactions in organic chemistry; showing how acid base chemistry relates to structure and reactions; applying kinetics and thermodynamics to reactions; showing the mechanistic path for reactions; applying these concepts to functional groups.
Prerequisites: CHEM A105 — A108 or permission of department chair
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