Courses > CHM255 - Organic Chemistry I

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This is the first semester of a two-semester sequence. This organic
chemistry course is for science majors primarily in chemistry, chemical
engineering, biochemistry, biology, environmental toxicology, pre-medical,
pre-dental, and pre-veterinary. The course will emphasize the mechanisms
and reactions of the hydrocarbons, alcohols and ether compounds, as well
as, the use of spectroscopy as it relates to the functional groups. This
is an introduction to laboratory techniques of organic chemistry.
Techniques include: separating, purification, synthesis, and isolation of
organic compounds. CHM 255-256 is equivalent to CHE 128ABC-CHE 129ABC at
UC Davis, and Chem 112A-112B at UC Berkeley. Transfer students should
complete this sequence prior to their junior year.

Units  5 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 6 hours labratory 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Liberal arts " sciences education courses
Version  01


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