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CHM 1046 - General Chemistry II
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 1045 CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 1046L
Chemical Equlibria, kinetics and electro-chemistry will be introduced. The nature of the chemical bond will be studied,
introducing the Lewis dot structure, and the VSEPR theory of structure determination.
CHM 1046L - General Chemistry II Lab
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 1045L CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 1046
Topics will be selected to complement the lecture material from CHM 1046. Major topics will be redox titrations and the
separation and identification of groups I-IV cations.
CHM 2210 - Organic Chemistry I
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 1046 CR C and CHM 1046L CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 2210L
The lecture portion of each class consists of approximately 50 minutes (75 minutes for classes that meet twice a week)
of lecture, three times a week, addressing topics from the required textbook. Fundamentals of organic chemistry are
introduced. These include the IUPAC system of nomenclature for hydrocarbons,
common names, isomerism,
conformational analysis, and explanations of stability differences in an homologus series. Classes of compounds that will be
studied are: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes , and arenes and their derivatives. Reference will be made to day-to-day events that
are linked to organic chemistry topics.
CHM 2210L - Organic Chemistry I Lab
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 1046 CR C and CHM 1046L CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 2210
Experiments will be designed to reinforce the lecture topics in 2210C and familiarize students with laboratory
equipment and techniques. Fractional distillations at atmospheric and reduced pressure, melting point experiments,
colligative properties, model building and Internet activities will be used. Additionally, the publisher’s web site will be
available as supplemental material.
CHM 2211 - Organic Chemistry II
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 2210 CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 2211L
A continuation of organic chemistry into topics dealing with alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, organic
acids, amines, amides, sugars, fats and oils, proteins, and basic relationships of chemistry to biology.
CHM 2211L - Organic Chemistry II Lab
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: CHM 2210L CR C and CHM 2210 CR C
Co-requisites: CHM 2211
Continuing fundamentals of organic chemistry will be demonstrated. Classes of compounds that will be studied are:
substituted aromatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, organic acids, amines, sugars, fats,
oils, proteins and their derivatives. Reference will be made to day-to-day events that are linked to organic chemistry topics.
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