The basics of organic chemistry are covered including: structure and bonding of alkanes, alkenes, aromatic hydrocarbons and alkynes; functional groups containing heteroatoms; chromatography; spectroscopy; stereochemistry; methods of studying organic reaction; and an introduction to mechanisms of organic reactions.
Prerequisite(s): CHM 113 General Chemistry (with a grade of C- or better).
Non-Stonehill students may opt to take this course for 3 credits and without the on-campus lab component. Stonehill students may take this version of the course with permission only and it may not count towards a major or minor.
Faculty will contact all students after the May 22 registration deadline with course instructions. Students should expect to dedicate approximately 17 hours of course related work per week.