CHEM 3511 Organic Chemistry I Lecture
3 hours lecture, 1 recitation; 3 credits
Structure and properties of fundamental classes of organic compounds. Emphasis on reactivity, reaction mechanisms, synthesis, stereochemistry, and applications to allied fields. First semester of a two-semester sequence intended for students interested in science and in health professional programs including medical, dental and pharmacy school. (Students who have taken Chemistry 2500 or 3510 will lose credit for Chemistry 2500 and 3510 upon successful completion of this course.)
Prerequisite: Chemistry 2100 or both Chem 2200 and 2201, and Chemistry 2110.
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