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CHEM 320

Organic Mechanisms and Synthesis

This course covers reactivity and mechanisms in organic chemistry, with a focus on reactions of key importance in both laboratory synthesis and biological systems. Laboratory introduces fundamental methods of synthesis and purification, and makes use of instrumentation to verify structure and purity. Prerequisites: CHEM 130, Chem 240, CHEM 260. May not be taken pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
CHEM 130, Chem 240, CHEM 260. 1 course, class and lab

Fall Semester information

Daniel Gurnon

320A: Org Mech & Synthesis

Spring Semester information

Jeffrey Hansen

320A: Org Mech & Synthesis