CHEM 130 - Organic Chemistry PrinciplesSemester Hours: 2
This course introduces students to concepts fundamental to understanding and mastering organic chemistry. Topics covered include the following: valence bond and molecular orbital theory; two- and three-dimensional representations of organic structures; acid-base theory; electronegativity; nucleophiles and electrophiles; thermodynamics; chemical kinetics; and analysis of reaction coordinate diagrams. This course is intended for students considering biology or health sciences as a major or for those who need additional background in chemistry concepts integral to biochemical sciences (two-hour lecture).
CHEM 003A . Cannot be taken after successfully completing CHEM 135 with a grade of C- or better. No credit for major or minor.
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