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1 Department of Chemistry, Delaware State University Syllabus: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II CHEM (Spring 2016) 1. Course Information CRN Credit 3 Class Time M/W/R, 12:00 PM 12:50 PM Class Room Grossley Hall 112 Pre-Requisites CHEM 101, CHEM 102 and CHEM 210 Textbook Organic Chemistry, John McMurry, 9 th Ed. Cengage (ISBN-10: ) Instructor Dr. Young-Gi Kim, Assistance Professor, Chemistry, Delaware State University (302) , Office: Science Center South (SCS), Room Course Description Organic Chemistry II is the second part of a two-sessional material covering the most common organic reaction involving certain types of organic compounds. It will be necessary for you to learn how to name organic compounds, to draw and understand their structures in multi dimensions, and to learn how chemical structure and chemical reactivity (reactions) are interrelated. 3. Course Objective To understand the properties and reactivity of important functional groups including aromatic compounds, alcohols, amines, and carbonyl compounds. To teach students how to assign and interpret important spectroscopic signatures of aromatic compounds, alcohols, amines, and carbonyl compounds. To teach students how to write detailed mechanisms for important reaction classes: electrophilic aromatic substitution and carbonyl nucleophilic addition reactions. To teach students who can plan multi-step syntheses of organic compounds. 4. Required Individual Study Organic chemistry in many ways resembles a new language and you cannot avoid quite a bit of memorizing (vocabulary). It is a very intensive course requiring much practice, and to do well, you have to do a lot of writing write formulas, write equations, so that you can write complex structures quickly. You cannot learn organic chemistry just by reading about it. A conservative estimate for study time is about 2-3 hours per every single day, beginning from day one. It is important to keep up with the lectures, as they often refer to previously discussed material. It is very easy to fall behind and very difficult to catch up if you do. 5. Help Center There will be office hour every week from 1 PM to 2 PM on Monday and from 1 PM to 3 PM on Wednesday at SCS 300 from the first week of this class to the last week.

2 6. Student Learning Objectives 1. Course Learning Objectives/Outcome. Students will become active learners in the class and follow class rules. a. Assessment method: Students class performance includes class attendance and class activities. Attendance will be evaluated in points b. Alignment to program(s) learning goals: Department goal 3. College goals II and IV. University goal II and VI. 2. Course Learning Objectives/Outcome. Student will learn Objective 1: The knowledge of organic chemistry is often evaluated using multiple choice questions such as the following: Choose the order that has the following structures (compounds) correctly arranged with respect to some physical of chemical property such as boiling point, solubility, acidity, reactivity, etc.: Choose the major product of the following reaction./choose the reactant and reagents that would give the following compound./choose the compound most consistent with the following data. Objective 2. The application of the knowledge of organic chemistry to the solution of complex problems must be accomplished using written rather than multiple-choice questions. Common questions are the following: (a) Give the structures of compounds A-E consistent with the following observations. (b) Using the curved arrow formalism show how the bond making and bond breaking occurs in the following transformation. (c) Show how the following compound could be prepared from reactants and reagents containing four carbon atoms or less. a. Assessment method: Assessment will be performed based on students performance in exams and the course project that will be assigned. b. Alignment to program(s) learning goals: Department goals 2 and 3/College goals I/University goals I and V. 3. Course Learning Objectives/Outcome. Student will acquire critical thinking skills by utilizing qualitative and quantitative information toward problem solving a. Assessment method: Assessment will be performed based on students performance in exams. b. Alignment to program(s) learning goals: Department goal 3/College goals II and IV/University goals II and VI 7. Grading Policy Grade Score Range Evaluation Items A Mid-Term Exams (100 points per exam): Total 400 (40%) B Final Exams: 200 (20%) Class Participation and/or Recitation: 100 (10%) C Course Project*: 100 (10%) D (*Topic will be announced in 4/29/2016; Due on Final Exam Date) F Quiz (20 points per the quiz): Total 200** (20%) (**The best 10 scores will be selected for the quiz grading) Grand Total: 1000 (100%)

3 8. Special Requirement This course will adhere to the university s policy on student conduct and behavior including the use of cell phones found at Specific rules for the class are listed below. 1) Exams, lecture and recitation attendances are mandatory. No make-up exams will be permitted unless student reports a special situation. This includes: university business (official document needed), medical emergency (regular medical appointment is not counted as medical emergency), and other physical emergencies (relevant official certificate is required). The official document must be stapled to a make-up slip (can be downloaded from the instructor website: that will be filled out by the student and signed by student s academic advisor. 2) Coming late or leaving early for more than 10 minutes will be counted as absence and no points for student performance in class will be awarded. 3) Cheating in any format in any of the exams may directly result in F of the quiz/exam and may be reported to the Department Chairperson of Chemistry for disciplinary action. 4) Silencing cell phone during the class time is required. Each time of violation is taken as serious disturbance of class and will receive an oral warning. The violation may cause 5 points decrease in the final grade. Repeated violator will be asked to leave class. 5) Students that are disturbing others by talking, making noises, or eating during the class time will be required to leave the classroom. Campus security will be called if the student rejects to leave. 6) Students coming for exams are required to follow rules set by the instructor for the class. These rules include, (i) No cheating can be tolerated; (ii) No cell phones can be used as calculators; (iii) Using cell phones in any means during quizzes/exams will be taken as cheating; (iv) Using restroom during quizzes/exams is not allowed until test sheets are submitted. 7) Students who have learning disabilities and/or need special accommodation please directly contact DSU Office of Accessibility Service ( We will coordinate the examinations with this office.

4 9. Lecture Schedule (Tentative: Minor changes might be made during the semester; Students will be promptly announced)

5 Please sign and return the following part to your instructor I have received a syllabus of Organic Chemistry II (CHEM211-01) Lecture (Spring 2016), containing the grading policies, class requirements and class rules. I understand the lecture schedule is tentative and minor changes might be made during the period of the class. I understand the policies and rules described in the syllabus and agree to follow those rules and requirements. PRINT NAME: D# SIGNATURE: DATE: Phone:

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