Organic Chemistry I Syllabus The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 2410 Section 001,91 The University of Toledo Fall 2015

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1 Lecture: M, W, F 8:00 8:50 a.m. Wolfe Hall 1201 Honors section meets with Prof. Claire Cohen for an additional hour. on W 2:00-2:50 p.m. B.O Instructor: Steve Sucheck, Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Virginia Office Hours: M,W, F 9:00 am - 10:00 am or by appointment Phone: Faculty Office: WO 3276 Credit Hours: 3 COURSE/CATALOG DESCRIPTION Study of structure and reactions of organic compounds. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: CHEM 1240 FOR LEVEL UG WITH MIN. GRADE OF D- COURSE STRUCTURE Lecture: Lecture sessions are designed to clarify the concepts covered in this course and provide examples of what is expected of you. Attendance is expected and you are responsible for all material, and problems covered in class. It is recommended that you read the text before the lecture. Lectures and slides will be available on Blackboard and Echo360. The attached schedule will inform you regarding which parts of the text you should read. In consideration for your fellow students, please arrive on time and turn off your cell phone. While it is not required, it is strongly recommended that you enroll in the organic chemistry laboratory sequence (CHEM 2460 or 2480) concurrent with this course. Please keep in mind that if you drop CHEM 2410 this semester, you must drop the laboratory course as well. Check the catalog for a full description: catalog.utoledo.edu STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES - an understanding of atomic bonding and geometry using valence and molecular orbital models; - an understanding of acid-base chemistry; - an understanding of hydrocarbons, stereochemistry and resonance; - ability to analyze and solve various chemical problems; - understand introductory free radical chain reactions and mechanisms - an ability to recognize and complete addition, elimination and substitution reactions; - introduce organic chemistry reaction mechanisms. -introduce functional groups and organic chemistry nomenclature - an understanding of aromatic compounds and their reactions; - develop improved time management and skills by meeting homework deadlines. 1

2 PREREQUISITES AND COREQUISITES: Prerequisites: CHEM 1240 FOR LEVEL UG WITH MIN. GRADE OF D- REQUIRED TEXTS AND ANCILLARY MATERIALS: A. Lecture Text: Organic Chemistry, 7th Edition, Bruice (required) Pearson. ISBN-10: ; ISBN- 13: B. Online Homework: Sapling Learning; Required can be purchased from the Sapling web site Sapling Learning Online Homework (One-Term Access): ISBN Sapling Learning Online Homework (Full Year Access): ISBN Instructions for setting up your online Sapling Learning account are available on Blackboard C. Supplements: Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry, 7th Edition, Bruice (recommended) ISBN-10: ; ISBN-13: ACS Study Guide for Organic Chemistry (recommended) TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS To complete your homework you will need to access to a computer with an up-to-date operating system, web browser and an internet connection. You will receive course announcements trough Blackboard and University . Echo360 lecture capture will also be available on the internet. UNIVERSITY POLICIES Policy Statement on Nondiscrimination on the basis of Disability (ADA). The University is an equal opportunity educational institution. Please read The University s Policy Statement on Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability Americans with Disability Act Compliance. ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATIONS The University Of Toledo is committed to providing equal access to education for all students. If you have a documented disability or you believe you have a disability and would like information regarding academic accommodations/adjustments in this course please contact the Student Disability Services Office. ACADEMIC POLICIES Exam Absence Policies: Students who will not be able to take an exam at the scheduled time due to an irresolvable conflict with a major responsibility must provide some written documentation to verify the conflict. This situation may occur for students on official university business, including athletes. The exam will be given at another arranged time. Approval must be obtained before the scheduled test date. Students who do not take an exam due to illness, car accident, and death in the family or similar extreme circumstance must inform their instructor of their difficulties within 24 hours of the exam. These difficulties must also be documented by a physician's note, an accident report, pastor s note, etc. Contact information for the police department, pastor, etc. must be included on the note or report. A voice mail or message within 24 hours of missing the exam is also required: In all other circumstances, a missed exam will result in a grade of 0. Exams cannot be excused for personal reasons. Examples of missing an exam due to personal issues include, but are not limited to: oversleeping, transportation problems, vacation plans, work 2

3 schedule conflicts, child care issues, sick children, fire alarms in adjacent buildings, etc. Academic Dishonesty: You should read the university s policy on Academic Dishonesty found at Violation of this policy can result in a course grade of F. You may not cover your eyes in any way during an exam, this includes wearing any type of hat during an exam that shields the eyes. Do not cover your eyes or sit in such a way that you are facing another person. Please note, you can/may be asked/required to move your seat during an exam. COURSE EXPECTATIONS It is expected that you be seated and ready to start class at 8:00 a.m. and that you remain seated until the end of class. Come in late is disruptive to other members of the class. GRADING Course Points The following is the distribution of possible points in the course: Sapling Homework Assignments scaled to 150 pts Midterm Exams 100 points each 300 pts Comprehensive Final Exam 150 pts Total: 600 pts Homework: Graded Homework will be assigned through Sapling Learning, an online homework system. These assignments should be viewed as a minimum. If you expect to earn at least a B grade in the course you should complete all homework in each book chapter. The Solutions Manual is a guide to the solution of most problems in the text. This may be purchased in the bookstore or online through websites like Amazon. You should try to solve homework problems yourself before looking at the solutions. Sampling Learning is an online/web-based learning system. You need to have a registered account to use it. Website access can be purchased online. Homework involving the Sapling Learning system will account for 25% (150 pts) of the total grade. The due dates for each assignment can be found within the Sapling Learning homework system. You are responsible for finding and completing your work on time. Do not wait until the night the homework is due to complete the assignment. Do not your instructor the night the homework is due ask for an extension. Technical problems with your computer, Sapling Learning or your internet connection will not be grounds for an extension. Please do your work well in advance of the due date. Examinations are given as listed on the schedule. Make-up exams will not be given for any circumstance. Excused absences will be given only to students who miss a midterm exam under the conditions listed below. If an excuse is acceptable, your final course grade will be computed based on all work except that exam or a make up exam will be given (instructors discretion). The final exam cannot be excused. For all exams you must show a photo identification card. You will not be permitted to use a calculator nor have a cell phone on your desk. There will be three 50 min. multiple choice mid-term examinations (50% of the grade, 100 points each exam) on , , and The comprehensive final exam multiple choice (150 points) for the course will be administered on Monday, Dec 14 nd, 2015 from 8:00-10:00 a.m. Midterm Grading: You can calculate your midterm grade yourself at any time by dividing the points you earn 3

4 by the points possible up to that point in time. Multiply by 100 and compare to the grading scale. That s your midterm grade! Final Grading Grading Scale: A = % B- = 74 73% D+ = 59 57% A- = 86 85% C+ = 72 70% D = 56 52% B+ = 84 82% C = 69 63% D- = 51 50% B = 81 75% C- = 62 60% F = 49 0% COMMUNICATION GUIDELINES You are welcome to communicate with your Professor during office hours or by . I will attempt to respond to s within 24 h of receiving the . I receive multiple s I may send out a mass via Blackboard rather than reply directly to your queries. You will need to use your university account. You are encouraged to seek answers to your own questions on your own by asking classmates or using the discussion board in Blackboard. Technical problems related to Sapling Learning are best answered by Sapling Learning staff. Ask questions in Recitation or in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department Help Center before sending your queries to your Professor. Remember to be professional when sending and communicating electronically. STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Chemistry Help Center: There are several types of class help available for you. Make note of the instructor's office hours and use them. Also, the Chemistry Department has a Help Center located in Bowman Oddy Graduate Teaching Assistants are available throughout the day to assist you with your problems. The help center is usually staffed from 8am to 8pm Monday Thursday and 8am 4pm on Fridays. Recitation Course: A one-credit-hour Recitation course (CHEM 2430). Is offered this semester; it will meet at various times on Thursdays and will serve to supplement the learning in CHEM 2410 through group work and discussions. If you have any questions, please see Pamela Samples in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry office as soon as possible to sign up! Blackboard is a course management system provided by the University of Toledo. Lecture outlines and practice exam information will be available on this site. The system also permits you to check your grades at any time and to your instructor or other students in the class. The Blackboard site can be accessed https://blackboard.utdl.edu/. Your access code is your UTAD user name and password. Drop, Withdrawal and Incomplete Grades Course drop and withdrawal procedures have been set by the University faculty. Dropped courses do not appear on your transcript. The deadline for dropping is 09/07 /2015 (web). If you are in a course after that date, there will be a grade on your transcript (A-F, W, or Incomplete). You may withdraw from the course and receive a grade of W. The deadline for withdrawal is 10/10/2015. Check with the Registrar, the dates vary by the method of Dropping or Withdrawing. W s do not affect your GPA. For both dropping the course or withdrawing you should go to the Registrar's Office in Rocket Hall. You do not need your instructor s permission for either process. Please note that course registration changes might change your financial aid. 4

5 On two occasions during the term, instructors are asked to report student attendance. These reports can affect your financial aid, so you will want to be sure that you are in attendance for all classes. However, you will remain enrolled in the class independent of these reports. That is, you remain registered for the class and will receive a final grade unless you take the action of dropping (by 09/07 /2015 ) or withdrawing (by 10/10/2015). Note: If you drop or withdraw from CHEM 2410, you must also drop/withdraw from the lab course CHEM 2460 because you need to know the lecture material to be in lab. A course grade of Incomplete is given only to those who have completed all but a small percentage of course requirements for an acceptable reason. Incompletes are rarely given. COURSE SCHEDULE (TENTATIVE) The table below will give you a general idea of our pace throughout the course, it subject to change. Be sure to note announcements which may revise this schedule. BE SURE THAT YOUR TRAVEL AND EMPLOYMENT PLANS DO NOT CONFLICT WITH THIS SCHEDULE INCLUDING THE FINAL EXAM. Lect.# Dates Chapters Homework and Sapling Due dates 1 24-Aug Chapter Aug Chapter Aug Chapter Aug Chapter Sep Chapter 2 HW1 Due Sep Chapter Sep No Class: Labor Day 8 9-Sep Chapter Sep Chapter Sep Chapter 3 HW2 Due Sep Chapter Sep Chapter Sep Chapter 3 HW3 Due Sep Exam 1 Covers Chapters Sep Chapter Sep Chapter Sep Chapter Oct Chapter Oct No Class: Fall Break 20 7-Oct Chapter 5 HW4 Due

6 21 9-Oct Chapter Oct Chapter Oct Chapter Oct Chapter 6 HW5 Due Oct Chapter Oct Chapter Oct Chapter 6 HW6 Due Oct Exam 2 Covers Chapters Oct Chapter Oct Chapter Nov Chapter Nov Chapter 8 HW7 Due Nov Chapter Nov Chapter Nov No Class: Veterans Day Nov Chapter 9 HW8 Due Nov Chapter Nov Chapter Nov Chapter Nov Chapter 10 HW9 Due Nov No Class: Thanksgiving Nov No Class: Thanksgiving Nov Chapter Dec Chapter 10: HW10 Due Dec Exam 3 Covers Chapters Dec Chapter Dec Chapter Dec Chapter 11 HW11 Due Dec Final Exam Prof. Sucheck will be away. Substitute will fill in. Additional Homework Suggestions The following problems listed below are suggested end-of-chapter problems to attempt. You should be able to complete these problems if they appear on an in-class examinations. Problems may come in the form of closely related multiple choice questions. The solutions to these problems should appear in the study guide and 6

7 solutions manual for the textbook. Unit I: Chapters 1-3 Chapter 1 Remembering General Chemistry: Electronic Structure and Bonding 46-48, 51-53, 58-60, 62, 64, 65, 70, 71, 73 Chapter 2 Acids and Bases: Central to Understanding Organic Chemistry 47-52, 54, 55, 58, 60-62, 64-66, Tutorial Acids and Bases 1-14 Chapter 3 An Introduction to Organic Compounds 52, 55, 57, 58-62, 64, 67-70, 72 73, 75, Unit II: Chapters 4-6 Chapter 4 Isomers: The Arrangement of Atoms in Space 53-56, 58, 60, 62-64, 66, 67, 74, 75, 77, 82 Chapter 5 Alkenes: Structure, Nomenclature, and an Introduction to Reactivity 36, 37, 40-42, 44, 46-48, 50, 51, 53-55, Tutorial Pushing Electrons 1-10 Chapter 6 The Reactions of Alkenes 59-61, , 80, 81, 84-89, 92, 94-96, 99, 100, 105, 107 Unit III: Chapters 7-10 Chapter 7 The Reactions of Alkynes 27-30, 32, 37, 39-42, 44-47, 49, 50, 53, 57 Chapter 8 Delocalized Electrons and Their Effect of Stability, pka, and the Products of a Reaction 57-60, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 73, 76-79, 82, 83, 86-91, 93-96, 98, 99, 101, 104 Tutorial Drawing Resonance Contributors 1-12 Chapter 9 Substitution Reactions of Alkyl Halides 35-42, 45, 46, 48, 50, 53-56, 60, 61, 64, 65, 67, 68 Chapter 10 Elimination Reactions of Alkyl Halides 35-38, 40-43, 46, 47, 50, 52, 57, 58 Unit IV: Chapter 11 Chapter 11 Reactions of Alcohols, Ethers, Epoxides, Amines, and Thiols 48-50, 52-55, 59-61, 63, 64, 67, 72, 74, 75, 77-79, 81, 86, 88, 89 7

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