Chemistry 3 (CHE4213.01)

Amber Hancock

Chemistry 3 focuses on why chemical reactions happen, what the steps are, how we discover them, and how we use this to look at practical problems such as the synthesis of drugs, or the kinetics of atmospheric reactions. Emphasis will be on mastering general principles of chemistry such as nucleophiles and electrophiles, molecular orbital concepts, thermodynamics and kinetics in order to guide an understanding of specific reactions. The latest research will be used to relate the chemical concepts to current applications. Students will read, present and discuss research articles to demonstrate the ability to apply the chemical ideas to new situations.

Corequisites: Chem 3 lab

Prerequisites: Chem 1 w/lab, Chem 2 w/lab
Credits: 4
M/Th 10:00-11:50; T 2:10-5:50 (Lab)
Maximum Enrollment: 20
Course Frequency: Once a year
This course is categorized as All courses, Chemistry, Environment.