Liberal Arts > Chemistry

General Information

  • Name: Organic Chemistry for Life Sciences Laboratory I
  • Division: Liberal Arts
  • Discipline: Chemistry
  • Units (Credits): 1.00

I. Catalog Course Description

Prerequisites: CHEM122 ; Corequisites: CHEM241

Introduces the chemistry of carbon compounds; functional groups; relationships among molecular structure, properties and reactivity and biological relevance. For life and environmental sciences majors. Three hours laboratory.

II: Course Objectives

CHEM 241L, Organic Chemistry Laboratory for Life Sciences I, is the first semester of a one-year laboratory sequence in organic chemistry. Introduces the organic chemistry techniques relevant to lab study such as isolation, characterization, purification, and synthesis of organic compounds, with an introduction to uv-vis and ir spectroscopy . For life and environmental sciences majors. Three hours laboratory per week.

Upon successful completion of CHEM 241L, students will understand laboratory practices and techniques related to principles of organic compounds.

III: Course Linkage

A.S. Chemistry emphasis Program Mission:

CHEM 241L is a recommended elective course for the A.S. Chemistry emphasis degree program and satisfies the program mission to prepare students for baccalaureate programs in the science, health, teaching, and engineering fields, or the work force in chemistry-related industries.

A. S. Chemistry emphasis Program Student Learning Outcomes:

Students who successfully complete CHEM 241L will satisfy the A.S. Chemistry emphasis program outcome of having the ability to design and conduct laboratory experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

Scheduled CHEM-241L classes:

Fall 2019

There are currently no CHEM-241L classes scheduled for this term.