Official course description: Chemistry 325 is the second course of a two-semester sequence presenting a foundational introduction to the science of organic chemistry. In CHE 325 we will continue our discussion of the chemistry of carbon-based molecular systems, with an emphasis on the chemistry of the carbonoxygen and carbon-nitrogen bonds, reactions of organic compounds and structural analysis of organic systems. A primary focus of the course will be the manipulation of the carbonyl and related functional groups, the addition of skills for interpretation of spectroscopic data and mechanistic analysis and proficiency in the design of multi-step organic syntheses. We will apply the principles of organic chemistry to molecules and reactions of biological significance. An understanding of the fundamentals of chemical bonding, structure and reactivity is required for this course, and enrollment is limited to those who have successfully completed CHE 275 or an

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