Organic Mechanism and Synthesis

Chemistry and Biochemistry 325

Usual Description

This second course in organic chemistry will systematically explore reactions of carbon-containing compounds and the mechanistic pathways involved in these processes. Reactions and topics that will be discussed include functional group transformations, oxidations, reductions, cycloadditions, stereospecific reactions and carbon-carbon bond formation. Strategies will be presented for the design of multi-step organic syntheses.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Albert Matlin
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Albert Matlin
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Albert Matlin
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Chelsea Martinez
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Albert Matlin
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Albert Matlin
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325
Chemistry and Biochemistry 325 Taught by Michael Nee