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CHEM.2230 Organic Chemistry IIB (Formerly 84.223)

Id: 007657 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


The course covers the chemical and mechanistic principles of organic reactions utilized in biological systems. Spectroscopy, organic reactions and related mechanisms of bio-molecules or small molecules in biological systems will be discussed from a functional group perspective. Multiple examples from medicinal chemistry, chemical biology and biochemistry will be used to illustrate the concepts. Knowledge of organic mechanistic arrow-pushing formalism is required.


Pre-Reqs: CHEM 2210 Org Chemistry I, and CHEM 2290L Organic Chemistry Laboratory IB ; Co-Req: CHEM 2300L Organic Chemistry Lab IIB, and Biology Majors Only.

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