**CHEM 204: Organic Chemistry II**

**Syllabus------Spring 2005**

**Lecture :Capwell 114 ** Tues., Thurs., 11:00a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

**Lab:** Capwell 318 Wed., **
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**Professor**: Dr.

**Office**: 305 Capwell Hall

**Phone**: 570-945-8413

**E-mail**: joe.falcone@keystone.edu

**Web** :
http://academic.keystone.edu

**Office Hours**: Mon-Fri. 9 a.m, Thurs.
1:30p.m., and by appointment.

The text for this course is **Organic**
**Chemistry an 3 ^{rd} ed. **,
Brown and Foote, Brooks/Cole Publishing. It is available at the bookstore.
There will be homework problems in this class which will be at times
collected. The student is expected to read the textbook,then solve as
many problems as possible and raise questions. There will be

**Course
Outline**

__Topic Chapter__

Alkynes 10

Nucleophilic substitution 8

Alcohols and Thiols 9

Ethers, Sufides and Epoxides 11

Aldehydes and Ketones 16

Carboxylic Acids and Deriviatives 17&18

Enolate Anions 19

Benzene and Derivatives 20

Reactions of Benzene and Derivatives 21

Carbohydrates 25

Lipids 26

Nucleic Acids and Amino Acids 27&28

__Calculation of Grades__

**Final numerical grade = (0.14 x Exam1 + 0.14 x Exam 2 +
0.14 x Exam 3 + 0.14 x Exam 4 + 0.19x homework and lab work) + 0.25 x Final
Exam**

**Letter grades translate as follows:**

**A 95-100%, A- 89-94.9% B+ 86-88.9%, B 80-85.9%**

**B- 77-79.9% C+ 75-76.9% C 70-74.9% C- 65-69.9%**

**D 60-64.9% F <59% or academic dishonesty**