Chem 3650 Organic II Lab Lecture Summer 2013 Instructor: Victoria Dougherty M.S.
Victoria Dougherty M.S. Office: BSE 1.340 Phone: 458-5473 (I do not have voicemail) Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday: noon – 1:00 pm (or by appointment) Monday and Wednesday: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (put Chem 3650 in subject) Lab instructors and sections: Lab instructors Email (put Chem 3652 in subject) Section(s) Times
Marilyn Wooten PhD. email@example.com 01T 7:30–11:20 am T/R Ray Still M.S. Raymond.firstname.lastname@example.org 02T 6:30 10:20 pm T/R *If you miss a lab you must email me and your lab instructor ASAP. You will have one week to make up the lab and it must be made up in one of the sections listed above. Prerequisites: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in CHE 3643. Course Outline: Simple and multistep synthesis of organic compounds. Text: There is NO text for this lab. Experimental procedures can be found on Blackboard Learn. http://learn.utsa.edu/ Lab notebooks: Instructor's discretion Grades: 60% lab reports 20% Midterm exam 20% Final exam o Exams will be over lab and lecture material. You may use your lab reports during the midterm and final Format of prelab: 1. Title of experiment 2. Abstract A short description of the experiment 3. Include reactions (with mechanism) if applicable. 4. Structures of reactants and products. (only organic compounds) http://www.sigmaaldrich.com Wikipedia also has information on chemical compounds but it is community maintained, so double check the information. 5. Table of physical constants for all chemicals (this includes products) Amount to be used, melting point, boiling point, MW, and density. o http://www.sigmaaldrich.com 6. Hazards of all chemical used in lab. (must be complete or you will be sent out)
http://hazard.com/msds/ http://www.sigmaaldrich.com o *Most of the time typing the name of the compound and “MSDS” into Google will work. ie: “Hexane MSDS” 7. A...
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