SYLLABUS

 CHEM 2543 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY, Summer 2017
May 15
June 30, 2017

 

LABORATORY TIME:    

 

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 08:00 - 10:50 AM  SSB 226

Section 3

Tuesday 12:00 PM - 01:50 PM  SSB 226

 

INSTRUCTORS:


Dr. Peter Grundt, Office: Chemistry 319, Phone: 726-6939
e-mail: pgrundt@d.umn.edu

Dr. Viktor Zhdankin, Office: Chemistry 341, Phone: 726-6902
e-mail: vzhdanki@d.umn.edu

Office hours: M, W, F 10:10 to 11 am (after lecture) or by appointment.
Note: There may be no office hours after lecture if an exam or a quiz was scheduled on the same day.

 

TEACHING ASSISTANT:


Tanner Schumacher
e-mail: schum490@d.umn.edu

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

CHEM 2543 (Organic Chemistry I Laboratory) is the first semester Organic Chemistry laboratory course.

 

LABORATORY MATERIALS:

Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments 5th Edition or 6th Edition by Williamson/ Minard/ Masters
Safety Goggles
Bound Laboratory Book (Composition type)

 

PREREQUISITES: CHEM 1152 or CHEM 1162 or CHEM 1155 and CHEM 1156

 

SCHEDULE OF EXPERIMENTS:

 

05/25/17        Check-in, Safety video, Chapters 1&2  AND Molecular Shapes - Supplementary Handout 

05/30/17        Crystallization, Chapter 4 AND Melting Points and Boiling Points, Chapter 3

06/01/17        Sublimation, Chapter 6

06/06/17        Distillation, Simple and Fractionation (Macroscale), Chapter 5

06/08/17        Extraction of caffeine from coffee, Chapter 7

06/13/17        Column Chromatography: Acetyl Ferrocene (Experiment 9.4), Chapter 9 AND Thin Layer Chromatography: Analysis of Analgesics and Isolation of Lycopene from Tomato Paste Paste – Chapter 8 (Experiment 8.2)

06/15/17        Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions of Alkyl Halides, Chapter 17

06/20/17        Reactions of Triphenylmethyl Carbocation: Trityl Methyl Ether (Experiment 33.1, Microscale) and Trityl Bromide  Chapter 33 (Experiment 33.2)

06/22/17 and 06/27/17       Chapter 19 & 20. Bromination of Cholesterol (Experiment 20.1AND Alkenes from Alcohols: Preparation of Cyclohexene from Cyclohexanol (Experiment 19.2, Macroscale).

06/29/17        Check Out

 

 

GRADING:

12 Experiments

120 points (12x10 pts)

8 5-Minute Quizzes

  32 points (8x4 pts)

TA Assessment

  18 points

Total:

170 points

 

 

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