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Gregory Phelan
Van Hoesen Hall, Room 219-2
Phone: 607-753-4323
Fax: 607-753-5928

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CHE 306 - Problem-Solving in Organic Chemistry II

Methods of solving problems in organic chemistry, including the relationship of structure to reactivity, organic mechanism, controlling stereochemistry and synthesis. Emphasis on chemistry of alkenes and alkynes, substitution and elimination reactions, aromatic substitution and the synthesis of carbon skeletons. S, U grades assigned. Recommended for students enrolled in CHE 302. Cannot be applied toward the chemistry minor.

Prerequisite: CHE 301.

(1 cr. hr.)

Frequency code S = offered in spring
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.