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CHEM 322 - Organic Chemistry II

Instructors

Dr. Elizabeth J. O. Atkinson

Office: 115 Murdock
E-Mail: eatkins@linfield.edu 
Office Phone: 503 883 2621
Office Hours: M-F 10:40 to 11:40 or by appt.

Ms. Katie Sours (Lab Instructor)

Office:
112 Murdock
E-Mail: ksours@linfield.edu
Office Phone: 503 883 2739
Office Hours: Open door policy or by appt.

Course Materials

Lecture and Lab SCHEDULE/SYLLABUS

Condensed Lab Schedule

Lecture - Useful Handouts

Reaction Sheet

Retrosynthesis Method

IR Signatures

NMR Shifts

Summary of Resonance Rules

Nomenclature Summary

Old Exams

Exam 1

Exam 2

Exam 3


Laboratory

Experiments

Grignard Reaction

Friedel-Crafts Alkylation

Choice Experiments: Brief Descriptions of Each

Choice Experiment: Amide Synthesis

Choice Experiment: Aspirin Synthesis

Choice Experiment: Combinatorial Synthesis of Azo Dyes

Choice Experiment: Crossed Aldol Condensation

Choice Experiment: Diels-Alder Reaction

Synthesis of Penicillin Derivatives

Single Unknown

Double Unknown

Useful Handouts

Lab Assignments Spring 2015 - Pre-lab questions and lab report information

Pre-Lab Questions for Synthesis of Penicillin Derivatives

Extra Credit CHEM 322L 2015

Technique Sheets

Student Questions & Instructor Responses - Single and Double Unknown Analyses

Functional Group Tests for Classifying Organic Chemicals

Solid Derivative Synthesis Procedures

Recrystallization and Hot Filtration Lab Techniques

Common Organic Chemistry Lab Techniques 

How to Write a Strong Lab Report - General Rubric for Major and Minor Reports

Guidelines for Typing Lab Reports - Spring 2015

Guidelines for Report Sections Reminder

Introduction Section

Experimental Section

Results and Discussion Sections

Figure Guidelines

Table Guidelines

Required information for IR Spectra

Useful Links

ACS Reference Style

AIST Spectral Database System (for IR, MS, NMR Spectra Comparision)

NIST Chemistry WebBook (for IR, MS, NMR SpectraComparision)

MSDS (for chemicalhazards)

Sigma-Aldrich (for a chemical's MW, boiling range or melting range,density, etc.)