Organic Chemistry II OpenCourseWare: A Free Bachelor Level Organic Chemistry Class by MIT

Published Feb 03, 2009

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MIT currently offers a free, online OpenCourseWare of 'Organic Chemistry II.' If you've mastered the materials in 'Organic Chemistry I' then you're ready to move on to the more advanced topics in this undergraduate-level class. Learn more about classifying and identifying organic compounds, as well as their practical applications.

Organic Chemistry II: Course Specifics

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Organic Chemistry II: Course Description

For students who are familiar with the basics of Organic Chemistry, 'Organic Chemistry II' offers an intermediate examination of the way in which organic molecules are identified and classified. Several related topics are covered, including spectrometry and spectroscopy. Also included in this course is an investigation of the synthesis of organic compounds and organic stereochemistry. Taught at MIT by Professor Timothy F. Jamison and Dr. Sarah Tabacco, the biological and medicinal applications of organic compounds are also emphasized in the class, providing students with a practical context for their studies. This undergraduate-level course forms part of the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry degree program and is offered through the Department of Chemistry.

Complete lecture notes as well as a list of suggested reading are included with this OpenCourseWare class. Also available for download are exams from previous classes, with solutions, problem sets and suggested readings. If you're interested in this free course, visit the chemistry course page.

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