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CEM 222: Organic Chemistry II

This course continues the exploration of nomenclature, stereochemistry, preparations, and reactions of organic and biological compounds. Students will apply these techniques to the synthesis and spectroscopic analysis of complex organic compounds. Laboratory work includes hands-on spectroscopic analysis of various organic compounds.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CEM 122 and CEM 211, minimum grade "C"

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