Chemistry 203: Organic Chemistry I covers the properties, preparations, and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols, epoxides, and organometallics, mechanisms of reactions, and stereochemistry. This course page contains sample course syllabi for fall and spring semesters, as well as for the lab that an be taken concurrently, and posters presented by students at the Natural Sciences Poster Session, which takes place in the fall and spring.

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Course Materials

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Chemistry 203 Organic Chemistry I Fall 2015, Laura B. Sonnichsen

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Chemistry 203 Organic Chemistry I Spring 2015, Laura B. Sonnichsen

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Chemistry 204 Organic Chemistry I Lab Fall 2015, Laura B. Sonnichsen

Posters

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Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin: Captured for Life by Chemistry and Crystals, Andrea L. Rice

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Emil Fischer and His Work on Biological Molecules, Molly Berger

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Gertrude B. Elion, Kelli N. Brost

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Hideki Shirakawa: Synthesized Counductive Polymers, Erika Rosenberger

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Linus Pauling: Scientist of the 20th Century, Laura Ward

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Richard Smalley and the Materials of Tomorrow: The Discovery and Science of Fullerenes, Creighton A. Jackson

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Robert Burns Woodward, Cody J. Reeley

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Samuel J. Danishetsky and the Synthesis of Globo-H Antigen, Chelsey Jones

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Synthesis and Uses of Polycarbonate, Hai Bui

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The Many Pharmaceutical Discoveries of Gertrude B. Elion, Alayna Bonse

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The Scientific Contributions of Donald J. Cram, Leiah Carney

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Vladimir Prelog and His Contribution to Stereochemistry, Kevin Jiang