Second semester of a two-semester course designed to illustrate how the fundamental principles, basic classes of compounds and common reactions in organic chemistry relate to biological systems. Other classes of compounds like carboxylic acids, amines, aldehydes and ketones are introduced. Special emphasis is placed on major classes of compounds found in living systems (Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids, Proteins, and Lipids for example). Prerequisite: CHEM 205. The course consists of three 1-hour lecture periods per week (3 credits). A one-credit laboratory class ( CHEM 308) is also required in order to complete the degree requirements for organic chemistry.
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