Structure & Reactivity in Organic, Biological and Inorganic Chemistry

 

Part I:  Chemical Structure and Properties

Chem 125: Atoms, Compounds, Molecules, Intermolecular Attractions, Structure-Property Relationships

Part II:  Practical Aspects of Structure: Purification and Spectroscopy

Chem 201-203: Infrared, NMR, Mass Spectrometry, Laboratory Techniques

Part III:  Reactivity in Organic, Biological and Inorganic Chemistry 1

Chem 250: Thermodynamics, Ligand Binding in Coordination Chemistry, Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds in Organic and Biological Chemistry, Reactions of Coordinated Carbonyls

Part IV:  Reactivity in Organic, Biological and Inorganic Chemistry 2

Chem 251: Kinetics, Substitution Reactions in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, Addition and Elimination Reactions Involving Alkenes and Aromatics

Part V:  Reactivity in Organic, Biological and Inorganic Chemistry 3

Chem 315: Redox Reactions, Radical Reactions, Photochemistry, Pericyclic Reactions

 

Useful Appendices

Appendix: Useful Data in Chemistry

periodic tables, amino acids, reduction potentials

Appendix: Organic Structural Features & Functional Groups

recognize common groups in organic chemistry

Appendix: "Road Map" Practice Problems in Organic Chemistry

practice recognizing reactions in different contexts

Glossary

definitions of terms


Supporting Materials from Academic Pub (Hard Copy)

Supporting Materials for Structure & Reactivity Courses

Workbooks for in-class use during Structure & Reactivity courses

 

Useful Links

External links to other sites.

General chemistry, organic chemistry, chemistry interest etc.

 

 

This site is written and maintained by Chris P. Schaller, Ph.D., College of Saint Benedict / Saint John's University (with contributions from other authors as noted).  It is freely available for educational use.

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Acknowledgements

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1043566.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

 

Editorial comments and corrections were contributed by:

Kate Graham (CSB/SJU), Ed McIntee (CSB/SJU), Brian Johnson (CSB/SJU), Brad DeLeeuw, Neil Tomson (Los Alamos), Chelsi Webster.

 

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