Lab Text: J. R. Mohrig, D. G. Alberg,
G. E. Hofmeister, P. F. Schatz, and C. N.
Hammond, Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 4th edition
Lab Manual: S. W. Slayden, R. J. Roth, and W. M. Stalick, Laboratory Manual: Organic Chemistry
315, 318 (2017).
Lecture Text: T. W. G. Solomons, C.
B. Fryhle, and S. A. Snyder, Organic Chemistry,
12th edition (2016).
Videos: Most viewing assignments can be found at
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CHEM 313 lecture is a pre- or
co-requisite for CHEM 315 lab. If you previously took CHEM 313, you must have
earned at least a C to use it as a pre-requisite for Chem 315. If
you drop or withdraw from CHEM 313, you must also drop/withdraw from CHEM
Add, drop, and selective withdrawal deadlines can be found at http://registrar.gmu.edu.
Policies for Chem 315 (grading, safety,
notebook format, etc.) appear in the Lab Manual on pages 1-20 and on the
CHEM 315 BlackBoard site.
It is the responsibility of all students
to be familiar with and adhere to the GMU Honor Code.
Schedule due to Jan. 29-30 class cancellations: The experiments will not be skipped, doubled up, or rescheduled at this time. The Tues. sections and the Wed. morning section will perform the Melting Point experiment (as will all other sections according to their regular schedule).
There may be some rescheduling of lab work later in the semester. Please watch for announcements in this space and on Bb.