Topics include: the reactions and properties of conjugated unsaturated compounds and aromatic compounds; the derivatives of benzene; aldehydes and ketones; and carboxylic acids and their derivatives – dicarbonyl compounds, amines, phenols, and aryl halides. In addition, the properties and mechanisms of electrophilic aromatic substitutions, and nucleophilic additions and substitutions involving carbonyl and acyl compounds are discussed. Three-hour lecture. Prerequisites: CHM 26202 and CHM 26303.
Offered Spring for 3 Semester hours.