Instructor:      Dr. B. I. Naddy

Office No.:      Warf 232

Office Hours: Posted on Office Door

Classroom:     W-104, Lab in W 209

Phone:             540-2713

                        540-2515 Information on college closings and cancellation of classes due to weather.



Class Time:    Lecture: 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.  TR

                        Lab:       2:30 - 5:30 p.m.  Tuesday

Semester:       Spring 2009


Textbook:       None

Lab Manual:  Sheets will be provided for all experiments.

Credit:            4 hours (3 hours lecture - 3 hours lab per week)

Prerequisite:   Chemistry 2010

Other Required

Materials:                           Students are required to bring soap, sponge, lab apron, goggles and a towel.  Students should adhere to safety regulations in the laboratory.  Students must be familiar with MSDS.



Course Description:


            The study of arenes, ethers, spectroscopy, aldehydes, and ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, condensation reactions, amines, phenols, fats, carbohydrates, amino acids, and proteins.


Course Requirements and Policies


1.      Students are expected to attend all lecture and laboratory periods on time. Tardiness is not permitted two absences may result in grade penalty.  Four tardiness may result in grade penalty.

2.      Two hour exams (100 points each) will be given during the semester, and a 200 point comprehensive final exam will be given at the end of the semester.  The final exam will be given on Tuesday, May 5, at 12:00 -1:50 p.m. in W -104.    

3.      Laboratory reports are due at the scheduled time.  Laboratory work and reports constitute 100 points.

4.      Make-up exams will be given according to the policy of the college.

5.      Students should be able to fulfill the educational course objectives given at the beginning of each unit.

6.      Regarding for exams will be announced when the exams are returned.  Any grade errors should be brought to my attention and adjustments will be made as needed.

7.      Students are expected to read CSCC catalog,  “Classroom Behavior” and “Change of Registration” and “Withdrawal”.  The last day to drop this class or to withdrawal from it without failing is April 1, 2009.

8.      Students can seek help during lecture, laboratory periods, during posted office hours, or by appointments.

9.     Plagiarism and/or cheating will NOT be tolerated.  Any student caught cheating may be given an “F” for the course.

10.  EXPECT a pop quiz every lecture over topics covered during the previous lecture.

Text Box: A =  100 – 90
B =    89 – 80
C =    79 – 70
D =    69 – 60
F  = Below 60



Grading Policy:


Methods of Instruction:


            The basic method of instruction is lecture supplemented by power point presentation and webpage.


Dates to Remember:


March 9-14                 Spring Break

April 1                         Last Day to Drop or Withdraw without failing

May 4-9                      Final Exams


 Course Content


First and Second Weeks                   Discuss Final Exam of Organic I and aromaticity


Third and Fourth Weeks                   Arenes, organometallic compounds


Fifth, Sixth Weeks                             Ethers, cyclic ethers, reactions of expoxides, and 1st hour exam


Seventh and Eighth Weeks               Return and discuss 1st hour exam and Aldehydes


Ninth and Tenth Weeks                    Aldehydes, ketones and enols 2nd hour exam


Eleventh and Twelfth Weeks            Return and discuss 2nd hour exam, carboxylic acids


                                                            Carboxylic acid derivates, esters aryl halides and phenols


Thirteenth and Fourteenth Weeks   Carbohydrates, proteins and lipids       



Fifteenth Week                                  Final Exam






                              Organic Chemistry II Lab Schedule


January 20                         Check-in

                                            Safety features in lab


January 27                          Alcohol by fermentation


February 3                           Esterification of acetic acid  


February 10 -17                  Acetylsalicylic acid                 


February 24                         Bromination of phenol


March 3                               Para red


March 24                             Sodium-p-toluensulfonate


March 31-April 7-14          1,3-dimethyl-5-t butyl benzene



April 21-28                          Hydrolysis of nylon and check out



In case of an emergency, students are to follow the directions of the instructor.




Grades are not mailed to students. You must access grades through Web for Students ( five (5) working days after grades are required in Admissions.  Students needing official copies of grades must request it in writing from the Office of Admissions and Records. Call the transcript information line at 931/540-2550 for detailed instructions.  Students may print a copy of their grades from Web for Students.


           *In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, students are encouraged to register with the office of Counseling/Disability Services for possible assistance with accommodations.  It is the student’s responsibility to voluntarily and confidentially provide appropriate documentation regarding the nature and extent of a disability.  Students requesting special accommodations are (strongly) encouraged to contact the office of Counseling/Disability Services at the beginning of the semester.