CHEM 281/3.0 introduces students to the basic principles of organic chemistry with emphasis on bonding, stereochemistry, reaction intermediates and reaction mechanisms, and structure-reactivity correlations. The online laboratory introduces basic experimental techniques and illustrates properties of organic compounds in a virtual laboratory setting.

CHEM 281/3.0 has a significant level of interaction with the instructor and TA's to help students master the course material.

This course is intended primarily for students in biological and life sciences, and for those considering pursuing careers in the health sciences/medical sector.

This course may be used by Queen's students towards the degree requirements of programs in the biological and life sciences. Queen's students taking programs in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering/engineering chemistry should not enroll in this course. Students from other institutions pursuing chemistry, biochemistry or similar programs should check with their home institution regarding the suitability of this course towards their degree programs.

PREREQUISITE CHEM 112/6.0 or CHEM 116/6.0.
EXCLUSIONS CHEM 211/3.0, CHEM 212/3.0, CHEM 280/6.0.

Chemistry 282/3.0 continues the material covered in Chemistry 281/3.0 by introducing more advanced topics of relevance to the biological and life sciences. Topics include organic molecules and their reactions; the organic chemistry of biological systems; illustrations using biomolecules such as carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins, lipids, and amino acids and peptide. The online laboratory affords experience in the theory of elementary organic syntheses.

CHEM 282/3.0 has a significant level of interaction with the instructor and TAs in order to help students master the course material.

This course is intended primarily for students in biological and life sciences, and for those considering pursuing careers in the health sciences/medical sector. This course may be used by Queen's students towards the degree requirements of programs in the biological and life sciences. Queen's students taking programs in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering/engineering chemistry should not enroll in this course. Students from other institutions pursuing chemistry, biochemistry or similar programs should check with their home institution regarding the suitability of this course towards their degree programs.

PREREQUISITE CHEM 281/3.0.
EXCLUSIONS CHEM 223/3.0, CHEM 280/6.0.