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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 30A LEC 1

UCLA Fall 2014


Professor:
Office:
Office hours:
Lectures:
Assistant:
Instructional:
Materials:

Dr. Patrick Harran


5505A Molecular Sciences Building
harran@chem.ucla.edu
Please send all chemistry and general course questions to CCLE
T 10:00 11:00 am
TH 3:30 pm 4:30 pm
MSB 5505 MSB
MWF 12.00-12.50 pm
CS76 Young Hall
David Imai
imai@chem.ucla.edu
Brown, Foote, Iverson, Anslyn, Organic Chemistry, 7th Ed., Brooks/Cole, 2013
B. Iverson, S. Iverson, Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual, Brooks/Cole.
D. P. Weeks, Pushing Electrons, Brooks/Cole
Molecular Model Kit
UCLA CCLE: https://ccle.ucla.edu
Lecture Notes: UCLA Store provides Lecture Notes. No royalties are charged.
Podcast: www.bruincast.ucla.edu
Direct questions to: bruincasthelp@ucla.edu

Teaching Assistants: Rocky Chiang rocky@chem.ucla.edu

OH: Wed. 10:00 12:00 pm

Brice Curtin curtin@chem.ucla.edu

OH: Tue. 1:00 pm 2:00 pm


Thu. 11:00 am 12:00 pm

Caitlin Decker cdecker@chem.ucla.edu

OH: Fri 1:00 pm 3:00 pm

** ALL TA OH at 3114 Mol Sci **


Discussion Sections: Each student should attend the discussion section in which they are enrolled. Quizzes
will be given, but scores will not be directly added to the course total. Instead, they
may be used to raise course grades in borderline cases.
Grading:

Two midterm exams


Discussion and Participation
Comprehensive Final Exam

200
40
200
Total points 440
Letter grades are not assigned for individual exams. There are no make-up exams or
exams administered at times other than scheduled for the entire class. Incomplete
given only for C grade or better and emergency excuse for missing final.
Cheating is not tolerated. The Dean of Students handles all cases of cheating.

Special Notice:

This class is impacted so it may not be dropped after the second week of a term for
other than extenuating circumstances.
Topics to be covered
Covalent Bonding and Shapes of Molecules
Alkanes and Cycloalkanes
Stereoisomerism and Chirality
Acids and Bases
Alkenes, Reactions of Alkenes
Alkynes
Haloalkanes, Halogenation, and Radical Reactions
Nucleophilic Substitution and -Elimination

NOTES:

Book Chapters
1
2
3
4
5, 6
7
8
9

Additional recommendations for reading, problems, and exercises will be made during
lectures. Material from General Chemistry is assumed to be common knowledge. Exam
questions will be derived from assigned reading, problems and (especially) lectures.

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 30A FALL 2014 CALENDAR


MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

06
Chapter 1

08
Chapter 1

13
Chapter 2

15
Chapter 2

17
Chapter 3
Study List deadline

20
Chapter 3

22
Chapter 3

24
Chapter 4

27
Chapter 4

29
Chapter 4

31
EXAM I

03
Chapter 5

05
Chapter 5

07
Chapter 5

10
Chapter 6

12
Chapter 6

14
Chapter 6

17
Chapter 7

19
Chapter 7

21
Chapter 7

24
Chapter 8

26
Chapter 8

01
Chapter 8

03
Chapter 9

28
Thanksgiving
Holiday
05
EXAM II

08
Chapter 9

10
Chapter 9

12
Instruction ends
Chapter 9

15
Finals

17
Finals

19
Finals
Quarter ends

October

November

December

FRIDAY
03
Quarter begins
Instruction begins
Chapter 1
10
Chapter 2

FINAL EXAM: Tuesday, December 16, 2014, 11:30am -2:30pm

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 30A FALL 2014 WEEKLY CALENDAR


MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

9:00
a.m.

DIS 1C
MS 5225
Rocky Chiang

DIS 1D
BOTANY 133
Rocky Chiang

10:00
a.m.

Harran OH
5505 Mol Sci

Rocky Chiang
OH 3114 Mol Sci

11:00
a.m.

Rocky Chiang
OH 3114 Mol Sci
Lecture
CS 24

1:00
p.m.

DIS 1A
BOTANY 133
Caitlin Decker

2:00
p.m.

DIS 1B
ROLFE 3135
Brice Curtin

3:00
p.m.
4:00
p.m.
5:00
p.m.

FRIDAY

DIS 1F
MS 5233
Caitlin Decker

8:00
a.m.

12:00
p.m.

THURSDAY

DIS 1G
BOELTER 5420
Caitlin Decker

DIS 1H
HAINES A25
Rocky Chiang

Brice Curtin
OH 3114 Mol Sci

Lecture
CS 24

Lecture
CS 24
DIS 1I
BOELTER 4413
Brice Curtin

Brice Curtin
OH 3114 Mol Sci

Caitlin Decker
OH 3114 Mol Sci
DIS 1E
BUNCHE 3117
Brice Curtin

Caitlin Decker
OH 3114 Mol Sci
3:30 PM
Harran OH
5505 Mol Sci

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 30A-1


Practice Problem Assignments 7th Edition

This class will generally cover all sections of each chapter. Sections of chapters that will not be
covered in depth will be noted in lecture. The following lists of problems are those deemed most
interesting by the professor. Ideally, you should read all of each chapter and do all of the
problems!
Chapter 1

Problems: 3,5,6,8,11,3,15,17,18,29,30,35,41,45,48,52,53,56,60,64,73,75.

Chapter 2

Problems: 3,4,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,14,17,19,22,26,27,29,30,32,37,44,45,47,50,56,58,63,64.

Chapter 3

Problems: 1,3,4,5,6,8, 9,10,16,21,22,23,27,30,31.

Chapter 4

Problems: 2,3,4,6, 10,13,15,16,17,20,22,26,27,27,28,31,33,35,36,38,41,46,48,49,54.

Chapter 5

Problems: 2,5,6,8,11,14,16,19,24,33,34.

Chapter 6

Problems: 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,12,14,15,16,18,21,24,25,27,29,33,34,36,39,44,46,47.

Chapter 7

Problems: 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,20-25.

Chapter 8

Problems: 1,2 (and calculate ratios), 3,4,5,7,14,15,16,18,23,25,28.

Chapter 9

Problems: 1-9,11-15,17,18,20,22,25,28,32,34,37,38,39,43,44,45,47,49,51,54,55,56,57,59.

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS

Attend all lectures


Lecture material is very important for this class.
Attend assigned discussion sections.
Read all assigned readings.
Work through all assigned problems.
Learn all new material when it is presented.
Study daily.
Do not get behind in studying.
Review class material weekly.
Do not leave learning new material until immediately before an exam.
The best way to learn is by repetitive problem solving and observing common themes.
One way to find out if you KNOW the material is to explain it to someone else.
Material for this class, and the Organic Chemistry series, is cumulative.