Support Provided by:

     

Professor Phil Baran
email: pbaran@scripps.edu
website

TAs:
Jeremy Richter, BCC-169, 784-7371
email: jrichter@scripps.edu

Benjamin Hafensteiner , BCC-169, 784-7371
email: benhaf@scripps.edu

Texts:
Joule and Mills, "Heterocyclic Chemistry"
Li, "Name Reactions in Heterocyclic Chemistry"

Time: M/W/F 8:15-9:45 am, T/Th 10:00 - 11:30 am
Location: Beckman Lecture Hall (BCC-1)

2007

   
  • Grades: Midterm (35%), Final (35%), Problem Set/Project (30%)
    Examples:
  • Midterm and Final are open note exams, 2 hours
    Definition of "open notes": Only handwritten notes (from lectures and any other source), no copies allowed. Lecture summaries are the only handouts permitted during test.
  • Heterocycles in Medicine Project 2-4 Page graphical summary (Chemdraw) of one or more related papers (from J. Med. Chem. or Org. Proc. Res. Dev. only) which feature mechanistically interesting/novel transformations in heterocyclic chemistry.
    (Examples: example 1, example 2, example 3, and example4)