Organic Chemistry I

Instructor: Professor Ray Fort, Jr.

Office: 252 Aubert Hall

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 1-2 PM; and any other time I'm in my office


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Course Basics
Course Syllabus Goals Problem Assignments
How to Study Time Management Study Aids
Tips for Taking the Tests My Schedule  

Saxitoxin, the poison produced by "red tide" algae.

It blocks sodium ion channels in nerve cells.

Review General Chemistry
Lewis Structures Bronsted-Lowery Acid Base Theory Quantum Numbers and Atomic Orbitals
  Hybrid Orbitals  
Fall 2009 Exams Fall 2012 Exams Fall 2013 Exams
  Fall 2014 Exams  

Tetrodotoxin, the poison in the Japanese puffer fish, which is prized by gourmets.

It has the same mode of action as saxitoxin.

Classroom Graphics and Exercises
Chapters 1-3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5
Chapter 13 Chapter 6 Chapter 7
Chapter 8 Chapter 14 Chapter 9
Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Review
Special Topics
Enzymes and Stereochemistry   Terpenes and the Biosynthesis of Cholesterol

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