Organometallic Chemistry involves studying the principles and applications of organometallic chemistry with emphasis on compounds of the transition metals, lanthanides and actinides. A study of synthetic methods, structure, bonding, reactions and applications of these concepts to organic synthesis and to catalysis.
This course is cross-listed with Chem 6210.
Chem 3211 is a prerequisite.
Instructor: Dr. Chris Kozak - email@example.com Office: C2018
Texts for this course: “Organometallic chemistry” 3rd or 2nd edition. Spessard, Gary O. and Miessler, Gary
Class times: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 to 9:50 am Remote/Online