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Organic Chemistry @ Saint Leo University

Web Site Creator: Dr. Jerome K. Williams, PhD
Associate Professor of Chemistry

Welcome to the organic chemistry experience at Saint Leo University.

This site is intended to help not only students who are taking organic chemistry, but anyone who wishes to comprehend how our chemical world works. Before you leave this course you will gain a deeper appreciation of the interdisciplinary nature of science and the central role that organic chemistry plays in your future careers (e.g., biology, biochemistry, medicine, pharmacy, nursing, environmental science, etc.). To achieve this goal, however, takes feedback from you.

Questions, comments, and suggestions for improving the site are always welcome. Either stop by my office in Lewis Hall Math & Science Building Room 310 or send me an E-mail. My E-mail address is as follows: .

Please refer to the table below and make your selection by clicking on the link for your lecture course, laboratory  program or other chemistry resource.


Organic Chemistry @ Saint Leo University

Lecture CoursesLaboratory Courses

Dr. Williams' Handouts

CHE 311 Organic Chemistry ICHE 311L Organic Chemistry I LabSuggestions for Mastering Organic Chemistry
CHE 312 Organic Chemistry IICHE 312L Organic Chemistry II LabLewis Structures: A Review

Laboratory Safety Agreement

Polar vs. Nonpolar Molecules
  Acid-Base Strengths

The Chemist's Toolbox 

Homework Problems

Chemistry Databases

Periodic Table: The Chemist's Guide

CHE 311 Suggested Problems

Martindale's Virtual Chemistry Center

Search Engines: How do I find ...

CHE 312 Suggested Problems

WWW Virtual Library: Chemistry


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