Introduction to organic spectroscopy; aromatic compounds; carbonyl compounds; carboxylic acids and derivatives; amines; phenols; aryl halides; b-dicarbonyl compounds.
Chemistry of biologically important organic compounds: carbohydrates; lipids; amino acids and proteins; nucleic acids
Named reactions in organic Chemistry
Measurements and significant figures, chemical reactions; stoichiometry; the gaseous state; thermochemistry; electronic structure and periodicity; chemical bonding; molecular shapes; states of matter and intermolecular forces.
Alkanes and cycloakanes; alkenes and alkynes. stereochemistry; common organic reactions: substitution, addition, elimination; alcohols; ethers; conjugated systems.
Hydrocarbons, alkanes, cycloakanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatic compounds, stereochemistry, halides, alcohols, phenols, ethers, amines, carbonyl compounds and carboxylic acids.
The course covers basic techniques used in the identification, purification and separation of organic compounds: melting point determination, distillation, crystallization, extraction, chromatography; simple preparative experiments; qualitative tests for selected classes of organic compounds.
The course involves separation, purification of and identification organic compounds through their physical properties: melting point, distillation, crystallization, extraction, and chromatography. Synthesis of simple organic compounds. Identification of basic functional groups through test tube reactions.
The course includes experiments dealing with the following topics: safety and laboratory rules; chemical observations; stoichiometry; volumetric analysis; oxidation and reduction; colligative properties; thermochemistry, chemical kinetics; equilibrium; electrochemistry; thermodynamics
Multistep syntheses; classification tests for functional groups; identification of unknown organic compounds by physical, chemical and spectroscopic techniques, and by the preparation of derivatives. The course also includes a series of lectures related to the theoretical aspects of the experimental part.