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[ 663ORCHIOCK16 ] KV In-depth fundamentals of Preparative Organic Chemistry for Biological Chemistry

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1,5 ECTS B3 - Bachelor's programme 3. year Chemistry Norbert Müller 1 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
Detailed information
Pre-requisites Organic Chemistry 1 or VL Organic Chemistry 1 for Biological Chemistry
Original study plan Bachelor's programme Biological Chemistry 2018W
Objectives Understanding the fundamentals of reaction mechanisms and techniques used in the Laboratory Course of Preparative Organic Chemistry for Biological Chemistry 1
Subject 6 cumulative sections concerning the theoretical background of the tasks in the "Laboratory Course of Preparative Organic Chemistry for Biological Chemistry 1"

(1) Separation techniques, spectroscopy (in particular NMR), acid/base properties of organic compounds

(2) Nucleophilic aliphatic substitution reactions

(3) Reactions of carbonyl compounds

(4) Addition, elimination, reduction and oxidation reactions

(5) Reactions of aromatic compounds

(6) Rearrangement and pericyclic reactions

Criteria for evaluation Written tests on subchapters.

More than 50% of the periodic test must be passed positively. A final test about the entire course may be taken to improve the result.

Methods Lectures, Q/A session, exercises on paper.
Language English
Study material Announced/provided in the course an in the "Laboratory Course of Preparative Organic Chemistry 1 for Biological Chemistry".

  • Introduction to Strategies for Organic Synthesis, Laurie S. Starkey. JohnWiley & Sons, Hoboken,2012. 360 S., Broschur,43.90E.—ISBN 978-0470484098
  • Organic Chemistry, Clayden, Greeves, Warren, ISBN 978-3-642-34715-3
  • Organic chemistry: structure and function. Vollhardt, K. Peter C. — 5th ed. / K. Peter C. Vollhardt, Neil E. Schore. ISBN 0-7167-9949-9
Changing subject? No
Further information The course is held in parallel to the "Laboratory Course of Preparative Organic Chemistry for Biological Chemistry 1" and the contents of these two courses are closely coordinated. It is therefore highly recommended that these two courses are attended in parallel within the same semester.
On-site course
Maximum number of participants 25
Assignment procedure Direct assignment