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Modern organic and biological chemistry comprise the chemistry of carbon-containing compounds, which are natural (e.g. foods, fuel, perfumes) as well as synthetic (e.g. soaps, textile fabrics, pharmaceuticals). This course investigates some key areas in organic chemistry: shape, conformation, stereochemistry, and chemical properties of organic and biological compounds. Reactions and reactivity of aliphatic derivatives, olefins and aromatic compounds will be considered with particular reference to spatial and electronic effects. The experiments performed in the lab will help students understand key organic concepts and develop their synthetic/analytical skills.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
Shape, conformation, and stereochemistry in organic and biologically relevant compounds. Reactions and reactivity of both aliphatic and aromatic compounds will be considered with particular reference to spatial and electronic effects.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
4 x lab reports - 25%
5 x fortnightly online tests based on tutorial worksheets - 25%
2 x take home exams (1 in flexiweek and 1 at end of term) - 50%
There are no assessments for this course.
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