Students should have been previously enrolled in a graduate level course in Inorganic Chemistry.
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From the teachings of organic chemistry, the student will learn the fundamentals of the nomenclature, the three-dimensional structure of the chemical and physical properties of organic molecules and acquire the necessary knowledge to interpret and rationalize the organic reactions in terms of reaction mechanisms and the fundamental correlations between structure and reactivity. Finally, the student will be able to predict the course of a reaction also rationalizing the stereochemical aspects.
1-Introduction to organic chemistry and general considerations. 2-Structure and bonding in organic molecules. 3-Nomenclature of organic compounds. 4-Acidity and basicity of organic compounds. 5-Stereochemistry. 6-Hydrocarbons. 7-Alkyl halides. 8-Alcohols and phenols. 9-Ethers. 10-Thioalcohols and thioethers. 11-Aldehydes and ketones. 12-Carboxylic acids. 13-Carboxylic acid derivatives (acyl chlorides, esters, anhydrides, amides, thioesters). 14-Nitriles. 15-Amines. 16-Alkenes and alkynes. 17-Aromatic compounds. 18-Heterocyclic compounds. 19-Monosaccharides and polysaccharides. 20-Amino acids. 21-Lipids.
Handouts (copies of slides used by the teacher during lessons). Recommended textbook: H. Hart, L. E. Craine, D. J. Hart, Organic Chemistry, Ed. Zanichelli. Any other recent college textbook of Organic Chemistry can be used.
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