During the (work)lectures, the basic principles of organic chemistry are discussed, including drawing molecules (counting valence electrons and applying the octet rule), hybridization, orbital theory (qualitative), recognizing reactions and drawing up mechanisms. The problemsets of the work-lectures aim to apply the most important theoretical principles and to deepen the reactions/mechanisms from the chapters covered.
At the end of the course
students know the names of functional groups of organic molecules.
students know the naming/structure of standard molecules and of some 30 basic concepts/principles from organic chemistry.
students can apply the organic chemical rules to recognize reactions and establish a mechanism.
students are able to use the periodic table to solve simple acid/base questions, as well as leaving group series and nucleophility.
students can recognize the electrophile/nucleophile and draw the mechanism of a reaction.
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Mode of Instruction
Combination of lecture and work-lecture
- Organic Chemistry, Clayden, Greeves en Warren; OUP Oxford, 2e druk, ISBN 9780199270293
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