ERT 102/4 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
This course introduces the fundamental theories (atomic orbital, molecular orbital and hybridization theories) and the application of hybridization theory in reactions involving alkynes and alkenes. Then, focusing on conformational analysis of alkanes and emphasizing on the nucleophilic substitution reactions of alkylhalides. The course also covers on physical and chemical properties, and chemical reactions involving alcohol and ester, aldehyde and ketone, carboxylic acid and aromatic compound. The application of organic chemical process is discussed in terms of biofuel and biopharmaceutical production.
Ability to explain the basic concepts theoretically and apply the knowledge of the physical and chemical properties of each functional group.
Ability to explain theoretical organic chemical reactions of alkenes, alkynes and alkyhalides at molecular level.
Ability to demonstrate the reactions involving alcohol, ether, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid and aromatic compounds.
Ability to formulate the knowledge of organic chemical process in industry such as production of biopharmaceuticals.
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