Knowledge and understanding:
The course aims to teach students the scientific methodology that is the basis of organic chemistry and related disciplines; The course has the purpose of providing the basic concepts to understand, and also predict, the reactivity of the functional groups present in simple and complex organic molecules.The course also provides students with the basic language relating to the rationalization and interpretation of the main reaction mechanisms in correlation with the different mono and poly functional groups that are the subject of the course.
Applied knowledge and understanding :
The student will acquire the expertise to know the reactivity of functional groups present in organic molecules and to understand the reactivity of organic compounds according to the main reaction mechanisms.
Knowledge and understanding
The aim of the course is to provide the students: a) the basic theoretical knowledge for the structural determination of simple organic compounds by using several spectroscopic techniques and b) the theoretical and practical aspects of the synthetic methodologies learnt during the course of organic chemistry II. This will enable the student to acquire the ability to understand the relationship between structure and physical and chemical properties of the principal classes of organic compounds. Applying knowledge and understanding The student will be able to realize autonomously the preparation and purification of an organic compound by applying common and simple synthetic methodologies and to identify its structure through the interpretation of the corresponding MS, UV, IR and NMR (1H and 13C)