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    The module deals with the electronic structure of atoms and its chemical consequences. It introduces quantum numbers, describes the basis of the periodic table; introduces molecular orbital theory, and chemical bonding and structure. Trends in the chemistry of the elements are considered in relation to their electronic structure. The principles underlying the chemistry of the transition metals are also introduced.

  • PMC101 Organic Chemistry: Structure, Transformation, and Energetics; an Introduction for Life Sciences.

    The module deals with the basic principles of organic chemistry, and the reactions of simple aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons. Two aspects which are particularly emphasised are the stereochemistry of organic compounds and the mechanisms of organic reactions.

  • PMC102 Chemical Analysis: from Composition to Structure Elucidation; an Introduction for Life Sciences.

    This module deals with the principles and practice of analytical chemistry and gives an introduction to a number of important instrumental techniques in analytical chemistry for both quantitative and qualitative analysis and structure elucidation.

  • PMC103 Organic Chemistry of Functional Groups: Structure, Reactivity and Mechanism; an Introduction for Life Sciences

    In this module students are introduced to the physical and organic chemistry of organic molecules with functional groups containing oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen and halogens. The course begins with an introduction to physical organic chemistry, including thermodynamics, equilibria, kinetics and mechanisms. Concepts such as electronegativity differences, bonding characteristics, electronic, steric, and solvation effects are used to rationalise the chemistry of functional groups. The characteristics and experimental evidence for the key mechanisms of SN1, SN2, E1 and E2 reactions are discussed. The use of "curly arrows" to identify mechanistic pathways is described. The chemistry of the following functional groups are discussed in detail: alcohols, alkyl halides, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters.


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    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Stefan Doerr
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    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Hamilton Mcmurray
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    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof David Worsley