Organic Chemistry University of Tsukuba
Basic structure and reactions of organic compounds are explained on the electronic theory.
Properties and reactions of organic compounds can be understood on the electronic theory.
Subject-specific competences 1: Systematic Expertise, 2: Refinement Representing Foundation of Major
Relative evaluation will be done by quarter-term examinations.
IntroductionIsomerism and IUPAC rulesAlkanes and cycloalkanes IAlkanes and cycloalkanes IIAlkenes and alkynes IAlkenes and alkynes IIAlkenes and alkynes IIIReview of first to seventh classAromatic compounds IAromatic compounds IIStereoisomerism IStereoisomerism IISubstitution and elimination reactions ISubstitution and elimination reactions IIReview of 9th to 14th classAlcohols, phenols and thiols IAlcohols, phenols and thiols IIAlcohols, phenols and thiols IIIEthers and epoxides IEthers and epoxides IIAldehydes and ketones IAldehydes and ketones IIReview of 16th to 22nd classCarboxylic acids ICarboxylic acids IICarboxylic acids IIIAmines IAmines IIAmines IIIReview of 24th to 29th class
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