OSAKA UNIV. CBCMP

OSAKA UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY - BIOLOGY COMBINED MAJOR PROGRAM

Organic Chemistry 3

Outline

Organic Chemistry 3 consists of both Theory and Exercise  session

 

Requirement/ Prerequisite: Successful completion of Organic Chemistry 2 Theory and Exercise session with both grades C or better is a prerequisite.

 

Outline of Organic Chemistry 3

 

The primary objective of this course is to apply the understanding of basic organic chemistry to study the chemistry of biologically relevant organic compounds. We will learn the chemical approach of various biomolecules involved in biological processes.

Emphasize the importance of organic chemistry in drug discovery.

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of this course the student:

1. will have a general knowledge of the properties and reactivity of different biomolecules.

2. will able to correlate the chemical properties with biological functions.

Textbook

L. G. Wade Jr, Organic Chemistry (8th Edition),

ISBN-13: 978-0321768414, ISBN-10: 0321768418

 

Please refer the following text books also:

1. Peter Vollhardt/Organic Chemistry 6th Edition/W.H.Freeman & Co Ltd/978-1429239240
2. March’s Advanced Organic Chemistry: Reactions, Mechanisms, and Structure; 7th edition
3. Organic Chemistry by Jonathan Clayden, Nick Greeves, Stuart Warren; 2nd edition

 

 

Syllabus

1. Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins (3 Theory + 3 Exercise session)
2. Organometallic chemistry: (3 Theory + 3 Exercise session)
3. Heterocyclic compounds: (3 Theory + 3 Exercise session)
4. Nucleic Acids: (3 Theory + 3 Exercise session)
5. Carbohydrates: (3 Theory + 3 Exercise session)

 

Grading

Grading for Organic Chemistry 3 Theory

Grading for Organic Chemistry 3 Exercise Session

*Will be announced in class.

Instructor

Dr

Rajiv Kumar Verma

Office: IRB 508 Phone: +81-6-6850-5952 email: vermark@cbcmp.icou.osaka-u.ac.jp