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|Tuesday||4:30 PM - 6:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall Gino Tessari|
|Friday||12:30 PM - 2:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall Gino Tessari|
The course presents the conceptual basis for understanding the structural and electronic properties of organic molecules and the chemical diversity of the compounds of carbon.
- Features and structure of the major functional groups and their main reactivity.
- Acidity and basicity in organic chemistry. Definitions according to Lewis and Broensted. The relative strength of acids and bases: effect of structure on acidity.
- Conformational analysis. Rotation around the bonds and steric hindrance.
- Display bi-and tri-dimensional structures at the computer. Molecular systems of representation.
- Stereochemistry: Chirality, isomerism, symmetry and equivalence, asymmetry, dissymmetry. Compounds diastereomeric, enantiomeric and meso forms.
- Carbohydrates: classification and configuration, mutarotation. Disaccharides and polysaccharides of biological interest.
- Lipids: main compounds and chemical-physical characteristics. Membrane models.
- Amino acids: structure, isoelectric point. Peptides and proteins: chemical-physical characteristics.
- Nucleic acids: nucleosides, nucleotides, DNA, RNA.
|L. G. Wade Jr.||Fondamenti di Chimica Organica||PICCIN||2014||978-88-299-2300-7|
|J. G. Smith||Fondamenti di chimica organica, 3/e (Edizione 3)||McGraw Hill||2018|
|Brown Poon||Introduzione alla chimica organica (Edizione 5)||EdiSES||2014||9788879598255|
Written exam: 6 exercises in 1 hour and a half.
If written exam grade ≥ 16 chance to do the oral examination