NPU2103 - Organic Synthesis
|1.||Apply and explain the principles of various organic synthetic procedures to drug synthesis;|
|2.||Categorise the different classes of protecting groups and describe their role in organic synthesis;|
|3.||Evaluate various chiral synthetic methodologies, including bio-catalysis, and their application to drug synthesis;|
|4.||Articulate the principles and application of combinatorial synthesis;|
|5.||Adapt common practical organic chemistry manipulations and interpret various analytical data including infra-red and nuclear magnetic resonance spectra, in collaboration with others and with responsibility for own output; and|
|6.||Evaluate the quality of their own synthesised products and related analytical data and report the findings to peers and demonstrators with initiative and judgement.|
|Assignment||Short Answer Assignment (1000 word equivalent)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Portfolio of Laboratory work with summary addressing criteria (1500 words)||45%|
|Examination||Final Exam (2 hours)||45%|
Organic Chemistry 9th ed.
McMurry, J.E., (2016)
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