1. Reactions and Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry
2. Radical Halogenation
3. Reactions of Haloalkanes: Nucleophilic Substitutions
4. Reactions of Haloalkanes: Eliminations
7. Delocalized pi Systems
8. Aromatic Systems : Electrophilic Substitution
9. Aldehydes and Ketones
10. Carboxylic Acids
Acquire a general overview of the broad range of organic reactions which can be used to prepare molecules and molecular materials
Understand the central role played by the chemical industry in our society
Interactive course with powerpoint presentations, seminars and laboratory practicals.
A copy of the powerpoint slides projected during class is available on the Université Virtuelle. Students are requested to complete these slides with the information presented during the course.
Organic Chemistry: Structure and Function. Vollhardt and Schore, Freeman and Co. (any of the editions !) - Organic Chemistry. Clayden, Greeves, Warren and Wothers, Oxford University Press (1st or 2nd Ed.) - Organic Chemistry. McMurry, Thomson (7th edition, 2008)
This teaching unit contributes to the following competences:
In-depth knowledge and understanding of exact sciences with the specificity of their application to engineering
Collaborate in a (multidisciplinary) team
The flexibility and adaptability to work in an international and/or intercultural context
An integrated insight in chemical process and materials' technology
Written exam + laboratory reports.
Dr. Hennie (Elisabeth) Valkenier-Van Dijk ; firstname.lastname@example.org; office P2.2.108
Prof. Kristin Bartik ; email@example.com; office: P2.2.213.
- Dr. Matthieu Goursaud; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Glenn Grauwels; email@example.com
- Nathan Renier; firstname.lastname@example.org
Practicals: Solbosch Campus, UD
Course: See GeHOL
Lectures: 18 hours
Exercises + Practicals: 30 hours
Questions can be answered during the break or after classes. The practicals are a privileged moment for discussions. It is also possible to make an appointment with the teaching staff to ask further questions. Students are encouraged to consult reference text-books. Numerous reference books are available in the library of the "Laboratoire d'Ingénierie des Nanosystèmes Moléculaires" (room P2-2-211).