Organic Chemistry 3

In-depth study of the aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene substituents) and the carbonyl group, chemistry of amines and their derivatives, chemistry of the heterocycles. Organic chemistry of biologically important molecules: carboxylic acids, carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, proteins, natural products
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The Carbonyls are studied in this chapter: the deoxygenation of carbonyls, the addition of cyanide, the Wittig reaction, the Baeyer-Villiger oxidation. This chapter is a continuation of chapter 7 – Organic Chemistry 2.
The Enols and Enolates are studied in this chapter: the halogenation of aldehydes and ketones, the 1,2- and 1,4-additions of organometallic reagents, the Michael addition, the Robinson annulation. This chapter is a continuation of chapter 8 – Organic Chemistry 2.
The Carboxylic Acid Derivatives are studied in this chapter: the Hofmann rearrangement, the naming and properties of alkanenitriles, the hydrolysis of nitriles, their reaction with organometallic reagents, their reduction of nitriles. This chapter is a continuation of chapter 10 – Organic Chemistry 2.
The Amines and their Derivatives are studied in this chapter: the naming and properties of amines, their synthesis, the Hofmann elimination, the Mannich reaction.
The Chemistry of Benzene Substituents is studied in this chapter: the reactivity of methylbenzene, the benzylic oxidation and reduction, the nucleophilic aromatic substitution, the properties and reactivities of phenol, the Claisen rearrangement, the arenediazonium salts.
The Ester Enolates and the Claisen Condensation are studied in this chapter: the acidity and formation of β-dicarbonyl compounds, the nucleophilicity of β-dicarbonyl anions, the 3-ketoacids decarboxylation, the malonic ester synthesis, the Michael addition.
The Carbohydrates are studied in this chapter: the naming and structures of carbohydrates, the Fischer projection, the conformations and cyclic forms of sugars, the Haworth projection, the oxidation and reduction of sugars, the ester and ether formations, the polysaccharides.
The Heterocycles are studied in this chapter: the reactivity of nonaromatic heterocycles, the synthesis, properties and reactivity of aromatic heterocyclopentadienes, the synthesis, properties and reactivity of pyridine.
The Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins are studied in this chapter : the structure and properties of amino acids, the synthesis of amino acids (Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky , Gabriel and Strecker synthesis), the structure and properties of peptides and proteins, the amino acids sequencing, the synthesis of polypeptides, the Merrifield solid-phase peptide synthesis.
Midterm 1 includes 5 questions and it covers Organic Chemistry 1, Organic Chemistry 2 and Chapters 1, 2 and 3 of Organic Chemistry 3. At the end of the test you can see the answers and determine whether you have solved the questions. You have 1 hour to resolve Midterm 1.
Midterm 2 includes 5 questions and it covers Organic Chemistry 1, Organic Chemistry 2 and chapters 1 to 6 of Organic Chemistry 3 (mainly chapters 4, 5 and 6). At the end of the test you can see the answers and determine whether you have solved the questions. You have 1 hour to resolve Midterm 2.
Final Exam includes 13 questions and it covers all chapters of Organic Chemistry 1, 2 and 3. At the end of the test you can see the answers and determine whether you have solved the questions. You have 3 hours to resolve Final Exam.

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