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Organic molecules contain carbon atoms. The carbon atoms area unit covalently bonded to different atoms and numerous chains of carbon atoms is found in most each molecule. Carbon has four valence electrons and so can create four bonds in accordance with the octet rule. All non-carbon-to-carbon bonds are going to be assumed to be carbon-hydrogen bonds as atomic number 1 atoms area unit the foremost ordinarily found hooked up atom. Atomic number 1 has one negatron and can create one chemical bond. The atom is capable of constructing single, double and triple bonds furthermore as bonding with chemical element nitrogen, chlorine or bromine. Chemical element has six valence electrons, and can create 2 valence bonds. One bond and a covalent bond area unit each potential for chemical element atoms. Gas has 5 valence electrons and can create 3 valence bonds. Single, double and triple bonds area unit all potentialities for gas atoms.
- Track 1-1Types and characterization of organic compounds
- Track 1-2Functional groups
- Track 1-3Aliphatic and aromatic compounds
- Track 1-4Heterocyclic compounds
- Track 1-5Nomenclature of new compounds
Structure determination is also a procedure by that the three-dimensional atomic coordinates of a molecule or biomolecule area unit resolved exploitation associate analytical technique. Many techniques square measure utilized in structure determination, most generally X-ray physics, nucleon magnetic resonance spectrometry, microscopy and molecular modelling. Nuclear resonance is associate degree analytical chemistry technique utilized in control and analysis for determinative the content and purity of a sample in addition as its molecular structure. NMR could also be used to verify molecular conformation in answer in addition as checking out physical properties at the molecular level like conformational activity, half changes, solubility and diffusion. Elemental analysis could also be a way where a sample of some material is analysed for its elemental and generally atom composition. Mass is associate degree analytical chemistry technique that helps confirm the quantity and type of chemistry gift throughout a sample by live the mass-to-charge quantitative relation and abundance of gas-phase ions. A prism spectrographic analysis determines the mass of a molecule by live the mass-to-charge magnitude relation of its particle diffusion. Ions square measure generated by causation either the loss or gain of a charge from a neutral species.
- Track 2-1Organometallic nomenclature
- Track 2-2Carbonmetal Bonds in organometallic compounds
- Track 2-3Grignard reagents
- Track 2-4Transition metal organometallic compounds
- Track 2-5Carbenes and carbenoids
Nucleic acids are biopolymers or large biomolecules essential for all renowned forms of life. Nucleic acids that embrace DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid) are made up of monomers called nucleotides. Every ester has 3 components: a 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate cluster and a element base. If the sugar is carbohydrate the polymer is polymer. If the sugar is ribose the compound is RNA. Once all 3 elements are combined they type a macromolecule. Nucleotides are called phosphate nucleotides. In organic chemistry, amino acids having each the paraffin and the acid teams attached to the first (alpha-) atom have particular importance known as 2-, alpha-, or α-amino acids (generic formula H2NCHRCOOH in most cases wherever R is an organic substituent referred to as a "side-chain" often the term "amino acid" is used to refer specifically to those. They include the 23 proteinogenic (protein-building) amino acids that mix into peptide chains (polypeptides) to form the building-blocks of a vast array of proteins.
- Track 3-1Peptides sequence analysis
- Track 3-2Classification of amino acids
- Track 3-3Stereochemistry of amino acids
- Track 3-4AcidBase behaviour of amino acids
- Track 3-5Synthesis of amino acids
- Track 3-6Reactions of amino acids
- Track 3-7Peptide structure amino acid Analysis
- Track 3-8Nucleosides
Carbohydrates perform varied roles in living organisms. Polysaccharides serve for the storage of energy (e.g. starch and glycogen) and as structural components (e.g. cellulose in plants and polysaccharide in arthropods). The 5-carbon monosaccharose saccharide is an important part of coenzymes (e.g. ATP, furor and NAD) and also the backbone of the genetic molecule called RNA. The connected deoxyribose may be a part of polymer. Saccharides and their derivatives include several alternative necessary biomolecules that play key roles within the system and fertilization preventing pathologic process, coagulation and development. The term is most common in organic chemistry wherever it's a equivalent word of sugar, a group that has sugars, starch, and polyose. The saccharides are divided into four chemical groups: monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. In general, the monosaccharides and disaccharides that are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates are commonly said as sugars.
- Track 4-1Classification of carbohydrates
- Track 4-2Fischer projections and the DL notational system
- Track 4-3Aldotetroses
- Track 4-4Aldopentoses and aldohexoses
- Track 4-5Mutarotation
- Track 4-6Ketoses
- Track 4-7Glycosides
- Track 4-8Disaccharides and polysaccharides
- Track 4-9Epimerization and isomerizations
The study of stereochemistry focuses on stereoisomers and spans the complete spectrum of organic, inorganic, biological, physical and particularly supra molecular chemistry. Stereochemistry includes strategies for determinant and describing these relationships; the result on the physical or biological properties these relationships impart upon the molecules in question, and also the manner during which these relationships influence the reactivity of the molecules.
- Track 5-1Molecular chirality and enantiomers
- Track 5-2Properties of chiral molecules and optical activity
- Track 5-3The cahnIngoldPrelog RS notational system
- Track 5-4Physical properties of enantiomers
- Track 5-5Stereogenic center
An understanding of attraction dipoles and also the numerous types of non-covalent unit forces permits America to elucidate on a molecular level and many evident physical properties of organic compounds. Throughout this section, we square measure progressing to specialize in solubility, melting point and boiling purpose. Boiling happens once the chance of heat turning into internal energy and work to carry out vaporization becomes up to the chance of the reverse pathway. The boiling thermal property is higher the stronger the unit attractions as a results of the stronger the static force of attraction, the ton of energy is required to separate the particles and the larger the static P.E. increase associated with vaporization. Ion-Ion forces or attractions area unit the strongest. They involve the attraction between species bearing a minimum of a full charge and a species bearing a minimum of a full charge.
- Track 6-1Principles of molecular spectroscopy electromagnetic radiation
- Track 6-2Interpreting proton NMR spectra
- Track 6-3Patterns of spinspin splitting pairs of doublets
- Track 6-4Infrared spectroscopy
- Track 6-5Ultravioletvisible (UVVIS) spectroscopy
- Track 6-6Mass spectrometry
Carboxylic acids are ordinarily named as though seldom used,. IUPAC-recommended names also exist. For instance, butanoic acid (C3H7CO2H) is in keeping with IUPAC tips additionally called butyric acid. To more simply understand abundant of the below discussion of reactions involving carboxyl acids it may be useful to note that the radical itself could be a "hydroxylated carbonyl group" which means that 2 of the carbon atoms four bonds area unit to associate degree atomic number 8 atom, the carbon atom's third bond is to a second atomic number 8 atom (whose different bond is to a element atom) and also the carbon atom's fourth bond attaches to R. A atom double bonded to associate degree atomic number 8 atom could be a carbonyl group and two of the carbon atom's bonds stay available for bonding.
- Track 7-1Carboxylic acid nomenclature
- Track 7-2Sources of carboxylic acids
- Track 7-3Reactions of carboxylic acids
- Track 7-4Carboxylic acid derivatives
- Track 7-5Sources of esters
- Track 7-6Preparation of amides
- Track 7-7Preparation of nitriles
Organic molecules are described additional ordinarily by drawings or structural formulas, combinations of drawings and chemical symbols. Lewis structures simplest model in addition brought up as Lewis-dot diagrams show the bonding relationship between atoms of a molecule and thus the lone pairs of electrons among the molecule. Lewis structures can also be useful in predicting molecular pure mathematics in conjunction with hybrid orbitals. Resonance structures are used once one Lewis structure for ionic bonding one molecule cannot fully describe the bonding that takes place between shut atoms relative to the empirical data for the actual bond lengths between those atoms. Organic reactions are chemical reactions involving organic compounds.
- Track 8-1Atoms, electrons and orbitals
- Track 8-2Ionic bonds
- Track 8-3Resonance
- Track 8-4Molecular orbitals of the hydrogen molecule
- Track 8-5Polar covalent bonds and multiple bonding
Chemoinformatics is that the commixture of these information resources to transform information into info data and data into knowledge for the supposed purpose of constructing higher selections faster within the space of drug lead identification and optimisation. These in silico techniques are employed in as an example pharmaceutical companies within the method of drug discovery. These ways may be employed in chemical and allied industries in varied different forms. Cheminformatics may be applied to information analysis for varied industries like paper and pulp and dyes and such allied industries. Chemical information will pertain to real or virtual molecules.
- Track 9-1Chemoinformatics and its applications
- Track 9-2Cheminformatics tools for drug discovery
- Track 9-3Quantitative structure activity relationship
- Track 9-4Computational chemistry
- Track 9-5Bioinformatics
Green chemistry, also referred to as property chemistry is a part of chemistry and chemical engineering targeted on the planning of products and processes that minimize the utilization and generation of hazardous substances. Environmental chemistry focuses on the consequences of polluting chemicals on nature inexperienced chemistry focuses on technological approaches preventing pollution and reducing consumption of unrenewable resources. Green chemistry overlaps with all subdisciplines of chemistry however with a specific target chemical synthesis, method chemistry and chemical engineering in industrial applications. To a lesser extent the principles of green chemistry conjointly affect laboratory practices.
- Track 10-1Green catalysis
- Track 10-2Green chemical solvents
- Track 10-3New trends in green chemistry
- Track 10-4Chemical risk and regulatory issues
- Track 10-5Human exposure and toxicity
Chemical reactions occur once collisions occur between atoms or molecules and there is ensuing modification among the arrangement of the chemical bonds. Therefore rate of a reaction is proportional to the number of collisions between molecules. Not every collision will cause a reaction of the complete variety of collisions solely a specific share will occur at the appropriate energy to allow the processes of force breaking and forming to occur. A first-order reaction could also be a reaction that yields at a rate that depends linearly on only one analysis. Differential rate laws square measure usually accustomed describe what is occurring on a molecular level throughout a reaction whereas integrated rate laws square measure used for crucial the reaction order and also the value of the speed constant from experimental measurements and chemical biology.
- Track 11-1Polymer structure and morphology
- Track 11-2Polymer synthesis and polymer coating
- Track 11-3Enzyme kinetics and thermodynamics of enzymatic reactions
Agricultural chemistry is the study of each chemistry and organic chemistry that are vital in agricultural production, the process of raw products into foods and beverages and in environmental monitoring and rectification. These studies emphasize the relationships between plants, animals and microorganism and their environment. The science of chemical compositions and changes concerned within the production, protection and use of crops and placental. As a basic science it embraces additionally to test-tube chemistry; all the life processes through that humans acquire food and fibre for themselves and feed for their animals. As an engineering or technology it's directed towards management of these processes to extend yields, improve quality and cut back prices.
- Track 12-1Biochemistry and agrochemicals
- Track 12-2Elementarycalculus
- Track 12-3Weed biology and control
- Track 12-4Biochemistry and metabolism
- Track 12-5Environmental management
Catalysed reactions have a lower energy (rate-limiting free energy of activation) than the corresponding un-catalysed reaction leading to a better reaction rate at a similar temperature and for similar chemical concentrations. However, the detailed mechanics of chemical change is complicated. Catalysts could affect the reaction atmosphere favourably or bind to the reagents to polarize bonds, e.g. acid catalysts for reactions of carbonyl compounds or type specific intermediates that don't seem to be created naturally like osmate esters in osmium tetroxide-catalysed hydroxylation of alkenes or cause dissociation of reagents to reactive forms like chemisorbed hydrogen in chemical action chemical action.
- Track 13-1Heterogeneous catalytic process
- Track 13-2Catalyst formulation and preparation methods
- Track 13-3Catalysts characterization methods
- Track 13-4Mechanism of catalytic reactions
- Track 13-5Design of catalysts and simulation techniques
Physical chemistry is the study of the link between structure and reactivity of organic molecules. A lot of specifically, modern physical chemistry applies the experimental tools of chemistry to the study of the structure of organic molecules and provides a theoretical framework that interprets however structure influences each mechanisms and rates of organic reactions. It will be thought of as a subfield that bridges organic chemistry with physical chemistry. Physical organic chemists use each experimental and theoretical discipline like spectrum analysis, chemical analysis, natural philosophy and process chemistry and scientific theory to check each the rates of organic reactions and also the relative chemical stability of the beginning materials, transition states and product. Chemists during this field work to know the physical underpinnings of chemistry and thus physical chemistry applications in specialised areas as well as chemical compound chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, chemical science and chemical science.
- Track 14-1Atomic theory
- Track 14-2Biophysical Chemistry
- Track 14-3Thermochemistry and quantum chemistry
- Track 14-4Chemical bonding, aromaticity, anti and homoaromaticity and structures
- Track 14-5Solvent effects and isotope effects on organic reactions
- Track 14-6Acidity, nucleophilicity and electrophilicity
- Track 14-7Equilibria
The investigation of biological and chemical properties of natural products for the past two centuries has not only produced drugs for the treatment of several diseases, but has instigated the development of synthetic organic chemistry and the arrival of medicinal chemistry as a major route to discover efficacious and novel therapeutic agents. Structural alteration of natural compounds or synthesis of novel compounds based on designs following a natural compound scaffolding have offered us a lot of vital new drugs in the fields of medicine, agriculture and food spheres. Nature has provided a fascinating array of chemical structures in the form of bioactive secondary metabolites.
- Track 15-1Chemistry and efficacy of natural products
- Track 15-2Safety and regulations on natural products
- Track 15-3Cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals (functional foods) and beverages
- Track 15-4Health and beauty product development and innovation
- Track 15-5Methodologies for natural products