Organic Chemistry II
Quimica Orgânica II
Luísa Maria Lima Gonçalves
Learning outcomes of the curricular unit:
This curricular unit seek the students:
- To be able to pinpoint the main organic reactions and its mechanisms.
- To be able to explain the formation of radical species and their mechanisms.
- To predict and be able to classify the chemical behavior of compounds belonging to the more representative organic functions, namely carbonyl compounds and heterocycles.
- To develop their capacity to design and implement (skills and safety) of laboratory work.
- Ability to plan and carry out synthesis of simple organic molecules.
- Ability to apply and integrate knowledge to solve problems.
- Ability to make decisions.
- Ability to collect, record, analyze, interpret and report data in the context of organic chemistry.
- Capabilities that allow lifelong learning programs, independently.
- Ability to work and team learning.
- REVISIONS ON REACTIVITY OF ORGANIC MOLECULES ( ACIDS AND BASES) AND CHARACTERISTIC REACTION MECHANISMS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
- ELECTROPHILIC REACTIONS
Electrophilic addition to unsaturated carbons.
Electrophilic addition to conjugated systems.
- ELECTROPHILIC AND NUCLEOPHILIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION
- NUCLEOPHILIC REACTIONS OF CARBONYL GROUPS
Nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl group.
- NUCLEOPHILIC REACTIONS INVOLVING ENOLATE IONS
- RADICAL REACTIONS
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