Courses

Organic halides (Types – Physical properties - Preparation and reactions (nucleophilic substitution reactions SN1 and SN2 - elimination reactions E1 and E2).Alcohols & Phenols (Nomenclature IUPAC – properties - synthesis and reactions of...
Introduction (Carbon Compounds, Chemical Bonds (ionic, Covalent), Atomic and Molecular orbitals, Hybridization, Polarity and Inductive effect).Alkanes, Cycloalkanes (Alkyl groups, IUPAC nomenclature, Physical properties, Sources off, Synthesis....
Introduction (Carbon Compounds, Chemical Bonds (ionic, Covalent), Atomic and Molecular orbitals, Hybridization, Polarity and Inductive effect).Alkanes, Cycloalkanes (Alkyl groups, IUPAC nomenclature, Physical properties, Sources off, Synthesis....
Course Description:This course is the continuation of the organic chemistry I and it included the following topics:  Organic halide (preparation and reactions –nucleophilic substitution reaction SN1 and SN2); Alcohols and phenols ((Nomenclature...
Introduction Types of chemical bonds: (Ionic and covalent bonds) - Atomic and molecular orbital: (sigma and pi bond) - Hybridization (sp3, sp2, sp) - Inductive effect, polarization, and Stability of carbocations - Classification of organic compounds...
The course title will provide the student in the 4th level a fundamental of heterocyclic organic compounds including: Heterocycles, Nomenclature, Aromaticity, Five-membered heterocycles: Pyrroles, Indoles, Diazoles, Synthesis, Reactions,...
Course Description  This course provides an introduction to the broad field of Natural Products Chemistry by reviewing the major classes of Natural Products compounds. The module will cover (1): the knowledge on the identification and chemistry of...
Course Description  The objective of this module is to provide the student with a thorough understanding of the mechanistic aspects of organic chemistry by describing a variety of modern synthesis methods for transformation of functional groups as...
Organic Chemistry Chem. 445 is a Level 4 course for BSc. students who passed organic chemistry courses offered on level 1, 2, and 3 whose intention is to graduate with Honors in Chemistry, Major in Chemistry. Chem. 445 is an elective course, helps...
List of TopicsIntroduction (structural theory, Lewis structures, isomers, basic resonance theory, hybrid orbitals, covalent bonding, shapes of molecules, polarity of molecules and bonds)Alkanes and cycloalkanes: Alkyl groups, IUPAC nomenclature,...