KJM211 Organic Chemistry Addition
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Course responsible: Yngve Henning Stenstrøm
Teachers: Hanne Marie Devle, Anne Gravdahl, Salima Fjeld, Simen Gjelseth Antonsen, Lene Ruud
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science
Teaching language: NO
Limits of class size:
100 (total number of students registered for KJM210 and KJM211).
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2003H
B-BIOTEK (biochemistry specializaiton), B-KJEMI, M-KB.
The teacher gives lectures throughout the teaching period. Problem solving together with a teacher. A teacher will go through laboratory exercises (compulsory). Laboratory work (compulsory). Help with the laboratory report and the calculation exercises is offered by the teaching assistants.
Please note that the course will start late in October.
Become familiar with basic organic spectroscopy and laboratory techniques with special emphasis on natural substances. Gain a general understanding of the reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry. Be able to view organic chemistry as part of a larger context with special emphasis on the reactions of the various functional groups.
Knowledge: Be able to set up simple organic chemistry experiments including simple syntheses. A few name reactions should be recognized.
Skills: You should be able to use the basic knowledge on new problems. Laboratory excercises are an important part of this course.
Lectures. Colloquia with a teacher/teaching assistant present. The teacher will go through assignments. Laboratory work, which includes preparation for the exercises (compulsory). Independent study.
Help with problem-solving and lab exercises will be offered by teaching assistants. Questions outside class will be answered in office hours which will be announced at the beginning of the semester.
Hart, Craine, Hart: Organic Chemistry - A short course, 13th edition (i.e. the latest one). Yngve Stenstrøm: Lab booklet. Yngve Stenstrøm: Compendium.
KJM110 or equivalent.
Laboratory course with an approved journal. Must be approved before exam.Laboratory course and joint review.The laboratory quiz on Fronter (one per lab class), has to be passed prior to each lab class.Please note that ALL laboratory excersises are compulsory (5 days).
Written exam (3.5 hrs), with an external examiner counts 90 %. The laboratory course counts 10 % of the final grade.
Lectures: 20 hours. Laboratory exercises: 30 hours. Laboratory review: 5 hours. Problem solving with a teacher present: 10 hours. Preparation for labs/journal writing: 30 hours. Individual study: 205 hours.
Special requirements in Science
Reduction of credits:
KJM211 gives 0 credits, if taken together with KJM210.
Type of course:
Note! This course starts at the turn of the month October/November. Before that, it is useful to follow lectures and problem solvings in the course KJM110.
KJM211 consists of: Lectures: 4 hours per week (total of ca. 20 hours). Laboratory work: 6 hours per week for 5 weeks (total of 30 hours). Joint lab review: 1 hour a week for 5 weeks. Joint review of problem solving: 2 hour per week (total of 10 hours) during the last half of the course. Calculation exercise help: 2 hours per week. The lecture load will be heavier during the second half of the semester, in order to accommodate KJM110 more easily.
All laboratory excercises (5 days altogether) are mandatory.
KJM211 is offered for those who have taken basic organic chemistry equivalent to 10 credits (e. g. KJM110), and want to learn more organic chemistry. This means that KJM210 = KJM110+KJM211.
The course is open for a limited number of students only. Students for whom KJM211 is a mandatory course are guaranteed place. Other students may be accepted based on their grades from KJM110 or equivalent courses.
An external examiner approves the examination questions and marks 25 selected exam papers.
Allowed examination aids: No calculator, other aids as specified
Examination details: One written exam: A - E / Ikke bestått