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TI 323: Organic Chemistry with Instrumental Analysis

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Catalog Description:

Reviews the basic and higher concepts of carbohydrates, proteins, synthetic macromolecules as well as heterocyclic compounds and organic dyes and pigments important for textile industry. In addition, the basic concepts of instrumental analysis important for engineering practice are reviewed. Prerequisite: TI208. 4 hours lecture and 3 hours laboratory.

Course Topics: I. Carbohydrates
  • Structure, configuration and conformation of monosaccharides.
  • Reactions of monosaccharides.
  • Oxidation and reduction of monosaccharides.
  • Izomerization.
  • Disaccharides. Saccharose, Saharoza, maltose, cellobiose and lactose.
  • Determination of disaccharides structure. Reactions.
  • Polysaccharides.
  • Cellulose. Structure. Physical and chemical properties. Reactions.
  • Derivatives of cellulose.
  • Hemicellulose, polyuronide and lignin.
  • Starch. Structure. Amylose and amylopectin.
  • Dextrins.
II. Proteins
  • Amino acids. Classification. Preparation and reactions.
  • Peptide bond. Geometry.
  • Determination of structure of peptides.
  • Terminal residue analysis.
  • Partial hydrolysis.
  • Synthesis of peptides.
  • Proteins. Classification and function.
  • Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure of proteins.
  • Fibrous and globular proteins.
  • Natural protein fibers.
III. Synthetic Macromolecules.
  • Definition of polymer and macromolecule. Classification.
  • Polymerization and polycondensation.
  • Structure of polymers and macromolecules.
  • Tacticity.
  • Some important polymers.
  • Synthesis of polymers.
IV. Heterocyclic Compounds.
  • Definition and classification.
  • Five-membered rings. Synthesis and reactivity.
  • Six-membered ring rings. Synthesis and reactivity.
V. Organic Dyes and Pigments.
  • Definition of colour.
  • Empirical correlations between the chemical structures of colorants and their colour. Quantum chemical methods.
  • Classification of dyes.
  • Important dyes.
  • Structure, synthesis and application of dyes: polymethine dyes, nitro and nitroso dyes, azo dyes, di- and triarymethyne dyes and their aza analogues, indigoid dyes, anthraquinone dyes, reduction dyes, reactive dyes, sulfur dyes.
  • Organic pigments. Classification and structure. Phtalocyanine. Azo pigments. Synthesis of pigments.
  • Fluorescent Brighteners. Classification and synthesis.
VI. Instrumental Analysis.
  • UV/vis spectroscopy. UV spectrum. Application.
  • Gas chromatography. Application. Gas chromatograph. GC-MS.
  • IR spectroscopy. IR spectrum. Absorption frequencies. FTIR.
  • NMR. NMR spectrum. Number of signals. Position of signals. Chemical shift. Spin-spin coupling.
  • Mass spectrometry. Mass spectrum. Fragmentation. Base peak. Molecular ion. Mass spectrometer.
Course Objectives:
  1. Impart the basic and higher knowledge of carbohydrates, proteins, synthetic macromolecules as well as heterocyclic compounds and organic dyes and pigments important for textile industry.
  2. Imparts the basic concepts of instrumental analysis important for engineering practice.
  3. Synthesis of 3-4 organic dyes including intermediars.
  4. Literature work (impart the basic knowledge of use of literature; synthesis and application of instrumental analysis -UV, IR, 1H NMR).
Course Outcomes:
  1. Students have gained theoretical knowledge for further study and engineering practice.
  2. Students developed the skill to synthesize organic dyes.
  3. Students have gained theoretical and practical knowledge in instrumental analysis.
  4. Students have gained knowledge in literature work.
Assessment Tools:
  1. Homework assignments for the practice of all course subjects covered in class.
  2. Mid-term and final test of theoretical knowledge.
  3. Skill of organic compound synthesis as well as of literature work.
  4. Final laboratory test.
  5. Exam.
Contribution of Course to Meeting Professional Component: 100%.

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