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KE Supramolecular and nanochemistry. Fall At the end of the course, students are expected to suggest solutions to synthetic challenges and questions in connection with molecular design for a wide variety of applications and challenges in supramolecular chemistry. The course builds on the knowledge acquired in the bachelor courses in physics, chemistry, pharmacy and nanobioscience, and gives an academic basis for studying the topics such as drug delivery, advanced organic materials, molecular diagnostics, and nucleic acid technology, that are part of the master degree.
Jonathan W. Steed, David R. Turner, Karl J. KE Supramolecular and nanochemistry Archive Fall DA EN. Study Board of Science. Hide all Comment former UVA is identical with this course description. Students taking the course are expected to: Have knowledge of general chemistry, basic spectroscopy and organic chemistry Be able to use basic principles of physical chemistry.
The aim of the course is to enable the student to combine theoretical knowledge on non-covalent interactions with design rules of host-guest systems as well as function and design of molecular devices, to choose classical and modern synthetic routes for the synthesis molecular receptors and building blocks of molecular devices, to acquire comprehensive knowledge on common molecular building blocks in supramolecular chemistry and their application, to rationalize basic design rules for molecular receptors and molecular devices, to achieve an overview and apply modern analytical tools to supramolecular systems, to apply search strategies for current databases and electronic journals to find relevant information on supramolecular systems as well as to orally present and analyse articles from the field of supramolecular chemistry.
The acquired knowledge is important to be able to apply basic concepts from physics, general chemistry, organic chemistry and spectroscopy to a broad range of applied and fundamental supramolecular questions. In relation to the competence profile of the degree it is the explicit focus of the course to: Give the competence to molecular design in supramolecular chemistry Give skills in synthesis and application of supramolecular systems with applications in material science, medicinal chemistry and molecular diagnostics Give knowledge and understanding of important non-covalent forces and their application in supramolecular chemistry.
The learning objectives of the course is that the student demonstrates the ability to: Understand and use non-covalent interactions Understand and apply synthetic methods such as template-controlled reactions for the synthesis of supramolecular building blocks Acquire knowledge on important building blocks in supramolecular chemistry Apply non-covalent interactions in molecular design Apply supramolecular building blocks and molecular design to modern challenges in supramolecular chemistry.
The following main topics are contained in the course: Non-covalent interactions Molecular receptors e. Exam element a Timing January. Oral examination EKA N Second examiner: External. Student Identification Card. Normally, the same as teaching language. Allowed IT-tools: Notebook. A closer description of the exam rules will be posted under 'Course Information' on Blackboard.
Reexamination in the same exam period or immediately thereafter. The mode of exam at the reexamination may differ from the mode of exam at the ordinary exam. Activities during the study phase: Preparation of student lectures based on current literature in supramolecular chemistry Group discussions of individual student presentations in plenum.
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Core Concepts in Supramolecular Chemistry and Nanochemistry: From Supramolecules to Nanotechnology provides a concise introduction to this fast developing subject.
More titles may be available to you. Sign in to see the full collection. Supramolecular chemistry and nanochemistry are two strongly interrelated cutting edge frontiers in research in the chemical sciences. The results of recent work in the area are now an increasing part of modern degree courses and hugely important to researchers. Core Concepts in Supramolecular Chemistry and Nanochemistry clearly outlines the fundamentals that underlie supramolecular chemistry and nanochemistry and takes an umbrella view of the whole area. This concise textbook traces the fascinating modern practice of the chemistry of the non-covalent bond from its fundamental origins through to it expression in the emergence of nanochemistry. Fusing synthetic materials and supramolecular chemistry with crystal engineering and the emerging principles of nanotechnology, the book is an ideal introduction to current chemical thought for researchers and a superb resource for students entering these exciting areas for the first time.
Postal Manuscript received on September 8, ; accepted for publication on September 15, Supramolecular chemistry deals with the association of several chemical species, in an organized way and according to well defined purposes. Based on a molecular engineering approach, supramolecular structures can be designed from pre-formed building blocks, providing a promising route from chemistry to molecular nanotechnology. New supramolecular systems have been assembled in our laboratory with the use of bridging unities such as tetrapyridylporphyrins, porphyrazines and polypyrazines, connecting transition metal complexes and clusters. These systems display a very exciting electrochemical and catalytic behavior, and interact with DNA, generating 1 O 2 and leading to efficient oxidative clivage for photodynamic terapy applications. Molecular interfaces have been developed, exhibiting photocurrent response in the presence of visible-UV light, and rectifying properties in the presence of electroactive species.
Fusing synthetic materials and supramolecular chemistry with crystal engineering and the emerging principles of nanotechnology, the book is an ideal introduction.
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