Teaching Chemistry


Organic Chemistry I

An introduction to organic chemistry, focusing primarily on the basic principles chemical bonding as they apply to organic molecules and are introduced to the concepts of functional groups, nomenclature, stereochemistry, and reaction mechanisms. The systematic chemistry of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols, and ethers are discussed, in addition to the theory and use of spectroscopy in identifying organic compounds. Students are expected to apply their knowledge to problem-solve, deduce structures, and synthesize simple organic molecules using the studied reactions. The relationships between organic chemistry and other disciplines are noted.

Organic Chemistry II

Study the chemistry of alcohol, amines, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acid, phenols and aromatic compounds. Topics include classification and naming of organic compounds, stereochemistry reactions, aromatic substitution, conjugated systems, nucleophilic addition and stereoselective reductions of carbonyl compounds, and synthesis of organic compounds with different functionality



A basic course in biochemistry that includes fundamental organic chemistry, biological information transfer processes, energy conservation metabolism, chemical principles of biologic systems; chemical and physical properties of nucleotides, amino acids, protein structure, energetics, metabolism, enzyme function, and stability

Organic Chemistry II Lab

The course is design to give basic understanding and concepts of practical organic chemistry. In this course student will learn to work with organic chemistry by designing, identifying, and transforming organic compounds. Furthermore, they will learn many separation and purification techniques such as recrystallization, distillation and extraction.


Chemistry Lab for Medical Students

These subjects covered in this course include mixtures, organic chemistry, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, elements in nature, chemistry of transition elements and nuclear chemistry, Stereochemistry, catalysis, and intermolecular forces of liquids and solids

General Chemistry I

General Chemistry I course includes the following topics: The international system of units and measurement, the mole concept, periodic table and properties of elements, chemical reactions, thermochemistry and energy of chemical reactions, properties and laws of gases, electronic structure and properties of atoms and chemical bonding: general concept.



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