QUIM 8445: Structural Problems in Organic Chemistry

Description

The elucidation of the structure of organic compounds and reaction intermediates is studied. The use of spectroscopic methods, including ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic and electronic resonance, infrared spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and diffraction methods is addressed. The basis and applications of these methods are discussed an practiced with examples. An in-depth physical chemical treatment, such as quantum mechanics, is out of the scope of this course.

Credits

3 credit hours.

Pre-requisites