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Lecturer: Andrzej Olszanowski, Ph.D., D.Sc., professor PUT
Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 2, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (+48)(061) 665 3671, fax: (+48)(061) 665 3649

e-mail: olszan@put.poznan.pl

Objectives of the course:

The basic aim of the early part of the lecture is to show how stereochemical properties and reactivity of molecules grow out of the properties of carbon and heteroatom hybridisation modes. The theory of reaction mechanisms creates the frame, which makes learning more understanding for students. Then, the developing of the structural and electronic possibilities of the particular class of compounds shows how molecules behave in reaction with each other. During the seminar students have to obtain the basic knowledge of the nomenclature of organic compounds, but first of all the ability in writing of organic syntheses and skills of understanding of chemical reactivity of simple compounds. Laboratory continues efforts to consolidate the theory background, but main goal is the training in Laboratory techniques and practical fluency in the performing of organic synthesis including the purification and identification of some group of organic compounds.

Course description:

The theoretical foundation for understanding organic reactions have been placed on the firm ground of concepts of bonding, hybridisation, stereochemistry and IUPAC nomenclature as the chemical language. Subjects such as orbital and resonance theories receive integrated treatment here. The blending of structural theory and organic reaction mechanism is common in the teaching course of the lecture and seminar schedule. The organisation of the knowledge is as follows: structure is discussed first with three hybridisation modes as natural consequence of the electronic properties of carbon atom, cyclic, and aromatic compounds as well as ionic and radical intermediates. The reaction mechanisms, the transition state description and by-products follow after the stereochemical structures background and the chemical reactions are given then. Introduction of characteristic reactions of olefins, acetylenes, arenes, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acid and their derivatives, nitrogen compounds (including some bifunctional compounds) lead to an understanding of the main reactivity of organic compounds.

The metallorganic compounds, condensation reactions, rearrangements, tautomerism and acid-base theory are separated as concise units. The basic information of characteristic reactions and structure of biomolecules: lipids, carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids are the fragment of the teaching course.

Assessment methods:

Lecture: The written examination checks the students’ knowledge of general problems of organic chemistry. The following oral examination is for the evaluation of the comprehension of reaction mechanisms, synthetic problems and diversity of organic reaction conditions, their scope and limitations and side reactions of such transformations. Seminar: Writing summary tests and the current topic control (very short writing problems). Laboratory exercises are instructed with practical aspects of Laboratory activities and synthesis and analysis of organic compounds (control includes general and practical aspects of Laboratory activities).


1. Morrison T.R., Boyd N.R., Chemia organiczna , PWN Warszawa 1994.

2. Mastalerz P., Podręcznik chemii organicznej , Wydawnictwo Chemiczne, Wrocław 1996.

3. Kupryszewski G., Wstęp do chemii organicznej , Wydawnictwo Gdańskie, Gdańsk 1994.

Course title: Analytical Chemistry

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester




semester II

semester III

Number of credits: 2 / 5

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