Course Title : Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry, Adv. III

Code 10D230
Course Year Master Course
Term 1st term
Class day & Period Tue 2nd
Location A2-303
Credits 1
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor Fujihara, Tomita, (KUICR) Hashikawa

Course Description

This course will provide the overview of some of the Novel Prize in Chemistry as well as the Novel Prize in Physics, in the scientific points of view. In the latter part of the course, group works will be provided to have some knowledge for presentation and discussion.

Grading

This course will be evaluated on texts, reports and group works.

Course Goals

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Guidance 1 Overview of this course.
Lecture (1) 1 Frontier orbit theory and Diels-Alder reaction (Fujihara)
Lecture (2) 1 Olefin metathesis (Fujihara)
Lecture (3) 1 Cross coupling reactions (Fujihara)
Lecture (4) 1 Catalytic Asymmetric reactions (Fujihara)
Lecture (5) 1 Structures of proteins: X-ray analysis and Mass spectroscopy (Fujihara)
Lecture (6) 1 Semiconductors (Tomita)
Lecture (7) 1 Scanning electron microscope (Tomita)
Lecture (8) 1 Fullerenes and graphenes (Hashikawa)
Lecture (9) 1 Nuclear magnetic resonances (Hashikawa)
Exercise 4 Group Works (Fujihara, Tomita, Hashikawa)
Feedback 1 Feedback of this course (Fujihara)

Textbook

No textbooks. Handouts will be provided.

Textbook(supplemental)

Prerequisite(s)

Fundamental knowledge in organic, phisical, and inorganic chemistry at the undergraduate level.

Independent Study Outside of Class

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