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Course module: 8RB10
8RB10
Bio-organic chemistry
Course info
Course module8RB10
Credits (ECTS)5
Category3 (Advanced)
Course typeBachelor College
Language of instructionDutch
Offered byEindhoven University of Technology; Biomedical Engineering; Biomedical Chemistry;
Is part of
Biomedical Engineering
Pre-master program Biomedical Engineering
Coherent package - Chemical biology
Medical Sciences and Engineering
Contact personprof.dr. E.W. Meijer
Telephone3101
E-maile.w.meijer@tue.nl
Lecturer(s)
Contactperson for the course
prof.dr. E.W. Meijer
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Responsible lecturer
prof.dr. E.W. Meijer
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Co-lecturer
dr. L.G. Milroy
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Co-lecturer
dr.ir. A.R.A. Palmans
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Academic year2017
Period
3  (05/02/2018 to 22/04/2018)
Starting block
3
TimeslotA: A - Mo 1-4, We 9-10, Th 5-8
Course mode
Fulltime
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Registration openfrom 15/11/2017 up to and including 07/01/2018
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Explanation-
Registration using OSIRISYes
Registration open for students from other department(s)Yes
Pre-registrationNo
Waiting listNo
Number of insufficient tests-
Number of groups of preference0
Learning objectives
After passing the course, the student is has:
  1. Structural knowledge of important biomolecules such as sugars, peptides, lipids and steroids, and can correlate the structures with the specific cellular function.
  2. Knowledge of reaction mechanisms and can formulate logical reaction mechanisms to explain important biochemical transformations.
  3. Insight in the universal design principles of complex living systems, including equilibria, concentration gradients and reaction coupling, and can identify, clarify and discuss these principles for examples from the lectures.
  4. Insight in synthetic routes and can describe the reactions and transformations associated with the synthesis of simple peptides and substituted aromatic molecules.
  5. Knowledge of analytical techniques such as NMR, IR, MS and can use obtained data for the characterization of simple synthetic molecules.
Content
Topic 1. Recap / stereochemistry and carbohydrates
Topic 2. Natural and synthetic polymers
Topic 3. Dyes and drugs
Topic 4. Condensation reactions and metabolism
Topic 5. NMR and molecular characterisation
Topic 6. Molecular design and retrosynthesis
Topic 7. Lipids, terpenes and steroids
 
Entrance requirements
Entrance requirements tests
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Assumed previous knowledge
• 8SA00 - Introduction Organic Chemistry (recommended)
• 8RA00 - Biochemistry (recommended)
• 8RB00 - Molecular cell biology (recommended)
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Short promotional description of the course
Het college Bio-Organische Chemie is het natuurlijke vervolg op Inl. organische chemie (8SA00) en Biochemie (8RA00), waarbij meer inzicht wordt gekregen in het belang van de moleculaire wetenschappen en organische reactiemechanismen op een micro- en macromoleculaire schaal. Tevens wordt het belang van moleculen en moleculaire systemen gezocht vanuit een historisch perspectief.
Short promotional description of the course
The Class Bio-Organic Chemistry is the natural sequel to Intro. Organic Chemistry (8SA00) and Biochemistry (8RA00), in which more insight is acquired into the importance of organic reaction mechanisms - at the micro-and macro-molecular scale - for eukaryotic cells and plants. The importance of molecules and molecular systems are also sought from a historical perspective, paying attention to the vital contributions in their own time.
Required materials
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Recommended materials
"Essential Organic Chemistry", 3nd edition, by Paula Y. Bruice
Instructional modes
Guided selfstudy

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Tests
Written examination
Test weight100
Minimum grade-
Test typeFinal examination
Number of opportunities2
OpportunitiesBlock 3, Block 4
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