Course Code: B32008H
Course Name: Organic Chemistry II
Pre-requisite: Organic Chemistry I
Organic chemistry is one of the important required courses of chemistry and chemical engineering in colleges and universities. This course is based on the basic theory of organic chemistry, such as valence bond theory, molecular orbital theory and acid-base theory, using the interpretation of the reaction mechanism and reaction rule as the main line, teaching the structure, properties, reaction and inter-transformation of all kinds of organic compound. The introduction of other organic chemistry related knowledge such as life and material will enhance the understanding of organic chemistry.
The purpose of this course is to make students systematically master the basic theory of organic chemistry and the basic knowledge of the structure, properties, preparation methods, reaction and application of organic compounds,understand the origin, mechanism and basic rules of organic reaction, master organic synthesis strategy and design simple route, andimprove students' ability to analyze and solve problems.
The basic requirements of this course is running through the studying of organic reaction mechanism, combing the context of the rational deduction of organic chemistry, stress less on the simple memory of knowledge.Fuse the teaching and independently discussing and learning in groups, focusing on the combination of actual teaching materials and textbooks.Make studentsstraighten up the basic concept of organics, be familiar with the basic structure and reaction of all kinds of organic compounds, master the basic theory, understand the reaction mechanism, master the common characteristics and rules of various types of organic reactions, and master the basic skills to synthetize simple compounds, which will lay a solid foundation for later study.
Topics and Schedule
Chapter 12 Preparation of Alcohols by Carbonyl Compounds:Oxidation Reduction and Organometallic Compound (4hrs)
Chapter 13 Conjugated Unsaturated System (2hrs)
Chapter 14 Aromatic Compounds (2hrs)
Chapter 15 Reaction of Aromatic Compounds (4hrs)
Chapter 16 Aldehydes and Ketones (4hrs)
Chapter 17 Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives (3hrs)
Chapter 18 Carbonylα position reaction (3hrs)
Chapter 19 Condensation of Carbonyl Compounds and Conjugate Addition Reaction (4hrs)
Chapter 20 Amine (4hrs)
Chapter 21 Phenol and Aryl Halide and Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution (4hrs)
Ⅲ Biological organic compounds (4hrs)
Chapter 22 Carbohydrate and Lipid Compounds (1hr)
Chapter 23 Amino Acids and Proteins (2hrs)
Chapter 24 Nucleic Acid and Synthesis of Protein (1hr)
Xing Qiyi et al, Fundamental Organic Chemistry (3th Edition),Higher Education Press,2005 (2014 reprint)
 T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig B. Fryhle, Scott A. Synder: Organic Chemistry (11th Edition), 2013, John Wiley & Sons
 K. Peter C. Volhard et al, Organic Chemistry:Structure and Function, Dai Lixin et al translated, Chemical Industry Press, 2006