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Organic Chemistry 1 (PTT 102/3): Subject Guides to Organic Chemistry 1

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Subject Guides to Organic Chemistry 1

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Course Synopsis

This course covers the theories, structure, bonding, nomenclature, properties, reaction, synthesis and the importance of the various classes of organic compounds. The course then builds upon this information and explores the mechanisms of a number of organic reactions involving the studied functional groups. It provides a firm foundation for further studies in organic, biological, and biochemistry. The central theme of this course is the chemistry of the principal functional groups. The application of organic chemical process is discussed in terms of biotechnology industry.

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