Drug synthesis (KOK090) VT 2011
Professor Kenneth Wärnmark,
Clayden, Greeves, Warren
and Wothers, Organic Chemsitry (ISBN 0-19-850346-6)
Written examination and the course
is defined by the textbook. Molecular models are allowed during the
examination. I recommend that you brush up your organic
chemistry so that the basic concepts are well known to you. Previous exams of the basic organic chemistry course provide a good way of repeating the basic knowledge you are expected to have:
Basic exam 1
Basic exam 2
Basic exam 3
will be an extra exercise focusing on basic knowledge on Wednesday
January 19 at 1315-1500 in the seminar room at CAS. At this extra
exercise you work with the problems in the three basic exams above
and professor Ulf Nilsson
will be there to supervise your solving of the problems.
The course in drug synhesis starts
where the basic organic chemistry course ended. It is important that
you master the concepts and reactions of that course. There is no time
for repitition within the present course.Previous exams in basic
can be fetched here.
KOK090 is given together with the lecture and excercise part of
KEMM01. Schedule for VT 2011 can be found at the homepage for KEMM01
The laboratory work concected to KOK090 is a separate course, KOK100, for LTH students.