Future University In Egypt (FUE)
Future University In Egypt (FUE)

Spectral Analysis of Organic Compounds

Spectral Analysis of Organic Compounds

  • Course Code :
    PHC 811
  • Level :
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Entry year :
  • Department :
    Faculty of Pharmacy

Aim of the course

Course Contents

The main objective of this course is to assist in developing the ability of the students to interpret spectra with the study of the principles and advanced techniques of Mass Spectroscopy (MS), Infra Red (IR), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), and their application in the identification and characterization of organic compounds. The practical part involves sample preparation, instrumental demonstration, spectral analysis of compounds containing various functional groups by mass, infra-red and NMR spectroscopic techniques. Practice problems involve interpretation of IR, MS and NMR spectra of selected medicinal organic compounds.

a) Knowledge and understanding

b) Intellectual Skills

c) Professional and Practical Skills

d) General and transferable skills

Teaching and Learning Methods for special needs students

a) Assessment Methods

b) Assessment Schedule

c) Weighting of Assessment

a) Course Notes

b) Essential Books (Text Books)

c) Recommended Books

d) Scientific periodicals,bulletins,etc...

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