Aims of the course:
The objective of the present course is to establish an interactive approach in determining the structure of a new chemical entity. It is addressing postgraduate Pharmacy students in the teaching cycle of their studies and, therefore, it is prerequisite for their scientific evolvement.
The present course will establish the thesis that the postgraduate Pharmacy should be able to use the central principles of spectroscopy in determining the structure of organic molecules. The analysis of the spectrometric data of organic molecules teaches something more than just structural analytical chemistryorganic synthesis – it teaches analytical intelligence as well.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Utilization of spectrometric, chromatographic, computational, and other relevant techniques in order to determine the structure or to isolate molecules of pharmaceutical interest.
Additional bibliography for study
1. R.M Silverstain, T.C. Morril, C. Bassler, “Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds”, 2005, ISBN: 0-471-39362-2.
2. C. Hansch, A.Leo, D. Hoekman, “Exploring QSAR. Hydrophobic, Electronic, and Steric Constants”, 1995, ISBN: 0-8412-2991-0.