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COURSE INFORMATION

Code : CHM622
Course : Organic Spectroscopy
Level : Degree
SLT : 80
Credit Unit : 2
Contact Hour : Lecture (2hrs/week)
Part : 5
Course Status : Core
Prerequisite : None

Course Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Apply and explain the principles of IR, NMR, mass spectrometry and hyphenated techniques in
structure determination of organic compounds (LO1,LO3,C3).

2. Interpret IR, 1H, 13C NMR and mass spectra of organic compounds individually or in combination
(LO3,C4)

3. Elucidate structures of organic compounds from conjoint IR-UV-Vis-NMR-MS spectra


(LO3,LO4,C5)
Course Description
This course deals primarily with the spectroscopic methods used for structure determination of organic
compounds, namely, infrared spectroscopy (IR), nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR),
ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis) as well as mass spectrometry (MS). Hyphenated techniques
such as GC-MS and LC-MS are also discussed. Instructional methods include lectures and
cooperative learning. The outcomes shall be assessed through a variety of tools which include
quizzes, examination and assignments.

Teaching Methodology Textbook:


Lectures D.L. Pavia, G.M. Lampman, G.S.Kriz and
Problem-Based Learning- J.R.Vyvyan. 4th Edition 2009, Introduction to
online problems Spectroscopy: A Guide for Students of Organic
Laboratory Demonstrations Chemistry, Brooks/Cole

Assessment References
 Coursework : 60% 1. Crews, P.R., and Jaspars, M. (2009), Organic
 Tests : 30% Structure Analysis, 2nd Edition, Oxford University
 Quizzes : 15% Press.
 Assignment : 15% 2. Skoog, D.A., Holler, F.J. and Crouch S.R. (2007),
 Final Exam: 40% Principles of Instrumental Analysis, 6th Edition,
Thomson Brooks/Cole 2007

Lecturer/Instructor: Websites
www.cem.msu.edu ; www.chem.uic.edu
DR SITI NOR ATIKA BINTI BAHARIN
CHM 622: ORGANIC SPECTROSCOPY (AS202)
SEMESTER SEPT 2017–JAN 2018
LESSON PLAN
WEEK DATE TOPIC HRS ASSMNT
1 11/9-15/9 1.0 Molecular Formulas
Index of hydrogen deficiency 2
Review of principles of IR spectroscopy (IR Tutor)
2 18/9-22/9 2.0 Applications of IR Spectroscopy 2
A Survey of The Important Functional Groups with Examples
Factors That Influence the C=O Stretching Vibration
3 25/9-29/9 Infrared Problems 1 ASGN 1

3.0 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy 1


NMR phenomenon
4 2/10-6/10 Chemical Shift and its Measurement 2 QUIZ 1

Factors influencing chemical shift;


Proton NMR Spectroscopy ; Spin-Spin Splitting
5 9/10-13/10 NMR Spectroscopy problems based on IR and 1H NMR, 2 ASGN 2
(SUBMIT)

16/10-20/10 MID SEMESTER BREAK


6 23/10-27/10 Carbon-13 NMR Spectroscopy ; Sample Carbon-13 Spectra 2 Test 1
7 30/10-3/11 Spin-spin coupling; tree diagrams 2 ASGN 3
1H NMR Spectra and Use of Coupling Constants;

8 6/11-10/11 NMR Spectroscopy problems based on IR and 1H NMR and 13C 2 QUIZ 2
NMR

9 13/11-17/11 4.0 Mass Spectrometry ASGN 4


Theory; Instrumentation (SUBMIT)

10 20/11-24/11 Rule of Thirteen; Mass Spectrometry problems 2 TEST 2

11 27/11-1/12 5.0 UV-Vis Spectroscopy 2 ASGN 5

12 4/12-8/12 6.0 Conjoint IR-UV/VIS-NMR-MS problems 2 QUIZ 3

13 11/12-15/12 Conjoint IR-UV/Vis-NMR-MS problems 2 ASGN 6


(SUBMIT)

14 18/12-22 Revision 2 TEST 3

STUDY WEEK

FINAL EXAMINATION