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Doctoral Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences Information
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Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Courses
Doctoral Studies in Organic Chemistry
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
529-0280-00LAnalytical Chemistry SeminarE-0 credits1KR. Zenobi
AbstractAnalytical Chemistry Seminar
ObjectivePresentation and discussion of current research topics in analytical chemistry
ContentPresentation and discussion of current research topics in analytical chemistry
529-0290-00LOrganic Chemistry (Seminar) Restricted registration - show details E-0 credits2SE. M. Carreira, J. W. Bode, H. Wennemers, R. Zenobi
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529-0299-00LOrganic ChemistryE-0 credits1.5KJ. W. Bode, E. M. Carreira, P. Chen, H. Wennemers, R. Zenobi
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529-1100-00LFragrance Chemistry
Does not take place this semester.
W1 credit1V
AbstractThe lecture provides a journey into the molecular world of scents from the chemical secrets behind Chanel N°5 to structure-odor relationships, industrial processes, and total synthesis of terpenoids. Each subunit is centered on one odorant family and highlights a certain class of chemical reactions, illustrated by prominent perfumery examples.
ObjectiveAfter completion of this lecture module the students know all the major perfumery materials of the important odor families with their academic and industrial syntheses, their olfactory properties, their usage, their historic perspective, and today's economic importance. The students can explain the significance of important building blocks and industrial transformations, and can estimate how attractive chemical processes are on large scale. They can retrosynthetically plan academic and industrial syntheses of fragrant compounds and terpenoids, and the acquired knowledge on structure-odor relationships enables them to predict and design new odorants. The students can approximate the conformational space of odorants and especially macrocycles on the basis of simple rules, and know how olfactophore models are used. The students understand and can explain the molecular mechanism of smell, the biosynthesis of terpenes, and the basics of perfumery composition. The latter enables them to further their education in perfumery at specialized Universities such as the ISIPCA in Versailles; yet, the student also knows about the links of Fragrance Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Chemistry and the Specialty Chemicals business in general.
LiteratureGünther Ohloff, Wilhelm Pickenhagen, Philip Kraft, 'Scent and Chemistry - The Molecular World of Odors', Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, Zurich, and Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012, 418 pages, ISBN 978-3-90639-066-6.
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