Organic chemistry is a discipline that deals with the structure, properties, and reactions of organic molecules and materials. This field is based on general knowledge about the structure of organic molecules, methods for their synthesis and structural analysis, empirical relationships between their structures and chemical behavior, and methods of organic quantum chemistry and molecular modeling. Working in this field includes preparation of new organic compounds, studies of their chemical reactivity and stereochemical behavior, exploring the mechanisms of chemical reactions, monitoring chemical kinetics, and structural determination of new chemical entities using advanced physico-chemical methods, such as nuclear magnetic resonance, infrared spectroscopy, absorption, emission and Raman spectroscopies, mass spectrometry, X-ray diffraction analysis or chromatographic methods.
The field of organic chemistry offers education at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral study levels and participation in specialized courses and research projects carried out within the research groups at the Department of Chemistry.
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