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CHEM 330

: Contemporary Organic Chemistry
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Topics in advanced organic chemistry, including the synthesis, reactions and uses of compounds containing phosphorus, selenium, boron and silicon. Organotransition metal chemistry. Asymmetric synthesis. Heterocyclic chemistry and pericyclic reactions. Laboratories emphasise synthetic and structural methods.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 230, 253
427

CHEM 340

: Advanced Analytical Chemistry
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Principles and applications of modern instrumental analytical chemistry. Statistical methods, quality control and assurance, sampling, instrumentation, chromatographic and other separation methods, spectrophotometric methods, electro-analytical methods.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 240, 252
428

CHEM 340

: Advanced Analytical Chemistry
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Principles and applications of modern instrumental analytical chemistry. Statistical methods, quality control and assurance, sampling, instrumentation, chromatographic and other separation methods, spectrophotometric methods, electro-analytical methods.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 240, 252
429

CHEM 340

: Advanced Analytical Chemistry
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Principles and applications of modern instrumental analytical chemistry. Statistical methods, quality control and assurance, sampling, instrumentation, chromatographic and other separation methods, spectrophotometric methods, electro-analytical methods.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 240, 252
430

CHEM 350

: Topics in Chemistry
2020 Semester One (1203)
Topics in modern chemistry. Students will select three of the modules offered, details of which are available in the School of Chemical Sciences Undergraduate Handbook.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II in Chemistry To complete this course students must enrol in CHEM 350 A and B, or CHEM 350
431

CHEM 351

: Chemicals Big and Small: Nano-material to Bio-macromolecules
2024 Semester One (1243)
Chemical materials are found with a broad range of shapes, sizes and physical properties. Students will study the synthesis of chemical materials; including polymeric materials using radical chemistry, inorganic materials and proteins and peptides using synthetic and biological chemical approaches. Methods to characterise materials will be investigated, including a range of physical and computational techniques giving insight into molecular interactions.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 30 points from CHEM 251, 252, 253
Restriction: CHEM 350
432

CHEM 351

: Chemicals Big and Small: Nano-material to Bio-macromolecules
2023 Semester One (1233)
Chemical materials are found with a broad range of shapes, sizes and physical properties. Students will study the synthesis of chemical materials; including polymeric materials using radical chemistry, inorganic materials and proteins and peptides using synthetic and biological chemical approaches. Methods to characterise materials will be investigated, including a range of physical and computational techniques giving insight into molecular interactions.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 30 points from CHEM 251, 252, 253
Restriction: CHEM 350
433

CHEM 351

: Chemicals Big and Small: Nano-material to Bio-macromolecules
2022 Semester One (1223)
Chemical materials are found with a broad range of shapes, sizes and physical properties. Students will study the synthesis of chemical materials; including polymeric materials using radical chemistry, inorganic materials and proteins and peptides using synthetic and biological chemical approaches. Methods to characterise materials will be investigated, including a range of physical and computational techniques giving insight into molecular interactions.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 30 points from CHEM 251, 252, 253
Restriction: CHEM 350
434

CHEM 351

: Chemicals Big and Small: Nano-material to Bio-macromolecules
2021 Semester One (1213)
Chemical materials are found with a broad range of shapes, sizes and physical properties. Students will study the synthesis of chemical materials; including polymeric materials using radical chemistry, inorganic materials and proteins and peptides using synthetic and biological chemical approaches. Methods to characterise materials will be investigated, including a range of physical and computational techniques giving insight into molecular interactions.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 30 points from CHEM 251, 252, 253
Restriction: CHEM 350
435

CHEM 360

: Contemporary Green Chemistry
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Covers topics central to contemporary Green Chemistry such as sustainable syntheses, energy production, catalysis, pollution control, and basic toxicology. The integral laboratory course provides valuable practical experience in relevant areas of the chemical sciences.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 260
436

CHEM 360

: Contemporary Green Chemistry
2023 Semester One (1233)
Covers topics central to contemporary Green Chemistry such as sustainable syntheses, energy production, catalysis, pollution control, and basic toxicology. The integral laboratory course provides valuable practical experience in relevant areas of the chemical sciences.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 260
437

CHEM 360

: Contemporary Green Chemistry
2022 Semester One (1223)
Covers topics central to contemporary Green Chemistry such as sustainable syntheses, energy production, catalysis, pollution control, and basic toxicology. The integral laboratory course provides valuable practical experience in relevant areas of the chemical sciences.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 260
438

CHEM 360

: Contemporary Green Chemistry
2021 Semester One (1213)
Covers topics central to contemporary Green Chemistry such as sustainable syntheses, energy production, catalysis, pollution control, and basic toxicology. The integral laboratory course provides valuable practical experience in relevant areas of the chemical sciences.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 260
439

CHEM 360

: Contemporary Green Chemistry
2020 Semester One (1203)
Covers topics central to contemporary Green Chemistry such as sustainable syntheses, energy production, catalysis, pollution control, and basic toxicology. The integral laboratory course provides valuable practical experience in relevant areas of the chemical sciences.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 260
440

CHEM 380

: Materials Chemistry
2024 Semester One (1243)
Synthesis, properties characterisation and applications of advanced materials. Includes a review of current trends in materials research. Important aspects of solid inorganic materials and organic polymers are covered.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 210, 220, 251, CHEMMAT 121
441

CHEM 380

: Materials Chemistry
2023 Semester One (1233)
Synthesis, properties characterisation and applications of advanced materials. Includes a review of current trends in materials research. Important aspects of solid inorganic materials and organic polymers are covered.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 210, 220, 251, CHEMMAT 121
442

CHEM 380

: Materials Chemistry
2022 Semester One (1223)
Synthesis, properties characterisation and applications of advanced materials. Includes a review of current trends in materials research. Important aspects of solid inorganic materials and organic polymers are covered.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 210, 220, 251, CHEMMAT 121
443

CHEM 380

: Materials Chemistry
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Synthesis, properties characterisation and applications of advanced materials. Includes a review of current trends in materials research. Important aspects of solid inorganic materials and organic polymers are covered.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: 15 points from CHEM 210, 220, 251, CHEMMAT 121
444

CHEM 390

: Medicinal Chemistry
2024 Semester One (1243)
Nature of cellular targets for drug action – lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA. Principles of molecular recognition. Enzymes and receptors as targets for drug action. DNA as a target for drug action. An overview of approaches to drug discovery and development. Structure-activity relationships, stereochemistry and drug action, prodrugs, drug solubilisation and delivery, drug metabolism and antibiotic resistance. Laboratories focus on the synthesis, computer modelling and biological testing of drugs.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a minimum of 165 points passed
445

CHEM 390

: Medicinal Chemistry
2023 Semester One (1233)
Nature of cellular targets for drug action – lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA. Principles of molecular recognition. Enzymes and receptors as targets for drug action. DNA as a target for drug action. An overview of approaches to drug discovery and development. Structure-activity relationships, stereochemistry and drug action, prodrugs, drug solubilisation and delivery, drug metabolism and antibiotic resistance. Laboratories focus on the synthesis, computer modelling and biological testing of drugs.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a minimum of 165 points passed
446

CHEM 390

: Medicinal Chemistry
2022 Semester One (1223)
Nature of cellular targets for drug action – lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA. Principles of molecular recognition. Enzymes and receptors as targets for drug action. DNA as a target for drug action. An overview of approaches to drug discovery and development. Structure-activity relationships, stereochemistry and drug action, prodrugs, drug solubilisation and delivery, drug metabolism and antibiotic resistance. Laboratories focus on the synthesis, computer modelling and biological testing of drugs.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a minimum of 165 points passed
447

CHEM 390

: Medicinal Chemistry
2021 Semester One (1213)
Nature of cellular targets for drug action – lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA. Principles of molecular recognition. Enzymes and receptors as targets for drug action. DNA as a target for drug action. An overview of approaches to drug discovery and development. Structure-activity relationships, stereochemistry and drug action, prodrugs, drug solubilisation and delivery, drug metabolism and antibiotic resistance. Laboratories focus on the synthesis, computer modelling and biological testing of drugs.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a minimum of 165 points passed
448

CHEM 390

: Medicinal Chemistry
2020 Semester One (1203)
Nature of cellular targets for drug action – lipids, proteins, enzymes, DNA. Principles of molecular recognition. Enzymes and receptors as targets for drug action. DNA as a target for drug action. An overview of approaches to drug discovery and development. Structure-activity relationships, stereochemistry and drug action, prodrugs, drug solubilisation and delivery, drug metabolism and antibiotic resistance. Laboratories focus on the synthesis, computer modelling and biological testing of drugs.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a minimum of 165 points passed
449

CHEM 392

: Issues in Drug Design and Development
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Intellectual property and patent law in the pharmaceutical industry. An overview of the legal and regulatory framework for drug design and development. Clinical trials: formulation of a drug; phase I, phase II and phase III protocols. An introduction to the principles involved in the Codes of Good Manufacturing Practice and Good Laboratory Practice (quality control and quality assurance procedures) as applied to the manufacture of drug products and the quantification of drugs and metabolites in biological fluids. Examples of drug development. Case studies of selected drugs from design to release.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a further 150 points passed
450

CHEM 392

: Issues in Drug Design and Development
2023 Semester One (1233)
Intellectual property and patent law in the pharmaceutical industry. An overview of the legal and regulatory framework for drug design and development. Clinical trials: formulation of a drug; phase I, phase II and phase III protocols. An introduction to the principles involved in the Codes of Good Manufacturing Practice and Good Laboratory Practice (quality control and quality assurance procedures) as applied to the manufacture of drug products and the quantification of drugs and metabolites in biological fluids. Examples of drug development. Case studies of selected drugs from design to release.
Subject: Chemistry
Prerequisite: CHEM 110 and a further 150 points passed