QUIM - Chemistry

QUIM-0000 Induction

The objective of this course is to familiarize students with university life. Inductions to the main departments with which students will interact with will be scheduled. In addition, students are expected to acquire good study habits by carrying out workshop for this purpose.

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3

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Giraldo Nohra Felipe

QUIM-1000 Introducción a la Quimica

The course introduces the basics of Chemistry, considering the main laws supporting it and its correct interpretation. At the end of the course, students will be able interpret correctly the concepts associated with stoichiometry and the basic concepts associated with chemical balance. It will also introduce chemical kinetics. The course will provide the necessary foundations for a good performance in the Experimental Chemistry course.      

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2

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Instructor

Cortes Montañez Maria

QUIM-1001A QUIM-1001A

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3

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QUIM-1004A QUIM-1004A

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QUIM-1005A Procesos del Envejecimiento: ¿Como Nos Envejecemos y Por Que?

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3

Instructor

Weston James

QUIM-1100 Hexagono

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0

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QUIM-1101 Quimica General

This course offers basic knowledge through which students will learn to use correctly the rules of inorganic nomenclature, solve stoichiometry problems, and implement the aforementioned concepts in processes of energy exchange taking place in chemical reactions and solution processes. It will also introduce the understanding of the atomic structure in the light of the quantum theory. Students will also learn basic concepts of topics related to chemical kinetics, chemical balance and basic notions of chemical thermodynamics.

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3

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QUIM-1102 Laboratorio de Química General

General Chemistry Laboratory includes practices with experiments with the objective of reinforcing the knowledge gained in the General Chemistry course. Experiments cover basic topics such as atomic structure, stoichiometry, calorimetry, gases, and chemical balance.

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1

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Riveros Santoya Diana

QUIM-1103 Química

This chemistry course, Chemistry 1103, is an introductory course. The objective is to have students understand the principal laws and concepts that make up chemistry.

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3

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Moreno Pirajan Juan

QUIM-1103C QUIM 1103C

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0

QUIM-1104 Laboratorio de Química

General Chemistry Laboratory includes practices with experiments with the objective of reinforcing the knowledge gained in the General Chemistry course. Experiments cover basic topics such as atomic structure, stoichiometry, calorimetry, gases, and chemical balance.

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0

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Lizarazo Castillo Carolina

QUIM-1105 Aplicaciones de la Química

This course, Applications of Chemistry, looks at the different roles of chemistry from an applied perspective, where the most important role is played by organic chemistry because of the high level of interest in this important branch of chemistry, both in the laboratory and in industry

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3

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QUIM-1105C QUIM 1105C

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0

QUIM-1106 Laboratorio de Aplicaciones de la Química

The laboratory of chemistry applications includes a series of experiments aimed at developing experimental skills related to separation and purification of chemical substances. Similarly, students will conduct basic experiments involving preparation, separation and purification of compounds, especially organic compounds.

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0

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Riveros Santoya Diana

QUIM-1110 Introducción a la Teoría de Átomos y Moléculas

Get the students to understand contemporary theories relative to the structure of atoms and molecules, understanding and separating fundamental notions from mere numerical approximations.

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3

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Villaveces Cardoso Jose

QUIM-1111 Química Experimental

The General Chemistry Laboratory course is intended to provide the students with the necessary skills to achieve proper performance in a Chemistry Lab. On the other hand, it intends to strengthen basic knowledge relative to stoichiometry and chemical balance.

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0

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QUIM-1210 Química Inorgánica I

It will address the periodical properties of elements, the different types of bonds (covalent, ionic, metallic), with their pertinent structures and related chemical behaviors, including the theory of molecular orbitals and oxidation-reduction reactions. It will also study the chemistry of anions and cations as an introduction to coordination chemistry (except for advanced theories of coordinative bonding), non-aqueous solvents, various theories of acidity, some specific acids and bases. In its second part, the course provides the students, in a descriptive fashion, with the behavior of chemical elements in the main groups and the transition groups, as well as the compounds that these make up.

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3

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Martinez Garcia Victor

QUIM-1211 Laboratorio de Química Inorganica I

Chemistry is basically an experimental science, and along with an understanding of the right theories to explain events, students should be familiar with and practice the procedures of handling and preparation. This first experimental course in Inorganic Chemistry teaches the most basic procedures that will be perfected and go onto more complicated procedures in courses to follow. In this course, students will experiment with substances that are easy to handle and prepare in order to learn the most elemental techniques, mainly aimed at learning a good system to work in the lab.

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1

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Instructor

Reiber Andreas

QUIM-1212 Química Inorgánica II

The course begins with an introduction to coordination chemistry, based on the discussion of various advanced theories on coordinative bonding, such as theory of Pauling, Crystal Field theory, spectro-chemical series, magnetic properties, model of molecular orbitals, including the types of bonds: donor & sigma, donor &pie, and acceptor &pie, complex reaction mechanisms, followed by the symmetry theory, specific groups, character tables, molecular vibrations, interpretation of electronic spectrum, Tanabe and Sugano diagrams, load transfer, and the kinetics of complex reactions. The second part addresses first of all the chemistry of organometallic compounds, this includes a reflection on the difference of elements in the s, p, d and f groups, the organometallic chemistry of elements in the main groups and the transition groups. A description is provided of complexes with different types of bonds, their reactivity and elementary reactions in organometallic chemistry such as: substitution, oxidative addition and reductive elimination, insertion and elimination, and reductive coupling. The course will be rounded up with a brief introduction to the applications of ergonometric compounds in the industry.

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3

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QUIM-1213 Laboratorio de Química Inorgánica II

The inorganic chemistry laboratory II provides students with the synthesis ability with respect to coordination and organometallic compounds. It analyzes the characteristic properties of synthesized compounds such as magnetic behavior, absorption of visible light and interpretation of UV/Vis spectrums, infrared, etc.

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2

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Martinez Garcia Victor

QUIM-1301 Química Orgánica

Organic Chemistry is without any doubt the science that by itself creates the objectives of its studying, based on the versatility of carbon as its main element. The course encompasses three large modules, in the first one, the student acquires knowledge of structural principles, bonding models, hybridation and molecular geometry, polarity, nomenclature in accordance with IUPAC, bonding rotation and stereochemistry, the second model involves studying fundamental mechanisms such as radical halogenation, SN! and SN2 substitution mechanisms and E1 and E2 elimination, which combined with other special mechanisms lead to the development of the third module related to the formation, reactivity and some spectroscopic characteristics of functional groups, from hydrocarbons to oxygenated compounds such as acids and its derivates.

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3

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Instructor

Quijano Celis Clara

QUIM-1301C QUIM 1301C

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0

QUIM-1302 Laboratorio de Química Orgánica

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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1

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Instructor

Garcia Cuello Vanessa

QUIM-1303 Fundamentos de Química Orgánica

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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3

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Martinez Garcia Victor

QUIM-1303C QUIM 1303C

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0

QUIM-1304 Laboratorio de Fundamentos de Quimica Orgánica

To have students successfully interpret IR, UV, and VIS molecule spectra using basic quantum mechanics methods. Course topics include: selected basics of quantum mechanics, UV and VIS spectra of simple atoms (H and He), IR spectra of simple molecules the vibration and rotation model, graduating from two atom molecules to more complex molecules, spectroscopy and chemical reactions, aspects of symmetry, group theory, reducible and irreducible representations, UV and VIS molecule spectra, the Frank-Condon principle, Fluorescence spectroscopy, lifetime of excited states, Raman spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, high temporal or spectral resolution.

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0

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Garcia Cuello Vanessa

QUIM-1310 Química Orgánica I

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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3

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QUIM-1311 Laboratorio de Química Orgánica I

This course students are introduced to the principles of Quantum Theory. These should help in understanding contemporary atomic and molecular structure and chemical reactivity theories. Following this, students are presented the hydrogen atom and multielectronic atom theories, so that they may assimilate basic concepts and understand the different approaches taken in the practical use of these concepts. Students will also learn to calculate the fundamental properties of molecules according to quantum theory, explore ideas regarding chemical bonds and molecular structure, and the main approaches in this area.

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1

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Lizarazo Castillo Carolina

QUIM-1412 Mitos y Química de Alimentos

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3

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QUIM-1413 Mitos y Verdades de Los Alimen

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3

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QUIM-1510 Fisicoquímica I

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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3

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QUIM-1511 Laboratorio de Fisicoquímica I

The laboratory aims at reinforcing fundamental concepts related to the definition of thermodynamic properties of chemical systems. Thus, students will develop skills in the setting their own physical chemical experiments and making correct interpretations of measures obtained in the laboratory.

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1

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QUIM-1512 Fisicoquímica II

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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3

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Cortes Montañez Maria

QUIM-1513 Laboratorio de Fisicoquímica II

To have students successfully interpret IR, UV, and VIS molecule spectra using basic quantum mechanics methods. Course topics include: selected basics of quantum mechanics, UV and VIS spectra of simple atoms (H and He), IR spectra of simple molecules the vibration and rotation model, graduating from two atom molecules to more complex molecules, spectroscopy and chemical reactions, aspects of symmetry, group theory, reducible and irreducible representations, UV and VIS molecule spectra, the Frank-Condon principle, Fluorescence spectroscopy, lifetime of excited states, Raman spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, high temporal or spectral resolution.

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1

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Fonseca Correa Rafael

QUIM-1618 Fundamentos de Análisis Químico

This course, Fundamentals of Chemical Analysis, provides students the necessary tools to interpret correctly experimental data. It also provides students all the foun- dation for the study and use of the main analytical techniques used in chemistry.

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3

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Sarria Mu?Oz Victor

QUIM-1618C QUIM 1618C

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0

QUIM-1619 Laboratorio de Fundamentos de Análisis Químico

This course complements theoretical studies of the course on Chemical Analysis. It develops motor skills that facilitate work in the chemistry laboratory. It develops strategies to judge objectively the results of an analysis. It introduces students in the use of instrumental analytical techniques.

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0

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Gomez Cruz Rigoberto

QUIM-2001 Principios de la Química

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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2

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Alvarez Lopez Guillermo

QUIM-2312 Química Orgánica II

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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3

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Portilla Salinas Jaime

QUIM-2313 Laboratorio de Química Orgánica II

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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1

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QUIM-2314 Química Orgánica III

To have students successfully interpret IR, UV, and VIS molecule spectra using basic quantum mechanics methods. Course topics include: selected basics of quantum mechanics, UV and VIS spectra of simple atoms (H and He), IR spectra of simple molecules the vibration and rotation model, graduating from two atom molecules to more complex molecules, spectroscopy and chemical reactions, aspects of symmetry, group theory, reducible and irreducible representations, UV and VIS molecule spectra, the Frank-Condon principle, Fluorescence spectroscopy, lifetime of excited states, Raman spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, high temporal or spectral resolution.

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3

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QUIM-2518 Fundamentos de Fisicoquímica

Addressed specifically to biological science students, this course presents an ample vision of concepts and applications of chemistry from the perspective of its physical fundamentals. Metabolic processes constitute the paradigm of applications of thermodynamics regarding energy conversions, which through coupled chemical reactions keep systems away from balance, becoming thus the support of life. It also studies quantitative models of transportation of matter and energy and of chemical kinetics. Maintaining a non-specialist level, in physical aspects of interaction phenomena between energy and matter, it also studies basic elements of these interactions, through quantum mechanics, statistics and spectroscopic methods.

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3

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QUIM-2518C QUIM 2518C

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0

QUIM-2519 Laboratorio de Fundamentos de Fisicoquímica

Programmed practices cover aspects related to manipulation of instruments to measure physical properties, as well as the use of calculations tools that enable simple simulations, which show the variation of certain parameters according to variables defined through phenomena relations through theoretical postulates. These practical activities cover most of the issues described in the theory course.

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0

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Gomez Cruz Rigoberto

QUIM-2620 Química Analítica I

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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3

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Cortes Montañez Maria

QUIM-2621 Laboratorio de Química Analítica I

This course students are introduced to the principles of Quantum Theory. These should help in understanding contemporary atomic and molecular structure and chemical reactivity theories. Following this, students are presented the hydrogen atom and multielectronic atom theories, so that they may assimilate basic concepts and understand the different approaches taken in the practical use of these concepts. Students will also learn to calculate the fundamental properties of molecules according to quantum theory, explore ideas regarding chemical bonds and molecular structure, and the main approaches in this area.

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0

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Fonseca Correa Rafael

QUIM-2622 Química Analítica II

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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3

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QUIM-2623 Laboratorio de Química Analítica II

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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0

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QUIM-2624 Extracción - Separación

To have students successfully interpret IR, UV, and VIS molecule spectra using basic quantum mechanics methods. Course topics include: selected basics of quantum mechanics, UV and VIS spectra of simple atoms (H and He), IR spectra of simple molecules the vibration and rotation model, graduating from two atom molecules to more complex molecules, spectroscopy and chemical reactions, aspects of symmetry, group theory, reducible and irreducible representations, UV and VIS molecule spectra, the Frank-Condon principle, Fluorescence spectroscopy, lifetime of excited states, Raman spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, high temporal or spectral resolution.

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3

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Quijano Celis Clara

QUIM-2625 Laboratorio de Extracción - Separación

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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1

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Peñalta Bohorquez Andres

QUIM-2626 Quimiometría

This course students are introduced to the principles of Quantum Theory. These should help in understanding contemporary atomic and molecular structure and chemical reactivity theories. Following this, students are presented the hydrogen atom and multielectronic atom theories, so that they may assimilate basic concepts and understand the different approaches taken in the practical use of these concepts. Students will also learn to calculate the fundamental properties of molecules according to quantum theory, explore ideas regarding chemical bonds and molecular structure, and the main approaches in this area.

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2

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Baumann Wolfram

QUIM-3012 Seminario Avanzado

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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3

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Baumann Wolfram

QUIM-3013 Laboratorio de Quimica Avanzada

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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3

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Reiber Andreas

QUIM-3014 Proyecto de Grado

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1

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QUIM-3214 Quimica Inorgánica Iii

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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3

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Reiber Andreas

QUIM-3215 Laboratorio: Quimica Inorgánica Iii

This course students are introduced to the principles of Quantum Theory. These should help in understanding contemporary atomic and molecular structure and chemical reactivity theories. Following this, students are presented the hydrogen atom and multielectronic atom theories, so that they may assimilate basic concepts and understand the different approaches taken in the practical use of these concepts. Students will also learn to calculate the fundamental properties of molecules according to quantum theory, explore ideas regarding chemical bonds and molecular structure, and the main approaches in this area.

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1

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Reiber Andreas

QUIM-3230 QUIM-3230

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QUIM-3310 QUIM-3310

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QUIM-3315 Laboratorio de Quimica Orgánica Iii

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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2

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Portilla Salinas Jaime

QUIM-3401 Bioquímica

To have students successfully interpret IR, UV, and VIS molecule spectra using basic quantum mechanics methods. Course topics include: selected basics of quantum mechanics, UV and VIS spectra of simple atoms (H and He), IR spectra of simple molecules the vibration and rotation model, graduating from two atom molecules to more complex molecules, spectroscopy and chemical reactions, aspects of symmetry, group theory, reducible and irreducible representations, UV and VIS molecule spectra, the Frank-Condon principle, Fluorescence spectroscopy, lifetime of excited states, Raman spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, high temporal or spectral resolution.

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3

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Weston James

QUIM-3402 Laboratorio de Bioquimica

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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1

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QUIM-3514 Espectroscopia y Química Cuántica

This course offers basic principles and a study of the primary metabolites involved in cellular biochemical processes. Students will carry out practices to illustrate such things as analytical separation methods in applied to biochemical problems, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography, characterization methods, protein and DNA electrophoresis, quantitative analysis methods, spectrophotometry, radioimmunometric techniques, and flow cytometry.

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3

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Weston James

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QUIM-3516 Química Computacional

This course seeks to foster an interest in the study of natural products of vegetable origin, providing students with the necessary information to comprehend the extraction, purification, and identification processes of primary and secondary metabolites in plants, and to relate the chemical structure of diverse compounds and their biological activity. The methodology used allows students to determine the composition of several of these compounds and their possible biosynthetic routes.

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3

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Weston James

QUIM-3530 QUIM-3530

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QUIM-3900 Trabajo de Grado

To have students successfully carry out quantum mechanics calculations in order to study the structure of molecules and mechanisms in chemical reactions. This course seeks to familiarize students with the computer software most commonly used today by researchers. Course content will include: molecular orbital methods, the Hartree-Fock-Roothaan theory , calculation with small molecules such as water, methane, ammonia, etc., energy calculations in larger molecules, organic molecules with 10-20 carbon atoms, heteroatoms, the theory of potential energy surface, optimization of geometries, recovery of nuclear movement in light of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, vibrational analysis, supermolecules and chemical reactivity, the transition state theory, the study of reaction mechanisms using quantum mechanical methods, CI and DFT methods.

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3

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QUIM-3997 QUIM-3997

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QUIM-4100 Taller de Investigación

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4

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QUIM-4150 Seminario I

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4

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QUIM-4165 Seminario II

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4

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QUIM-4220 Cristalografía Aplicaciones en Química

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4

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QUIM-4230 QUIM-4230

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QUIM-4250 Química Orgánica - Inorgánica

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4

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QUIM-4300 Síntesis de Compuestos Heterocíclicos

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4

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Portilla Salinas Jaime

QUIM-4310 QUIM-4310

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QUIM-4350 Estereoquímica y Selectividad de Las Reacciones Orgánicas

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4

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QUIM-4400 Bioquímica - Fitoquímica

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4

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QUIM-4420 La Búsqueda de Sustancias Biológicamente Activas en Productos Naturales

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4

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QUIM-4510 Química Cuántica - Fisicoquímica

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4

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QUIM-4530 QUIM-4530

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QUIM-4600 Química Analítica - Ambiental

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4

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QUIM-4900 Tesis I

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6

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QUIM-4950 Tesis II

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6

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QUIM-6961 Proyecto Dirigido

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4

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QUIM-6970 Examen de Candidatura

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QUIM-6971 Pasantía

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QUIM-6975 Examen de Conocimientos

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QUIM-6981 Tesis 1 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6982 Tesis 2 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6983 Tesis 3 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6984 Tesis 4 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6985 Tesis 5 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6986 Tesis 6 (Doctorado)

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12

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QUIM-6987 QUIM-6987

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QUIM-6990 Sustentación de Tesis Doctoral

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QUIM-6997 Pasantía Estudiantes Externos

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