Subject dedicated to the work of Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, with special emphasis on: separation techniques, isolation and purification; reactivity, synthesis and characterization of organic compounds.
1. Changes in contents.
There are no modifications.
- Teaching methodologies that are maintained:
All (initial activities, supervised projects, laboratory practices and mixed test).
* Teaching methodologies that are modified:
All the methodologies are adapted to the hybrid or non face-to-face modality through Moodle and Teams and the programming established in the coordination calendar of the Center is maintained.
- The interviews (individual or collective) of the supervised projects are mantained and will be held through Teams. Before the interviews students must prepare and hand in reports of the preparatory work through Moodle. In the interviews the experimental details (procedures and relative questions to the security in the laboratory) will be discussed and the teacher will resolve the doubts that may arise and will evaluate the preparatory work done.
- In the laboratory practices, the students will prepare the laboratory notebook for the programmed experiences, including (1) corrections to the preparatory work that may be derived from the interviews, (2) description of the experimental procedures required for the preparation and purification of compounds, (3) answers to the questions of the scripts and (4) interpretations for the spectra of the compounds involved in the experiments. The laboratory notebook will be delivered through Moodle.
- The Mixed Test will consist of an individual manuscript exam carried out through Moodle and, if allowed by the coordination schedules, may be performed during the school period.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students.
The personalized monitoring will be carried out at the request of the students and, as far as possible, at the time established for the tutorials, through email, the Moodle platform or the Teams tool. For students with part-time dedication or specific learning modalities or diversity support, personalized attention will be provided within the flexibility allowed by coordination schedules and material and human resources.
4. Modifications in the evaluation.
The contributions to the final grade of the evaluable methodologies are not modified.
* Evaluation observations: all the observations included in the teaching guide are kept.
5. Modifications of the bibliography or webgraphy.
No modifications are made, all the necessary materials will be available in Moodle or through access to the electronic resources available in the Center Library.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.