This matter is basic in the specialty Synthetic Chemistry because it studies the reactivity of organometallic compounds and their applications in synthesis and catalysis. The concepts addressed in this matter are useful in others of other modules such as Chemical Structure and Reactivity, Nanochemistry and New Materials and Biological Chemistry.
This matter is related to others such as Organometallic Compounds and Advanced Coordination Chemistry, which cover general aspects of the structure and reactivity of the organometallic compounds and the coordination metal complexes.
The use of organometallic compounds and catalysis by transition metals are fundamental tools of today's synthetic chemistry, both in their academic and industrial aspects. The current organic synthesis involves the development of more selective and sustainable processes, objectives for which organometallic compounds and catalysis are frequently required.
1. Modifications to the contents
- No changes will be made.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
- Guest lecture / keynote speech
- Mixed objective/subjective test
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
- All teaching methodologies will be carried out through Teams.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
- Email: permanent.
- Moodle: Daily; according to the needs of the students.
- Teams: Master sessions, seminars, tutorials (2-6 h/week).
4. Modifications in the evaluation
- Seminar: 60%
The continuous evaluation will have a weight of 60% in the qualification of the subject and will consist of the following components: problem solving and practical cases, questions during the courses and attendance and participation. It goes from 40% to 60%.
- Mixed objective/subjective test: 40%
Mixed test that will be about the contents explained. Common to the rest of the universities participating in the master. It goes from 60% to 40%.
The mixed test will consist of a set of questions through Moodle or Forms to answer in a certain time.
There are no minimum restrictions in the evaluated sections.
If the students had difficulties in taking the mixed test, they would use phone calls or use an asynchronous evaluation method.
Students with recognition of part-time dedication and academic exemption from attendance exemption: preparation of supervised works (60%) and mixed test (40%).
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
There are no modifications to the bibliography.
(*)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.