Content of Course for Chemistry MSc Program
- KIM 701 Coordination Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, Description of donor-acceptor, nonmetal acids and bases, strength of acids and bases, Solubility of acids and bases, Acids and bases of organic solvents, transition metal ions and molecular orbital theory, electronic spectra of transition metal complexes.
- KIM 702 Spectroscopic Techniques (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction to Spectroscopy, Quantisation and Molecular Energy Orbitals, Electronic Transition Probability and Rules, UV-Vis Spectroscopy, Infrared Spectroscopy, Molecular Electronic Spectroscopy.
- KIM703 Advanced Chemical Kinetics I (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Principles of reaction kinetics, Kinetics of homogeneous reactions, Kinetics of heterogeneous catalytic reactions, transport phenomena for gas-solid reactions, Physical properties of catalysts.
- KIM704 Advanced Chemical Kinetics II (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Analysis of noncatalytic gas-solid reactions, Catalyst deactivation, Design and analysis of chemical reactors.
- KIM 705 Natural Compounds Chemistry I (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Chemistry of Nucleic Acids, Chemistry of Proteins, Purification of Proteins, Chemical and Physical Features of Proteins, Biocatalysis, Study of Enzymes, Functional and Structural Properties of Nucleic Acids and Study Methods, General Information on Natural Products like Antibiotics.
- KIM 706 Natural Compounds Chemistry II (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Chemistry of Carbohydrates, Chemistry of Lipids, Enzymatic Reaction Kinetics, Chemistry of Physiologically Active Compounds like Antibiotics and Hormones.
- KIM711 Organic Synthesis (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Factors in design of synthesis, Carbon-carbon bond formation, Functional group interconversions, Stereochemistry, Retro-synthesis.
- KIM712 Heterocyclic Compounds (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction: Uses of heterocyclic compounds, Aromatic and non-aromatic heterocycles, Ring synthesis, Six-membered ring compounds with one heteroatom, Five-membered ring compounds with one heteroatom, Six-membered ring compounds with two or more heteroatoms, Five-membered ring compounds with two or more heteroatoms, Three- and four-membered ring compounds, Seven-membered ring compounds.
- KIM715 Biyobozunur Polimerler (3-0-3) 6 AKTS
Classification of polymers, Natural polymers (chitin, chitosan, cellulose, guar gum (polysaccharides)), synthetic polymers, biodegradability, synthetic biodegradable polymers, Polylactic acid, poly(e-caprolactone), Polyglycolic acid, Polybutylene terephthalate, Bacterial polyesters.
- KIM 716 Block and graft copolymers (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Types of block copolymers. Microstructure characteristics of block/graft copolymers. Synthesis of block/graft copolymers. Macroinitiators. Block/graft copolymers via free radical, condensation and ionic polymerization. Block/graft copolymers via anionic-cationic, anionic (or cationic)-free radical combination routes. Characterization of block/graft copolymers. Fractional precipitation, mechanical, thermal and viscoelastic behaviors of block/graft copolymers.
- KIM 718 Organometallic Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Synthesis of d and f group organometallic compounds, their structures and nomenclature, chemical reactions, properties, oxidation sates, binding properties around the central atom, ligand derivatives.
- KIM 719 Physical Chemistry of Polymer (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions, Flory-Huggins Theory, Flory-Krigbaum Theory, Solution of the Polymers and Factors influence on Solubility of The Polymers, Determination of Solubility Parameter, Phase Rule, Ө (theta) State and Ө Temperature of Polymers, Viscosity of Diluted Polymer Solutions, Polymer-Solvent Phase Diagrams, Determination of Molecular Weight and Molecular Weight Distribution, Light-Scattering, Dynamic Light-Scattering, X-Ray Crystallography.
- KIM 720 Polymer Modification and Characterization (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Fundamental Reactions used in Polymer Modification, Free Radical, Anionic, Cationic, Coordination and Condensation Polymerizations, New Polymer Design, Functional Polymer and Monomers, Block Copolymer Synthesis, Ring Opening Polymerization, Synthesis of Polyesters via Bacteria, Thermal, Chemical, and Spectroscopic Characterizations of Polymers, Differential Scanning Calorimeter, Fractional Precipitation, TEM, IR, UV and NMR.
- KIM 721 Drug Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Targets And Biological Mechanisms of Drugs and Their Properties, Structure of Proteins, Enzymes, Receptors, Nucleic Acids, Techniques in Drug Development, Drug Dynamics and Distribution.
- KIM722 Organic Electrochemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Main principles in Electrochemistry; Reduction and oxidation reactions of organic substances by the electrochemical ways; Cyclic voltammetry; Electrolysis; Polymerization techniques by electrochemical ways.
- KIM 723 Polymer Degradation (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Degradation types for polymers; Identification of chemical, physical and mechanical changes at polymeric materials after degradation; Stabilization ways against degradation; Industrial problems subjected from degradation
- KIM 727 DNA Technology I (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
The roots of DNA research, The double helix, DNA in Action, Foundations of DNA technology, Methods of DNA technology, Pharmaceutical products of DNA technology.
- KIM 728 DNA Technology II (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
DNA analysis and diagnosis, Gene therapy, Medical forensics and DNA sleuthing, The agricultural revolution, transgenic animals, The human genome.
- KIM 729 Advanced Coal Chemistry And Technologies (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Classification Of Coal, Physical Properties Of Coal, Chemical Properties Of Coal, Thermal Properties Of Coal, Petrography Of Coal, Coal Preparation, Desulfurization Of Coal, Coal Liquefaction, Gasification Of Coal, Underground Gasification Of Coal, Coking Of Coal, Pyrolysis Of Coal, Briquetting Of Coal, Coal And Environment.
- KIM 730 Chemical Enrichment Technology (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Classifying Of Chemical Enrichment Methods, Flotation, Flotation Reactants, Zeta Potentiometer, Effect Of Parameters, Flocculation, Effect Parameters Of Flocculation, Floating And Sinking Methods, Leaching Method , Crystallizations.
- KIM 731 Chemical Bonds (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Student will learn types of hybridization and will learn species of bond theories.
- KIM 732 Chromatographic Techniques (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction to chromatography and introduce basic concepts, Introduction to chromatographic separation techniques, theory of the chromatographic separation, mathematical expression, Thin Layer Chromatography, Paper Chromatography, column chromatography, gas chromatography, , columns and detectors and applications, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), Injection systems, Pumps, columns and detectors. Supercritical Fluid Chromatography and applications, Electrophoresis.
- KIM 733 Green Chemistry and Applications (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
To inform the student about environmentally friendly chemical compounds.
- KIM 734 Metal Catalyzed Cross Coupling Reactions (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Student will learn cross - coupling reactions and feature of catalysts which are using in cross coupling reactions.
- KIM 735 Method Validation in Analytical Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Importance and steps of chemical analysis, Method selection in chemical analysis, Method validation, Method validation parameters (Accuracy, sensitivity, selectivity, repeatability, reproducibility, limit of detection, limit of quantification, linearity, range, robustness), Errors in Chemical Analysis and sources, Basic statistics for data evaluation, Basic criteria for the laboratory accreditation, Reporting results of analysis.
- KIM 736 Chemical Applications of Group Theory (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Student will learn definitions and basic theorems of molecular symmetry and groups.
- KIM 744 Advanced Chemical Thermodynamics (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Thermodynamics of ideal and real gaseous and liquid mixtures. Activity, activity coefficient. Calculation of thermodynamic quantities and system properties. Equilibrium for ideal and real mixtures. Refrigeration cycles. Thermodynamic properties of processes.
- KIM 763 Chemical and Biosynthetic Modification Reactions of Microbial Polyesters (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Types of biodegradable polymers. Biosynthesis of bacterial polyesters. Types of bacterial polyesters. Properties of bacterial polyesters. Biosynthetic modification of bacterial polyesters. Chemical modification of bacterial polyester. Transesterification. Hydroxylation, carboxylation, halogenation and PEGylation of bacterial polyesters. Chemical and mechanical properties of modified bacterial polyesters.
- KIM 765 Catalysis and Catalytic Process (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Analysis of the kinetics of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalytic reactions, mechanisms, kinetics and phase behavior, application of collision and transition state theories to the estimation of rate constants and calculation of rates over energetically nonuniform surfaces. Discussion of the chemical and physical properties of solid surfaces that influence catalytic reactions, and illustration of concepts of catalytic behavior with specific examples from catalytic cracking, reforming, oxidation, and hydrodesulfurization, homogeneous hydrogenation; catalysis by metals; homogeneous oxidation; catalysis by metal oxides; catalytic polymerization; acid-base catalysis.
- KIM 767 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, Resonance Phenomena, Chemical Shifts, Spin-Spin Splitting in 1H-NMR Spectra, Spin-Spin Splitting to Different Protons, Spin Systems: Dynamic NMR Spectroscopy.
- KIM 768 High Resolution NMR (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, Absorption and Resonance, Pulse NMR Spectroscopy, Chemical Shift, 13C Chemical Shifts of Organic Compounds, Spin-Spin Coupling, Multiple-Pulse NMR Experiments, Two-Dimensional (2D) NMR Spectroscopy (COSY, HETKOR, HMBC, 2D-NOESY).
- KIM 769 Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization Techniques (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Controlled/”Living” Radical Polymerization (CRP), Properties of Controlled/”Living” Radical Polymerization, Techniques of Controlled/”Living” Radical Polymerization, Nitroxide Mediated Polymerization (NMP), Reversible Addition Fragmentation Transfer Polymerization (RAFT), Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization (ATRP), Normal ATRP, Reverse ATRP, Literature study.
- KIM 770 New Techniques and Applications in Polymer Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Experimental techniques in high-vacuum anionic polymerization. Handling chemicals safely. Safe and convenient procedure for solvent purification. Click reactions. Applications of click reactions for the synthesis of new polymers. Controlled radical polymerization. ATR, RAFT and nitroxy mediated polymerization reactions. Inorganic-organic hybrid polymers. Amphiphilic polymers.
- KIM771 Special Polymers (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Synthetic Polymers, Synthesis of Polymers, Controlled Free Radical Polymerization, Cationic Polymerization, Topology of Polymers, Block/Graft Copolymers, Amphihilic Polymers, Block/Graft Copolymers with Carrying Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Groups, Thermosensitive Polymers, Ph Sensitive Polymers, Nanocomposites, Electrical, Magnetic and Optic Properties of Nanocomposites, Electrospining, Producing of Nanofibers
- KIM772 Chemistry and Life (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
The Place of Chemicals in Our Daily Life, Key terms, The Ingredients and Characteristics of Chemicals Used in Houses for Various Purposes, The Production Stages of Various Chemicals in Industry.
- KIM 774 Thermosensitive and pH Sensitive Water-soluble Copolymers (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
General properties of water soluble polymers, stimuli-responsive association concept, synthesis and characterization of thermosensitive copolymers, doubly thermosensitive copolymers, synthesis of block copolymers with blocks displaying LCST and UCST, synthesis and characterization of thermosensitive and pH sensitive copolymers.
- KIM 797 M.Sc. Seminar (0 2 0) 3 ECTS
The Course offers the M.Sc. students to prepare a text with a proper format by investigating literatures and to give an oral presentation to their departmental academic staff. The oral presentations enable the students to gain ability in interactively transferring knowledge and discussion.
- KIM 798 M.Sc. Field of Specialization (2 0 0) 15 ECTS
This is a theorical course offered in semester, semester break and summer terms followed by appointment of the advisor for M.Sc. students. It provides M.Sc. students to obtain scientific ethic and discipline.
- KIM 799 M.Sc. Thesis Research (0 1 0) 15 ECTS
This is a practical course offered in year, semester, semester break and summer terms followed by appointment of the advisor for M.Sc. students.
Content of Course for Chemistry PhD Program
- KIM 813 Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, reaction kinetics in solution , Reaction mechanisms and rates, Activation parameters , the methods for reaction kinetics, classification of reaction mechanism, ligand substitution reaction in square-planar complexes, substitution reactions in octahedral complexes.
- KIM 814 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Ligand field stabilization energy, Electronic configurations and spectrum, Electronic transition energy polyatomic molecules, MOT for polyatomic molecules, orbitals and symmetry.
- KIM 821 Air Pollution And Control (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, Causes and effects of air pollution, Effects of meteorological conditions on air pollution, Effects of fuel preparation and fuel exchange technologies on air pollution, Burning systems, Flue gas removal systems, Emissions from motor vehicles and reducing technologies, Air pollution analysis methods.
- KIM 823 Advanced Analytical Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Concentrations of solutions and chemical reactions. Chemical equilibrium. Reaction rate and the advantage of chemical equilibrium. Acid-base reactions and their analytical applications. Buffer solutions. Hydrolysis and Salts. Chromatographic separation techniques and their application areas. Evaluation of the analytical data. Stoichiometric calculations. Derivatisation reactions and their analytical applications.
- KIM 824 Analytical Techniques in Environmental Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Collection and preservation of samples. Preparation of samples for analysis. Isolation and purification techniques and their application areas. Liquid-liquid extraction. Solid-liquid extraction. Solid-phase extracion. Chromatographic analysis. Preparation of samples for the chromatographic analysis. Derivatisation reactions and their analytical applications. Alkylation reactions. Acylation reactions. Silylation reactions. Evaluation and interpretation of the analysis results.
- KIM 826 Surface-Active Agents (Surfactants) (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Description and properties, classification, formulation, uses and analysis of surfactants.
- KIM 833 Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction to stereochemistry, Stereoisomers, Configuration, Properties and separation of stereoisomers, Stereochemistry of alkenes, Conformation of acyclic and cyclic molecules, Stereoselective synthesis.
- KIM 834 Bioorganic Chemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction to bioorganic chemistry, Monosaccharides, Peptides and proteins, Nucleic acids, Steroids, Prostaglandins.
- KIM 835 Organic Chemistry Reaction Mechanisms (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Basic concepts, Basic reactions-nucleophilic substitution reactions, elimination reaction, Addition reaction, Reactive intermediates, pericyclic reaction.
- KIM 842 Inorganic Polymers (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Definitions and properties of inorganic polymers, preparation of polymers with different pattern structures, applications of inorganic polymers in technology, polyphosphates, ultra-phosphates, silica glasses, borax glasses.
- KIM 844 Principles Of Adsorption And Adsorption Processes (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction, Principles of adsorption, adsorption equilibrium, adsorption kinetics, dynamics of adsorption column, pressure swing adsorption, equilibrium theory of pressure swing adsorption, industrial applications of adsorption prosesses.
- KIM 851 Advanced Biochemistry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Introduction And Importance of The Topic, Basic Rules And Equations, Metabolism, Biocatalysis, Basic Elements of The Organism, Bioenrgy, Vitamins and Hormons, Metabolic Routes, Biochemical Adaptation.
- KIM 853 Advanced Organic Chemistry I (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Localized Chemical Bonding; Delocalized Chemical Bonding; Bonding Weaker than Covalent; Stereochemistry; Carbocations, Carbanions, Free Radicals, Carbens, and Nitrenes; Organic Acids and Bases; Effects of Structure on Reactivity.
- KIM 856 Organometallic Reaction Mechanisms (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Basic definitions, Metal-carbon bonds: organometallic compounds having s-bonding , Metal-Alkene compounds (synthesis, properties of the bonding, their reactions), diene complexes and organometallic reactions, reactions of homogeneous catalysts.
- KIM 858 Advanced Organic Chemistry II (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Aliphatic Nucleophilic Substitution; Aromatic Electrophilic Substitution; Addition to Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bonds; Addition to Carbon-Hetero Multiple Bonds; Eliminations; Rearrangements; Oxidation and Reductions.
- KIM 861 Transition Metals in Supramolecular Chemsitry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Controlling the self-assembly processes in supramolecular chemistry by the ligands and metal ions, Helical structures, supramolecular function, polynuclear transition metals, 3d-metals, polymetallic complexes, Rotaxanes, Metallomesogens, Metal ion directed self-assembly processes.
- KIM 891 Structure Identification With Mass Spectrometry (3 0 3) 6 ECTS
Description of mass spectrometry. Electron impact and chemical ionization techniques. Identification of moleculer structure. Molecular fragmentation types and fragmentation mechanisms. Molecular fragmentation of compounds containing functional groups. Mass spectra and structure evaluation. Types of mass spectrometry. Gas Chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS).
- KIM 897 Ph.D. Seminar (0 2 0) 3 ECTS
The Course offers the Ph.D. students to prepare a text with a proper format by investigating literatures and to give an oral presentation to their departmental academic staff. The oral presentations enable the students to gain ability in interactively transferring knowledge and discussion.
- KIM 898 Ph.D. Field of Specialization (3 0 0) 15 ECTS
This is a theorical course offered in year, semester, semester break and summer terms followed by appointment of the advisor for Ph.D. students. It provides Ph.D. students to obtain scientific ethic and discipline.
- KIM 899 Ph.D. Thesis Research (0 1 0) 15 ECTS
This is a practical course offered in year, semester, semester break and summer terms followed by appointment of the advisor for Ph.D. students.