Faculty of Medicine
3 credit points, practical mark, Gábor Bánhegyi; AOVOVM093_1A
Faculty of Dentistry
1 credit point, terminal examination, Gábor Bánhegyi; FOSVOVM013_1A
2016/2017 Fall semester
For first-year medical and dentist students to help them understand the basics of Chemistry. This course is facultative and does not supplant Medical Chemistry Course!
The exam is composed of two parts: (1) drawing 10 formulas, each is worth one point (see Requirements in Medical Chemistry for the list of obligatory structures) and (2) solving 20 multiple choice questions (one point each).
0 – 10 points: fail (1)
11 – 15 points: pass (2)
16 – 20 points: satisfactory (3)
21 – 25 points: good (4)
26 – 30 points: excellent (5)
Failed exams cannot be retaken.
Location: EOK (Tűzoltó u. 37-47.) Hevesy Lecture Hall
Duration: 90 min (Mondays 18:30-20:00)
|1.||05 Sept.||Basics of atomic and molecular structure, periodic table, bondings.||Müllner|
|2.||12 Sept.||Chemical equations, stoichiometry, reaction types. Acids, bases, salts. Solutions. Concentrations.||Barta|
|3.||19 Sept.||Laws of dilute solutions. Electrolytes, ionization of electrolytes. Conductivity. Acid-base theories.||Szelényi|
|4.||26 Sept.||Chemical equilibria. Le Chatelier principle, law of mass action. Equilibria in aqueous solutions, principle of pH. Buffers. Carbon dioxide/hydrocarbonate buffer.||Nagy|
|5.||03 Oct.||Consultation; preparation for the 1st midterm. Practicing calculations: ionization of electrolytes, pH, buffer, solubility product.||Hrabák|
|6.||10 Oct.||Chemical thermodynamics. Principles of enthalpy, entropy, free enthalpy. Thermodynamical coupling.||Keszler|
|7.||17 Oct.||Basics of reaction kinetics. The rate constant and Arrhenius equation. Activation energy and catalysis.||Vereczkei|
|8.||24 Oct.||Electrochemistry. Oxidation and reduction, redox systems in living cells.||Rónai|
|10.||07 Nov.||Calculations in electrochemistry and thermochemistry.||Barta|
|11.||14 Nov.||Basics of organic chemistry, hybrid states of carbon, organic reaction types. Isomerism, structural isomerism. IUPAC nomenclature.||Szeitner|
|12.||21 Nov.||Stereochemistry. Geometric and stereoisomerism, terminology. Prochirality.||Hrabák|
|13.||28 Nov.||The most important groups of organic compounds. Aliphatic and aromatic backbones and their typical reactions. Revision of their structures. Classification of organic compounds according to their functional groups.||Sipeki|
|14.||05 Dec.||written examination|
Lecture slides are available here.
The passwords to download pages can be obtained from the laboratory teachers personally.