|Course Code||Course Name||T||U||K|
|EAK 600||Master Thesis||4||0||4|
|EAK 602||Preparative Separation and Purification Techniques||3||0||3|
|EAK 603||Determination of Structures of Natural Products||3||0||3|
|EAK 604||Scientific Recording and Writing Techniques||3||0||3|
|EAK 608||Analytical Method Validation||2||3||3|
|EAK 609||Basic Operations in Analytical Chemistry||3||3||4|
|EAK 610||Separation Techniques||3||0||3|
Master thesis study
The aim of this course is to introduce physical methods used for separation of natural products or synthesized products. Techniques such as; chromatography, extraction, evaporation, distillation, crystallization, sublimation will be introduced based on their general principles
The aim of this course is to show how to determine 3-dimensional molecular structures of substances derived from natural products by using spectral methods. By applying NMR, IR, UV-Vis, MS spectral methods structures of monoterpenes, diterpenes, sesquiterpenes, triterpenes, phenolic type, flavone type ve alkaloid type substances in a systematic way will be determined. Known activities and functions of these molecules will be introduced through the biosynthesis of these main groups of substances and their isolation methods. Databases such as Chem Sketch, Nist Chemistry Database, NMR Database, molecule drawing programmes and modelling programmes will be introduced which provide convenience of structure determination.
The aim of this course to describe how to report/write/record scientifical research results and to write a publication/article. Furthermore, methods of scientific presentation (oral or poster), research papers, short reports (abstract), letters to the editor, types of reseach papers, revision etc. will be introduced.
The purpose of this course is to teach the student to follow the current knowledge and topics of analytical chemistry and to present these as a seminar. The aim of this course is also the introduction of thesis and article presentation.
This course provides knowledge of identification and evaluation of required parameters for validation of analytical methods, description of analytical methods validation parameters (accuracy, precision, selectivity, recovery and so on.), statistical evaluation and application in drug analysis of these parameters.
Basic procedures used in analytical chemistry such as gravimetric and volumetric methods with application examples will be taught. Introduction and classification of basic analytical procedures, implementation of gravimetric and volumetric methods with examples will be presented.
Doctorate thesis study
This course includes general information on chromatographic methods. Students will gain a knowledge about basic principles of chromatographic techniques used in drug analysis (thin layer, paper and gas chromatography). Also they will learn the basic principle of chromatography based on Craig countercurrent method where they will acquire skills about quantitative and qualitative analysis of drugs.i.
The aim of this course is to give information about fluoresence and phosphoresence methods and applications in pharmaceutical analysis. Calculations and analytical applications will be taught related to basic principles and methods of photoluminesence.
The basic principles of capillary electrophoresis, its types and applications in pharmaceutical (drug) analysis are the basic subjects of this course. The students will learn about the capillary electrophoresis techniques (theory), also they will acquire the ability to analyse a variety of applications. This course is based on;
introduction to capillary electrophoresis methods, the method of theoretical and experimental approach.
The main objective of this course is to provide the basic principles and applications in atomic absorption, emmision and fluoresence spectroscopy. Atomic spectrophotometer systems and working principles, as wll as application of these in laboratory settings will be presented.