[Outline] In this course, after learning about the basic principles and research methods for electrode reactions of organic compounds, students will study electrode reaction theory and electrosynthesis theory that leverages the special characteristics of electrode reactions. The instructor will also present examples of new techniques and industrialization processes in organic electrochemistry.
[Goals] By studying the electrode reactions of organic compounds, students will deepen their understanding of molecular transformations and material synthesis from electrical energy, as well as the interface reactions of energy devices.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Explain the electron-transfer behavior of organic compounds.
2) Have an understanding of the synthetic and material applications of electrogenerated species.
Organic electrosynthesis, Electron transfer, Oxidation and reduction, Electrogenerated species, Electropolymerization
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
At the end of class, students are given excercise problems to solve.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Fundamental principles of organic electrochemistry||Explain the relationship between energy levels of molecules and redox reactions.|
|Class 2||Methods for organic electrosynthesis||Explain various methods for electrosynthesis.|
|Class 3||Umpolung and selectivity in organic electrosynthesis||Explain specific selectivities in electrosynthesis.|
|Class 4||Electroauxiliaries in organic electrosynthesis||Explain the effects of electroauxiliaries.|
|Class 5||Mediators in organic electrosynthesis||Explain the mechanism of indirect electrochemical reactions.|
|Class 6||Electropolymerization||Explain electropolymerization and its application.|
|Class 7||Recent developments in organic electrochemistry||Study the recent development in electrosynthesis.|
|Class 8||Related fields of organic electrochemistry||Explain the related fields of organic electrochemistry.|
Organic Electrochemistry, CORONA publishing.
Fundamentals and Applications of Organic Electrochemistry, Wiley.
Student's course scores are based on final exam (60%) and excercise problems (40%).