This course aims at learning the experimental principles and methods of physical chemistry and related knowledge that are required to carry out bachelor thesis research.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Conduct basic experiments required for bachelor thesis research.
2) Devise a troubleshooting method when the experiment fails.
3) Clearly note the purpose, results, and discussion of the experiment.
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The experiment will be conducted after explaining the experiment in about 30 minutes.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Basics and usage of spectrophotometer I|
|Class 2||Basics and usage of spectrophotometer II|
|Class 3||Separation and purification of proteins I|
|Class 4||Separation and purification of proteins II|
|Class 5||Separation and purification of proteins III|
|Class 6||Kinetic analysis of enzyme reaction I|
|Class 7||Kinetic analysis of enzyme reaction II|
|Class 8||Kinetic analysis of enzyme reaction III|
|Class 9||Analysis of protein-ligand binding by equilibrium dialysis|
|Class 10||Measurement of acid dissociation constant|
|Class 11||Quantification of diffusion coefficient and Avogadro number by Brownian motion measurement|
|Class 12||Computer analysis of biomolecules I|
|Class 13||Computer analysis of biomolecules II|
|Class 14||Computer analysis of biomolecules III|
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No reference book is specified.
Handouts will be distributed as needed.
The grade is evaluated by the attitude toward the experiment, the degree of skill of the experiment operation technique, and the experiment report.
No special requirements