Building on students' existing background in both organic and inorganic chemistry, this course provides an understanding of the parallels between the function of synthetic and biological molecules, including enzymes, when it comes to catalysis and the formation of complex and self-assembled structures through intermolecular (supramolecular) interactions. In this course you will learn about fundamental concepts and techniques in organic and organometallic catalysis, self-assembly supramolecular chemistry and the chemistry of biological assemblies and enzymatic catalysis.
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