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Modern Optics II – Polarization of light

Modern Optics II – Polarization of light

Modern Optics II – Polarization of light. Special topics course in IAMS Lecture speaker: Wang-Yau Cheng 2006/4. Outline. Wave properties of light Polarization of light Coherence of light Special issues on quantum optics. Polarization of light  Polarization vs. dipole oscillation

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Interdisciplinarity: Chemistry ↔ Biology Dr. Fida Mohammad, GIKI- Topi

Interdisciplinarity: Chemistry ↔ Biology Dr. Fida Mohammad, GIKI- Topi

Interdisciplinarity: Chemistry ↔ Biology Dr. Fida Mohammad, GIKI- Topi. Learning from: ►How chemists think ►What they do & How they do it Attitude until 1828 Organic compounds made by plants or animals cannot be made by man. Birth of Molecules

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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Stereochemistry. Enantiomers and the Tetrahedral Carbon. Stereoisomers: Have the same molecular formula and the same order of attachment of their atoms (the same connectivity), but different three-dimensional orientations of their atoms in space.

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Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry. Paderborn, May 2005. Founding Fathers of Stereochemistry. Biot. Biot : The solutions of many naturally occurring compounds rotate the plane of polarization of polarized light (1815-1817)

By talon
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7.4 Properties of Chiral Molecules: Optical Activity

7.4 Properties of Chiral Molecules: Optical Activity

7.4 Properties of Chiral Molecules: Optical Activity. Optical Activity. A substance is optically active if it rotates the plane of polarized light. In order for a substance to exhibit optical activity, it must be chiral and one enantiomer must be present in excess of the other. Light.

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Polarization

Polarization

Polarization. Polarization: Consider the superposition of two plane polarized waves: If  =2 m , m being an integer, . If  =(2 m+ 1)  , m being an integer, . Polarization. Right Circularly Polarized Light: If  =(2 m- 1/2)  , m being an integer,.

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Chapter 4 Amino Acids

Chapter 4 Amino Acids

revised 9 /5/ 2013. Biochemistry I Dr. Loren Williams. Chapter 4 Amino Acids. Proteinogenic Amino Acids An amino acid contains an amine group a carboxylic acid group, a side-chain (or R-group, all attached to the same chiral carbon atom (the Cα)

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OPTICAL ISOMERISM

OPTICAL ISOMERISM

OPTICAL ISOMERISM. OPTICAL ISOMERISM. Occurrence another form of stereoisomerism occurs when compounds have non-superimposable mirror images Isomers the two different forms are known as optical isomers or enantiomers they occur when molecules have a chiral centre

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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Stereochemistry Chiral Molecules. About The Authors. These Powerpoint Lecture Slides were created and prepared by Professor William Tam and his wife Dr. Phillis Chang.

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5. STEREOISOMERISM. (approx. lecture time: 5 hr ) 	Topics covered: 5.1-5.16 .

5. STEREOISOMERISM. (approx. lecture time: 5 hr ) Topics covered: 5.1-5.16 .

5. STEREOISOMERISM. (approx. lecture time: 5 hr ) Topics covered: 5.1-5.16 . Left and Right hands are not the same ( not superimposable ). There are also “Left” and “Right” handed molecules and they are also not the same ( not superimposable ).

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CYSTEINE

CYSTEINE

CYSTEINE. Vi Do. Basic Info & Structure . Nonessential, hydrophobic α -amino acid Characterized as a non-polar amino acid Has thiol group containing sulfur Molecular formula is C 3 H 7 NO 2 S Cysteine along with glycine and glutamic acid is found in all human tissues

By xenos
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Carbohydrate Basics

Carbohydrate Basics

Carbohydrate Basics. Carbohydrates (Overview):. - essential components of all living things. - most abundant of the four major classes of biological molecules (other classes are proteins, nucleic acids and lipids).

By marty
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5. Stereochemistry

5. Stereochemistry

5. Stereochemistry. Why this Chapter?. Handedness is important in organic and biochemistry Molecular handedness makes possible specific interactions between enzymes and substrates. Stereochemistry.

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Lecture 28 Point-group symmetry I

Lecture 28 Point-group symmetry I

Lecture 28 Point-group symmetry I. Molecular symmetry. A typical conversation between chemists … Symmetry is the “ language ” all chemists use every day (besides English and mathematics). Formaldehyde is C 2v . The A 1 to B 2 transition is optically allowed.

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Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry. Stereochemistry: The study of the three-dimensional structure of molecules Structural (constitutional) isomers: same molecular formula but different bonding sequence Stereoisomers: same molecular formula, same bonding sequence, different spatial orientation. (S)- ketamine.

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Carbohydrates of physiological significance

Carbohydrates of physiological significance

Carbohydrates of physiological significance. Definition of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates may be defined as polyhydroxyaldehydes or ketones or compounds which produce them on hydrolysis. Functions of Carbohydrates. Abundant dietary source of energy Precursors for many organic compounds

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Spectroscopy 2003: 5 e kwartaal UV Circular Dichroism

Spectroscopy 2003: 5 e kwartaal UV Circular Dichroism

Spectroscopy 2003: 5 e kwartaal UV Circular Dichroism. Dr. Marco Tessari Afdeling Fysische Chemie This presentation can be found at the website: http://www.nmr.kun.nl/Education. Overview. Introduction: Optical Activity Polarization of EM Radiation

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第 六 章 立体化学

第 六 章 立体化学

第 六 章 立体化学. 有机化学 Organic Chemistry. Chapter6 Stereochemistry. 教材 : 徐寿昌 主编 高等教育出版社. Teaching contents. Introduction Enantiomers and the Tetrehedral Carbon Chirality and Chiral Molecules Isomerism: Constitutional Isomers and Stereoisomers Representation of Chiral Molecules

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ECE-1466 Modern Optics Course Notes Part 4

ECE-1466 Modern Optics Course Notes Part 4

ECE-1466 Modern Optics Course Notes Part 4. Prof. Charles A. DiMarzio Northeastern University Spring 2002. Starting Point Maxwell’s Equations Homogeneous Medium Isotropic Medium Solution Plane Waves Transverse Fields. Eigenstates General Solution. Polarized Light. y. y. or. x. x.

By willis
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Stereochemistry chemistry in three dimensions

Stereochemistry chemistry in three dimensions

Stereochemistry chemistry in three dimensions. Isomers – different compounds with the same molecular formula. Structural Isomers – isomers that differ in which atoms are bonded to which atoms. CH 3

By wynter-clemons
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