Synthetic chemistry I
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I can't fault this unit really, it's easily one of the most well organised units I've ever taken. Assessment is well paced throughout the semester so you don't get swamped with assessment all in the same week like with some units. Lecturers are fantastic and really engaging. Also the fact that they hand out notes for every subtopic throughout the semester is a fantastic bonus as there's no prescribed textbook for this subject. Would highly recommend for anyone majoring in chem!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
A well organised unit. Lab components are interesting and helpful on understanding the lecture contents & its application to the real world. Not all but most of the TAs are surprisingly professional and helpful. Overall, a recommended unit for those who likes inorganic and organic chemistry. Not too difficult but not easy as well.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
This course has an amazing unit coordinator, Tina. Shes always available to email and if shes not she will redirect you to someone else to assist you. The lecture series has 4 parts: transition metals, organomettalic chem, and then two sections of organic chem. All the sections come with printed notes/lecture slides and embedded in the lectures are worked examples and questions for you to attempt. the organic section of the course is very challenging and mainly focuses on reaction mechanisms.