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Research Group of Organic Chemistry


Organic chemistry is most commonly defined as the chemistry of carbon compounds. Compared with hydrogen and helium, carbon is not an abundant element in the universe, nor in the solar system; but it is an essential element of life. Indeed, four elements: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen make up most of the matter found in living organisms. Trace elements such as sulfur, phosphorous, sodium, potassium, and iron, to name a few, also play an important role in the chemistry of life; but it is the unique properties of carbon that permits the immense diversity of compounds associated with life...

Amino acids and Peptides

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Synthetic Organic Chemistry

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Organohalogen chemistry

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