Course Information
Course Title Code Semester T + P ECTS
Supramolecular Chemistry KIM477 7 2 + 0 3

Prerequisites none

Language Turkish
Level Bachelor's Degree
Type Area Elective
Coordinator Prof. ABDURRAHMAN ŞENGÜL
Instructors Prof. ABDURRAHMAN ŞENGÜL
Goals Gaining knowledge about supramolecular chemistry, understanding of binding to anionic, cationic and neutral guests, to recognise supramolecular archithectures, and to learn about the applications of supramolecular chemistry.
Contents Recognising intermolecular forces and interactions, historical development of Supramolecular Chemistry, supramolecular Chemistry language, principles, and supramolecular architectures, and know the applications.
Work Placement(s) Absent

Number Learning Outcomes
1 They know about the intermolecular forces
2 They know the types of intermolecular interactions.
3 They recognise receptor-substrate and lock and key relationships.
4 They know the boundaries of supramolecular chemistry among other diciplines.
5 They recognise the Supramolecular archithectures.
6 They know the methods of binding to anionic, cationic and neutral guests.
7 They know the applications of Supramolecular Chemistry.

Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face
Planned Learning Activities & Teaching Methods lecture, assigments and homeworks
Assessment Methods A mid-term exam and a final exam



Course Content
Week Topics Study Materials
1 Intermolecular Forces Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
2 The language of Supramolecular Chemsitry Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
3 The history of Supramolecular Chemsitry Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
4 The principles of Supramolecular Chemistry Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
5 Relationship of receptor-substrate Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
6 Fischer Projection: lock-key relationship Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
7 Binding to cationic guests Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
8 Binding to anionic guests Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
9 Mid-term exam repetition and studying course notes
10 Binding to neutral guests Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
11 Supramolecular archithectures Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
12 Double- and triple-stranded helical structures Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
13 Design of ligands and preference for geometry Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
14 Applications of Supramolecular Chemistry Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.



Sources
Textbook Supramolecular Chemistry Paul D. Beer, Philip A. Gale and David K. Smith Oxford University Press, 1999.
Additional Resources Jean-Marie Lehn, Supramolecular Chemistry, Concepts and perspectives, VCH, Basel, 1995.



Assessment System Quantity Percentage
In-Term Studies
Mid-terms 1 100
In-Term Total 1 100
Contribution of In-Term Studies to Overall 40
Contribution of Final Exam to Overall 60
Total 100





Course's Contribution to PLO
No Key Learning Outcomes Level
1 2 3 4 5
1 Has textbooks containing current information, application tools and equipment , and advanced theoretical and practical knowledge supported by other resources in a scientific approach. x
2 Adapts and transfers the acquired knowledge to secondary education. x
3 Uses advanced institutional and practical knowledge acquired in the field. x
4 Updates the information on daily conditions. x
5 Comments on and evaluate the data by using advanced knowledge and skills acquired in the field, identifies and analyzes the current problems of technological developments, and comes up with solutions based on research and evidence. x
6 Has the ability to conceptualize the events and facts related with the field; analyze them with scientific methods and techniques. x
7 Designs and performs experiments to analyze the problems, collects data, performs analyzes and comment on the results. x
8 Carries out an advanced study related to the field independently. x
9 Takes on responsibility individually and as a team member in order to solve unpredictable and complex problems encountered in applications related to the field. x
10 Plans and manages the activities in a project under his responsibility for development. x
11 Plays a role in the process of decision making when faced with problems about different discipline fields. x
12 Uses time effectively in the process of inference with the ability of thinking analytically. x
13 Evaluates the advanced knowledge and skills acquired in the field with a critical perspective. x
14 Determines the learning requirements and leads the learning process. x
15 Develops a positive attitude towards lifelong learning. x
16 Is aware of the necessity of lifelong learning and develops his Professional knowledge and skills continuously. x
17 Informs people and organizations about the topics related to their fields; expresses his ideas and suggestions for solutions to problems in both oral and written form. x
18 Shares his ideas and suggestions for solutions to the problems with experts and non-experts by supporting them with quantitative and qualitative data. x
19 Organizes projects and activities for social environment he lives in with an awareness of social responsibility. x
20 Follows advances in the field and communicate with colleagues by using a foreign language at least at B1 level of European Language Portfolio. x
21 Uses information and communication technology along with software the Human Sciences the field requires at an advanced level. x
22 Uses his knowledge of human health and environmental awareness acquired in their fields for society’s ends. x
23 Behaves in a way adhering to the social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the process of data collection, commenting, application, publicizing the results related with the field x
24 Has a sufficient level of awareness about the universality of social rights, social justice, quality management, acting in a suitable way in processes and attendance (Instead of quality culture) the protection of cultural values, protection of the environment and health and security in the professional field. x



ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Work Load (h)
Course Duration 14 2 28
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 2 28
Assignments 1 2 2
Presentation / Preparing Seminar 1 2 2
Mid-terms 1 10 10
Final examination 1 10 10
Total Work Load (h) 80
Total Work Load / 30 (h) 2.67
ECTS Credit of the Course 3