Course Title Course Code Program Level
LABORATORY CHEMISTRY TLB101 Medical Laboratory Techniques Associate Degree

Course Term
(Course Semester)
Teaching and Learning Methods
Theory Practice Lab Projects/Field Work Seminars/Workshops Other Total Credits ECTS Credits
14 28 40 8 90 2 3

Teaching Staff Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Hesna URAL KAYALIK
Language of Instruction Türkçe (Turkish)
Type Of Course Vocational
Recommended Optional Programme Component
Course Objectives Laboratory chemistry; examines the structures, properties, reactions and synthesis routes of the compounds. It is intended to help interpret the biochemical events that occur in the human body.
Course Content What is the substance? Symbols, formulas and equations, atomic structure, mole concept, solvers, chemical equilibrium, acid and bases, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction. It involves the study of biochemical events taking place in the human cell.
Learning Outcomes (LO) 1-To be able to comprehend the biochemical events in the human cell, 2-Liquid solution preparation and concentration can provide transformations, 3-Informing on energy conversion, 4-Antioxidant and disease formation relationship, 5-Understanding the synthesis and importance of aminoacids
Mode of Delivery Face to face
Course Outline
Week Topics
1. Week Basics of life, Introduction to organic chemistry
2. Week Atomic structure- Molar concept, Molarity,
3. Week Normalite and Malolite
4. Week Density, Liquid solutions and Concentration transformations I, Atom structure and components
5. Week The configuration of molecules, three dimensional position in space, Optical isomerism, Enantiomer, structural isomerism
6. Week Concepts of bioenergetics, enthalpy, entropy. Bio Energetic efficiency of reactions (endergonic, exergonic reactions), conversion of energy, binding energy
7. Week Chemical bonds; Formation of covelent and noncovalent bonds, degradation, energetic yield, formation of organic molecules by bonding
8. Week Mid-term
9. Week Electrophyl, Nucleophile concept, Radical formation and Free radicals,
10. Week Antioxidant system, formation of diseases by free radical damage
11. Week Functional groups (Carbonyl, Korboxil, Alcohol, Aldehyde, Ketone etc.), Aromatic compounds. Ether, ester groups
12. Week Nitrogen cycle in biosphere, Organic nitrogen compounds,
13. Week Metabolism of nitrogen compounds in vertabral organisms, synthesis of amino acids
14. Week Biological importance for water creatures
Mid-term (%) 40
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Final (%) 60
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Total(%) 100
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