How to get a certificate for this lecture:
1.) Prepare a short review on the assigned topic
2.) Assign a date for the oral test
3.) At the oral test you will answer some usual questions. For this, you are allowed to use your written materials.
4.) At the oral test you will also show, that your are able to apply the principles discussed during the lecture to a recent article in the field of combinatorial chemistry
Here are the assignments for “homework” in the fullfillment of the requirements to receive a certificate
On the basis of the articles assigned you should prepare a short written review. You are invited to serach other articles that cover this topic as well.
Peter Knesl: Fluorous reagents article at http://phoenix.tuwien.ac.at/combichem/fluorous.htm
Jaroslav Skubak: Rapid liquid phase Combinatorial Synthesis of heterocyclic Libraries based on chapter 10, page 141 to 116 of the book Combinatorial Library Methods and Protocols at http://phoenix.tuwien.ac.at/combichem/pdf/Combinatorial_Libraries_noborder.pdf
Andreas Gollner: Encoded Combinatorial Libraries based on chapter 3, page 23 to 34 of the book Combinatorial Library Methods and Protocols at http://phoenix.tuwien.ac.at/combichem/pdf/Combinatorial_Libraries_noborder.pdf
Elisabeth Schwaiger and Constantin Rabong: please send me an email if you want to get a certificate and I will assign a topic for you.