Inorganic Chemistry I(2.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Basic Specialized Courses|
|Starts 1||:||2 Spring Semester|
|Lecturer||:||SAMJESKE Gabor arwed Designated Professor|
|Inorganic chemistry I is the first part of a three-semester course in inorganic chemistry consisting of parts I, II, and III. Aim of the three-semester course is to present principles and fundamentals of inorganic chemistry, to introduce chemical reactions and to show examples of the role of inorganic chemistry in the industry, environment and every day lives.|
|Fundamentals of Chemistry I and II|
|The contents of Inorganic Chemistry I will cover the topics of the structure of the atom, orbitals, periodic system of the elements, bonding models, MO theory, symmetry, acids and bases.
It is desirable to read a textbook or reference materials before a class
|Catherine E. Housecroft, Alan G. Sharpe; INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 5TH EDITION; PEARSON - PRENTICE HALL|
|Instructions will be given as necessary in class|
|Intermediate 30%, final exam: 70%
TOTAL 100% = 100 pts.
|Either after the classes or during the office hours/by email (to be announced)