[ 290GICHIC1V18 ] VL Inorganic Chemistry I

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4,5 ECTS B1 - Bachelor's programme 1. year Chemistry Christoph Topf 3 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
Detailed information
Original study plan Bachelor's programme Chemistry and Chemical Technology 2019W
Objectives Students will obtain a deeper insight into the general concepts of chemistry and its role as the central science describing all compounds and their transformations.
  1. Periodic Trends in Fundamental Properties of Atoms and Simple Ions
  2. Monatomic Ions and Their Acid-Base Reactivity
  3. Polyatomic Ions: Their Structures and Acid-Base Properties
  4. Ionic Compounds in the Solid State, in Minerals, and in Solution
  5. Trends in Coordination Equilibria
  6. Principles of Oxidation-Reduction Reactivity
  7. Introduction to Transition Metal Complexes
  8. Oxides and Silicates as Materials
  9. The Underlying Reasons for Periodic Trends
  10. Symmetry
  11. Molecular Orbital Theory: A Bridge Between Foundational and Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
  12. The Elements as Molecules and Materials.
Criteria for evaluation Written exam.
Methods Lecture course with additional materials provided.
Language English
Study material To be announced in the lecture course.
Changing subject? No
Corresponding lecture TCBPAVOAACH: General and Inorganic Chemistry I (5,2 ECTS)
On-site course
Maximum number of participants -
Assignment procedure Direct assignment