2018 Laboratory Course in Advanced Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry

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Academic unit or major
Undergraduate major in Chemistry
Instructor(s)
Uekusa Hidehiro  Okada Tetsuo  Ishitani Osamu  Kawaguchi Hiroyuki  Komatsu Takayuki  Kawano Masaki  Maeda Kazuhiko  Fukuhara Gaku  Sekine Akiko  Otsuka Takuhiro  Harada Makoto  Ishida Yutaka  Tamaki Yusuke  Ohtsu Hiroyoshi  Takayama Tomoaki 
Course component(s)
Day/Period(Room No.)
Mon5-8(南1号館化学コース実験室)  Thr5-8(南1号館化学コース実験室)  
Group
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Course number
CHM.B305
Credits
2
Academic year
2018
Offered quarter
1Q
Syllabus updated
2018/3/20
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

Experiment and practice of inorganic compound lead fundamental understanding of inorganic synthesis and purification technique. Also, analytical chemistry including separation operation, catalytic reaction of inorganic compounds, X-ray diffraction methods are picked-up focussing experimental aspect.

Fundamental, but advanced techniques that are important in inorganic and analytical chemistry are focused. Following synthesis, reaction, and analytical methods are included as the essential technique.

1. Advanced instrumental analysis of solution sample.
2. Advanced synthesis and reaction of inorganic compounds. Structure and property relationship.
3. X-ray diffraction method for structure analysis and identification.
4. Catalytic activity and reaction of inorganic compounds.

Student learning outcomes

Understanding of fundamental theory and practical aspect of advanced inorganic synthesis, reaction, and analytical methods.

Keywords

Inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, catalytic chemistry, crystallography, laboratory course

Competencies that will be developed

Intercultural skills Communication skills Specialist skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills
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Class flow

Individual and group experiment. After experiment, dialog type discussion on the results is assigned. Presentation on the experimental result is planned.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Resolution of the Tris(ethylenediamine) Cobalt(III) Ion Understanding of synthesis and optical resolution of Tris(ethylenediamine) Cobalt(III) complex. Understanding optical rotation measurement and theory.
Class 2 Resolution of the Tris(ethylenediamine) Cobalt(III) Ion Understanding of synthesis and optical resolution of Tris(ethylenediamine) Cobalt(III) complex. Understanding optical rotation measurement and theory.
Class 3 Potentiometry How the Nernst equation is related to the activity of halogen ion in sample solution which was determined by a potentiometry method is discussed.
Class 4 Potentiometry How the Nernst equation is related to the activity of halogen ion in sample solution which was determined by a potentiometry method is discussed.
Class 5 Solvent extraction and masking of metal ion Understanding of the solvent extraction and masking method of metal ion using complex formation regent. Understanding of quantitative determination method of specified metal ion.
Class 6 Solvent extraction and masking of metal ion Understanding of the solvent extraction and masking method of metal ion using complex formation regent. Understanding of quantitative determination method of specified metal ion.
Class 7 Solid acid catalysis and molecular sieving effect of zeolite To understand solid acid catalysis of zeolite through the hydrolysis of ethyl acetate and prove its molecular sieving effect through the reaction in the presence of organic bases.
Class 8 Solid acid catalysis and molecular sieving effect of zeolite To understand solid acid catalysis of zeolite through the hydrolysis of ethyl acetate and prove its molecular sieving effect through the reaction in the presence of organic bases.
Class 9 Powder crystal X-ray diffraction Understanding of powder crystal X-ray diffraction method. Calculation of the lattice constants of simple ionic crystal, and qualitative analysis of XRD pattern. Ab initio structural analysis from XRD pattern of organic compound.
Class 10 Powder crystal X-ray diffraction Understanding of powder crystal X-ray diffraction method. Calculation of the lattice constants of simple ionic crystal, and qualitative analysis of XRD pattern. Ab initio structural analysis from XRD pattern of organic compound.
Class 11 Synthesis of a Cobalt Complex Capable of Reversible Dioxygen Uptake Preparation and magnetic susceptibility measurement of Co(salen) complex. Reaction of the complex with dioxygen.
Class 12 Synthesis of a Cobalt Complex Capable of Reversible Dioxygen Uptake Preparation and magnetic susceptibility measurement of Co(salen) complex. Reaction of the complex with dioxygen.
Class 13 Mo(bpy)(CO)4 & Fe(C5H2)2 (1) Synthesis and photophysical and electrochemical properties of Mo(bpy)(CO)4 and Fe(C5H2)2
Class 14 Mo(bpy)(CO)4 & Fe(C5H2)2 (2) Synthesis and photophysical and electrochemical properties of Mo(bpy)(CO)4 and Fe(C5H2)2
Class 15 Discussion and presentation Discussion on the result, and good presentation method.

Textbook(s)

"Inorganic and analytical chemistry laboratory course text" Department of Chemistry.

Reference books, course materials, etc.

"Safety of chemical experiment" (Kagakudojin)
"Safety of chemical experiment (II)" (Kagakudojin)

Assessment criteria and methods

Report of all experiments, final discussion and presentation are evaluated.

Related courses

  • CHM.B205 : Laboratory Course in Basic Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
  • CHM.B203 : Exercise in Inorganic Chemistry I
  • CHM.B303 : Exercise in Inorganic Chemistry II

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Related classes are closely linked to this class. Recommended.

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