2016 Exercise in Advanced Chemistry III

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Academic unit or major
Chemistry
Instructor(s)
Uekusa Hidehiro  Okada Tetsuo  Ishitani Osamu  Kawaguchi Hiroyuki  Komatsu Takayuki  Kawano Masaki  Maeda Kazuhiko  Hibara Akihide  Hibara Akihide  Sekine Akiko  Otsuka Takuhiro  Harada Makoto  Ishida Yutaka  Furukawa Shinya  Tamaki Yusuke  Ohtsu Hiroyoshi 
Course component(s)
Exercise
Day/Period(Room No.)
Wed3-4(H103)  Thr7-8(H114)  
Group
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Course number
ZUC.B330
Credits
2
Academic year
2016
Offered quarter
1-2Q
Syllabus updated
2016/4/27
Lecture notes updated
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Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

The exercises which develops discussion and innovative ability for actual problem are carried out. These exercises are closely linked to lectures of inorganic and analytical chemistry, and also laboratory practice of inorganic and analytical chemistry, thus that are complemental to each other.

Many advanced and essential experimental and analytical techniques are explained and exercised in detail. Thus that lead deep understanding for advanced synthetic, reactive, and analytical aspect of inorganic chemistry.

Student learning outcomes

The exercises deal with advanced inorganic and analytical chemistry topics. These topics are deeply understood from both theory and practical aspect.

Keywords

Inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, crystallography, exercise, 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

Exercise class. Presentation of the solution of the exercise. Mini exam and discussion on the answer.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Ligand Field Theory 1 Describe and explain structure and bonding in transition metal complexes using ligand field theory.
Class 2 Ligand Field Theory 2 Describe and explain structure and bonding in transition metal complexes using ligand field theory.
Class 3 Ligand Field Theory 3 Describe and explain structure and bonding in transition metal complexes using ligand field theory.
Class 4 Symmetry and point group of molecules 1 Symmetry and point group of molecules Prediction of photophysical properties of molecules based on their structure using group theory
Class 5 Symmetry and point group of molecules 2 Symmetry and point group of molecules Prediction of photophysical properties of molecules based on their structure using group theory
Class 6 Symmetry and point group of molecules 3 Symmetry and point group of molecules Prediction of photophysical properties of molecules based on their structure using group theory
Class 7 Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction 1 Understanding of basic idea of Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction with calculation.
Class 8 Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction 2 Understanding of basic idea of Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction with calculation.
Class 9 Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction 3 Understanding of basic idea of Acid-base equilibrium and the oxidation-reduction reaction with calculation.
Class 10 Powder X-ray diffraction  1 Indexing of the powder X-ray diffraction pattern of inorganic compounds, then, determine crystal system (cubic cell) and calculation of the lattice constants of the unit cell.
Class 11 Powder X-ray diffraction  2 Indexing of the powder X-ray diffraction pattern of inorganic compounds, then, determine crystal system (cubic cell) and calculation of the lattice constants of the unit cell.
Class 12 Powder X-ray diffraction  3 Indexing of the powder X-ray diffraction pattern of inorganic compounds, then, determine crystal system (cubic cell) and calculation of the lattice constants of the unit cell.
Class 13 Discussion and presentation 1 Discussion on the result and presentation
Class 14 Discussion and presentation 2 Discussion on the result and presentation
Class 15 Discussion and presentation Discussion on the result and presentation

Textbook(s)

"Inorganic and analytical chemistry laboratory course text" (Department of chemistry) and print distribution

Reference books, course materials, etc.

Some other useful text books are introduced in the class.

Assessment criteria and methods

Presentation in the class, mini examinations.

Related courses

  • ZUC.D330 : Exercise in Advanced Chemistry II
  • CHM.B305 : Laboratory Course in Advanced Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
  • CHM.B301 : Inorganic Chemistry II

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

Closely related and complementary to "laboratory course for inorganic and analytical chemistry"

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