(1) Surveying inorganic compounds.
(2) Mastering nomenclature of inorganic compounds.
(3) Investigating chemical bonds in molecules and molecular symmetry.
(4) Understanding oxidation and reduction.
(5) Understanding ligand-field theory of transition metal complexes.
(6) Knowing organometallic compounds.
Surveying inorganic chemistry.
VSEPR, molecular symmetry, oxidation and reduction, Ligand-field theory, Organometallic compounds
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Each lecture includes quiz.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Elements and periodic table||To learn how to calculate the effective nuclear charge.|
|Class 2||Molecule and the model|
|Class 3||Molecular symmetry and point group|
|Class 4||Character table|
|Class 5||Ionic solids and metals|
|Class 6||Inorganic reaction|
|Class 7||Half reaction and battery in oxidation and reduction|
|Class 8||Using potential data in oxidation and reduction|
|Class 9||Transition metal complexes|
|Class 10||Ligand-field splitting|
|Class 11||Chemistry in non-transition metals|
|Class 12||Chemistry of non-transition elements|
|Class 13||Chemistry of halogen and chlcogenides|
|Class 14||Organometallic compounds|
|Class 15||Transition metal chemistry|
Ogino, Hida, and Okazaki Basic Inorganic Chemistry
Atkins "Physical Chemistry" Ed. 10, Chapter 11.
Quiz and examination