[Summary of the lecture] This course covers the fundamental and advanced topics of coordination chemistry, such as the bond, structure, and reactivity of various metal complexes as well as the synthesis, structure, and function of coordination cages and polymers.
[Aim of the lecture] Metal complexes and coordination structures composed of metal ions and organic ligands exhibit unusual chemical reactivity and physical properties. The aim of this lecture is to facilitate students' understanding of a wide range of coordination chemistry.
At the end of this course, students will be able to understand and explain (1) the bond and structure of various metal complexes, (2) the chemical reactivity and physical properties of metal complexes, (3) the structure and function of coordination cages, and (4) the structure and function of coordination polymers.
Metal ion, Ligand, Coordination, Metal complex, Coordination cage, Coordination polymer
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures will be given in the following order: (1) the bond and structure of metal complexes, (2) the chemical reactivity and physical properties of metal complexes, (3) the structure and function of coordination cages, and (4) the structure and function of coordination polymers. Students' understanding will be confirmed by a quiz or question-and-answer in each topic.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Background of coordination chemistry||Explain the background of coordination chemistry|
|Class 2||Bond and structure of metal complexes||Explain the bond and structure of metal complexes|
|Class 3||Chemical reactivity of metal complexes||Explain the chemical reactivity of metal complexes|
|Class 4||Physical properties of metal complexes||Explain the physical properties of metal complexes|
|Class 5||Synthesis and structure of coordination cages||Explain the synthesis and structures of coordination cages|
|Class 6||Function of coordination cages||Explain the function of coordination cages|
|Class 7||Synthesis and structure of coordination polymers||Explain the synthesis and structure of coordination polymers|
|Class 8||Function of coordination polymers||Explain the function of coordination polymers|
Handouts will be distributed.
Course scores are based on quizes or question-and-answer (50%) and exams (50%).