An introduction to structure, bonding, properties and simple reactions of inorganic compounds. Topics covered include basic quantum theory, bonding theories, molecular and solid state structure and periodic properties of the elements and their compounds. Application of these topics to biological, environmental and geological systems will be stressed. The lab will focus on the synthesis, structure, properties, and reactivity of inorganic substances, including simple ionic substances and coordination complexes. Characterization using infrared and visible spectroscopy is also introduced. Prerequisite: high school chemistry or CHEM 100. May not be taken pass/fail.
|Science and Mathematics||High school chemistry or CHEM 100||1 course, class and lab|
Fall Semester informationSelma Poturovic
130A: Struc/Prop Inorg Compds
130B: Struc/Prop Inorg Compds
Spring Semester informationSelma Poturovic
130A: Structure and Properties of Inorganic Compounds
130B: Structure and Properties of Inorganic Compounds