Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (KemiVU)
Descriptive chemistry, primarily of the transition metals:
Bonding and structure, reaction mechanisms and equilibrium. Simple
models for electronic spectra and magnetic properties of
Excersices encompassing some important characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry.
Reading and analysis of contemporary research papers in inorganic chemistry.
BSc Programme in Chemistry
- an overview of the descriptive chemistry of the periodic table.
- ablity to read, understand and discuss contemporary research literature in inorganic chemistry.
- ability to suggest relevant experimantal techniques to address specific questions.
- being able to account for important binary compounds for all elements.
- being able to account for selected coordination compounds for the d- and f-block elements.
- being able to account for the general characteristic chemical behavior of all elements.
- being able to account for the most important experimantal techniques in inorganic chemistry; UV-vis, EPR, IR, heteronuclear NMR, fluorescence and CD spectroscopy; as well as electrochemistry. Being able to account for the shortcomings of these techniques.
- being able to account for structural, mechanistic and thermodynamic aspects of coordination chemistry, including isomerism and chelate effects.
- being able to account for the electronic properties of coordination compounds.
- being able to discuss organometallic chemistry and the models specific to this field.
- knowledge of the important oxidation states for all elements
- knowledge of important characterization techniques in inorganic chemistry and of the imformation provided by these techniques.
- knowledge of some basic models for electronic structure and reactivity of coordination compounds
Lectures, laboratory excersices with mandatory reports, theoretical excersices
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It is recommended that the student is familiar with the contents of the compulsory courses on the first year of the bachelor's degree program in Chemistry. In addition to qualifications within the fields of Thermodynamics.
- 7,5 ECTS
- Type of assessment
Oral examination, 30 minutes, no preparation time
- Only certain aids allowed
Lab exercise instructions and own data is permitted
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- No external censorship
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Criteria for exam assessment
Extent of knowledge of descriptive chemistry
Ability to account for principles in practical excersices
Ability to apply knowledge to discussion of chemical literature
Single subject courses (day)
- Theory exercises
- Practical exercises
- Course number
- 7,5 ECTS
- Programme level
- Block 1
- No limit
The number of seats may be reduced in the late registration period
- Study Board of Physics, Chemistry and Nanoscience
- Department of Chemistry
- Faculty of Science
- Jesper Bendix (6-6a6d766c7180486b706d7536737d366c73)
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