Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, CHM4444
MWF 11:00-11:50 AM, Spring, 2018
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Nuclear Chemistry: Chapter 21 in Openstax Chemistry.
Molecular Orbital Theory: Section 8.4 in Openstax Chemistry.
UV Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Info at EveryScience; more info than you want at chemwiki.
Shapes of d orbitals: "Understanding Quantum Theory of Electrons in Atoms" in section 6.3 of Openstax Chemistry
Symmetry: On UCDavis ChemWiki, sections 1-4.
Lattic Structures in Crystalline Solids: Section 10.6 in Openstax Chemistry.
Coordination Chemistry of Transition Metals: Section 19.2 in Openstax Chemistry.
Spectroscopic and Magnetic Properties of Coordination Compounds: Section 19.3 in Openstax Chemistry.
PowerPoint for Nuclear Chemistry (covered in Chapter 2)
Symmetry practice: Symmetry @ Otterbein
Many examples of the structures of crystals.
Structures available from American Mineralogist.
Here is my lattice energy spreadsheet.
Data, such as ionization energies, electron affinities, atomization energies (under thermodynamic properties), and bond enthalpies (under Compounds) are available at www.webelements.com.
Form molecular orbitals from atomic orbitals. Just select the two orbitals and the separation between them. Note: you have to hit enter after changing the distance.
MO's of CO2, calculated via the internet on a supercomputer.
An Excel 97 spreadsheet for calculating enthalpies of formation of acid-base adducts using Drago-Wayland E, C and R-T parameters