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General and Inorganic Chemistry II - AB101002
Title: General and Inorganic Chemistry II
Guaranteed by: Department of Inorganic Chemistry (101)
Actual: from 2020
Semester: summer
Points: summer s.:5
E-Credits: summer s.:5
Examination process: summer s.:
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:2/2 C+Ex [hours/week]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (1000)
Min. number of students: unlimited
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
For type: Bachelor's
Additional information: http://předmět je vyučován pouze v letním semestru
Old code: ACH2
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
Guarantor: Sedmidubský David prof. Dr. Ing.
Interchangeability : B101002, N101006, S101006
Z//Is interchangeable with: B101002
Annotation -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)
The course extends the knowledge and skills acquired in the course OACH I. It covers the symmetry of polyatomic molecu, theory of molecular orbitals,chemical bonding in coordination complexes, concept of Lewis acids and bases, principles of solid state chemistry, chemical bonding in solids, phase and chemical equilibrium, basic electrochemistry and selected methods and synthesis techniques in the field of advanced and applied inorganic chemistry.
Aim of the course -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

Students will be able to:

Identify the symmetry elements and operations and to propose and apply the molecular orbital diagrams for polyatomic molecules

Determine the groud state terms of atoms and ions of d-block elements and their energy splitting in ligand field

Assess the acid-base behavior of ions in aqueous solutions and propose the reaction schemes for Lewis acids and bases

Characterize crystalline solids in terms of symmetry, derive the structure prototypes based on closed packing schemes of atoms and ions, and perform simple crystal chemical calculations (theoretical density, charge balances in non-stoichiometric solids)

Solve the problems involving various types of equilibrium constants, potential phase diagrams, standard reduction potentials and Nernst equations.

Apply an extended knowledge of inorganic substances reactivity.

Literature -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

R: C. E. Housecroft , A. G. Sharpe, Inorganic Chemistry, 4th Ed. Pearson, 2012

A: W. L. Jolly, Modern Inorganic Chemistry, 2nd Ed., Mc.Graw Hill, 1991

A: G. Wulfsberg, Inorganic Chemistry, University Science Books, 2000

Learning resources -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

D.Sedmidubský et al.: Power Point presentations OACH-II - http://www.vscht.cz/ach/vyuka-bakalarske-oach-prednasky.html

Electronic supplementary materials - http://eso.vscht.cz/predmety/N101006/

Requirements to the exam -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

To obtain a credit the students have to successfully pass two preliminary tests during the semester or a summary test at the end of the semester. The examination covers the summary of the contents of both OACH I and OACH II and it constists of a written and oral part. Further information on the web site of the Department of inorganic chemistry (http://www.vscht.cz/ach/vyuka-bakalarske-oach2.html).

Syllabus -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

1. Electronic structure of atoms and ions with incomplete shells. Influence of electrostatic field.

2. Symmetry of molecules, group theory and its application in inorganic chemistry.

3. Chemical bonding in polyatomic molecules and complexes - molecular orbital theory.

4. Ions in aqueous solutions, acid-base properties, hydrolysis, solubility of salts.

5. Lewis theory of acids and bases and its implications in inorganic chemistry, LA-LB reaction mechanisms.

6. Complexes of transitions metals, structure, bonding, spectroscopic and magnetic properties

7. Complexes of transitions metals, coordination equilibria and reaction mechanisms.

8. Thermodynamic aspects of inorganic chemistry, thermochemistry and energetics, homogeneous a heterogeneous equlibrium, phase diagrams.

9. Principles of redox reactions, elektrochemistry fundamentals, Pourbaix diagrams.

10. Structure and symmetry of crystalline solids.

11. Crystal chemistry fundamentals. Basic structure types. Crystal defects.

12. Chemical bonding in solid substances and their properties.

13. Special inorganic technologies - deposition and processing of thin films, single crystal growth, sol-gel methods

14. Applied inorganic chemistry - industrially important inorganic chemicals

Entry requirements -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

For the enrollment a successful examination from General and Inorganic Chemistry I (N101005) is required.

Registration requirements -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

General and Inorganic Chemistry I, Mathematics I

Course completion requirements -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (06.03.2019)

The written and oral parts of the exam must be passed.

 
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