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CHEM 350 - Inorganic Chemistry


Description:
Bonding in small molecules. Includes a review of basic bonding models and a thorough study of molecular orbital theory.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: CHEM 183, and either PHYS 113 or PHYS 183, with a grade of C- or higher.

Credits: (3)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

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Interpret the equations that describe atomic orbitals in the one-electron model.

 

 

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Describe the essential principals of the Lewis bonding model, and sketch Lewis dot bonding structures.

 

 

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Describe the essential principals of molecular orbital theory.

 

 

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Sketch and interpret molecular orbital diagrams for diatomic molecules.

 

 

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Identify the symmetry point group of a molecule.

 

 

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Sketch and interpret molecular orbital diagrams for polyatomic molecules.

 

 

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