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CHE 124A Inorganic Chemistry: Fundamentals Instructor: Marie Heffern Section 2
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Hydrolytically Stable “Smart” Mercury(II) Coordination Polymer Near-White Light Emission from Lead(II) Metal–Organic Frameworks Inorganic Chemistry : September 17, 2018 Issue Diheme Cytochrome c: Effect of Heme Heme Interactions Manipulation of Heterogeneous Rectangular Nanoblocks Synthesis of Heteroleptic Phosphorus(I) Cations by P+ Transfer Magnetic Dynamics of a Neodymium(III) Single-Ion Magnet What is Inorganic Chemistry?
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Inorganic Chemistry by Miessler & Tarr: Organic Chemistry is the chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds and its derivatives. In organic Chemistry is “everything else”. nitrogen 14.007 N 7 helium He 4.0026 2 neon Ne 20.180 10 fl uorine F 18.998 9 oxygen O 15.999 8 carbon C 12.011 6 boron B 10.811 5 argon Ar 39.948 18 chlorine Cl 35.453 17 sulfur S 32.065 16 phosphorus P 30.974 15 silicon Si 28.086 14 aluminium Al 26.982 13 krypton Kr 83.798 36 bromine Br 79.904 35 selenium Se 78.96 34 arsenic As 74.922 33 germanium Ge 72.64 32 gallium Ga 69.723 31 zinc Zn 65.38 30 copper Cu 63.546 29 nickel Ni 58.693 28 cobalt Co 58.933 27 iron Fe 55.845 26 manganese Mn 54.938 25 chromium Cr 51.996 24 vanadium V 50.942 23 titanium Ti 47.867 22 scandium Sc 44.956 21 calcium Ca 40.078 20 potassium K 39.098 19 magnesium Mg 24.305 12 sodium Na 22.990 11 beryllium Be 9.0122 4 lithium Li 6.941 3 hydrogen H 1.0079 1 xenon Xe 131.29 54 iodine I 126.90 53 tellurium Te 127.60 52 antimony Sb 121.76 51 tin Sn 118.71 50 indium In 114.82 49 cadmium Cd 112.41 48 silver Ag 107.87 47 palladium Pd 106.42 46 rhodium Rh 102.91 45 ruthenium Ru 101.07 44 technetium Tc [98] 43 molybdenum Mo 95.96 42 niobium Nb 92.906 41 zirconium Zr 91.224 40 yttrium Y 88.906 39 strontium Sr 87.62 38 rubidium Rb 85.468 37 radon Rn [222] 86 astatine At [210] 85 polonium Po [209] 84 bismuth Bi 208.98 83 lead Pb 207.2 82 dysprosium Dy 162.50 66 terbium Tb 158.93 65 gadolinium Gd 157.25 64 europium Eu 151.96 63 samarium Sm 150.36 62 promethium Pm [145] 61 neodymium Nd 144.24 60 praseodymium Pr 140.91 59 cerium Ce 140.12 58 lanthanum La 138.91 57 barium Ba 137.33 56 caesium Cs 132.91 55 roentgenium Rg [272] 111 darmstadtium Ds [271] 110 meitnerium Mt [268] 109 hassium Hs [277] 108 bohrium Bh [264] 107 seaborgium Sg [266] 106 dubnium Db [262] 105 rutherfordium Rf [261] 104 radium Ra [226] 88 francium Fr [223] 87 lutetium Lu 174.97 71 ytterbium Yb 173.05 70 thulium Tm 168.93 69 erbium Er 167.26 68 holmium Ho 164.93 67 thallium Tl 204.38 81 mercury Hg 200.59 80 gold Au 196.97 79 platinum Pt 195.08 78 iridium Ir 192.22 77 osmium Os 190.23 76 rhenium Re 186.21 75 tungsten W 183.84 74 tantalum Ta 180.95 73 hafnium Hf 178.49 72 berkelium Bk [247] 97 lawrencium Lr [262] 103 nobelium No [259] 102 mendelevium Md [258] 101 fermium Fm [257] 100 einsteinium Es [252] 99 californium Cf [251] 98 curium Cm [247] 96 americium Am [243] 95 plutonium Pu [244] 94 neptunium Np [237] 93 uranium U 238.03 92 protactinium Pa 231.04 91 thorium Th 232.04 90 actinium Ac [227] 89 The Periodic Table of the Elements
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Section 2 Instructor: Marie Heffern, [email protected] Office Hours: Wed 1-2 pm, Thur 11am-12pm, Chemistry 210 or by appointment Classroom and Time: Veihmeyer Hall 212, Mon/Wed/Fri 11:00 - 11:50 am Section 1 Instructor: Susan Kauzlarich, [email protected] Office Hours: Mon and Tues 3-4 pm Chemistry 206 or by appointment Classroom and Time: Wellman Hall 202, Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00 - 8:50 am Course Prerequisite: CHE 2C or CHE 2CH Teaching Assistants: Nate Harder [email protected] office hours – Mon 1:00-3:00 pm Justin O’sullivan [email protected]
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