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chap02_bch1049_07MCWC_2d - BCH 1049 Chemistry 1 Dr. Michael...

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1 Dr. Michael C. W. Chan B6606, 2788 7805 mcwchan@cityu.edu.hk BCH 1049 Chemistry 1 h ν Assessment ± Examination (2 hours) 70%. Examination (2 hours) 70%. Coursework 30%. Coursework 30%. ± Coursework: Continuous assessment in the form of tutorials and Coursework: Continuous assessment in the form of tutorials and assignments assignments (check Blackboard, Bb6) (check Blackboard, Bb6) . ± Minimum Passing Requirement: Minimum Passing Requirement: “A minimum of 30% in A minimum of 30% in coursework and a minimum of 30% in examination, in addition to coursework and a minimum of 30% in examination, in addition to a minimum of 40% in coursework and examination taken a minimum of 40% in coursework and examination taken together together ”.
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2 Recommended Textbook Recommended Textbook “Chemistry, The Central Science”, 10th Edition, T. L. Brown, Pearson Prentice Hall (ISBN 0131096869) [for 9th Edition and older, please refer to relevant chapter] Course Content Book Chapter 1. Atoms, Molecules and Ions 2 2. Stoichiometry and Aqueous Reactions 3 & 4 3. Thermochemistry 5 4. Electronic Structure and Periodicity 6 & 7 5. Bonding and Geometry 8 & 9 6. Gases and Liquids: Intermolecular Forces 10 & 11 7. Modern Materials and Technology 12 8. Chemical Kinetics 14 9. Equilibrium: Chemical and Acid-Base 15 & 16 10. Chemistry of the Environment 18 11. Chemical Thermodynamics 19 12. Transition Metals/Coordination Compounds 23 & 24 13. Organic/Biological Chemistry 25 Overview of BCH 1049 ± Aims: (1) To stimulate your general interest in Chemical Sciences. (2) To provide you with introduction to fundamental concepts of Chemistry. ± Be active in your learning. During class, be attentive and try to acquire the best understanding. ± Before and ASAP after class, review material (and read relevant pages in textbooks) to increase understanding.
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3 Carbon nanotubes (CNTs): unprecedented electronic and mechanical properties; application as nano-reactors and nano-probes. The Central Science: “Chemistry in the News” Nanotechnology Quantum dots (QDs): developed for applications in biological and biomedical imaging and as therapeutic agents. ¾ Y. Chauvin, R. H. Grubbs, R. R. Schrock, for the development of the metathesis method in organic synthesis. ¾ Metathesis: a ‘dance’ of “change-your-partners”: ¾ Used in development of drugs and advanced materials. ¾ More efficient and environmentally friendly. ¾ Represents “green chemistry” by reducing potentially hazardous waste through smarter production. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (2005)
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4 ± OLED stands for Organic Light -Emitting Diode Emitting Diode ± Colored LIGHT is emitted when current is applied is emitted when current is applied Metal Organic emissive Layer Hole Transport Layer ITO Transport Layer Glass Substrate LIGHT New Materials and Technology: OLED New Materials and Technology: OLED Green OLED Display H e Li Be
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