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Week 1 W - InorganicChemistry Chem145 Prof.LionelCheruzel...

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Inorganic Chemistry Chem 145 Prof. Lionel Cheruzel Office DH 281 Office hours MWF 10:30‐11:30 and by appointment
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Learning Assistance Resource Center (LARC) www.sjsu.edu/larc We provide small group tutoring so that students can benefit from each other and learn to collaborate, individual tutoring for students who may need concentrated assistance, and drop‐in tutoring for students with quick quesWons in Math or WriWng. Students can come to LARC to review course concepts and learn and pracWce using new study strategies to achieve their academic pursuits. Our tutors are trained and naWonally cerWfied by the College Reading and Learning AssociaWon to use strategies to assist students in becoming independent learners. They model techniques that students will be able to use outside of the session when studying on their own. In addiWon, tutors also assist students in learning steps for problem‐ solving, breaking down reading and lecture material into manageable and comprehensible parts, and ediWng and proofreading papers for themselves. Students will also discover more effecWve ways to learn, integrate, study, and think criWcally about course material. Students can find us in the Student Services Center in room 600, call our front desk at 408‐924‐2587, or learn more about us at www.sjsu.edu/larc . Please contact the Tutorial Coordinator, Karin Winnard, directly at 924‐3346 if you have any quesWons.
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One of the goals at the end of the class [Co(CN) 6 ] 3‐ b) [Co(NO 2 ) 6 ] 3‐ c) [Co(Phen) 3 ] 3+ d) [Co(en) 3 ] 3+ e) [Co(NH 3 ) 6 ] 3+ f) [Co(gly) 3 ] g) [Co(H 2 O) 6 ] 3+ h) [Co(ox) 3 ] 3‐ i) [Co(CN) 6 ] 3‐ i) [Co(CO 3 ) 3 ] 3‐ Co 2+ salts Predict the shape, Molecular orbital diagram of metal complexes and interpret their UV vis spectra.
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What are we going to talk about Basic Concepts (atoms / molecules) Lewis structure, VSEPR. IntroducWon to Molecular Symmetry. Bonding in Diatomic/Polyatomic Molecules. d‐block elements . their properWes and reacWvity. Organometallics and trace metals of life.
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BASIC CONCEPTS Ne 20 10 Mass number Atomic number Element symbol Bohr’s model of the hydrogen atom
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Quantum chemistry Schrodinger equaWons Heisenberg’s incerWtude principle.
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