CHM3610_001 - August, 2011 CHM 3610 Inorganic Chemistry...

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August, 2011 CHM 3610 Inorganic Chemistry Fall 2011, Section 0811 Lecture MWF 3rd Period – Leigh Hall 207 Instructor David E Richardson, CLB 410 der@chem.ufl.edu 392-0545 Office Hours: M,W 4 th Period CLB 410, and by appointment Teaching Assistant Gianna Di Francesco, CLB 409 gndifran@ufl.edu Office Hours: T, Th 9:30 - 11:30 AM, and by appointment Matias Pascualini, CLB 417 matiaspascualini@ufl.edu Office Hours: W, F 2- 4 PM, and by appointment Class Web site on Sakai: http://lss.at.ufl.edu/ Course Objectives and Goals: This class will cover the fundamental concepts of inorganic chemistry at the undergraduate level. The goal is to prepare students for the study of the chemistry of inorganic compounds, particularly in areas covered by the topics listed below. Topics (approximate order): Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry Atomic Structure & Periodic Properties of the Elements Symmetry, Point Groups, Group Theory Structure & Bonding in Molecules/ Molecular Orbitals Acids and Bases / Donor-Acceptor Chemistry
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CHM3610_001 - August, 2011 CHM 3610 Inorganic Chemistry...

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