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Unformatted text preview: CHM 3610 Inorganic Chemistry Spring 2004 Daniel R. Talham Weeks 13 and 14 Reminder: The Final Exam will be given in class over 2 days, Monday April 19 and Wednesday April 21. Please try to arrive 5 minutes early and plan to stay 5 minutes late so that we can use a full 60 minutes each day. Monday will emphasize material covered since the second exam. Wednesday will be cumulative. Topics: Molecular Orbitals Diatomic Molecules Dnh and higher symmetry molecules Bioinorganic Chemistry Reading: Wulfsberg Chapter 10, sections 10.1-10.3, 109‘ Chapter 5, sections 5.10-5.12 Chapter 8, section 8.10 Chapter 17, sections 17.7, 17.8 ’To read section 10.9, you will need to understand what a “TASO” is. The idea is introduced in sections 10.6 and 10.8; I will also introduce the idea in lecture. You will not be required to derive “TASO’s”, but you will need to know how to use them. Homework: Wulfsberg Chapter 10, exercises 1,4*,5,12,22‘,50. Chapter 5, exercises 55 ,67,68. Chapter 8, exercise 62. Chapter 17, exercises 36,3839. The following problems from Shriver, Atkins and Langford: 1,-15mmwkv'flmmfiflifiomfimc- 19.6(I)Doeemeequilihehnpoefionofthefollowing ”mogul-lien? reactioalieeothelefiotfieright? Hb + “01). = 2Hb(02)z 19.5 In the discussion of Oz coordination, Oz, 0;, and (1:) Does the equi— 03‘ were considered as limiting forms. Consider the ~— ' ' ' ‘ ction molecular orbital energy level diagram for 0; from Chap- llbnum posmon 0f the tea m 2. What is the implication for bond length and net spin ' ‘ Hb(01).+4Mb:‘—Hb+4Mb(O,) ofthechoiceofeach fch O sped . . ... thelignnd? o m ’ ““‘md‘ld hetothelefiordxenghGDoeetheequkbnmndependon thepn‘tillpsmofog? ...
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