LECTURE FIVE
Representing and Interpreting Atomic Orbitals
Electronic Structure of Hydrogen Atom
Students should be able to:
Interpret the mathematical representations (equations) of both components of the
wavefunction to derive the shape of the orbital
LECTURE SIX
Electronic Structure of Many Electron Ions
The Periodic Properties
Students should be able to:
Explain the reason for the trends in atomic and ionic radii in the periodic table
Explain the reason for the trends (including irregularity) in f
LECTURE FOUR
Schrdinger Atomic Model
Representing and Interpreting Atomic Orbitals
Students should be able to:
Understand that the wavefunction is solved on the basis of energy of the particle
using the Schrdinger Wave Equation (SWE)
State the SWE and
STRUCTURE OF ATOMS
&
THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PERIODIC
PROPERTIES
(8 LECTURES)
DR. RICHARD A. TAYLOR
(ROOM 16 C1; EXT 2272)
EMAIL: [email protected]
CHEM 1060C COURSE STRUCTURE & INFORMATION
Number of credits 6: Pre-requisite for advanced courses
LECTURE TWO
Part B: Light and the Quantum Theory
Students should be able to:
Understand that the classical views of the atom are insufficient and are
replaced by quantum theory
Understand that the basis of the quantum theory is Light described as a wav
LECTURE THREE
Part C: Wave Mechanics, Quantum Theory and Atomic Orbitals
Students should be able to:
Discuss the development of New Quantum Mechanics through ideas of the Wave-
Particle Duality and Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (HUP)
Describe experi
CHEM1060INORGANICMODULE2
3 LECTURES
COVALENTBONDINGANDSHAPES
OFMOLECULES
Dr.R.Fairman
Attheendofthecourse,youshouldbeableto:
a) Drawtheshapesofatomicorbitals
b) Describethetenetsofmolecularorbitaltheory
c) Utilizeenergyleveldiagramsformolecules
d) Interpr
CHEM 1068
Thermodynamics Tutorial #2
For week starting 11th April, 2016
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR ANSWERS TO THE CHEMISTRY GENERAL OFFICE ON
FRIDAY 8th APRIL, 2016 BY 2.00 PM.
1. In the following reactions predict whether the entropy is zero, positive or negativ