Contents First Semester Ch 1 Introduction to Inorganic

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Contents First Semester Ch 1. Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry Ch 2. Atomic Structure Ch

Contents First Semester Ch 1. Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry Ch 2. Atomic Structure Ch 3. Simple Bonding Theory Ch 4. Symmetry and Group Theory Ch 5. Molecular Orbitals Ch 6. Acid-Base and Donor-Acceptor Chemistry Ch 7. The Crystalline Solid State Ch 8. Chemistry of the Main Group Chemistry

What is Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry: the chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds and their derivatives

What is Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry: the chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds and their derivatives Inorganic Chemistry: the chemistry of “everything else” Organometallic Chemistry: the chemistry of compounds containing direct metal-carbon bonds Bioinorganic Chemistry: the chemistry that bridges biochemistry and inorganic chemistry Environmental Chemistry: includes the study of both inorganic and organic compounds

Contrasts with organic Chemistry Inorganic Compounds Organic Compounds single, double, triple Bond Order quadruple

Contrasts with organic Chemistry Inorganic Compounds Organic Compounds single, double, triple Bond Order quadruple Bonding Type, H, CH 3 M-H-M, M-CH 3 -M C-H Coordination Number max 9, most common 6 max 4 Geometry (CN = 4) tetrahedral, square planar tetrahedral

The History of Inorganic Chemistry 1. Alchemy, Au, Cu 2. 2. 17 century, HNO

The History of Inorganic Chemistry 1. Alchemy, Au, Cu 2. 2. 17 century, HNO 3, H 2 SO 4, HCl are known 3. 3. 1869, concept of atoms and molecules 4. 4. 1896, radioactivity 5. 5. 1913, Bohr theory 6. 6. 1866 – 1919, Coordination theory 7. 7. 1926 – 1927, Quantum mechanics 8. 8. 1950, Crystal field and ligand field theory 9. 9. 1955, Organometallic compound, Ziegler-Natta

Bioinorganic Chemistry Current problem that bridges organometallic and bioinorganic chemistry N 2 + 3

Bioinorganic Chemistry Current problem that bridges organometallic and bioinorganic chemistry N 2 + 3 H 2 2 NH 3