Energy chemistry 1
|Numbering Code||U-ENG25 35139 LJ76||Year/Term||2021 ・ First semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||Lecture|
|Target Year||Target Student|
|Instructor name||HAGIWARA RIKA (Graduate School of Energy Science Professor)|
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||Fundamental chemistry such as quantum chemistry, solid state chemistry, physical chemistry will be described in this course for deeper understanding of energy conversion and applications. Especially chemical bonding and structures and their energetics will be discussed in this course.|
|Course Goals||Deeper understanding of energy conversion and applications from the viewpoint of chemistry|
|Schedule and Contents||
Atomic structure,2times,Understanding of fundamentals of inorganic chemistry such as atomic orbital, electronic structure of many-electron atoms, atomic radii, ionic radii, lanthanide contraction, ionization potential, electron affinity and electronegativ.
,3times,Understanding of fundamentals of inorganic solid state chemistry such as crystal lattice, symmetry of crystal, close packing structure, metals, alloys, intermetallic compounds, ionic crystals and covalent crystals
,2times,The factors such as ionic radii, coordination number, lattice energy affecting the crystal structure will be described. Thermochemistry of solid compounds will be discussed.
,3times,Chemical bonding theory and energetics such as Lewis structure, resonance structure, valence bond theory, molecular geometry and VSEPR theory, hybridization orbital, molecular orbital, bond length, bonding radii, bond energy will be described.
,2times,Symmetry operation and symmetry elements, molecular point groups will be described. Applications to molecular orbitals, molecular vibration, vibrational spectroscopies will be discussed.
,3times,Concepts and theory of Bronsted acids and bases, Lewis acids and bases, their reactions, solvent effects will be described. Learning achievement evaluation will be made in the last class.
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||Overall evaluation of the activity in the class, homework, and term-end exam|
|Textbooks||Textbooks/References||Shriver & Atkins' Inorganic Chemistry, the 6th ed., Oxford University Press.|