Energy chemistry 2

Numbering Code U-ENG25 35140 LJ76 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Fri.4
Instructor name MATSUMOTO KAZUHIKO (Graduate School of Energy Science Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course The lecturer teaches fundamental matters in inorganic chemistry related to energy conversion and storage. In particular, Redox reactions, analytical methods, molecular geometries, and coordination chemistry as well as electrochemical energy conversion devices will be lectured.
Course Goals Understanding fundamental matters on energy conversion and utilization related inorganic chemistry as well as their relations to daily life and state-of-the-art researches
Schedule and Contents 1. Oxidation and Reduction, 3 times,
reduction potentials, redox stability, diagrammatic presentation of potential data, chemical extraction of the elements
2. Molecular symmetry, 3 times,
an introduction to symmetry analysis, applications of symmetry, symmetries of molecular orbitals, representations
3. An introduction to coordination chemistry, 2 times
language of coordination chemistry, constitution and geometry, isomerism and chirality, thermodynamics of complex formation
4. Physical techniques in inorganic chemistry, 2 times
diffraction methods, absorption spectroscopy, resonance techniques, ionization-based techniques, chemical analysis, magnetometry, electrochemical techniques, microsope techniques
5. Exercises and comments, 4 times
Exercises and comments on the topics in this lecture
6. Summary, once
Evaluation Methods and Policy Evaluation will be based on quizes and exercises (40 %) and final examination (60%).
Course Requirements Students are supposed to understand the lecture "Energy Chemistry 1".
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Reading the textbook and reviewing the assignments are recommended.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Shriver & Atkins; Inorganic Chemistry (6th Ed.) ISBN 9784807908981 which is used in Energy Chemistry 1. isbn{}{9784807908981}
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