Graduate course DIK3014: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
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Curriculum, spring 2003.
From Huheey, Keiter and Keiter: Inorganic Chemistry, 4. edition
The whole book, except:
Chapter 14 (Some descriptive chemistry of the
Chapter 19 (Should be read, biut details not
Note: Appendix C is the only place where basic term symbols are
exlained, hence it is also included in the cirriculum
Curriculum is about 600 pages plus about 200 pages in chapters 1 - 8
assumed to be know.
From E.A.V. Ebsworth, D.W.H. Rankin & S. Cradock: Structural Methods
in Inorganic Chemistry
Chapter 2. NMR.
Chapter 3. ESP and NQR.
Chapter 5. Vibrational Spectroscopy.
173-181; 190-196; 199-202. (19 pages)
Chapter 6. Electronic and Photoelectronic.
Chapter 7. Mössbauer.
Chapter 8. Diffraction methods.
From J.A. Duffy:
Chapter. 4. Bonding in ionic, covalent and metallic materials.
99-130. (32 pages)
P.W. Atkins: Molecular quantum mechanics:
Chapter 1. Historical Introduction.
Chapter 2. The Schrödinger Equation.
A. Vincent: Symmetry and group theory: A programmed instruction.
Recommended for learning to use symmetry.