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Principles of Inorganic Chemistry III

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  • Course Description

    This course covers the principles of main group (s and p block) element chemistry with an emphasis on synthesis, structure, bonding, and reaction mechanisms.

    About Prof. Christopher Cummins

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    School
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Course Code
    5.05

    Date Taught
    Spring/Summer 2005

    Level
    Graduate (First Year)
  • Lec #    Topics
    1            Introduction and Theory
    2            Aluminum Chemistry I
    3            Aluminum II
    4            Phosphorus
    5             Gallium and Indium
    6             Gallium Multiple Bonds
    7             Gallium Phosphorus, and Tin
    8             Nitrogen, Halogens, Noble Gases
    9             Fluorine, Krypton
    10           Relativistic Effects
    11           Gold, Fluorine , Xenon
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    Gallium, Phosphorus, and TinDownloadClick
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    Fluorine, KryptonDownloadClick
    Relativistic EffectsDownloadClick
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