Inorganic Chemistry: UCI
Description: This course is an introduction to modern inorganic chemistry. Topics include principles of structure, bonding, and chemical reactivity with application to compounds of the main group and transition elements, including organometallic chemistry.
Inorganic Chemistry (Chem 107) is part of OpenChem: ocw.uci.edu/collections/open_che....html
This video is part of a 29lecture undergraduatelevel course titled "Inorganic Chemistry" taught at UC Irvine by Professor Matthew D. Law.
Recorded on October 3, 2014.
Index of Topics:
00:08Symmetry in Nature
01:30Symmetry Sitting Next to You
01:59Symmetry Elements and Operations
06:48The Identity
07:48Proper Rotations
18:24Reflections
18...roper Rotations
19:32Reflections
22...roper Rotations
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2) Lecture 01Lec 01. Inorganic Chemistry  Course Introduction & Symmetry of Nature Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
3) Lecture 02Lec 02. Inorganic Chemistry  Symmetry and Point Groups Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
4) Lecture 03Lec 03. Inorganic Chemistry  Representations and Character Tables Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
5) Lecture 04Lec 04. Inorganic Chemistry  Character Tables and One Application of Symmetry Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
6) Lecture 05Lec 05. Inorganic Chemistry  A Second Application of Symmetry Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
7) Lecture 06Lec 06. Inorganic Chemistry  Simple MO Theory Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
8) Lecture 07Lec 07. Inorganic Chemistry  MO Theory  Part 2 Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
9) Lecture 08Lec 08. Inorganic Chemistry  MO Theory  Part 3 Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
10) Lecture 09Lec 09. Inorganic Chemistry  MO Theory  Part 4 Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
11) Lecture 10Lec 10. Inorganic Chemistry  Projection Operator Method Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
12) Lecture 11Lec 11. Inorganic Chemistry  The Crystalline Solid State Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
13) Lecture 12Lec 12. Inorganic Chemistry  Crystal Structures Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
14) Lecture 13Lec 13. Inorganic Chemistry  Ionic Structures Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
15) Lecture 14Lec 14. Inorganic Chemistry  Semiconductors and Devices based on pn Junctions Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
16) Lecture 15Lec 15. Inorganic Chemistry  Models of Acid Base Chemistry Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
17) Lecture 16Lec 16. Inorganic Chemistry  Nature of the Adduct Instructor: Matthew D. Law 
18) Lecture 17Lec 17. Inorganic Chemistry  Chemistry of the Main Group Elements  Hydrogen, Alkali, and Alkaline Earth Metals Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
19) Lecture 18Lec 18. Inorganic Chemistry  Chemistry of the Main Group Elements  Boron through Nitrogen Groups Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
20) Lecture 19Lec 19. Inorganic Chemistry  Chemistry of the Main Group Elements  Carbon Group through Noble Gases Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
21) Lecture 20Lec 20. Inorganic Chemistry  Chemistry of the Main Group Elements  Chalcogens through Noble Gases Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
22) Lecture 21Lec 21. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry I: Names, Coordination Geometries and Isomers Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
23) Lecture 22Lec 22. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry I: Coordination Geometries Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
24) Lecture 23Lec 23. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry II: Liquid Field Theory Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
25) Lecture 24Lec 24. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry II: Liquid Field Theory Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
26) Lecture 25Lec 25. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry II: LFT for Electron Counting Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
27) Lecture 26Lec 26. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry III: Spectroscopy & MultiElectron States Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
28) Lecture 27Lec 27. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry III: MultiElectron States Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
29) Lecture 28Lec 28. Inorganic Chemistry  Coordination Chemistry III: MultiElectron States  Part 2 Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
30) Lecture 29Lec 29. Inorganic Chemistry  JahnTeller Effect and Electron Counting Instructor: Alan F. Heyduk. 
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