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  1. 無 機 化 學 (ㄧ) 2009 化學系 黃建和

  2. 1-1 What is Inorganic Chemistry limitless area 1-2 Contracts with Organic Chemistry delta bond bridging H and alkyl group higher coordination numbers aromatic ring-metal bond carbon in metal cluster cpds fullerene

  3. 1-3 Genesis of the elements and formation of the earth: the big bang theory hydrogen burning helium burning the carbon-nitrogen cycle 1-4 Nuclear reaction and radioactivity fission of U and Pu fusion of H

  4. 1-5 Distribution of elements on earth according to the solubility in water and magma • 1-6 The history of inorganic chemistry before alchemy alchemy radioactivity Werner, Ziegler biological activity

  5. Chap. 2 • 2.1 Historical development of atomic theory 2.2.1 The periodic table 2.2.2 discovery of subatomic particles and the Bohr atom hydrogen emission spectrum quantum number Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

  6. Chapter 2 p17

  7. Chapter 2 p20

  8. Chap. 2 • 2.2 The Schrodinger equation 2.2.1 the particle in a box 2.2.2 quantum numbers and atomic wave functions 2.2.3 the Aufbau principle 2.2.4 Shielding: Slater rule

  9. Chapter 2 p23

  10. Chapter 2 p26

  11. Chapter 2 p26

  12. Chapter 2 p27

  13. Chapter 2 p31

  14. Chapter 2 p31

  15. Chapter 2 p35

  16. Chap. 2 • 2.3 periodic properties of atoms 2.3.1 ionization energy 2.3.2 electron affinity 2.3.3 covalent and ionic radii

  17. Chap. 3 • 3.1 Lewis electron-dot diagrams 3.1.1 resonance 3.1.2 expanded shells 3.1.3 formal charge 3.1.4 multiple bonds in Be and B compounds

  18. Chapter 3 p55

  19. Chapter 3 p56

  20. Chap. 3 • 3.2 valence shell electron pair repulsion theory 3.2.1 lone pair repulsion 3.2.2 multiple bonds 3.2.3 electronegativity and atomic size effects 3.2.4 ligand close-packing

  21. Chapter 3 p58

  22. Chapter 3 p61

  23. Chapter 3 p64

  24. Chap. 3 • 3.3 polar molecules dipole moment dispersion forces

  25. Chap. 3 • 3.4 Hydrogen bonding ammonia clathrates

  26. Chapter 3 p70

  27. Chapter 3 p71

  28. Chapter 4 • 4.1 symmetry elements and operations identity rotation reflection inversion improper rotation

  29. Chapter 4 p81

  30. Chapter 4 • 4.2 point groups the point group assignment method 4.2.1 group of low and high symmetry 4.2.2 other groups

  31. Chapter 4 p84

  32. Chapter 4 • 4.3 properties and representations of groups 4.3.1 matrices 4.3.2 representation of point groups 4.3.3 character tables

  33. Chapter 4 • 4.4 examples and applications of symmetry 4.4.1 chirality 4.4.2 molecular vibrations water and cis-ML2(CO)2

  34. Chapter 4 p102

  35. Chapter 4 p103

  36. Chapter 4 p103

  37. Chapter 5 • 5.1 formation of molecular orbitals from atomic orbitals 5.1.1 molecular orbitals from s orbitals 5.1.2 molecular orbitals from p orbitals 5.1.3 molecular orbitals from d orbitals

  38. Chapter 5 p118

  39. Chapter 5 • 5.2 homonuclear diatomic molecules 5.2.1 molecular orbitals 5.2.2 orbital mixing 5.2.3 homonuclear diatomic molecules 5.2.4 photoelectron spectroscopy 5.2.5 correlation diagrams

  40. Chapter 5 p123

  41. Chapter 5 • 5.3 heteronuclear diatomic molecules 5.3.1 polar bonds 5.3.2 ionic compounds and molecular orbitals

  42. Chapter 5 p135