Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
404003112014INORGANIC CHEMISTRY IICompulsory367
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle
Objectives of the Course
To learn general characteristics of coordination chemistry which is an important area of inorganic chemistry
Name of Lecturer(s)
Prof. Dr. Sevil İrişli, Prof. Dr Hayati Türkmen, Doç.Dr.Süleyman Gülcemal
Learning Outcomes
1To recognize the problems that was related to the coordination chemistry and skill to win about solving these problems
2To skill to win planning and interpretation of results of experimantal studies
3To skill to win ability to solve problems and to make teamwork in laboratory experiments.
4Making the intediaciplinary exchange of information for coordination chemistry
5To learn the basic concepts and theories related to Inorganic Chemistry
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
Laboratory is compulsory
Course Contents
Learning the various methods of acid-base concept, explaining its relationship with molecular structure, learning the basic concepts and theories of coordination chemistry , the nomenclature of coordination compounds, explaining the properties of their structure and bonding
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1Acid- base concept - Arrhenius, Bronsted Lawry, Lewis, Lux-Flood, Usanovich and acid- base definations of solvent systems Oxoacids and their salts (Report preparation)
2Acid- base concept - Molecular structure effect on the acidity - Hard and soft acid-base concept Synthesis of copper(I) oxide and copper (II) sulphatet.pentahidrate sentezi (Report preparation)
3Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds - Transition metal properties - Naming the coordination compounds Synthesis of ammonium copper (II) sulphate and ammonium nickel (II) (Report preparation)
4Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds - Naming the coordination compoundsSynthesis of hexaamine cobalt (III) chloride and chloropentaamine cobalt (III)chloride And Application to Werner's theory (Report preparation)
5Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds - Complex stability - Factors effecting the stability of the complex Conductivity and potentiometric measurements (Report preparation)
6Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds - Coordination number and geometrySynthesis of tris(acetylacetonato)manganese (III) and iron (III) complexes and magnetic susceptibility measurements (Report preparation)
7Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds - Isomerizm in coordination compounds - Structural and stereoisomers - Stereoisomerizm in tetrahedral and octahedral complexes Synthesis of tris(acetylacetonato)manganese (III) and iron (III) complexes and magnetic susceptibility measurements (Report preparation)
8Midterm ExamApplication to the column chromatography for coordination compounds (Report preparation)
9Connecting in coordination compounds - Valance bond theory(effective atomic number and 18 e- rule, the implementation of yhe theory of coordination compounds, the inadequacies of the theory. Application to electronic spectroscopy for coordination compounds and and calculation of crystal field splitting energy (Report preparation)
10Connecting in coordination compounds - Crystal field theory(cleavage in regular tetrahedron and octahedron field, crystal field stabilization energy. Report presentation
11Connecting in coordination compounds - The importance of crystal field energy - Factors affecting the energy of the crystal field stability Exam
12Connecting in coordination compounds - Pairing energy - John-Teller effect - Inability of the cyrstal field theory
13Connecting in coordination compounds - Molecular orbital theory(applications in octahedral complexes)
14Connecting in coordination compounds - Molecular orbital theory (Π interactions in tetrahedral and octahedral complexes)
15Connecting in coordination compounds - Molecular orbital theory (Π interactions in tetrahedral and octahedral complexes)
16Final Exam
Recommended or Required Reading
-N.K. Tunalı, S. Özkar, Anorganik Kimya, Gazi Ünv. Yayın Evi, 2007. -D. F. Shriver; P. W. Atkins, Inorganic Chemistry, Third Edition Oxford University Pres, 1999. -Gary L. Miessler; Donald A. Tarr, Inorganic Chemistry, Prentice Hall, Inc, 1999. -J. Huheey, Inorganic Chemistry, 2d ed. Harper and Row: New York, 1978. -Purcell & Kotz, Inorganic Chemistry Holt-Saunders, 1977.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
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End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
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Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination122
Final Examination122
Attending Lectures14228
Problem Solving10330
Experiment10330
Report Preparation10220
Individual Study for Homework Problems4312
Individual Study for Mid term Examination12525
Individual Study for Final Examination14545
Post Quiz10220
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)214
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* Contribution Level : 1 Very low 2 Low 3 Medium 4 High 5 Very High
 
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