INORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHEM 312
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Chemistr 312 111 2007 Towards Midterm Exam 1 Midterm Exam 1 will be in class on Monday July 9th Bagley 154 at 830 0 No notes or calculators allowed nothing other than pens and pencils We will provide you with the exam scratch paper and a copy of the Periodic Table 0 Professor Mayer will unfortunately be out of town from July 1 through July 9 I am attending a Gordon Conference on Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzymes I was invited to give the final talk in the conference Sorry I will be checking my e mail every couple of days while I am out of town 0 TA Jeff Warren will hold a review session on Friday 76 from 1130 am to 1230 pm in CHB 102 the room in the New Chemistry Building closest to the fountain He will not be prepaIing any lecture he will just be answering questions 0 Topics to be included on Exam 1 Section in Wulfsberg A Introduction What is inorganic chemistry and why study it 11 12 121 B Abundances and nuclear chemistry C The Periodic Table why orbitals and shielding 11 1 Nodes and shapes of orbitals 2 Shielding and Slater39s rules D The Periodic Table periodic trends 13 1 Electronic configurations valence electrons orbitals 2 Trends in electronegativity IE radii covalent ionic E Metal Cations and Oxo Anions in Aqueous Solution 1 Hydration and hydrolysis of cations a Lewis acid base theory and coordination complexes 2 Acidbase properties of oxides a Ionic covalent oxides 3 Oxo Anions the other side of the coin from simple cations 4 Simple anions in water 5 Common forms of the elements in water NOTE sections E3 E4 and E5 will be covered only very brie y F A Brief Introduction to the Transition Elements and d orbitals 14 63 112 113 16 18 64 65 21 25 131 71 72 41 410 44 45 26 211 132 212 W 0 Professor Heinekey will be covering topic F on Monday July 2nd and Friday July 6 to include F 1 Shapes of d orbitals a dXy is large and pos1t1ve where the function xy is large and pos1t1ve negative when xy is negative and zero when x 0 or 0 because then the function xy 0 b the function we call dzz actually should be called 322 12 and it has a double cone shape 2 Metal complexes Lewis bases ligands surrounding a metal cation a Octahedral complexes 6 ligands placed along the x y and z axes most common b other structures possible tetrahedral square planar etc 3 Splitting of the d orbital splittings a for octahedral complexes the 5 d orbitals split 2 above 3 b other geometries different splittings 4 Effects of d orbital splittings fill up the orbitals a high spin and low spin b magnetism all electrons paired gt diamagnetic unpaired electrons gt paramagnetic c color splitting between d orbitals similar to the energy of visible light photons
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