Inorganic Chemistry

Chemistry and Biochemistry 213

Usual Description

Development of the principles and theories of inorganic chemistry. Topics include atomic structure, structure and bonding in covalent and ionic compounds, periodic properties, acid-base concepts, coordination compounds, oxidation-reduction chemistry, and recent advances in inorganic nanotechnology. Laboratory involves synthesis and characterization of inorganic substances and activities illustrating principles covered in the lecture.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Catherine Oertel
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Jesse Rowsell
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Jesse Rowsell
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Jesse Rowsell
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Catherine Oertel
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Catherine Oertel
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Jesse Rowsell
Chemistry and Biochemistry 213 Taught by Catherine Oertel