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270287 VO Introduction to Structural Chemistry (2016S)

1.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 27 - Chemie

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Language: German

Examination dates

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Preferably held as a block (4 x 3 full hrs); dates to be defined at a first meeting on Friday 4th March 2016 at 14:00
Seminarroom #$, IPC, Halbstock

Examination (written Test): 26 April 2016; 14:00-16:00 Semroom 4, IPC Halbstock


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Aims, contents and method of the course

The lecture is intended to provide understanding of and ability to generate structural chemical furmulae of crystallized materials. The lecture is accompanied by a various exercises and training programs.
Contents: Description and notation of structures; Nomenclature of structure types; Standardization of structures; Crystallochemical formulae; Determination of atom coordination; Structure changes under high pressures; Ionic compounds (the rules of Pauling and Bauer); Molecular structures, Intermetallics and packing of spheres (close packings, Hume-Rothery phases), Structures of nonmetals, Zintl phases (the gerneralized 8-N rule; Linking of polyhedra); Interstitial compounds (Hägg's rule); Coherent scattering from objects with disordered atom arrangement; Applications of the Debye formula; Coherent scattering of an object with ordered atom arrangement; Experimental X-ray techniques; Focusing methods in diffractometry; Rietveld refinement-powder diffraction; Structure determination from single crystals; Protein crystallography; Diffraction by helical structures.

Prerequisites: none
Examination(IP): written or oral test.

Assessment and permitted materials

schriftliche Prüfung

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Introduction into the structural chemistry of inorganic materials.

Examination topics

Examination: written test.

Reading list

E. Parthe, "Elements of Inorganic Structural Chemistry", 2nd ED. K. Sutter, Lancy, Switzerland (1996)

Association in the course directory

PC-1, F 300., B.2

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