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Publication year: 2014
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Conference name: 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 7-9 July, 2014
Location: Barcelona, Spain

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY SUBJECT IN THE DEGREE IN CHEMISTRY IN THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY

J.L. Mesa, S. Edurne, J.M. Arrieta

University of Basque Country (SPAIN)
In the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of the Basque Country , Inorganic Chemistry is taught in the second and third year of the Degree in Chemistry, with names Inorganic Chemistry (I) and Inorganic Chemistry (II).

The most specific fundamentals of the subject Inorganic Chemistry (IQ) with the knowledge of the bonding, structure, properties, preparation methods and reactivity of the most important chemical elements and their most representative compounds, including basic aspects of the coordination compounds, are disclosed in the course of IQ (I). It was also intended that the student is able to predict the type of bonding, structure, properties, and the possible reactivity of not described inorganic compounds, basing on the relationships between groups and established variations.
IQ (II) has the following goals for the students:
(1) applying symmetry to the solving of chemicals problems,
(2) interpret the structures, properties and reactivity of organometallic and coordination compounds according to the appropriate theories,
(3) mastering the chemical language concerning the location and formulation of coordination and organometallic compounds,
(4) use the basic concepts to rationalize the structure, properties and reactivity of inorganic solids systems,
(5) use the information provided by various instrumentals techniques for characterization and structural determination of chemical compounds, and
(6) solving qualitative and quantitative problems under previously developed models.
(7) recognize and analyze new problems and propose strategies in order to solve them.
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author = {Mesa, J.L. and Edurne, S. and Arrieta, J.M.},
title = {INORGANIC CHEMISTRY SUBJECT IN THE DEGREE IN CHEMISTRY IN THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY},
series = {6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies},
booktitle = {EDULEARN14 Proceedings},
isbn = {978-84-617-0557-3},
issn = {2340-1117},
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month = {7-9 July, 2014},
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SN - 978-84-617-0557-3/2340-1117
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J.L. Mesa, S. Edurne, J.M. Arrieta (2014) INORGANIC CHEMISTRY SUBJECT IN THE DEGREE IN CHEMISTRY IN THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY, EDULEARN14 Proceedings, p. 3467.
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