8 Jun 2019 VIPEr Fellows 2019 Workshop Favorites Collection Submitted by Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Additional Authors: Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd CollegeAnne Bentley, Lewis & Clark CollegeBradley Wile, Ohio Northern UniversityCarmen Gauthier, Florida Southern CollegeCatherine McCusker, East Tennessee State UniversityCraig M. Davis, Xavier UniversityEric Eitrheim, University of Central OklahomaGary L. Guillet, Georgia Southern University Armstrong CampusJason S. D'Acchioli, University of Wisconsin-Stevens PointJoanne Stewart, Hope CollegeJohn Lee, University of Tennessee ChattanoogaJustin Pratt, University of South FloridaKari Young, Centre CollegeKevin Hoke, Berry CollegeMichelle Personick, Wesleyan UniversityRobin Macaluso, University of Texas ArlingtonSheila Smith, University of Michigan- DearbornSteven Girard, University of Wisconsin - WhitewaterTodsapon Thananatthanachon, University of EvansvilleWeiwei Xie, Louisiana State UniversityCategoriesCorequisites: No CorequisitesGeneral ChemistryOrganic ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Quantum MechanicsPhysical Chemistry: ThermodynamicsPrerequisites: No PrerequisitesFirst Semester Inorganic Chemistry / Foundation Course in Inorganic ChemistryGeneral ChemistryOrganic ChemistryPhysical Chemistry: Quantum MechanicsPhysical Chemistry: ThermodynamicsCourse Level: First yearSecond yearUpper DivisionTopics Covered: Acid-base chemistryBioinorganic chemistryBonding models: Discrete moleculesBonding models: Extended systemsCatalysisChemical literatureCommunication skillsComputer modelingCoordination chemistryDescriptive chemistryDiffractionElectron transferElectronic spectroscopyElectronic structureEthicsExtended structuref-block chemistryGreen chemistryGroup theory & applicationsIntermolecular interactionsKineticsMain group chemistryMaterials chemistryMolecular structureNanoscienceNomenclatureNuclear chemistryOrganometallic chemistryPeriodic trendsPhysical methods / analytical techniquesPhysical propertiesProfessional skills developmentReaction mechanismsSolids & solid state chemistrySymmetrySynthesis and reactivityThermodynamicsVisualizationSubdiscipline: Atomic Structure and PeriodicityBioinorganic ChemistryCoordination ChemistryElectrochemistryIntroductory ChemistryMain Group ChemistryMolecular Structure and BondingNanochemistryOrganometallic ChemistryScience Skills, Practices, and ResourcesSolid State and Materials ChemistrySpectroscopy and Structural Methods Learning ObjectsFive Slides About: Metals in Biological Systems - Who? How? and Why?CBC (Covalent Bond Classification) Method of Electron CountingIn-Class Activity: Generating LGOs and constructing MO diagrams - pencastConstructing MO diagramsOtterbein Symmetry In-Class Activity/Take home activityIsotopic labeling and reduced mass calculations for IR spectroscopyExploring Proteins as Ligands using the Protein Data BankVoices of Inorganic ChemistryInorganic Nomenclature: Naming Coordination CompoundsLiterature Introduction to Coordination Complexesd-Orbital Splitting Patterns in a Variety of Ligand GeometriesIC Top 10 first day activityH atom radial factorsAthletic Periodic Trends ReviewSymmetry Scavenger HuntOrbital Overlap WorksheetClose Packing ActivityLattice Systems OrigamiThe Iron that Keeps and Kills UsThe 18 Electron Guideline: A PrimerGenerating LGOs (SALCs)Quadruple Bond AcrobaticsHands-On Experience with Close PackingLab Experiment: Determining Molecular Structure: An Experimental Simulation of X-ray DiffractionIntroduction to Powder X-ray DiffractionLiterature Discussion: A Stable Monomeric SiO2 Complex with Donor-Acceptor Ligands: Foundational Application of VSEPR for Understanding Crystallographic DataContemporary Inorganic ChemistsStudent Oral Presentations of a Communication from the Primary LiteratureAnalyzing a journal article for basic themes, roles of authors, and the scientific methodCobalt Schiff Base Zinc Finger InhibitorsLiterature Discussion of “Design, synthesis, and carbon-heteroatom coupling reactions of organometallic nickel (IV) complexes.”Fivefold Bonding in a Cr(I) Dimer Updated and ExpandedUsing Solid State Chemistry and Crystal Field Theory to Design a New Blue SolidWerner's Nobel Prize AddressAn ion exchange method to produce metastable wurtzite metal sulfide nanocrystalsTuning the band gap of CZT(S,Se) nanocrystals by anion substitutionBonding in Tetrahedral Tellurate (updated and expanded)Werner From Beyond the GraveWeb Resources and Apps: Symmetry Resources at Otterbein UniversitySolid State Stoichiometry Online During our first fellows workshop, the first cohort of VIPEr fellows pulled together learning objects that they've used and liked or want to try the next time they teach their inorganic courses. Log in or register to post comments Comments What a great collection! Anthony L. Fernandez, Merrimack College - June 21, 2019 - 4:30pm What a great collection! Thanks for sharing it with all of us!