Atomic Structure and Periodicity

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d-orbitals in a variety of ligand geometries William F Coleman, Wellesley College Web Resources and Apps Second year, Upper Division 3/13/2009 5 / 2
WebElements Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Web Resources and Apps First year, Second year, Upper Division 3/11/2009 1 / 0
Polarizing Power of Cations Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College In-Class Activity First year 2/24/2009 2 / 0
House: Inorganic Chemistry Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Textbook Second year 1/12/2009 2 / 0
The Magic Furnace: The Search for the Origins of Atoms Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook First year 8/8/2008 0 / 0
Speed-Dating, Chemistry Style: HSAB Theory Patrick Holland, Yale University In-Class Activity Upper Division 7/28/2008 7 / 1
Aufbau Exercise Patrick Holland, Yale University In-Class Activity Upper Division 7/28/2008 0 / 0
Atomic orbitals brainstorm Joanne Stewart, Hope College In-Class Activity Second year 4/2/2008 1 / 2
Miessler and Tarr: Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd. Ed Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College Textbook Upper Division 3/28/2008 0 / 0
Housecroft and Sharpe: Inorganic Chemistry, 3ed Lori Watson, Earlham College Textbook Upper Division 3/26/2008 0 / 0
The Lanthanide Contraction Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Second year 2/8/2008 4 / 0
H atom radial factors Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College In-Class Activity Second year 1/27/2008 5 / 4
Athletic Periodic Trends Review Lori Watson, Earlham College In-Class Activity First year 11/17/2007 13 / 6

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