Submitted by Matthew Bork / Rockford University on Mon, 06/27/2022 - 16:50
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Specific Course Information
Course Area and Number
Chem 405
Rockford University
Rockford, IL
Inorganic Chemistry, 5th Ed., by Miessler and Tarr (Prentice-Hill)
Course Meetings and Time
Number of meetings per week
3 meetings / week
Time per meeting (minutes)
50 min / meeting
Number of weeks
15 weeks
Lab Associated
Yes, optional, concurrently
Average Class Size
5 to 15
Typical Student Population
Biology, Biochemistry, or Chemistry majors

CHEM 405 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – 4 Credit Hours
With the entire periodic table at their disposal, students will explore the diverse nature of inorganic chemistry. Starting with atoms, the course explores principles of bonding and chemical reactivity of inorganic compounds. Also, several special topics may be covered such as organometallic catalysis, bioinorganic chemistry, and group theory. The laboratory work will illustrate ideas covered in the classroom and will include techniques used routinely by working inorganic chemists. Lecture 3 hours; lab 3 hours. PRQ: CHEM 206 Scheduled: On Request Classified: T Meets: N,O Credits: 4.

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How the course is taught
In person (mostly lecture with lots of small group work and an occasional flipped lecture)
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