Electronic configuration of elements, physical and chemical properties, prediction of new elements and compounds, Classification of groups, electronic distribution, presence in nature, preparation methods, General characteristics, Industrial applications, and chemical properties.
The used different separation methods of the elements leading to the identification of some cations and anions
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- Apply the basic principles of general chemistry, atomic spectra, electronic configuration, calculation in chemistry
- Use the periodic table to get important chemical information and trends.
- Recognize the chemistry of S-and P-block elements with special reference to their industrial applications and chemistry of environment.
- To discuss the relationship between electronic structure of the elements of the main group and periodic physical and chemical characteristics.
- Used different separation methods of the elements leading to the identification of some cations and anions.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify the atomic structure
- Know physical and chemical properties of the elements.
- Determine the Classification of groups, electronic distribution,
- Know industrial applications of elements
- Distinguish between the types elements of the group
1. Inorganic Chemistry, 4th Edition, Catherine e. Housecraft and Alan g. Sharpe Pearson Education Limited Edinburgh Gate Harlow Essex CM20 2JE England, 2012
2. Chemistry ''The Central Science'', Theodore E. Brown et al., Pearson Education International, Prentice Hall, 13th Edition, 2014.
Course ID: CHEM 208
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