General Introduction, uv-visible, infra-red spectroscopy, raman spectroscopy, applications in inorganic chemistry and NMR spectroscopy.
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- Recognize the nature of electromagnetic radiation and its properties and the laws of absorption in the field of the visible spectrum and on ultraviolet and infrared spectrum, as well as nuclear magnetic.
- Recognize the basis of electronic transitions and their rules and their impact on the colors of compounds and complexes of harmonizing.
- Recognize the applications of these spectroscopic techniques on inorganic and coordination compounds.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- Differentiate type's electronic transition in molecules.
- Distinguish between the types of electromagnetic radiation and the different types of spectroscopies techniques.
- Understand how to make the interpretation for UV, IR, Raman and NMR.
- Requesting that the multiplicity of uses of the spectroscopy devises.
1. Infrared and Raman Spectra of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds, Part A: Theory and Applications in Inorganic Chemistry, (ISBN 978-0-471-74339-2) and Part B: Applications in coordination, organometallic and inorganic Chemistry (ISBN-13: 978-0471744931), Kazuo Nakamoto, 2009
2. Inorganic Spectroscopic Methods, Oxford Chemistry Primers, Alan Brisdon, 1998.
ISBN 0198559496, 9780198559498
3. NMR spectroscopy in Inorganic chemistry, Oxford Chemistry Primers, Jonathan A. Iggo 1999
Course ID: CHEM 503
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